Fairmont Hotel Monte Carlo is a four star luxury resort located in the centre of the principality of Monaco. Monaco is located on the French Riviera in Western Europe. Monaco is known as a playground of the rich and famous and also home to the world’s most celebrated events including the Formula 1 Grand Prix, Monaco Yacht Show and Top Marques Monaco.
I visited Monaco recently for work and my choice of hotel was the Fairmont Monte Carlo. Fairmont Monte Carlo offers 602 guest rooms and suites, 3 restaurants, a private dining by Fairmont Monte Carlo which is a private catering service that caters in-site and off-site, a bar, 18 meeting rooms, shopping arcade, in house casino, wellness facilities, spa and a roof top pool.
Fairmont Monte Carlo is located in the heart of Monaco, between the Mediterranean sea and Casino of Monte Carlo. The Hotel is 2.3 km from the Prince’s Palace of Monaco and 4 km from the Oceanographic Museum.
The hotel has quite an interesting style – quirky sculptures, polished wood and marble. Very understated, beautifully designed and an entire mall of top end shops.
The shopping arcade offers top end shops and unique boutiques with luxury brands such as Kardinale, Daniela Bentivoglio, Ricriation, Mercedeh Shoes, Eres etc
Each of the Hotel’s 602 guest rooms and suites either offers stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea, the garden courts or the Fairmont Grand Prix Hairpin side.
For my accommodation, I stayed at the Deluxe Sea View Room on the 6th floor which is equipped with a double bed, marble en-suite bathroom and a private furnished terrace. The room is stylish and spacious and opens unto a private terrace overlooking the magnificent sights of the Mediterranean Sea and the Riviera.
The Deluxe Sea View Room offers
If you want to see what Fairmont Monte Carlo experience really looks like, I leave you with this video.
A great hotel in a spectacular and superb location in Monte Carlo! Perfectly located within walking distance to everywhere. Staff are friendly and the concierge are very informative. The breakfast buffet is a must! However, there was no welcome amenity and no free bottled water in the room. They need to be standard, in my opinion. Overall, I had a wonderful time at the Fairmont Monte Carlo, I cant recommend it enough.
Fairmont Monte Carlo 12, Avenue des Spélugues Monte Carlo, Monaco 9800
A Room at the Fairmont Monte Carlo begins at Euros 200.00 a night
AbstractFriday was a guest of Fairmont Monte Carlo but this has not influenced the thoughts and views of my stay. ALL opinions of this review are mine.
I’ve never been to Monaco, but I’ve certainly stayed at many Fairmont Hotels around the world and have loved them all. I would definitely consider staying at the Fairmont in Monte Carlo. Thx for this report!
The Monaco Fairmont looks great. I love the quirky sculptures and the pool.
I do adore the French Riviera. The Fairmont reminds me of a cruise ship. Just lovely!
Just beautiful! I enjoy reading your travel updates although it makes me yearn for another holiday. I cannot get enough of holidays.
The sculptures are interesting………….(ahem). The food looks divine – what a nice spread!
Hope you enjoyed your time at the hotel. It certainly lives up to it’s four stars!
Those sculptures really are unique. Looks like a lovely hotel. I would definitely welcome staying there is given the opportunity.
ChinWe – I want your job. I want to spend a year in the room you had, and visit the spa everyday. Oh, what a life that would be. I am so jealous.
The bathtub in your first picture looks bigger than some of the hotel rooms I’ve stayed in. Hotel looks great, as I found most Fairmonts are.
Interesting statuary. I’ve stayed in many Fairmont Hotels though we stayed in a private villa during our visit to Monaco. This one looks lovely, and that’s the thing about Fairmont, no matter where it is you know you can count on the facility and services being 5*.
Great resort at a lovely place plus the awesome atmosphere. Looks really peaceful.
Life’s definitely good when you got to stay here.
What a great post, and wonderful pictures.
First thing I noticed, it appears everything, from the architecture down to the food, is a combination of modern, and classical fused together. What a great place.
Thanks for sharing.
The Fairmont Hotels are always great one’s, although I have never been to Monaco, but I have seen fairmont hotels around the world and all those were amazing.