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Monaco Yacht Show 2017: where to stay








What: Monaco Yacht Show 2017

Where: Port Hercules, Monaco

When: 27th – 30th September 2017

Aside from luxurious automobiles, Monaco is known for gambling and casinos and the International Monaco Yacht Show —it’s a four-day event where yachting enthusiasts flock to the glitzy locale, checking out the newest superyacht launches and the most spectacular yachts for sale.

Each year, the Monaco Yacht Show curates the exhibition of 125 extraordinary one-off superyachts built by the world’s most respected shipyards and welcomes 600 leading companies from the yachting industry. Next week, the yachting industry turns its focus exclusively to the 45 new launches annually unveiled in a worldwide debut.

The transformed Quai Antoine 1er will offer a new hub of activities tailored to the superyacht lifestyle and a new ‘Sapphire Experience’ will give UHNWIs the chance for opportunity private yacht viewings and exclusive social events.


The 5 best hotels to stay at during the Monaco Yacht Show









Hotel Hermitage Monte-Carlo

The Hôtel Hermitage Monte-Carlo is a luxury hotel in the heart of the Principality of Monaco as well as a haven of peace and quiet, a symbol of understated glamour. A stone’s throw from the boutiques of the Promenade Monte-Carlo, near the Hotel de Paris Monte-Carlo and the Monte-Carlo Casino, discover a hotel steeped in nuance and irresistible charm. There are 325 rooms and suites, and eight apartments, recently refurbished.










Hotel Metropole Monte-Carlo

The 126 bedrooms are tastefully decorated in soft creams, the heated outdoor pool has a sexy, summer-in-the-city charm, but the main attraction is the open-plan two-Michelin-starred restaurant headed by star chef Joel Robuchon. There is also a gorgeous Givenchy spa.








Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel and Resort

The newest kid on Monaco’s four-star luxury block is the exuberant Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel and Resort. With its sandy-bottomed lagoon and its endless sun terraces bordering the Mediterranean Sea, it’s a year-round playground for groups of friends and families alike.







Hotel de Paris Monte-Carlo

A simple flight of steps leads from Place du Casino to the majestic lobby of the Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo. Low relief sculptures, marble colonnades and crystal chandeliers combine to create a sense of awe-inspiring solemnity which makes this such a memorable destination.










Monte-Carlo Beach

Arrive by boat to this ultra-luxurious Art Deco hotel’s private jetty. There’s an Olympic-sized pool, private beach and Michelin-starred cuisine. The 40 rooms and suites are inspired by Matisse and Cocteau, bathrooms are walled in white marble. It is stunning.

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