In 2004, the Hotel became a contemporary and distinguished hotel: for sale


In 2004, the Hotel became a contemporary and distinguished hotel

Monte Carlo, Monaco, Europe

NEGOTIABLE

1 685 000 000 EUR

Agent: Cliff Jacobs - Managing Principal Estate Agent & CEO (Nat.Dpl.Hotel Man (UJ). M.P.R.E.)
Agent Cellphone: +27 (0) 84 413 1071 / +27 (0) 61 716 6951
Agent Office Number: +27 (0) 21 554 0283
Agent Email Address: cliff@exquisitehotelconsultants.com
Type: Hotel
Bedrooms: 128
Bathrooms: 128
Showers: 128
Parking: 0
Yield: Not Disclosed
TGCSA Rating: 5 Star


Monte Carlo

Monte Carlo is officially an administrative area of Monaco, specifically the ward of Monte Carlo/Spélugues, where the Monte Carlo Casino is located. Informally, the name also refers to a larger district, the Monte Carlo Quarter (corresponding to the former municipality of Monte Carlo), which besides Monte Carlo/Spélugues also includes the wards of La Rousse/Saint RomanLarvotto/Bas Moulins and Saint Michel. The permanent population of the ward of Monte Carlo is about 3,500, while that of the quarter is about 15,000. Monaco has four traditional quarters. From west to east they are: Fontvieille (the newest), Monaco-Ville (the oldest), La Condamine, and Monte Carlo.

Monte Carlo is situated on a prominent escarpment at the base of the Maritime Alps along the French Riviera. Near the quarter's western end is the "world-famous Place du Casino, the gambling center ... that has made Monte Carlo an international byword for the extravagant display and reckless dispersal of wealth". It is also the location of the Hôtel de ParisCafé de Paris and Salle Garnier (the casino theatre which is the home of the Opéra de Monte-Carlo). The quarter's eastern part includes the community of Larvotto with Monaco's only public beach, as well as its new convention center (the Grimaldi Forum), and the Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort. At the quarter's eastern border, one crosses into the French town of Beausoleil (sometimes referred to as Monte-Carlo-Supérieur), and 8 kilometres (5 mi) to its east is the western border of Italy.

History

In 1856, Charles III of Monaco granted a concession to Napoleon Langlois and Albert Aubert, to establish a sea-bathing facility for the treatment of various diseases, and to build a German-style casino.

The initial casino opened in La Condamine in 1862, but was unsuccessful. It relocated several times, before reaching its present location in the "Les Spélugues" (The Caves) area of Monte Carlo. Success came slowly, largely because Monaco was inaccessible from much of Europe. The railway, installed in 1868, brought with it an influx of people, and Monte Carlo grew in wealth.

Saint-Charles Church on Monte Carlo's Avenue Sainte-Charles was completed in 1883. It was restored in its centenary year.

The municipality of Monte Carlo was created in 1911, when the constitution divided the principality of Monaco into three municipalities. Monte Carlo encompassed the existing neighborhoods of La Rousse/Saint Roman, Larvotto/Bas Moulins, and Saint Michel. The municipalities merged in 1917, after accusations that the government used them to "divide and conquer". Since then, they are wards (quartiers). Today, Monaco is divided into 10 wards, with an eleventh planned (but currently postponed) to encompass land reclaimed from the sea (see the "Administrative divisions" section of Monaco for additional details).

The quarter of Monte Carlo was served by tramways from 1898 to 1931. It linked all parts of Monaco (see transportation in Monaco). In 2003 a new cruise ship pier was completed in the harbour at Monte Carlo.

Geography

Monte Carlo has an area of 28.14 hectares (or 0.28 square kilometers) and faces the Mediterranean Sea, bordered on the west by Moneghetti and La Condamine, on the north by Saint Michel and on the east by La Rousse and Larvotto.

Climate

Monte Carlo has a hot-summer Mediterranean climate (Köppen climate classification: Csa), which is influenced by oceanic climate and humid subtropical climate. As a result, it has warm, dry summers and mild, rainy winters.

Monaco

Monaco, officially the Principality of Monaco,is a sovereign city-state and microstate on the French Riviera a few kilometres west of the Italian region of Liguria, in Western Europe, on the Mediterranean Sea. It is bordered by France to the north, east and west. The principality is home to 38,682 residents, of whom 9,486 are Monégasque nationals; it is widely recognised as one of the most expensive and wealthiest places in the world. The official language of the principality is French. In addition, Monégasque (a dialect of Ligurian), English and Italian are spoken and understood by many residents.

