Where to spend New Year’s Eve in Monaco: a guide to the best bars and clubs

With the countdown to 2024 well and truly on, have you finalised your plans for 31st December? From famous nightclubs to the Salle des Etoiles, let this be your guide to celebrating New Year’s Eve out on the town in Monaco.

After covering all of the finest places to wine and dine with friends and family in our New Year’s restaurant guide, now it’s the turn of the top bars and nightclubs in the Principality.

It looks like Monaco is gearing up for a huge New Year’s Eve, with parties and concerts set to take place in every corner and venue of the Principality. From all-out club experiences to concerts and cocktails, here’s our pick of the best and the biggest. 


Jimmy’z Monte-Carlo is one of the longest standing nightclubs in Monaco, but its popularity has certainly not faded with time. If anything, the place is going from strength to strength, as shown in its massive plans for the New Year’s weekend. A line-up of renowned DJs, including Ollie Deejay, DOSH, RAWDØLFF and Siryll, will be performing from 29th through to 31st December from 11pm until the early hours. Click here for more information. 

Next comes Buddha-Bar Monte-Carlo, with its combination of party and in-house dining. There’s a €490 menu on offer in the restaurant and a €450 Omakase menu in the lounge bar, while DJ Papa will be serving up the tunes in the club. For more information and reservations, which are highly recommended, click here

Buddha Bar Monte-Carlo will take you from dinner table to dancefloor. Photo credit: Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer

Then there’s Twiga and its New Year’s Eve Gala featuring live music by Alessandro Ristori and The Portofinos as well as an exquisite dining experience blending Italian and “new” Asian cuisine. For reservations, click here

MK Club down on the Route de la Piscine will be hosting a Studio 54-themed party on 31st December from 10am until 7am. Yes, 7am! It promises to be an unforgettable night. For more information, click here


The Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort’s Blue Gin has been transformed into the Antarctic-inspired Blue Ice for the holidays, complete with frosted fir trees and sledges as seating. The New Year’s Eve programme features fireworks, a live DJ and one of the most inventive cocktail menus in the Principality at the moment.  

There are blues of a different hue over at the Hôtel de Paris’ Bar Américain, which will be pairing live jazz and soul with elegant cocktails and an à la carte dinner service. It is worth noting that there will be a minimum €750 spend on cocktails and other beverages in place here.  

Another option is the Crystal Bar at the Hôtel Hermitage, with its special aperitif evening from 7pm. There are two canapé menus on offer here: a €40 package for four gourmet canapés and a cocktail or the €65 menu that offers five dishes and a drink. For more information, click here.


Live music in the lounge bar of the Salle Europe will provide the perfect backdrop to an evening at the games tables of the Casino de Monte-Carlo. Spending the evening at this legendary Monaco address offers a different kind of thrill to a night on the dancefloor, but will provide an insight into the golden history and heritage of the Principality in a way that no other place can dream of. For the full rundown of the Casino’s scheduling over the holidays, click here

Make memories at the Casino de Monte-Carlo this coming New Year’s Eve. Photo credit: Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer

And the final spot on the list goes to the famous Salle des Etoiles and its ABBA tribute show. The doors to ‘The Show: A Tribute to ABBA’ will open at 8pm. Tickets cost €665 and the event is suitable for all aged seven and up. Click here to find out more.

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Where to celebrate New Year’s Eve in Monaco: a restaurant guide


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Main photo of Jimmy’z Monte-Carlo, credit: Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer