With €30,000 you can do a lot of thing. Or, just one – to stay one night at Hotel de Paris Monte Carlo’s new Princess Grace Suite. Yes, that’s right, the Princess Grace Suite will, according to the hotel, be “the most exclusive and exceptional setting on the Riviera”.
The opulent two-bedroom Princess Grace suite is the centrepiece of four-year, multimillion dollar renovations at the Hotel de Paris Monte-Carlo in the swanky Mediterranean principality of Monaco.
Occupying the seventh and eighth floors and an immense 9,800sq ft (910sq metres), it incorporates two bedrooms, three lounges, sauna and a vast terrace with elevated infinity pool, granite hot tub and sweeping views of the Mediterranean.
The suite is stocked with works of poetry and fiction that were once part of Princess Grace’s personal library, and each room features lush bouquets of her namesake blush-pink Grace roses.
Guests will have at their disposal a fleet of staff on speed dial to coordinate everything from heliport pick-ups to the personalized mini bar and wine cellar to in-suite dining experiences courtesy of Michelin-starred chef Alain Ducasse.
The perks extend beyond the hotel.
Those booking the coveted suite enjoy access to a dedicated private booth at the fancy Thermes Marins Monte-Carlo, a 6,600m2 wellness haven offering a hub of high-tech treatments.
In 1976, Princess Grace of Monaco celebrated her 20th wedding anniversary with Prince Rainier III in the wine cellar of the Hotel de Paris Monte-Carlo.
As well as the princess, everyone from Rita Hayworth and Cary Grant to modern-day music icons Beyoncé and Jay-Z have all graced the suites of this illustrious five-star establishment.