Fairmont Monte Carlo Hotel
The Fairmont Monte Carlo Hotel is a four-star, modern hotel and convention resort located right over the Mediterranean sea. Directly in front of the entrance to the hotel is the famous hairpin turn of the Formula One Monaco Grand Prix.
Rooms and Facilities
The Fairmont Monte Carlo includes 619 rooms – making it one of the largest in Europe – and 18 meeting rooms, and is often host to international conventions. Also on the grounds is the Las Vegas-style Le Sun Casino.
In addition to its ordinary guest rooms, the Fairmont Monte Carlo offers Corner, Garden View, Commodore and Riviera Suites, each of which includes two private terraces overlooking either the sea or the hotel’s gardens. The largest are the Commodore Suites, at 861 square feet.
Facilities at the Fairmont Monte Carlo include an open-air dining terrace, a heated rooftop pool, a fitness centre, the Le Sun casino, and three restaurants. The L’Argentin is a gourmet steakhouse, and both Le Pistou and Le Café de la Mer offer Italian and regional cuisine.
Construction of the Fairmont Monte Carlo started in the early 1970s on the ground of Monaco’s first train station. The design solution for incorporating this enormous hotel in such a small principality was to build it overhanging the Mediterranean coast – resulting in its unique architecture. In August 1975, Princess Grace inaugurated the opening of the hotel, then named the Loews Monte Carlo.
In November 1998, a private consortium headed by Monegasque businessman Toufic Aboukhater bought the Loews Monte Carlo and renamed it the Monte Carlo Grand Hotel. Since then, the hotel has undergone a further name change. In collaboration with the Grimaldi Forum, it continues to attract high-profile business tourism, as well as leisure tourists.
You can contact the Fairmont Monte Carlo Hotel at telephone (+377) 93 50 65 00 or e-mail email@example.com. You can also check room rates and packages on Monaco’s official travel site.