Following last year’s reveal of the spectacular Princess Grace Suite, Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo has now unveiled another extraordinary addition with the opening of a second luxury suite paying tribute to Prince Rainier III, Monaco’s “Prince builder”.
A jaw-dropping 525-square-metre “rooftop villa”, the Prince Rainier III Suite joins the select circle of the Riviera’s most exclusive suites. The largest suite in the Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo, it has more indoor space than any other room with two bedrooms and the possibility to extend to 600 square metres with a third adjoining room, all of which overlooks Monaco’s iconic Place du Casino.
The suite’s interiors harmoniously combine the classical luxury of noble and precious materials with contemporary design, creating a space that is light and cosy with clean lines and a warm atmosphere. In terms of amenities, guests can experience their own steam shower and sauna, private bar in the lounge, office space and a superb 135-square-metre terrace with an infinity pool with wave system.
A unique place with intimate links to the royal family, Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo was the backdrop for many special moments between Prince Rainier III and Princess Grace of Monaco, including the venue of choice for their 20-year wedding anniversary and the 25th anniversary of the reign of Prince Rainer III, among others.
The opening of the Prince Rainier III Suite coincides with the start of a new chapter for the five-star property that has just completed the most important renovation and restructuring program in its history with additions and enhancements including the opening of ÔMER, a new concept by Alain Ducasse, a new garden courtyard, a lush wellness area and more.
Situated in the very heart of Monte-Carlo and with direct access to the renowned Thermes Marins Monte-Carlo, as well as being home to some of the world’s finest dining addresses such as the Michelin-starred Le Louis XV – Alain Ducasse, the iconic Le Grill restaurant and one of the finest wine cellars in the world, Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo remains one of the most exclusive luxury hotels in Monaco and around the world.