Holidays to Monte Carlo

Monte Carlo is a government district of Monaco, the world’s second smallest sovereign state after the Vatican. Dedicated to business and recreation, Monte Carlo is famous for its Grand Casino, where rich, famous and not so famous but still rich have flocked for years to try their luck in the …

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Where to stay in Monte Carlo

Whatever your travelling style, we can help find you the perfect place to stay. From luxurious hotels to practical apartments, these are our most popular places in Monte Carlo, according to other travellers.

Things to see and do in Monte Carlo

Tab59 | FlickrMusée Océanographique de Monaco
Musée Océanographique de Monaco
Sveta Berlyant | Trip by SkyscannerCasinò Café de Paris
Casinò Café de Paris
Thierry Lainey | Trip by SkyscannerMonaco Cathedral
Monaco Cathedral
helloandrew | FlickrBuddha-Bar Monte-Carlo
Buddha-Bar Monte-Carlo
Daniele D | Trip by SkyscannerLarvotto Beach
Larvotto Beach
Celeny Da Silva | Trip by SkyscannerJardin Japonais
Jardin Japonais
Anna Aybin | Trip by SkyscannerMonte Carlo Beach
Monte Carlo Beach
Jirka | Trip by SkyscannerMonte Carlo Country Club
Monte Carlo Country Club
Alejandro Lms | Trip by SkyscannerStade Louis II
Stade Louis II

Reviews of Monte Carlo

Majean Griffith
Majean GriffithLondon

You can't visit Nice without visiting Monte Carlo. Similar to Nice there's a harbour for the luxury yachts and a beach. What Nice doesn't have that Monte Carlo has is, the hanging crystal chandeliers in the mall and the opulence of the 5-star hotels

Catherine Batstone
Catherine BatstoneDublin

A special place in the South of France. Look no further for luxury, glamour and glorious sea views.

Laurel W
Laurel WCalgary

The overwhelming interest in Monte Carlo seems to be the formula 1 Grand Prix car race. I did not know and having no interest in car racing, it was rather amusing. The other big interest is gambling which I am not interested in either. But the big boats, high speed cars and variety of people made for good viewing.

Travel + Leisure
Travel + LeisureNew York City

This European hideaway knows how to make the luxe-lover’s heart race, from its glamorous casinos and see-and-be-seen French Riviera vibe to the pulse-pounding action of the Monaco Grand Prix. Perched cliff-side where the Alps meet the Mediterranean Sea, Monte Carlo’s yacht-filled harbor tantalizes with well-dressed couples idling by. Bask on Larvotto’s sunny beaches, drive along the Côte d'Azur, or sit at a waterfront café, spooning each other gelato and dreaming of sailing away. Don’t Miss: Waking up in a decadent sea-facing balcony suite at Hotel Hermitage, followed by a dip in its Thermes Marins spa pool overlooking the Mediterranean.

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