Beautiful hotel with the perfect location and an excellent day time manager. Room good sized and comfortable and the hotel certainly had the wow factor- particularly the entrance and lobby. However, room very noisy due to traffic, but this is difficult to avoid with such a central location. Pool closed for maintance was annoying. Several times we had issues with the door not locking and had to try many times to lock.
It would have been useful when the roadworks outside the hotel meant you couldn’t really access the front of the hotel, being told about the alternative, safer access to the side.
Traveller from London
This family-friendly Monaco hotel is located in the historical district, just steps from Casino Square and Casino Monte …More
Wonderful hotel overlooking Port Hercule. Room was spacious, clean and the bed was the most comfortable of any hotel we've stayed in. Large bathroom with a jacuzzi tub, which was perfect to relax the body after a day exploring the principality. We didn't eat at the hotel as we wanted the flexibility to do our own thing. Food isn't cheap but this is Monaco so be prepared. Hotel was centrally located for shopping, casino, old town with stunning views of the luxury yatchs. The casino is a must and eat in Salon Rose as your entry fee is deducted from the bill. The old town is amazing with narrow streets and beautiful architecture. The views from here are fantastic but for the best views visit the Exotic Gardens, they'll take your breath away. The port at Fontvielle is worth a visit. It may be smaller but it's a lot quieter than the main port with bars and restaurants. For car enthusiasts visit Prince Rainiers private collection in Fontvielle. Go on Sunday as entry is free. It's got everything from horse drawn carriages to F1 cars! All in all Monaco is an amazing place to visit. It's great for people and super car watching, especially from the terrace at the Cafe de Paris in casino square. We had a wonderful time and will be going back!!
Traveller from Huntingdon, UK
Facing the yachts in the harbor, this stylish boutique hotel is 0.3 km (0.2 mi) from Casino de Monte Carlo and Salle Garnier …More
Eze is a classic 'village perché', hugging a hilltop around a ruined medieval castle with cactus-filled gardens offering dazzling views. Though traffic-free, Eze is always crowded in summer. A picture-postcard maze of narrow streets winds round the 18th-century Chapelle des Pénitents Blancs containing enamel panelling and a 13th-century crucifix. A steep path leads down to the seafront and the resort extension of Eze-sur-Mer.