When the imposing Fairmont Monte Carlo hotel was created in 1975, this prestigious destination, located in the far east of Provence and a few kilometers from the Italian border and Nice, was given a new look. Focus on a must for sophisticated and trendy hotels.
By Luxus Plus
Chic cruise spirit for this major building
It was in the early 1970s that this building of geometric architecture was born. Integrated deep into its environment, urban and seaside, inside and outside, it was designed as a huge vessel that would have docked in Monaco, offering an interior decor inspired by the luxury cruising spirit.
The lobby has an impressive volume, opening onto the casino, the shopping mall with its few luxury boutiques and the Saphir 24 and Nobu restaurants.
Materializing a new impetus of modernity, the discovery of new standards of international luxury, a new scale in the art of travel and hospitality, the hotel quickly acquired a strong international reputation.
In addition, this famous building has the advantage of being located in the square of the old railway station, in the heart of Monte Carlo, at an equal walking distance from the Place du Casino and the Larvotto beaches.
The Fairmont Monte Carlo brings together within its walls a unique offer: refined tables, lounge bar lively at all hours of the day and year, professional spa redoubling beauty or relaxation treatments and a fitness club to maintain its shape. More specifically, it has a surface of 60,000 m2 distributed over 7 floors housing 602 rooms, 4 restaurants, a bar open 24/24, a spa, a fitness club, a panoramic terrace with swimming pool, luxury boutiques and ‘a casino.
Strong emotions with the Formula 1 Grand Prix
The “Grand Prix Suites” offered by the Monaco hotel have a very symbolic history for drivers and supporters of Formula 1 because these 4 suites have all been dedicated to drivers who have marked the history of this sport such as Ayrton Senna, Sir Stirling Moss and David Coulthard. They have 3 balconies, one with a view of the F1 circuit, two others facing the sea as well as 4 spacious lounges communicating with the bedroom for a total area of 85 m².
Few restaurants can claim to be internationally known, few chefs, to reproduce around the world and with as much success a creative vision of contemporary cuisine. This is the case of Nobu whose incarnation made in Fairmont Monte Carlo elevates the concept to perfection. It offers exceptional Asian cuisine with South American accents for a chic and refined dinner, but also a lounge, 2 private spaces, a sushi bar and a terrace which overlooks the Mediterranean Sea.
Always on the kitchen side, the 4-star hotel created a few years ago, a superb concept called “Petits Chefs by Fairmont Monte Carlo” which consists of offering cooking workshops during school holidays to children aged 7 to 12 years.
The real plus? As a signatory of the National Pact for the Energy Transition, the Fairmont Monte-Carlo works daily for the preservation of resources and the optimization of energy management (The Fairmont has 4 heat pumps that produce energy and supply the hotel with air conditioning and heating) water and sorting.