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The boutique hotel, which will unveil its new face later in September, 2018, embodies a style and quality of service while maintaining a relaxed atmosphere in a unique location. In a very traditional hotel landscape, it offers a breath of fresh air much appreciated by discerning travellers, the hotel told Monaco Life.
Located in Fontvieille, the hotel offers a panorama that includes the Mediterranean Sea, the Princess Grace Rose Garden and the Monaco Rock. Overlooking the marina both central and isolated, it is a landmark for connoisseurs and a place to feel at home, the Columbus claims.
Of the 181 upscale rooms, the hotel has 28 suites and a penthouse with two bedrooms and three terraces. All rooms have been tastefully decorated in tones of blue and bronze. The combination of custom-made furniture and state-of-the-art equipment offers the perfect balance between comfort and design. Bathed in natural light, the rooms offer superb views of Monaco and the French Riviera.
Bastien Anouil, Managing Director, said: “A dynamic team and impeccable service have been our trademark since the opening in 2001. While reinforcing the unique feeling of being in residence on the French Riviera.
The new design reinforces our ambition to become one of the best lifestyle hotels in Europe.”
Columbus Monte-Carlo is owned by the L & RP Group (London & Regional Properties) which also owns other iconic hotels around the world, such as Chewton Glen and Cliveden House in the UK, the Fairmont Monte Carlo in Monaco and the Nobu Ibiza in the Balearic Islands.
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