Most expensive and exclusive suite on the French Riviera

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.
Housed on two floors of the hotel's new wing, the Monte Carlo's Princess Grace suite was designed with the blessing of the Monaco royal family, which donated Princess Grace's artwork, family photos and her favorite literary and poetic works from their private collection.

The palatial penthouse has two luxury bedrooms with dressing rooms, two bathrooms complete with sauna and steam room, multiple lounges, a dining room and an office.
Floor-to-ceiling windows pull in plenty of natural daylight to illuminate the suite's calming neutral color scheme, plush fabrics and gilded furnishings.

A curved staircase decorated with a crystal chandelier links the two floors of the duplex as well as a discreet elevator.
The lower floor of the suite occupies the hotel's now completely revamped seventh floor. The upper deck, covering the entire eighth floor was added during the hotel's refurbishment.Building materials include mother-of-pearl inlays and high quality Carrara marble from Italy's Tuscany region. The hotel's facelift forms part of renovations to an entire block surrounding the ritzy new One Monte Carlo office and residential development, which reportedly cost in excess of $782 million.
For guests of the Princess Grace suite, the luxury and glamor goes beyond the interior, extending to an exclusive 440-square-meter outdoor space also set across two floors.
The elegant terrace features a manicured garden, a heated infinity pool and Jacuzzi, not to mention 180-degree views from the Prince's Palace to the Italian Riviera.
Hotel de Paris, Place du Casino, Monaco; +377 98 06 88 64
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