With an area of 2.02 km2 (0.78 sq mi), it is the second-smallest sovereign state in the world, after Vatican City. Its 19,009 inhabitants /km2 (49,230/sq mi) make it the most densely-populated sovereign state in the world. Monaco has a land border of 5.47 km (3.40 mi) and the world's shortest coastline of approximately 3.83 km (2.38 mi); it has a width that varies between 1,700 and 349 m (5,577 and 1,145 ft). The highest point in the state is a narrow pathway named Chemin des Révoires on the slopes of Mont Agel, in the Les Révoires ward, which is 161 m (528 ft) above sea level. The principality is about 15 km (9.3 mi) from the border with Italy Since 2013, it consists of nine administrative wards, the largest of which is Monte Carlo (Monte Carlo/Spélugues, 0.44 km2 (0.17 sq mi)), and the most populous of which is Larvotto (Larvotto/Bas Moulins, 5,443 residents as of 2008). Through ongoing land reclamation, started in 1861 and accelerating in the 1960s, Monaco's small land mass has expanded by 20 percent.

The principality is governed under a form of constitutional monarchy, with Prince Albert II as head of state, who wields immense political power despite his constitutional status. The prime minister, who is the head of government, can be either a Monégasque or a French citizen; the monarch consults with the Government of France before an appointment. Key members of the judiciary in Monaco are detached French magistrates. The House of Grimaldi has ruled Monaco, with brief interruptions, since 1297. The state's sovereignty was officially recognised by the Franco-Monégasque Treaty of 1861, with Monaco becoming a full United Nations voting member in 1993. Despite Monaco's independence and separate foreign policy, its defence is the responsibility of France, besides maintenance of two small military units.

Monaco's economic development was spurred in the late 19th century with the opening of the state's first casino, the Monte Carlo Casino, and a railway connection to Paris. Since then, Monaco's mild climate, scenery, and gambling facilities have contributed to the principality's status as a tourist destination and recreation centre for the rich. In more recent years, Monaco has become a major banking centre and has sought to diversify its economy into the services sector and small, high-value-added, non-polluting industries. Monaco is famous as a tax haven: the principality has no personal income tax (except for French citizens) and low business taxes. Over 30% of the residents are millionaires, with real estate prices reaching €100,000 ($116,374) per square metre in 2018.

Monaco is considered a global hub of money laundering, and in February 2023 was placed under review by the intergovernmental Financial Action Task Force watchdog, with the threat of being placed on its 'grey list', for its failures in financial supervision and reform to inhibit global criminality and terrorism financing.

Monaco is not formally a part of the European Union (EU), but it participates in certain EU policies, including customs and border controls. Through its relationship with France, Monaco uses the euro as its sole currency; before, it used the Monegasque franc, which was pegged, and exchangeable with, the French franc until 1 January 2002. Monaco joined the Council of Europe in 2004 and is a member of the Organisation internationale de la Francophonie (OIF). It is also the host of the annual street circuit motor race, the Monaco Grand Prix, one of the original Grands Prix of Formula One. The local motorsports association gives name to the Monte Carlo Rally, hosted in January in the French Alps. The principality has a club football team, AS Monaco, which competes in the French Ligue 1 and have become French champions on multiple occasions, and a basketball team, which plays in the EuroLeague. A centre of research into marine conservation, Monaco is home to one of the world's first protected marine habitats, an Oceanographic Museum, and the International Atomic Energy Agency Environment Labs, which is the only marine laboratory in the United Nations structure.

History

Monaco's name comes from the nearby 6th-century BC Phocaean Greek colony. Referred to by the Ligurians as Monoikos, from the Greek "μόνοικος", "single house", from "μόνος" (monos) "alone, single" + "οἶκος" (oikos) "house". According to an ancient myth, Hercules passed through the Monaco area and turned away the previous gods. As a result, a temple was constructed there. Because this "House" of Hercules was the only temple in the area, the city was called Monoikos. It ended up in the hands of the Holy Roman Empire, which gave it to the Genoese.

An ousted branch of a Genoese family, the Grimaldi, contested it for a hundred years before actually gaining control. Though the Republic of Genoa would last until the 19th century, they allowed the Grimaldi family to keep Monaco, and, likewise, both France and Spain left it alone for hundreds of years. France did not annex it until the French Revolution, but after the defeat of Napoleon it was put under the care of the Kingdom of Sardinia.

