|Location||1, Avenue Princesse Grace, Monte-Carlo, Monaco|
|Owner||David and Frederick Barclay|
|Design and construction|
Le Mirabeau is a high-rise building in Monaco. Formerly a luxury hotel, it is now a residential building.
It was built by the Caroli Group with concrete in the modernist architectural style in 1973. It is eighty-one metres high, with twenty-six storeys. It is the twelfth-tallest building in Monaco.
It was formerly a luxury hotel managed by Société des bains de mer de Monaco (SBM). The owners were David and Frederick Barclay, through their holding company called Ellerman Investments. It was home to La Coupole, a restaurant run by chef Didier Aniès, which received one star in the Michelin Guide. In 2004, the building was renovated by architects Ivan Brico and Ange Pecoraro. In December 2007, the hotel closed down. In May 2008, 1,000 SBM employees stopped outside the former hotel during their demonstration to express their discontent at their allegedly poor working conditions.
The Club des Résidents Etrangers de Monaco (CREM) is headquartered in this building.
- Le Mirabeau, Emporis
- J.B. Pastor & Fils Monaco: RÉSIDENCE LE MIRABEAU
- Groupe Caroli: Presentation
- Monaco's tallest buildings - Top 20, Emporis
- Monte-Carlo SBM: History
- Richard Fletcher, Barclay brothers hit by £2.2m loss at the Ritz, The Daily Telegraph, November 16, 2003
- Paul Murphy, Jon Henley, A police state for the rich, The Guardian, December 4, 1999
- Simon Clark, Erik Schatzker, Britain's Billionaire Barclay Twins Use Stealth to Amass Empire, Bloomberg, November 29, 2004
- Monaco Manifestation : près de 1 000 salariés dans la rue hier, Nice-Matin, May 08, 2008
- Green Plus: Mur végétal Résidence le Mirabeau 350 m2 à Monaco
- Club des Résidents Etrangers de Monaco: Contact
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