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Monte Carlo inaugurates new conference centre

Monte Carlo inaugurates new conference centre

By Cassandra Tanti - June 30, 2019

A luxurious new conference centre located in the One Monte Carlo complex is now open for business. With its inauguration earlier this month, the Société des Bains de Mer has effectively doubled the space dedicated to business tourism around Casino Square, currently made up of the Hôtel de Paris and the Hermitage Hôtel.

Situated in the heart of the new One Monte Carlo district, the new conference centre increases Monaco’s capabilities of hosting trade fairs, conventions, product launches, seminars, and the like.

Covering a total surface of 1,445m2, the structure offers nine meeting rooms, including the 178m2 Jean Cocteau Room, an auditorium, and a 500m2 foyer which can be used for multiple purposes. There is also the 301m2 Salle des Arts, an identical reproduction of the legendary Salle des Arts in the former Palais des Beaux-Arts. Capable of hosting up to 300 people, this hall is SBM’s way of preserving the Art Deco architectural footprint.

To complete the offering, the Boulingrins Gardens opposite One Monte Carlo have been re-landscaped and will be available for private functions.

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