In the 19th century, when Sardinia became a part of Italy, the region came under French influence but France allowed it to remain independent. Like France, Monaco was overrun by the Axis powers during the Second World War and for a short time was administered by Italy, then the Third Reich, before finally being liberated. Although the occupation lasted for just a short time, it resulted in the deportation of the Jewish population and execution of several resistance members from Monaco. Since then Monaco has been independent. It has taken some steps towards integration with the European Union.

Arrival of the Grimaldi family

Following a grant of land from Emperor Henry VI in 1191, Monaco was refounded in 1215 as a colony of Genoa. Monaco was first ruled by a member of the House of Grimaldi in 1297, when Francesco Grimaldi, known as "Malizia" (translated from Italian either as "The Malicious One" or "The Cunning One"), and his men captured the fortress protecting the Rock of Monaco while dressed as Franciscan friars – a monaco in Italian – although this is a coincidence as the area was already known by this name.

Francesco was evicted a few years later by the Genoese forces, and the struggle over "the Rock" continued for another century. The Grimaldi family was Genoese and the struggle was something of a family feud. The Genoese engaged in other conflicts, and in the late 1300s Genoa lost Monaco after fighting the Crown of Aragon over Corsica. Aragon eventually became part of a united Spain, and other parts of the land grant came to be integrated piecemeal into other states. Between 1346 and 1355, Monaco annexed the towns of Menton and Roquebrune, increasing its territory by almost ten times.

1400–1800

In 1419, the Grimaldi family purchased Monaco from the Crown of Aragon and became the official and undisputed rulers of "the Rock of Monaco". In 1612, Honoré II began to style himself "Prince" of Monaco. In the 1630s, he sought French protection against the Spanish forces and, in 1642, was received at the court of Louis XIII as a "duc et pair étranger".

The princes of Monaco thus became vassals of the French kings while at the same time remaining sovereign princes. Though successive princes and their families spent most of their lives in Paris, and intermarried with French and Italian nobilities, the House of Grimaldi is Italian. The principality continued its existence as a protectorate of France until the French Revolution.

In 1793, Revolutionary forces captured Monaco and until 1814 it was occupied by the French (in this period much of Europe had been overrun by the French armies under the command of Napoleon Bonaparte). The principality was reestablished in 1814 under the Grimaldis, only to be designated a protectorate of the Kingdom of Sardinia by the Congress of Vienna in 1815. Monaco remained in this position until 1860 when, by the Treaty of Turin, the Sardinian forces pulled out of the principality; the surrounding County of Nice (as well as Savoy) was ceded to France. Monaco became a French protectorate once again.

Before this time there was unrest in Menton and Roquebrune, where the townspeople had become weary of heavy taxation by the Grimaldi family. They declared their independence, hoping for annexation by Sardinia. France protested. The unrest continued until Charles III of Monaco gave up his claim to the two mainland towns (some 95% of the principality at the time) that had been ruled by the Grimaldi family for over 500 years.

These were ceded to France in return for 4,100,000 francs. The transfer and Monaco's sovereignty were recognised by the Franco-Monégasque Treaty of 1861. In 1869, the principality stopped collecting income tax from its residents—an indulgence the Grimaldi family could afford to entertain thanks solely to the extraordinary success of the casino. This made Monaco not only a playground for the rich, but a favoured place for them to live.

20th century

Until the Monégasque Revolution of 1910 forced the adoption of the 1911 Constitution of Monaco, the princes of Monaco were absolute rulers. The new constitution slightly reduced the autocratic rule of the Grimaldi family and Prince Albert I soon suspended it during the First World War.

In July 1918, a new Franco-Monégasque Treaty was signed, providing for limited French protection over Monaco. The treaty, endorsed in 1919 by the Treaty of Versailles, established that Monégasque international policy would be aligned with French political, military and economic interests. It also resolved the Monaco succession crisis.

In 1943, the Italian Army invaded and occupied Monaco, forming a fascist administration. In September 1943, after Mussolini's fall from power, the German Wehrmacht occupied Italy and Monaco, and the Nazi deportation of the Jewish population began. René Blum, the prominent French Jew who founded the Ballet de l'Opéra in Monte Carlo, was arrested in his Paris home and held in the Drancy deportation camp outside the French capital before being transported to Auschwitz, where he was later murdered.[46] Blum's colleague Raoul Gunsbourg, the director of the Opéra de Monte-Carlo, helped by the French Resistance, escaped arrest and fled to Switzerland. In August 1944, the Germans executed René Borghini, Joseph-Henri Lajoux and Esther Poggio, who were Resistance leaders.

