The Art of Charm
Known as the “discreet sister” of the Hôtel de Paris, it is a go-to for celebrities and cognoscenti who wish their stay be kept well under the radar. Despite its prestigious location—in the Carré d’Or district, only a few minutes away from the casino, the opera, the fashionable restaurants, and high-end stores—the hotel has the advantage of being guarded by an enormous garden on one side, which keeps the bustle of the city at bay, and on the other by the Mediterranean Sea.
The hotel has preserved a Belle Epoque style and décor over the years, which boasts marble floors, longcase clocks, and decorative urns. The rooms have been furnished with Louis XV-style chairs, marble bathrooms, monogrammed towels, and an endless supply of bathroom products from the legendary Parisian perfumer
The “Deluxe Sea View Rooms” offer the most breathtaking views towards the sea, and we recommend that travelers book these well in advanced, as they are highly coveted.
The Hermitage is also famous for the Vistamar restaurant, a one-Michelin star venue. Here, you can enjoy a sunny afternoon seafood feast before heading towards the Crystal Bar, where high-end cigars, cocktails, and snacks are served.O
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Texto: Andrés Ordorica ± Photo: HÔTEL HERMITAGE / HOTELHERMITAGEMONTECARLO / SCARLTET