Hôtel de Paris

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Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo
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Hotel chainMonte Carlo SBM
General information
LocationMonte Carlo, Monaco
AddressPlace du Casino
Opening1863 (1863)
OwnerGergely Vincze
Design and construction
ArchitectGobineau de la Brétonnerie (1862)[1]
Jules Dutrou (1865 expansion)
Édouard Niermans (1908 remodel of the public rooms)
Official website

The Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo is a hotel located in Monaco. It was opened in 1863 as part of the development of Monaco by the Société des bains de mer de Monaco. It has undergone a $280 million and more than four years complete renovation and reopened in March 2019.[2]


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The hotel has 99 rooms divided into four pricing categories.[3][third-party source needed]

Restaurants consist of the Michelin 3-star Louis XV, the Michelin 1-star Le Grill and Le Bar Americain.[4]

In popular culture[edit]

The hotel has been featured in numerous films, including Confessions of a Cheat (1936), The Red Shoes (1948), Iron Man 2 (2010), Monte Carlo (2011), and two James Bond films; Never Say Never Again (1983) and GoldenEye (1995). It was also portrayed in the 2012 animated film Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted.[5] It was a popular shooting location[6] for photographer Helmut Newton.[7]


  1. ^ Gobineau designed the original hotel, Dutrou significantly expanded the building from its original two storeys, and Niermans remodeled the public rooms. See Denby, Elaine (2004). Grand Hotels: Reality and Illusion, p. 92. London:Reaktion Books. ISBN 9781861891211. Preview at Google Books. Denby incorrectly gives Dutrou's first names as Jean-Baptiste. His first name was actually Jules. See Folli, Andrea; Merello, Gisella (2004). "The Splendour of the Garnier Rooms at the Monte Carlo Casino", p. 116 in Charles Garnier and Gustave Eiffel on the French and Italian Rivieras: The Dream of Reason (in English and French). Marseilles: Editions Imbernon. ISBN 9782951639614.
  2. ^ "Inside the $280 million facelift of Princess Grace's favorite hotel". CNN. Retrieved 1 June 2021.
  3. ^ "En.hoteldeparismontecarlo.com". Archived from the original on 2007-02-16. Retrieved 2010-02-10.
  4. ^ "Le Bar Americain". World's Best Bars. Retrieved 13 November 2019.
  5. ^ Madagascar 3 – Europe’s Most wanted: The joyful band of animals arrives in Monaco! (Hotel de Paris website)
  6. ^ Mower, Sarah. "The 'King of Kink' Made Naughty Fashionable". Retrieved 2018-08-02.
  7. ^ PhotoDocus (2014-04-08), Photographer Helmut Newton - Frames from the Edge, retrieved 2018-08-02