11 April 2007

Monte Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort

This is Monte Carlo's newest hotel and it's right on the eastern border by Roquebrune. It's absolutely massive and is almost like - not quite! - a Las Vegas hotel. This is what you'll find:
  • 334 rooms including 21 suites 4 restaurants (2 in the hotel and 2 in the gardens).
  • A bar with sea-view terrace.
  • A business center composed of 10 meeting rooms.
  • Sand-bottomed lagoon with solarium, gardens and water attractions.
  • An indoor swimming pool with jacuzzi and children's paddling pool.
  • A contemporary spa.
  • A children's club.
  • An in-house casino : the Bay Casino
  • In the gardens, the "Bar & Boeuf - Alain Ducasse" and "Le Fuji" restaurants, "Le Jimmy'z" night-club... and during the high season, the "Summer Casino" as well as shows at the "Salle des Etoiles" will welcome you for a particularly special evening during your stay.
A friend took me there a week or so ago for a drink prior to dinner in Monaco - a treat for my birthday. (My birthday was last October, folks! but I'm not complaining). As it happened we chose the night of the Bal de la Rose in Monaco so the place was buzzing, ladies in beautiful gowns, le tout monde was there as we sipped our champagne. But somehow the place was too too big! Know what I mean? It didn't feel like France or even Monaco. We could have been anywhere in the world. Perhaps we were?


Anonymous said...

It is a beautiful building, Jilly, although a bit "solid" for my tastes. I like your description of it and all of the things that are there. I wonder how much it would cost to stay there one day and night? In US Dollars?

Kalyan Panja said...

lovely view of the hotel...well captured shot!

angela said...

I never seen this place...I must definitely go and investigate.

Kala said...

I wonder what the room rates are for the water front rooms - it looks very expensive to stay in.

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