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Hotel de Paris Hotel, Monaco

Monaco's most luxurious hotel with everything from sea views to a spa

"Excellent" 340 Verified Reviews trust you logo
Vibe 100 / 100 Awesome vibe.
Service 95 / 100 World class service.
Location 95 / 100 Terrific location.
Room 94 / 100 Rooms are outstanding.
Amenities 90 / 100 Excellent amenities.
Breakfast 77 / 100 Good breakfast.
Food 64 / 100 Food is average.
Value for money 40 / 100 Value below average.

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"Beautiful architecture"
"Great view"
"Stylish hotel"
"Friendly service"
"Excellent" 340 Verified Reviews trust you logo
Service 96 / 100 World class service.
Room 91 / 100 Rooms are outstanding.
Food 70 / 100 Tasty food.

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"Great room"
"Fantastic service"

Elegant and exclusive hotel in the centre of Monaco, ideally located right in front of the casino.

The hotel has recently undergone a complete renovation, maintaining its sumptuous interior with low relief sculptures, marble colonnades and crystal chandeliers. The rooms boast a Belle Epoque decor, with rich 19th-century interiors.

Services at this luxury hotel include access to a nearby spa, restaurants, a bar and a large meeting room. It even features a private beach with canvas beach cabins and a chilled restaurant.

What's the place like?

The Pool

A large swimming pool with solarium, spectacular views, an ultra-modern fitness room also with panoramic view, hammam and sauna.

The Bar

The Bar Americain is an elegant low-key bar decorated with beautiful wood, leather armchairs, soft lighting and windows onto the sea. There is live music every evening.

The hotel also has a legendary wine cellar.

The Restaurant

The hotel has three different restaurants. Le Louis XV is led by legendary chef Alain Ducasse who, together with Dominique Lory, have created a modern, authentic menu. Above all else, the fresh juices and sauces, intense and aromatic broths, and fresh condiments and spices reveal the precise flavours and seasoning of their culinary style. The restaurant’s new look, designed by Patrick Jouin and Sanjit Manku, highlights the easy-going lifestyle of the French Riviera.

Le Grill offers a reinterpretation of Mediterranean gourmet dishes. In summer, the roof slides back to reveal the sky and what has to be one of the most beautiful views on the French Riviera.

Cote Jardin is the perfect place for lunch in the garden, serving delicate dishes inspired by southern French cuisine, as well as a fitness room.

What's nearby?

Towns nearby

Monaco Ville refers to the old town of Monaco, or 'The Rock' which sits perched on a peninsula high above the Mediterranean. The train station at Monaco lies on the very scenic Nice-Ventimiglia trainline- you can then connect to local bus line 1 or 2 to get to Monaco Ville. These local buses connect all of Monaco, or you can get a hop on hop off day pass on a tourist bus for €10. If driving, there is a parking lot 'Chemin des Pêcheurs' in Monaco Ville. To get to Monaco you can also take a bus from Nice-the 110 express runs from Nice airport (€20) and the 100 runs from Nice town (€1.50). You could, of course, always fly or sail into Monaco, in which case there is Port Hercules or the Monaco heliport at your disposal. (You may scoff, but the helicopter isn't outrageously expensive at 165 euro when you consider that a taxi will generally set you back up to €90. And let's face it, Monaco's the kind of place where one should arrive in style).

Restaurants nearby

Many restaurants up on 'The Rock' could be accused of being tourist-traps, but there are a few exceptions serving up tasty traditional Monegasque and Provencal fare. Family run restaurant ‘Cavagnetu’ (meaning picnic basket) is a very good choice indeed- try the barbajuan, socca or pissaladerie here. It has a lovely terrace and a cosy, vaulted interior- full of locals and tourists alike.

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Sights nearby

The grand palace stands on the site of a fortress built by the Genoese in 1205. Today, you can admire the throne room and stunning 15th century frescoes, the 17th century chapel and the famous marble double staircase. The beautiful Romanesque-Byzantine Cathedrale de Monaco is the burial place of Grace Kelly and husband Prince Ranier, while you can see a wonderful collection of religious artworks at the Museum of the Chapel of the Visitation- Rubens and Ribera are just two of the Masters on display here. Walk in Jacques Cousteau's footsteps at the Oceanographic Museum, where the shark lagoon and coral gardens will delight young visitors, or visit the quaint Chapelle de Misericorde in Place de Palais.

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Things to Do nearby

There are museum exhibitions and events throughout the year in this cultural heart of Monaco, including a wonderful outdoor theatre at the Fort Antoine. The atmospheric changing of the guard at the palace is a wonderful (if crowded) activity to watch, with thousands gathering at 11.55 am to watch the colourful display. You could also take a lovely stroll or picnic in the Saint Martin Gardens enjoying the view.

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Beaches nearby

Monaco Ville doesn't have any beaches, but there is the public Larvotto Beach nearby, which is reachable by bus numbers 4 and 6. It's gravel and man-made, but it is clean and has lots of restaurants backing the beach for a pleasant lunch. If you have money to burn and want a special day out, head to Monte Carlo Beach, which is a private sandy beach that is part of the Monte Carlo Beach Hotel. It has an Olympic sized swimming pool too. Further down the coast is the lovely beach at Cap d'Ail, or head around to spectacular Villefranche near Nice.

Golf-clubs nearby

The Monte Carlo Golf Club is actually located in La Turbie. This wonderful century-old course is rich in history and offers breathtaking views over mountains and sea- at the fifth hole you can actually see three countries at once! The 18 holes, par 71 course has some is very hilly and requires considerable accuracy. The green fees aren't cheap, but the elegant clubhouse and those extraordinary views of the Riviera make it worth the expense. There's a restaurant open every day except Monday and a practice ground on site, as well as a pro shop and caddy and equipment rental.

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Nightlife nearby

Nightlife in Monaco-Ville itself is fairly limited, but the bright lights and glamour aren't far away at all. Head down to the port for more affordable nightlife options or into Monte Carlo proper for your glitzy big name venues.

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Visitor comments

  • "Great service and food was on point. Excellent views and I will certainly be back next time I come here." - Trip Advisor
  • "You ware welcomed by a wonderful aroma on entering the foyer - which apparently has been created exclusively for the hotel." ​- Trip Advisor
  • "It's probably easier to name the rich and famous who haven't been here! It's like stepping back to the 1930's with mahogany furnishings and carpet and waiters dressed immaculately in uniform." ​- Trip Advisor


  • Star Rating
  • 5 Star
  • Property Style
  • Hotel
  • Special Breaks
  • Spa Breaks
  • Vibe / Atmosphere
  • Chic
  • Traditional & Modern mix


  • Outdoors
  • Sea views
  • Terrace
  • Spa / Fitness / Beauty
  • Hair-dryers
  • Beauty Treatments
  • Gym / Fitness area
  • Hair Salon
  • Hammam / Steam-room
  • Massage / Relaxation
  • Sauna
  • Solarium
  • Pool (indoor)
  • Entertainment
  • DVD Player
  • Satellite TV
  • WiFi / Internet
  • Social Spaces
  • Restaurant
  • Creature Comforts
  • Air-conditioning
  • Safe / Secure box
  • Parking
  • Valet Parking
  • Accessibility
  • Pets welcome


  • Open Seasons
  • Spring
  • Summer
  • Autumn
  • Winter
  • Address
  • Place du Casino
  • 98000
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