Built in 1864, the Hôtel de Paris allows guests to stay in the heart of glamorous Monaco while enjoying excellence in the art of hospitality. The eighth floor has unforgettable sunsets over the Mediterranean.
A pinch of the Far East in Monaco, Maya Bay is a Japanese sushi bar and Thai restaurant accessed through a secret door. Let yourself be tempted by the Thai-basil cotton candy.
The Bar Salle Blanche, nestled in the Monte Carlo Casino, has a beautiful mosaic design. It’s the perfect venue for a cocktail before or after dinner.
I like Pierre for its eclectic selection and originality. You’ll find a sharp assortment of design objects as well as one-of-a-kind antique pieces.
With its majestic cliff-top facade, the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco has been watching over the oceans for more than a century. A visit before or after a stroll in the Jardin Albert I is a must.