Monte Carlo Beach Hotel

Avenue Princess Grace, Roquebrun Cap-Martin, Monte-Carlo, 06190, Monaco
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The MONTE-CARLO BEACH HOTEL is...

by handsoum

The MONTE-CARLO BEACH HOTEL is something differentfrom every other beach. The most exclusive beach in Monte-Carlo is also, as you might expect, the most expensive. However, here, you can enjoy very numerous activites, a great beach, pool, gourmet restaurants that will serve you on the beach 'si tel est le désir de Madame' and unequaled service. This is also a hotel, so you might think about living up to luxury's requirements, away from the common crowd, and only minutes away (by Rolls) from the main casino and very close to the Sporting Club de Monte-Carlo (home of the famous Salle des Etoiles and Jimmy's Nightclub for the extremely wealthy)

Visit the web page of the Société des Bains de Mer, who cater for the rich, www.sbm.mc

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Forum Posts

An evening in Monte Carlo

by clmbsb

Hi everyone.

I have booked to go back to the Monte Carlo Masters Tennis tournament next April. Unlike the last time i visited back in 2009 i am leaving myself with some time to actually see Monte Carlo.

I am staying in Nice to cut costs and will get the train to Monte Carlo the day i arrive. Due to flight times i will only arrive in Monte Carlo around 5pm and leave at 10pm on the last train back to Nice.

I want to wander down to the harbour. Now i understand that Monte Carlo is hilly, is the walk to harbour downhill from the train station? What is the best/easiest way to get there?

From here i plan to walk to the Casino/Hotel de Paris then onto the Mirabeau/Loews hairpin corners (F1 fan too).

This may sound a silly question but what time will the sun set in mid April, just so i know what kind of photos i can take. I would love to catch the sun setting across the harbour.

Are there any places for a cheap drink that is not too far out of the way from the casino?

Many thanks for any advice you can give me.

Clare

Re: An evening in Monte Carlo

by tmpaca

The train station is on the Monte carlo hill. Fro here to the Casino it is not more than 15 min to walk. Then down to the Hotel fairmont (ex-Loews) also 10 minutes and you are in front of the Mirabeau. If you take the low tunnel (this is where the race passed by) you come direct to the harbor after the next 15 min. to walk.
If you will go down to the harbor from the station you can also walk, maybe 20 minutes not more or taking one of the local busses in direction to Fontvielle.
On Friday 15. April the sun goes down at 08:15pm for example.

Re: An evening in Monte Carlo

by tmpaca

http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halte_de_Monte-Carlo-Country-Club

say that the French SNCF stopped here only inthe time of the MC Open. Maybe better for you then the station in MC.

Re: An evening in Monte Carlo

by clmbsb

Thanks very much for the info, especially regarding the hill and sunset time.

I shall be using the other train station but only when i am at the tennis. On the day i take this trip to Monte Carlo i will use the main train station.

Once again thanks :)

Re: An evening in Monte Carlo

by tmpaca

you are welcome

Re: An evening in Monte Carlo

by Durfun

Hi, Depending on where you are walking around & exploring, you may want to consider taking the bus back to Nice. Frequency is good, and one of the stops in practically diagonally opposite the Casino (400 yards).

For a drink, there is an elevated walkway lined with cafes & restaurants opposite the Japanese Gardens. Also, there is a market by the first bus stop into MC, where the sundial is.

Single train fares to Nice = 5.50 EUR, and bus fare = 1 EUR! You could even have a drink or ice-cream at the Cafe de Paris, opposite Hotel de Paris & adjacent to the Casino.

Re: An evening in Monte Carlo

by clmbsb

I have looked at the bus times and the last one back is at 20.00 which is too early for me but thanks for the idea.

Re: An evening in Monte Carlo

by Durfun

The train would certainly be faster too, as the last bus takes 1.45 hours!

Re: An evening in Monte Carlo

by Agraichen

You've got some very good suggestions on walking and locations. I found walking to be quite easy, but also the local bus service is excellent and could be used to get to/from Fontvielle to the Casino a bit faster than walking.

Also, although, it's a bit more expensive, you can always get a cab from any of the hotels to go back to Nice. It's 30-45 minutes but they will run late into the evening giving you more options. It's been a couple of years but I believe it cost me 40 Euro from the Mariott in the harbor to the Nice airport.

Re: An evening in Monte Carlo

by clmbsb

If I get lucky at the casino I will treat myself to a cab ride back to Nice.

Re: An evening in Monte Carlo

by travelgourmet

If you do intend to gamble at the Casino, do as tradition suggests and go into the lobby of the Hotel de Pairs to rub the right knee of the bronze horse carrying Louis XIV for good luck. ;-)

Re: An evening in Monte Carlo

by tmpaca

http://www.taximonacoprestige.com/index.php?l_p=4&lang=eng

Re: An evening in Monte Carlo

by tmpaca

Casino Monte Carlo: Dont forget to take your passport with you. This is not to show that you are older then 21 but to prove that you are not an inhabitant of Monaco as it is forbidden for them to gamble.

Travel Tips for Monte-Carlo

Driving to Monte Carlo from Nice airport

by ddijak

It is safe to drive from Nice to Monte Carlo at night, if you know the roads and have euros for the tolls. The entry to the A8 from the airport is a bit tricky to find and the Monte Carlo exit off the A8 is a twisty road. There are not many road lights once you get off the major roads. We have dropped off cars very early at the airport to find nobody to check us in- you must drop the key at the rental car desk inside the airport (across the road from the parking lot). I take pictures of the car as proof that there was no damage when nobody checks us in. I don't find Nice airport to be overly busy, but from past experience the rental car places at the airport are a hassle. We now get a limo service to and from the airport and rent a car once we get to Menton. The park across from the casino is delightful.

Monaco Police

by MikeAtSea

Any country regardless how small needs a police. Hence also Monaco does have its own police force. Law enforcement in Monaco is provided by an armed national police force consisting of 517 men and women. There is also the mainly ceremonial bodyguard unit for the Prince and his palace called the Compagnie des Carabiniers du Prince which numbers over 100 officers and men, and is equipped with modern weapons including M-16 rifles and 9mm pistols.

Monaco-open the curtain and get into exclusivity

by Luchonda

Visiting Monaco - open the curtain and enter into an exclusive world for a few days.
Monaco and its surroundings offer marvelous landscapes like Cap d’Ail, Nice, Cannes,
St-Tropez. Sea views on the Mediterranean, the several bays with exclusive Yachts, dream cars and glitter will make your stay impressif, maybe unforgettable.
Talking about exclusive yachts : "SS Delphine", bordered in view of my hotel Le Méridien :
A real "Lady" of steel launched in 1921 and now resident in the Principally of Monaco where, after a rigorous "facelift", she was revealed for many eyes like the eye of my Canon Don't forget to close the curtains again and get back to your own reality

Money, money, money

by CIIK

As it's a place for the rich and famous, Monaco is an expensive spot.
Eating and drinking can easily spoil the contentment of your purse, not even talking of shopping or gambling.
If you're looking for a cheap way to get a tour through the city, just hop on one of the bus-lines, to Jardin Exotique and Larvotto. You'll see most of the important things and have some great views. The more expensive way is to try Ferrari-tours and cruise around in one of their vehicles. "If you're rich come in and enjoy. Otherwise just look and be astonished" - I can remember these words from the restaruant-guide.
Anyway - the flair of Monaco/Monte-Carlo is unique and definetely worth a visit.

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Address: Avenue Princess Grace, Roquebrun Cap-Martin, Monte-Carlo, 06190, Monaco