30 January 2019 - 8h02
Inaugurated on 29th January by Prince Albert II and Princess Stephanie, the Prince Rainier III Suite pays tribute to the ‘prince bâtisseur (builder)’. A “villa on the roof”. It is the largest suite of the palace in terms of interior space with 600 m² of refined luxury. This new suite on the roof of the Hôtel de Paris, with 135 m² of outdoor space, offers breath-taking views of the legendary Place du Casino.
Designed by Richard Martinet, the suite features French and Italian craftsmanship. Photos, paintings and personal objects of Prince Rainier III give a personal and intimate feel to the space. Sculptures made by the Sovereign himself adorn the suite.
This 525 m² suite includes two bedrooms, a large main lounge with a bar area, a small lounge and a lounge-library, a dining room and an office area. It can be extended to over 600 m² with a 3rd communicating bedroom. Each bedroom has its own bathroom, with shower and steam room. The suite also offers a glass sauna opening onto the Mediterranean sky.
Finally there is a 135 m² terrace on two levels. The first level has a heated swimming pool with overflow and with counter-current swimming function. The pool is framed on either side by two staircases leading to a terrace below, offering an unrivalled view of the Place du Casino. A prime location to experience the thrill of the F1 Grand Prix in May.
The Suite offers a range of tailor-made luxury services. Each guest is welcomed from the airport or heliport. Customised treatments are also included at the Thermes Marins Monte-Carlo in winter and a tent at Monte-Carlo Beach in summer. The Prince Rainier III Suite is available on request, for a price of 35 000 / 45 000 € a night depending on the season.
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