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Relaxation and Beauty: Hotel Metropole Reopens after Renovations

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.

Gastronomy by Chef Christophe Cussac

The public can discover or rediscover the culinary creations of the hotel’s Chef des Cuisines, Christophe Cussac and his teams at the starred Yoshi restaurant for Japanese cuisine in contemporary decor.

Yoshi the only Japanese restaurant on the French Riviera to have been awarded a Michelin star since 2010. Nigiri, makis, sashimi, fish and meat cooked with teppanyaki accompanied by the best sake, whiskey or Japanese green teas. The restaurant’s chic decor, by French interior architect Didier Gomez, opens onto a Japanese-inspired garden designed by landscape designer Jacques Messin.

Well-being, relaxation and beauty

Take a relaxing break by hitting the Metropole by Givenchy Spa for skincare rituals and treatments. Designed by interior designer Didier Gomez, the Spa Metropole by Givenchy reflects the sophistication and modernity of the House down to the smallest detail.

The Odyssey, an exceptional setting imagined and designed by Karl Lagerfeld with a garden, a swimming pool and a lounge bar is known as a true oasis of well-being nestled in the heart of Monte-Carlo.

The Hotel Metropole Monte-Carlo has been nominated again this year for the Travel + Leisure World Travel Best Awards.

History of the Hotel: built on land that belonged to Pope Leo XIII

In 1886, the Hotel Metropole was established on land that belonged to Pope Leo XIII. International clientele came to the discreet place of luxury built in a Belle Epoque style. In the 1980s, Nabil Boustany, a Lebanese developer, bought the Metropole and undertook major renovation works. Renamed the ‘Metropole Palace’ the establishment regained its brilliance and cozy, welcoming luxury.

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