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The much anticipated reopening of Hotel Metropole Monte-Carlo will take place on Wednesday 21 April. After 4 months of renovations, the hotel is ready to welcome clientele into the spring-themed decor. The new “So Gardenly Metropole” atmosphere includes flowery and poetic scenes in the heart of the lobby, a pleasant and soothing entrance where time stands still.
World Premiere screening of a Compelling Investigative Documentary at the Monte-Carlo Television Festival
As part of its partnership and close collaboration with the Prince Albert II Foundation, the Monte-Carlo Television Festival will host the world premiere screening of the investigative documentary Lions, Bones & Bullets, on Monday, June 21 at 7:00 p.m. at the Grimaldi Forum Monaco. Several protagonists have collaborated on the documentary Lions, Bones & Bullets, produced by Jagged Peak Films, which reveals behind the scenes of a business which is apparently intended to supply lions to fans of trophy hunting, but hides something far more sinister.
It is one of the sporting events that has always borne the name of the Principality worldwide attracting spectators and sports Media from all over the world to follow the talented players as they search for a match point. The Monte-Carlo Masters is one of the oldest tennis tournaments, second in seniority only to Wimbledon. The Monte-Carlo Tennis tournament stemmed from a British style amateur challenge held on the courts behind the popular Hôtel de Paris, in 1897. Since then, its prestige has increased exponentially, changing locations and surviving World Wars I and II with great support from the Princely Family and Société des Bains de Mer. In 1928, the turning point was the creation of the Monte-Carlo Country Club and the terraced red clay tennis courts framed in that spectacular natural setting between rocks and sea. The Monte-Carlo Masters is a topical sporting and social event able to attract relevant figures of the international jet set and gentry.
On Thursday evening, Monaco firefighters arrived at the Larvotto parking on Princess Grace avenue, where they were called after reported explosions and a fire that engulfed construction materials at the Larvotto Beach construction site.
An unmissable event to immerse yourself in the most advanced technology and be involved in pioneering debates on sustainable mobility and renewable sources of energy. Since its establishment in 2006, EVER Monaco has been representing a fundamental showcase able to anticipate the times in the achievement of a new smart-city bias. The organizers of the 16th edition, sponsored by Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation and the Gouvernement Princier, agreed to a change of venue to better meet visitor requirements. The exhibition area will be held from the 5th until the 7th May 2021 in a new evocative location, the Espace Fontvieille, the most popular Chapiteau plunged in the modern and green district of the Principality.
An exciting journey through ancient Greece myths enlivened by vivid creations of the contemporary artist designer, Hubert le Gall. Villa Kérylos, is an architectural gem and overlooks the Mediterranean in Beaulieu-sur-Mer. It is an exceptional replica of the Délos island noble mansions and is offering us an exceptional experience. The joint work of the patron Theodore Reinach and the architect Emmanuel Pontremoli, in the early 20th century, this villa is now an Institut de France Museum, and plunges us into extremely refined ancient Greece aesthetics.
The summer holiday season is fast approaching and the airlines are jockeying for what they hope to be a partial boom as opposed to the bust of 2020.
And 2020 was indeed a shocker for Air France-KLM who announced losses reported at over 7 billion euros and a reorganization that threatens over 300 jobs reportedly especially around its provincial hubs like Nice, Marseille and Toulouse. The downsizing mostly involves bases that support operations rather than any of the flight routes per se. In fact the flight routes are being expanded.
Racing fans look forward to May, when the exclusive fiery parties traditionally organized by the Amber Lounge will return to the Principality of Monaco along with the Formula 1 Grand Prix. Sonia Irvine, the organizer of the most famous racing weekend events, shared with HelloMonaco what the public can expect this year.
It has been a gorgeous piece of history in the panorama of luxury hospitality since its establishment in 1886. Extremely popular among the most distinguished guests from all over the world, its authentic Belle Époque style is synonymous with a comfortable elegance and a high standard glamour. The Hôtel Métropole Monte-Carlo is reopening to the public with a renewed interior design ready to offer unique emotions and spread good vibes to all visitors. “Métropole Mood” initiative is being embellishing the stylish furnishings, by the French architect Jacques Garcia, with custom themed decorations that vary several times a year. On the 20th April 2021, HelloMonaco had the privilege to experience in preview the new floral display within a welcoming rendezvous and cocktail party, just before kicking off the new Season.