Hôtel de Paris

Coordinates: 43°44′20″N 7°25′37″E / 43.7389°N 7.4270°E / 43.7389; 7.4270
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Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo
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General information
Architectural styleBelle Époque
LocationPlace du Casino
Monte Carlo, Monaco
Opened1864; 159 years ago (1864)
OwnerSociété des Bains de Mer
Design and construction
Architect(s)Godinot de la Bretonnerie (1862)
Jules Dutrou (1865 expansion)
Édouard Niermans (1908 remodel of the public rooms)[1]

The Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo is a luxury hotel that is located at Place du Casino in Monte Carlo, Monaco. It was opened in 1864 as part of the development of Monaco by the Société des Bains de Mer. In March 2019, the hotel reopened after undergoing a $280 million renovation, which took more than four years to complete.[2]


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

The restaurants at the hotel consist of Le Louis XV (Michelin 3-star), Le Grill (Michelin 1-star), Le Bar Americain,[4] and Em Sherif.[5]

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 filmsNever Say Never Again (1983) and GoldenEye (1995). It was also portrayed in the 2012 animated film Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted.[6]

In addition, it was a popular shooting location[7] for photographer Helmut Newton.[8]


  1. ^ Godinot de la Bretonnerie 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, but 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. ^ "Yasmina Hayek : Em Sherif à Monte-Carlo, une destination de rêve". L'Orient-Le Jour. 2022-05-19. Retrieved 2022-08-24.
  6. ^ Madagascar 3 – Europe’s Most wanted: The joyful band of animals arrives in Monaco! (Hotel de Paris website)
  7. ^ Mower, Sarah. "The 'King of Kink' Made Naughty Fashionable". Retrieved 2018-08-02.
  8. ^ PhotoDocus (2014-04-08), Photographer Helmut Newton - Frames from the Edge, archived from the original on 2020-11-13, retrieved 2018-08-02

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