Rainier III, succeeded to the throne on the death of his grandfather, Prince Louis II, in 1949, and then ruled until 2005. On 19 April 1956, Prince Rainier married the American actress Grace Kelly, an event that was widely televised and covered in the popular press, focusing the world's attention on the tiny principality.

A 1962 amendment to the constitution abolished capital punishment, provided for women's suffrage and established a Supreme Court of Monaco to guarantee fundamental liberties. In 1963, a crisis developed when Charles de Gaulle blockaded Monaco, angered by its status as a tax haven for wealthy French citizens.

In 1993, the Principality of Monaco became a member of the United Nations, with full voting rights.

21st century

In 2002, a new treaty between France and Monaco specified that, should there be no heirs to carry on the Grimaldi dynasty, the principality would still remain an independent nation rather than revert to France. Monaco's military defense is still the responsibility of France.

On 31 March 2005, Rainier III, who was too ill to exercise his duties, relinquished them to his only son and heir, Albert. He died six days later, after a reign of 56 years, with his son succeeding him as Albert IISovereign Prince of Monaco. Following a period of official mourning, Prince Albert II formally assumed the princely crown on 12 July 2005,[53] in a celebration that began with a solemn Mass at Saint Nicholas Cathedral, where his father had been buried three months earlier. His accession to the Monégasque throne was a two-step event with a further ceremony, drawing heads of state for an elaborate reception, held on 18 November 2005, at the historic Prince's Palace in Monaco-Ville. On 27 August 2015, Albert II apologised for Monaco's role during World War II in facilitating the deportation of a total of 90 Jews and resistance fighters, of whom only nine survived. "We committed the irreparable in handing over to the neighbouring authorities women, men and a child who had taken refuge with us to escape the persecutions they had suffered in France," Albert said at a ceremony in which a monument to the victims was unveiled at the Monaco cemetery. "In distress, they came specifically to take shelter with us, thinking they would find neutrality."[55]

In 2015, Monaco unanimously approved a modest land reclamation expansion intended primarily to accommodate desperately needed housing and a small green/park area. Monaco had previously considered an expansion in 2008, but had called it off. The plan is for about six hectares (15 acres) of apartment buildings, parks, shops and offices to a land value of about 1 billion euros. The development will be adjacent to the Larvotto district and also will include a small marina. There were four main proposals, and the final mix of use will be finalised as the development progresses. The name for the new district is Anse du Portier.

On 29 February 2020, Monaco announced its first case of COVID-19, a man who was admitted to the Princess Grace Hospital Centre then transferred to Nice University Hospital in France.

On 3 September 2020, the first Monégasque satellite, OSM-1 CICERO, was launched into space from French Guiana, France aboard a Vega rocket. The satellite was built in Monaco by Orbital Solutions Monaco.





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Key features

A destination in itself

The Hotel is a place which is complete in itself. It is a source of wonder for your senses, emotions and dreams. The architecture and decoration are classical and timeless with a touch of modernism. Its warm Mediterranean spirit makes it different from other hotels – it is nearer to being an independent house.

The innovative and personalized services are a source of surprise and they charm its guests. It is a fashionable, elegant hotel. It is a place of sparkling life with a life in synergy with the Principality. It is also a refuge, offering relaxation and intimacy, where every guest has enough time to take pleasure from the hotel.

History

In 1886 the Hotel Company built the Hotel on land which previously belonged to Pope Leon XIII. Soon after, the most demanding international clientele was won over by the unostentatious luxury of this quiet hotel built in the “Belle Époque” style.

In the 1980s, Lebanese developer, Nabil Boustany, acquired the property and took on the major operation of restoring the hotel to its former brilliance. With the renovation came a new name, Metropole Palace, and a new level of luxurious hospitality.

In 2004, the Palace sold the hotel to the new Hotel company, which became a modern hotel with strong heritage. Its new image combines its glorious past with a Mediterranean freshness, a decor concept which meets the promise of the services proposed.

Rooms and Suites

Signature Suites

Carre D'or Suite

Revamped in November 2019, the Suite Carré d'Or of the Hotel is a symbol of luxury and charm, which offers a unique experience.

