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Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo Will Start 4 Years of Renovations in October

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  Site Where: Place du Casino, Monte Carlo, Monaco
June 4, 2014 at 9:12 AM | by | ()

And so the wave of grande dame hotels embarking on major renovations continues: this time, it’s the Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo, in the tiny principality of Monaco, which will start four years’ worth of work this October.

While we initially thought the hotel would close its doors entirely, it’s taking a slightly different approach and will continue to operate “on a reduced scale”. In order to prepare for the work, the hotel will indeed shut from October 6 to mid-December, but reopen for the holiday season, with full work kicking off on January 18 next year.

One of the biggest changes will be the introduction of a garden courtyard and the creation of a fitness, spa, and pool area on the roof of the hotel. The 184 rooms and suites will undergo some reconfiguration to increase space across the board as well as the number of suites, so we’re expecting room count overall to go down slightly. A rooftop villa will be added with its own private pool and garden, and we assume views over the Casino next door and the Mediterranean beyond.

Full reopening is expected for September 2018; in the meantime, an exhibition with more information on the renovation is being held in the “Sporting d’Hiver”, a conference facility opposite the Hôtel de Paris and Hôtel Hermitage.

A Superior Courtyard Room at the Hôtel de Paris starts at €488 ($665) a night.

[Photo: JasonD, Rendering: SBM]

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