The Fairmont Monte-Carlo stands out against the French coastline. Boasting 602 guest rooms, residences and suites, the Fairmont is a large scale hotel that feels similar to a mini city. With four world-renowned restaurants and bars, shopping complex and in-house casino, no person is left uncatered for. For those wanting somewhere to conduct formal business conferences can make use of the 18 different meeting rooms, ideal for every CEO.
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Fairmont Monte-Carlo offers spacious bedrooms are with generously beds that are plush and extremely comfortable. The luxurious details include hypoallergenic pillows, a TV that has hundreds of channels for its international occupants, a Nespresso machine, while the spacious marble bathrooms are bright and any bloggers dream, all whilst offering soft bathrobes and slippers.
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I happened to be celebrating my 21st the same weekend as the World Cup Final. The atmosphere was electric, with the main screen airing the France V Croatia game. Set music was then played in between ad breaks and half time hyping up the energy of the rooftop party. Nikki Beach went absolutely wild with the result of the game; Champagne was sprayed, people dived into the pool fully clothed and the entire city seemed to cheer in unison.
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Each Sunday throughout the summer Fairmont Monte-Carlo offer both guests at the hotel and the general public a spectacular ‘Pink Sunday‘ brunch. Inspired by the pink Taittenger Champagne, Pink Sunday is the perfect way to spend your Sunday. Relax and take your time dining between 12pm until 4pm, all whilst wearing a little pink of course. The brunch itself is vast, which is why it’s reassuring to know that you will not be judged for going up multiple servings of each course. It is completely unlimited, including the pink wine and pink Taittenger.
A delicious and colourful array of fresh salads, canapes, soups, cheeses and grilled meats and fish are just the start of what the brunch offers its guests. The waiters and waitresses are attentive and never overbearing in their service, instantly topping up your glass when it is nearing emptiness. All of this to the chilled beats of live music.
Celebrating Our 21st:
On the morning of our 21st Birthday Fairmont Monte-Carlo pulled out all the stops to make our day special. Birthday balloons were placed at our table along with presents. The entire dining team came to our table to sing Happy Birthday and present us with a selection of special cakes and doughnuts.
Monte-Carlo is famous for its steep hilly inclines, architectural skyline and Monte Carlo’s famous Circuit de Monaco, on which the Formula One Grand Prix takes place.
It is also worth visiting the Royal Palace, a grand space best visited at 11.55am when you will be able to witness the changing of the guard.
Café de Paris is a minutes walk from the hotel, an iconic place to dine and people watch. It is also a great place to spot luxury and classic cars. Café de Paris is a place to not only see, but be seen.
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