The Riviera Palace is an apartment overlooking the bay of Monte Carlo, offering a unique opportunity to explore the Rock and its surroundings. Nestled in the heart of a Belle Époque building and spread over seventy-five square meters, the Riviera Palace boasts a spacious living room, an open American kitchen leading to a magnificent dining room, and two bedrooms, each with its own dressing room. The magnificent sea view won’t distract you from indulging in some shopping in the nearby Monaco boutiques. It will also allow you to enjoy moments of tranquillity between two racing sessions if you treat yourself to a stay during the Grand Prix…
Psst, it’s a secret: as if you were princes and princesses, we offer you the opportunity to visit an exclusive and almost secret place. At the heart of the Riviera Palace building, an architectural gem is hidden: a glass roof designed by Gustave Eiffel himself, closed to the general public.
Because we understand that during vacations, no one wants to deal with grocery shopping and the hassles of daily life, we are delighted to offer you the services of our house staff for breakfast basket deliveries, grocery shopping, fresh flowers, daily cleaning, babysitting, and private chef services, among others.
These services are not included in the reservation amount and are subject to additional charges.
Very nice accommodation. Very clean. The hostess is very friendly. Always happy to stay again.
Great apartment, lovely hosts. Would definitely stay here again!
Is there a more beautiful illustration of exclusivity than Monte-Carlo? A rare place in an exceptional environment, perched on an improbable Rock at the crossroads of Italy and the French Riviera. Visiting Monaco is like turning the iridescent pages of the most prestigious fashion, princesses, sports, and culture magazines. Everything here exudes and inspires luxury and indulgence.
Of course, Monaco has some must-see attractions. To begin with, two casinos play a significant role in writing its legend. The Monte-Carlo Casino, located on its namesake square, sparkles from dusk till dawn, offering you a unique gaming experience. And just a short distance away, the Casino Café de Paris, more daring than its elder counterpart, is a hub of innovation, inviting you to discover the excitement of entertainment of the future.
How can one evoke Monte-Carlo without imagining a memorable shopping spree? The streets, like open-air runways, lead you to the most prestigious fashion houses, whether they be from Paris, Milan, or New York.
Monaco doesn’t neglect culture or history either, with attractions like a visit to the Prince’s Palace and, for families, the Oceanographic Museum, followed by a stroll around the Port Hercule.
Finally, how could we talk about Monaco without mentioning its Formula 1 Grand Prix? Those few days when the eyes of the world turn to the asphalt of the Rock, seeking those flashes which split the streets and echo through the facades. During this famous week in May, the entire city buzzes with an energy and excitement that one must experience – if fortunate enough – at least once in a lifetime, and get close to the helmets of these champions.