Monte-Carlo is the quintessential Bond-movie city. The playground of the rich and famous has always attracted MI6's most lethal agent. In fact, the very first scene of the franchise's inaugural film, 'Dr. No' (1962) is set in Monaco's famous casino, a place Bond would revisit in 'Never Say Never Again' (1983) and 'GoldenEye' (1995).
Hotel Metropole's GoldenEye experience is a luxury two-day stay to make you feel like James Bond. Offered to all of the guests of their glamorous Carré d'Or suite throughout the year, an extremely luxurious room that was renovated at the end of 2019 by top-class designer Jacques Garcia, this experience is also available as a limited-time package on April 6th and 8th 2020, right after the release of Bond's new film, 'No Time to Die', on April 2nd.
The GoldenEye experience includes a private visit to the Casino de Monte-Carlo, a helicopter ride to see the Monaco sights from the sky and lunch at Yoshi Restaurant – Michelin-starred chef Joël Robuchon's Japanese eatery. The afternoon starts with a drive along the Riviera in Bond's favourite vehicle, an Aston Martin, followed by a couple's massage and candlelit dinner in your private terrace overlooking the Mediterranean. End your 007-themed day rolling the dice at the casino before coming back to your luxurious suite, where you'll find a rose-petal-covered bed and a bottle of bubbly.
If you don't want to splash the cash on this luxury experience, you can always plan your own Bond-themed holiday, helicopter ride included! Take a look at our Accommodation page and start practising in front of the mirror – Bond, James Bond.