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Hotels and Apartments in Monte Carlo

Whether you’re on a luxury city break, to enjoy the Monte-Carlo casino experience or on a beach holiday, selecting your ideal accommodation in Monte Carlo will be easy for you. The lively centre, historic quarter and beach front hotels in Monte Carlo caters for all. Charming B&B’s, Boutique Hotels and budget apartments are also available in this resort.

The beauty, history and the ambiance of the area is surely going to entice you wherever you choose to stay in Monte Carlo. From 5-star hotels with on-site casinos to 4-star seaside resorts, mostly the accommodation in Monte Carlo are premium and boasts state-of-the-art facilities. Some of the luxurious properties in the resort includes Hôtel de Paris and Metropole Palace. If you’re are looking for a budget stay, Hotel Forum and Ambassador Monaco are excellent 3-star properties, which are priced reasonably and offer a comfortable stay in the centre.

About Monte Carlo

The largest district of the Principality of Monaco, Monte Carlo is the playground for rich and famous. The resort covers a narrow strip of land at the foot of the Maritime Alps and is home to an elegant belle-époque casino complex, James Bond Film set, beautiful manicured gardens and ornate Salle Garnier opera house. You will also find an array of high-end, nightclubs, restaurants and luxe hotels in Monte Carlo. The city hosts many annual events and the racing’s most prestigious event, Grand Prix, Formula 1 motor race.

July and August months are the peak season here but if you want cheap flights and hotels to Monte Carlo it would be better to plan your visit in spring or autumn. Since Monte Carlo is very compact it is easy to get around by foot and see all main attractions. Also, the public transit (buses) in the city is cheap and convenient as well.

Where to stay

There is no shortage of excellent accommodation in Monte Carlo resort, which is an ideal summer weekend escape for tourists. Being associated with glamour and exclusivity, the resort boasts scores of super-luxurious 5-star properties which are booked months in advance owing to their high demand. However, you can also find a selection of contemporary and cheap hotels in Monte Carlo. There are many low cost self-catering apartments in Monte Carlo, which are equipped with all important amenities and offer complete privacy and more space, making it apt for big families or groups. La Condamine area is a plush section of town, where all luxurious hotels, designer shops, exclusive restaurants and bars are located. So, if you can splash the cash, this is the right place to choose your accommodation in Monte Carlo.

Things to do

Monte Carlo is home to a wealth of cultural and historical attractions and many sites of interest to cater every style of tourist. From the glamorous Monte Carlo Casino to the majestic Prince’s Palace, the resort is full of surprises and contrasts. Only touring the city, you admire the stunning scenery.

Visit the Monte Carlo Harbor, where you can see the luxurious yachts and it is also the location where James Bond movie GoldenEye was shot. Explore the Jardin Exotique, which is the largest rock garden in the world and it also features a museum. Monaco Cathedral is another must see attraction because it where the Princess Grace’s mortal is buried. Other attractions which are worth a visit includes Oceanographic Museum (home to treasure trove of sea life), Opera de Monte Carlo and Opera de Monte Carlo. Do not miss the opportunity to try your hand at blackjack, stud poker, a gambling card game at the Monte Carlo Casino, which is the world’s famous casino.

Nightlife

Nightlife in Monte Carlo is much subdued and sometimes exclusive and is home to selective pubs, discos, bars and some lively casinos. There are many premium live music venues also where jazz and other music is on offer every evening. The ambiance in the pubs and bars are very refined and sees premium crowd. One of the best places to dance all night is the La Rascasee, which is café during day and turns into a live music venue with DJs and bands at night. From delicious cocktails, laidback drinks to entertainment programs, there is a list of things you can do at night in Monte Carlo. Some of the best bars to enjoy a selection of discounted drinks are Saphir 24, Sass Café and Le Tip Top, among others.

Eating out

When holidaying in Monte Carlo, some cheap and affordable restaurants are easily available in the romantic streets of Monaco Ville. However, to enjoy a sophisticated fine dining experience, you can visit Joël Robuchon restaurant, which excels in serving Mediterranean cuisine in an intimate atmosphere. The food in the restaurant is prepared in open-plan kitchen. La Maree is another lively rooftop restaurant that overlooks Port Hercule. The highlight of the restaurant is that it serves freshest seafood available. For mouth-watering Mediterranean cuisine visit the contemporary bistro Café Llorca. Le Saint Nicolas is another excellent dining option offering inexpensive menu which includes pizzas, pastas and salad in a friendly ambiance. Other good cheap options to eat in the town includes Pizzeria Monegasque and U Cavagnetu, among others.

Shopping

From luxury boutique to designer label, Monte Carlo resort offers great shopping opportunities. There are many vibrant markets and shops to pick up gifts and unique souvenirs during your holiday. You can also find designer brands such as Dior, Gucci, and Prada in the avenues of Monte Carlo. Apart from designer clothes, high-end jewellers including Bulgaria and Cartier are also available. La Condamine boasts 200 store outlets and the retail zone is home independent shops and high-street brands. Also, old fashioned markets are a trend here and vibrant stalls selling regional produce and crafts. Le Metropole is the most exclusive shopping centre in the resort. To shop for unique souvenirs old streets of Monaco-Ville selling keepsakes to tacky knick-knacks are the right place to be.

Fast Facts

  • Nearest airports (doesn’t have its own airport): Nice Côte d’Azur Airport
  • Flight time from UK: 2 hours
  • Travel time from airport to the resort: 30 minutes by car
  • Language: French
  • Currency: Euro (€)

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10/10 Amazing

15 May 2012

Beautiful!

Definitely worth a visit. A lot of Italian influence in the cuisine - particularly for a French resort. Very clean streets, and well behaved, respectful general public.

The best thing about my stay was ...

The situation

10/10 Amazing

19 June 2012

Monaco.. one visit is not enough!!

An amazing country, lots and lots to see and places to visit are endless... if u walk and explore u will find a beautiful park or garden around every corner!! the capital Monte Carlo is full of luxury, the casino and the top hotels surrounded by the expensive designer shops.

The best thing about my stay was ...

The gardens around every corner!!

10/10 Amazing

27 August 2011

Its Monaco

Just love it.

10/10 Amazing

18 November 2011

montecarlo is fantastic

montecarlo is very nice for your holiday

The best thing about my stay was ...

very nice

4/10 Average

06 September 2011

Monaco is everything thats wrong about the pursuit of money

Daytime Monaco and Menton are vibrant, picturesque cities, but after dark the leeches and money grabbers come out. This includes establishments such as the Piano Bar that charged me €22 for a fun size bottle of Heineken and some vinagar they tried to pass off as house wine. They had the cheek to raise their collective eyebrows when I did not include a tip. This was just a taste of the vulgarity that parades itself as a 'Cool to be Scene' city???

The best thing about my stay was ...

Scooter around the mountain towns of Eze and La Turbia