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Hôtel Metropole Monte-Carlo
Why we like it
- Hotel Metropole is fabulously located in the heart of Monaco, minutes from the casino
- The fabulously chic rooms and suites have either city or sea views
- At the main restaurant, French master chef, Joel Robuchon, creates a sublime fine dining experience, or try Yoshi, his first Japanese restaurant
- The hotel's ESPA Spa is the best in the area - treatments draw on aromatherapy, hydrotherapy, thalassotherapy and physiotherapy
- A private, heated seawater swimming pool is bordered by oleander, lemon trees and palms
- The Metropole has a private car park with valet parking - a big plus in Monaco
- Other facilities include an ultra-modern, fantastically equipped fitness centre
- We recommend the superior and deluxe rooms on 2nd, 3rd and 4th floors
At the spa, we loved the signature Day Spa Ritual which includes a spa cuisine lunch and access to the Heat Experience with its sauna and scented showers.
I would like to say what a fantastic tour company you are!! You made me and my family’s holiday in March to Terre Blanche Hotel Spa Golf Resort the best holiday ever and I want to thank you so much. You made me and my family feel like royalty. You should be so proud of the hard work and excellence in your job. Thank you millions.
- TF, Essex
A member of Leading Hotels of the World, the Hotel Metropole is a monument to the Belle époque architectural style, and is the last word in luxury and comfort.
The 133 rooms and suites have been redesigned by Jacques Garcia in a Mediterranean style that captures the atmosphere and romance of a bygone age, whilst remaining resolutely contemporary. The very epitome of classical elegance, they eschew the stripped back minimalism found in so many top hotels, instead combining warm colours and beautiful furnishings to create a genuinely welcoming, homely feel. Enjoy the new concept designed by Karl Lagerfeld, ODYSSEY, featuring the new swimming pool, gardens and Joël Robuchon's third restaurant within the hotel.
We were particularly impressed with the Carré D'Or suite, with its huge terrace looking out to the Mediterranean beyond the rooftops of Monte Carlo.
Best time to be there
Sunworshippers head to the beaches from June to September. The climate is mainly temperate with the south enjoying hot summers and mild winters.
Bordeaux, Geneva, Marseilles and Paris (British Airways), Nice and Lyon (British Airways or bmi)
Paris and Avignon (Eurostar)
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