One of Monaco’s most famous hotels, the Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo, has just unveiled a luxury pop-up suite, Suite 321, a collaboration with Dom Pérignon champagne. Baroque Travel has all the details
Suite 321 at the Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo is a one-of-a-kind collaboration between two luxury brands. As a pop-up, it is a temporary suite that has been designed to combine the luxury of both the hotel and the champagne. This is evident everywhere in the suite, including its fabrics, décor, styling and furniture. The rooms feature a striking black and bronze color theme, with spotlights of precious materials plus a special table where guests can enjoy a taste of the finest French champagne.
Guests who are lucky enough to enjoy a stay at Suite 321 receive a precious bottle of 2006 vintage Dom Pérignon as well as a delightful five-course dinner for two, specially designed for the collaboration by Alain Ducasse and crafted by the hotel’s executive chef, Franck Cerutti. The meal is served with another special bottle of Dom Pérignon, P2 1998. In fact, the entire menu has been designed to highlight this particular vintage’s unique and exceptional qualities.
Those guests staying for three or more nights in Suite 321 enjoy another special experience, a personal visit to the hotel’s Dom Pérignon wine cellars, where they can enjoy sampling some of the brand’s rarest vintages.
Suite 321 will only be open until 31 May 2016, so it’s best that you book now if you’re planning to visit this exclusive enclave. Although the 150-year-old hotel is open to guests, it is in the process of being meticulously refurbished to include a new courtyard, pool, spa and rooftop villa that comes with its own private garden and pool. The existing 53 rooms and suites are also going to be remodelled and the hotel will be complete by September 2018.
Meanwhile, guests to this exclusive hotel can enjoy a stay at Suite 321. The cost for spending just one night in this magnificent suite is $6,403 (€4,500). If you spend longer, then additional nights will cost you $3,608 (€2,733). This includes breakfast and transfers to and from Nice Airport in a Mercedes S-Class.