To ensure an unforgettable experience for every young visitor this summer, Hôtel Metropole Monte Carlo has created a special package with both parents and children in mind. From 1 June 2016 to 30 August 2016, families can enjoy an overnight stay in one of the hotel’s Superior Junior Suites with a complimentary second room for children, a selection of carefully crafted welcome amenities by the hotel’s talented pastry team, and the opportunity to add a variety of “Just For You” experiences which have been designed by the hotel’s dedicated team.
By creating the Monte-Carlo Television Festival in 1961, Prince Rainier III of Monaco, wished to “encourage a new art form, in the service of peace and understanding between men”. Monaco’s international status ideally suited the Prince’s ambition: to recognize television as an exceptional means of bringing cultures together and enhancing their respective knowledge.
Following a successful 2015 season, Nikki Beach Worldwide, the family owned & operated global luxury lifestyle & hospitality brand, together with Fairmont Monte Carlo, the unique 4-star luxury convention resort located in the heart of Monaco, are pleased to announce their partnership during the 2016 summer season. From April 7th, 2016, Nikki Beach will operate a pop-up beach club & restaurant on the rooftop of the Fairmont Monte Carlo from breakfast till late, daily.
From 11 March to 30 May 2016, an emblematic suite at the Hôtel de Paris Monte Carlo will be transformed by the Dom Pérignon brand, who will infuse this new, refined and legendary space with the essence of its P2 1998 vintage. Dom Pérignon and the Hôtel de Paris elegantly combine to create an exceptional ephemeral experience. The Champagne producer will be fitting suite 321-322* out in a striking bronze and black design punctuated with fine materials and rounded off with a magnificent table for savouring the ultimate expression of an exquisite art de vivre.
Taba Naba - Australia, Oceania, Arts by the Peoples of the Sea at the Ocenographic Museum of Monaco through September 30
Aboriginal and Oceanic art will be showcased at Taba Naba, a major exhibition on the theme of oceans and water, taking place at the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco and one of the highlights of the summer season in the Principality. The theme will be approached from varying perspectives thanks to the participation of many artists.
Following the first two American ATP World Tour Masters 1000 of the year, the Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters, organised from 9 to 17 April 2016, by the SMETT (Société Monégasque pour l’Exploitation du Tournoi de Tennis), is the first major clay tournament of the European season. An edition that will be exceptional by nature since this legendary tournament is celebrating its 110th edition.
The Printemps des Arts de Monte-Carlo festival began in 1984, at the instigation of Princess Grace and Antoine Battaini, then Director of Cultural Affairs in the Principality, assisted by Tibor Katona, former conductor of the Orchestre de Monte-Carlo and artistic consultant for the new festival. Thirty years later, the adventure continues, more exciting than ever.