In order to find the perfect balance between tradition and modernity, elegance and comfort, the designer chose to dress the walls of this suite with a renowned name in tapestry: Pierre Frey. These new ivory tapestry with handmade brodery made of pink, light blue, lilac, green and purple blend perfectly with the honey-colored parquet floor, the Louis XVI furniture and the natural light emanating from the large bay windows and it’s 110 sqm terrace.

A prominent master bedroom opens out to a dressing-room with a vanity cupboard and bathroom, featuring a tub and massage jet shower. The large living room has a real library with more than 100 books and extends onto a majestic terrace with a luxuriant vegetal decor, imagined by the landscape designer, composed of a large variety of plants and trees.

Exclusive Services

  • Fast track and personalized welcome on your arrival at the airport
  • Transfer to and from the airport  in limousine
  • Dedicated “Suite Ambassador” from our guest relation’s team as a key contact during the entire stay
  • Housekeeper to assist you with your luggage to pack and unpack at your arrival and departure
  • A personalised welcome in your Suite, including delicacies and a bottle of Dom Pérignon champagne
  • Valet parking, covered and guarded parking
  • Lifestyle card privileges: Priority access to all restaurants of the hotel and the Spa by Givenchy. Free access to the Monte-Carlo Casino and many advantages in the shops of the Metropole Shopping Center Monte-Carlo

Information

  • Panoramic view on the Carré d’or, Casino de Monte-Carlo, gardens and Mediterranean Sea
  • 85 sq m and 110 sq m terrace / 915 sq ft and 1 185 sq ft
  • Located on the top floor
  • Interconnecting rooms available. The whole of the 7th floor is available for private occupation.
  • Pillows menu
  • Luxury bed linen
  • Complimentary digital newspapers and magazines
  • Stream your content to our television, VOD system
  • Bathroom with marble, sandstone and mahogany wood: Large bath, jet shower, natural essential oils, two countertop basins, two toilets, large-sized toiletries
  • Dressing
  • Air conditioning
  • Wifi
  • Safe
  • Private Bar with complimentary soft drinks, coffee and tea facilities

The Beluti Shoe Shine (for all Signature Suites)

Berluti was established in Paris in 1895 and has been built by four generations of shoemakers. The shoe making ‘savoir-faire’ and its bespoke ceremony are at the heart of the Maison. Dive into the universe and discover each step of this unique process. 6/9 – The final touch is the patina. It is applied with a technique by our Master colorists that makes it possible to perfect the color and obtain unique smokiness, transparencies, shades and nuances on the Venezia leather. The color palette is infinite: smoky grey-black, caviar, wine… This ‘savoir-faire’ cultivates our exclusiveness to give its own special colour to every shoe and bag.

Azur Suite

Located on the ground floor of the hotel, the Suite Azur offers large bay windows with a spectacular view.

The primary choice accommodation for Grand Prix aficionados offers the best views of the track right from your suite.

Exclusive Services

  • Housekeeper to assist you with your luggage to pack and unpack at your arrival and departure
  • Fast track and personalized welcome on your arrival at the airport
  • Transfer to and from the airport  in limousine
  • Dedicated “Suite Ambassador” from our guest relation’s team as a key contact during the entire stay
  • VIP welcome amenity in the Suite
  • Valet parking, covered and guarded parking
  • Lifestyle card privileges: Priority access to all restaurants of the hotel and the Spa. Complimentary access to the Monte-Carlo Casino and many advantages in the shops of the Metropole Shopping Center Monte-Carlo

Information

  • View on the Gardens of the Casino and Monaco Grand Prix racetrack
  • 63 sq m / 680 sq ft
  • Located on the ground floor
  • Interconnecting rooms available
  • The whole of the ground floor is available for private occupation
  • Pillows menu
  • Complimentary digital newspapers and magazines
  • Stream your content to our television, VOD system
  • Bathroom with marble, sandstone and mohagany wood: Large bath, jet shower, natural essential oils, two countertop basins, largte-sized toiletries
  • Air conditioning
  • Wifi
  • Safe
  • Private Bar with complimentary soft drinks, coffee and tea facilities

Prestige Suite

Prestige Suites are located on the top floor of the hotel.

Large bedrooms with in-suite bathrooms and walk-in wardrobe will ideally suit most discerning travelers.

