Monaco is home to some extraordinary events and experiences, here is our top pick on what you should be looking out for this Autumn.
Festival des Etoiles Monte-Carlo – Michelin-Starred Chefs
Foodies cannot let the opportunity pass of having not one but two Michelin-starred chefs cook for them. During the festival, the Monte-Carlo Societe des Bains de Mer resort will have none other than Alain Ducasse (Le Louis XV – Alain Ducasse a l’Hotel de Paris), Marcel Ravin (Blue Bay at the Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort), Dominique Lory (Le Grill at the Hotel de Paris Monte-Carlos), and Yannick Alleno (Pavyloon Monte-Carlo at the Hotel Hermitage Monte-Carlo) pairing up to prepare the ultimate gastronomic experience.
RELAX AT THE GIVENCHY SPA
The Spa Metropole by Givenchy is a luxurious space, dedicated to beauty and well-being. Designed by architect Didier Gomez and elegantly integrated into the Palace, the spa embodies the entire philosophy of the House’s establishments: the selection of a unique location, luxurious spaces, the sophistication of the treatments, absolute pleasure and well-being. Each care ritual is a “haute couture” creation, offering a sensorial and singular experience for each guest.
Paul Ricard Circuit
An adrenalin fuelled experience like no other, drive the most beautiful GT and Supercars our team can find for you. Experience driving on the different tracks of the Paul Ricard circuit under the supervision of qualified instructors. Select your track, the number of laps and the car of your dreams such as Ferrari 458, Ferrari 488 GTB, Lamborghini Huracan, Porsche 991 GT3, and many more. Fasten your seatbelt, and put your foot down!
THE ODEON SPA
The Odéon Spa, designed by Alberto Pinto offers 1,800m2 of luxurious space, dedicated to beauty and well-being. There is an exceptional pool, steam room, sauna and jacuzzi, as well as luxury treatments offered by their expert therapists. For those looking to work out, there is a fitness area with state-of-the-art equipment. The spa is housed within the Tour Odéon — the Principality’s tallest building — which was created by the collective vision of developer Groupe Marzocco and architect Alexandre Giraldi.