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Monte-Carlo Bay penthouse goes super-luxe

Monte-Carlo Bay penthouse goes super-luxe

By Stephanie Horsman - January 30, 2020

Dubbed ‘Suite Eleven’, the Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort has revealed that it will debut its new ultimate luxury “retreat” in April of this year.

Encompassing the entire 11th floor of the hotel, Suite Eleven is the most opulent of the Monte-Carlo Bay’s suites to date. Covering a surface area of nearly 200m2, this two bedroom mega-suite also boasts a generously-sized living and dining area, vast enough to accommodate 10 people comfortably and stylish enough to make guests wish it was their own. The crowning jewel though is the 21m2 terrace, offering one of the Principality’s most stunning 180º sea and coastline views.

An additional suite on the 10th floor is connected to Suite Eleven if room for additional guests is required, upping the number of possible overnight guests to eight.

Exclusive services above and beyond the standard are offered and include private chefs, spa treatments, a “cocoon bed” at the edge of the lagoon in high season, airport transfers and a personalised welcome.

Designed by Olivier Antoine, who recently renovated the Thermes Marins, his focus on natural materials and sustainable living spaces gives the suite a timeless feel, whilst incorporating the hotels’ signature colours of blue and beige throughout.

 

 

 

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