Exclusive Services

  • Housekeeper to assist you with your luggage to pack and unpack at your arrival and departure
  • Our Guest Relations manager will be your key contact
  • VIP welcome amenity in the Suite
  • Valet parking, covered and guarded parking
  • Lifestyle card privileges: Priority access to all restaurants of the hotel and the Spa. Free access to the Monte-Carlo Casino and many advantages in the shops of the Metropole Shopping Center Monte-Carlo

Information

  • View on the Mediterranean Sea, Casino de Monte-Carlo and the Patio
  • 70 sq m + 10 sq m terrace / 755 sq ft + 110 sq ft terrace
  • Located on top floor
  • Interconnecting suites available
  • Pillows menu
  • Complimentary digital newspapers and magazines
  • Stream your content to our television, VOD system
  • Bathroom with marble, sandstone and mahogany wood: Large bath, jet shower, natural essential oils, two countertop basins, large-sized toiletries
  • Air conditioning
  • Wifi
  • Safe
  • Private Bar, coffee and tea facilities

Restaurant and Bar

Les Ambassadeurs

Watch the culinary magic of the chef and his team happen before your eyes…

This warm setting is the promise of a moment of sharing, where guests are invited to rediscover the flavours of the Mediterranean sublimated by the respect of French culinary art.

In the 1920s, the hotel opened the restaurant, Les Ambassadeurs, which became an emblematic address for French gastronomy with a Monegasque and international clientele.

A place not to be missed in the Principality.

Witnessing every movement of the Chef and his team, The Chef’s Table offers you a great view of their culinary skills to create sublime dishes for you. A bread and dessert trolley are amongst the highlights that delight guests with a selection of goods to be savoured.

A choreographed service that comes to life, like a theatre stage, where everything is personalised and played out in several acts. Courtesy, warmth and multiple attentions punctuate the gastronomic experience, ensuring that each guest feels pampered and enjoys a moment out of time.

Spa

A luxumakerious setting dedicated to well-being and beauty…

Discover the new Collection of treatments for this Winter:

Dare a glamorous interlude with Givenchy!

Let go with a relaxing and deep upper body massage for a real feeling of lightness. A radiance-boosting facial treatment completes this new ritual for radiant, smoothed skin and a luminous complexion to be sure to look sublime before, during and after the holidays.

The Hotel has chosen to collaborate with Rue de Verneull for the exclusive creation of a bag

This beautiful bag, RUE de VERNEUIL for ODYSSEY, is inspired by the design of the ODYSSEY by Karl Lagerfeld space and features the designer’s favourite colours: blue, white and grey. A creation that will accompany you all summer long and will follow you in all your activities. Exclusively available at the Spa Metropole by Givenchy and at ODYSSEY.

Elegance and refined non-conformism: this is what defines the lines of RUE de VERNEUIL bags. Their refined design and the noble natural materials used make the creations of this Parisian label great classics in the making. Created in 2014, RUE de VERNEUIL reflects the vision of Vincent Ribat. His references in fashion and architecture, and his particular affection for the field of luggage lead the designer to draw his inspiration from iconic and timeless models inspired by the style of the 1930s.

Odyssey

The ODYSSEY concept features a unique fresco-styled glass installation around the heated sea-water pool portraying Ulysses’ journey as well as beautifully-curated gardens, a lounge bar and a restaurant terrace.

This beautiful bag, RUE de VERNEUIL for ODYSSEY, is inspired by the design of the ODYSSEY by Karl Lagerfeld space and features the designer’s favourite colours: blue, white and grey. A creation that will accompany you all summer long and will follow you in all your activities. Exclusively available at the Spa Metropole by Givenchy and at ODYSSEY.

Elegance and refined non-conformism: this is what defines the lines of RUE de VERNEUIL bags. Their refined design and the noble natural materials used make the creations of this Parisian label great classics in the making. Created in 2014, RUE de VERNEUIL reflects the vision of Vincent Ribat. His references in fashion and architecture, and his particular affection for the field of luggage lead the designer to draw his inspiration from iconic and timeless models inspired by the style of the 1930s.

Covered throughout the winter, ODYSSEY is al fresco during the rest of the year.

ODYSSEY restaurant terrace is open every day for lunch from 12pm to 5pm, subject to availability.

Swimming Pool

Our professional coaches offer tailor-made swimming lessons and aquagym lessons adapted to your level and needs.

Just For You

The Hotel created the program “Just For You” with a selection of bespoke exclusive leisure activities for memorable and unforgettable experiences to be shared with your family or your friends. Let your dreams come true at the Hotel and live an ultimate experience.

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Cliff Jacobs (Nat Dpl Hotel Man (UJ). MPRE. GA Level 5 TEFL)

Managing Principal / CEO

Exquisite Hotel Consultants (Pty) Ltd

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