Le Meridien Beach Plaza

22 Ave Princesse Grace, Monte-Carlo, 98000, Monaco | 5 star hotel
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Monte Carlo - Day One

A travel blog entry by vanweezy

4

To get from London to Monte Carlo, there were quite a few hoops to jump through! We took a cab from our hotel to Heathrow Airport (which set us back 65 pounds!). Our flight to Nice wasn't too bad and we managed to catch a few naps here and there. At one point I woke up and heard the passenger in front of me say, "I had to buy an extra seat for my …

MONIED MONTE CARLO

A travel blog entry by mek1

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... found a small cafe on the water which was Italian so of course we stopped and Dennis ordered a pizza Quatro formaggio. It was quite good. We will leave for Genoa this afternoon. It will be about a 2 hour drive but first we must subdue our French GPS. It will be interesting. I am leaning a lot of French quickly. It is a matter of survival. I will be glad when we get to Italy and I can just speak with my hands!
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Grand Prix

A travel blog entry by ldschaub

4

... to people to get on the tenders. Since we ended up dropping anchor an hour late, there was a huge back log of people waiting to get on tenders and get on the guided tours. We opted to grab breakfast before standing in line for a while, which was best as it was another hour after we finished eating to get off of the ship. The tenders were fun but we were waiting for someone to get sick on the way over. Either that or fall out. But the trip to land ...

Monaco

A travel blog entry by mackayps

2

... the hill towards the roar of the engines. The entire circuit is fenced off and viewing points don't exist and they are screened off, walking around is near impossible as you need a pass to go anywhere . the good news was the race was just finishing and by 7 pm they were to open the streets again. Had a beer in one of the Casinos and then started a long walk down along the waterfront , through the tunnel that is ...

The Jewel in the Formula 1 Crown

A travel blog entry by bollinger_babe

6

... after one or two laps. Ear defenders or plugs really are a must. :-)

Even those who claim they are not really motor racing fans cannot help but get caught up in the excitement; it's infectious. From the tremendous noise and the smell of tyres and oil and petrol in the air, to the excited tones of the commentator coming over the loudspeaker and the cheers and shouts of the crowd, it really is a great day out. Add in ...

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This 5 star hotel, located on 22 Ave Princesse Grace, Monte-Carlo, is near Casino of Monte-Carlo, Oceanographic Museum and Aquarium (Musee Oceanographique), Les Thermes Marins Spa, and Opera de Monte-Carlo.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Le Meridien Beach Plaza Monte-Carlo

    Could be worse ... but Check your bill.

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    So! You want to stay in Monte Carlo for a few days, but (sensibly) you don't want to blow lots of money on the Paris hotel.

    Happy 40th birthday

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    As my birthday treat my partner took myself and my son for a week at this luxurious hotel! My parents had arranged for flowers to be sent to our room and they arrived in a vase. When my mother requested champagne - she was informed this would be on the house as it was for a birthday! This too duly arrived, along with some strawberries.

    The staff could not have been more helpful, cheerful and pleasant.

    The beach and pools were lovely and clean - all in all a totally amazing birthday treat. We will return again - and again!

    Disappointing

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    We thought we were splurging and opted for the suite with "magnificent sea views with floor to ceiling windows". Unfortunately we wasted alot of money on an average room. Our fantastic view was on the side of the hotel overlooking the street with a side view of the ocean, this was not what was described on their web site. Lots of construction which included having to walk through the rain to breakfast and then the tents started to leak all over the buffet!!! I won't be back....I'll head for the Grand Hotel next time.

    Excellent 2 week holiday

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    This was the 2nd time that we have been here and it was just as great as the 1st -everything about the hotel and the location is superb. There is building work going on at the moment but with very little disturbance - the bar, restuarant and reception have moved into the Sea Club conference centre, but is still connected to the hotel. All the staff are extremely helpful and the rooms are a great size, and we only had a sea view standard room.All in all, and excellent hotel, with good amenities and we will returning again next year.

    So good had to go back

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    I visited this hotel on a girlie holiday back in nov 2002. It was our first time in Monaco and we were extremely pleased with our holiday travel arrangements (arrived in monte carlo via helicopter from the airport) and even moreso the hotel its self. On arriving in reception we were greeted by friendly and helpful staff and the surroundings were fabulous. On reaching our room we both had a queen size bed and small seating area with mini bar and a very luxurious bathroom, (Id love to see what the superior rooms are like !!!) The restaurant was excellant with lovely staff and an extensive menu. All in all our visit was such a success we went the following year nov 2003 with another 2 friends who were as impressed as we were. A definate one not to miss. We WILL return !!

    Next time the 'Grand Casino Hotel'

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    I have tried this facility twice. The first was a company trip and then we returned on our own. The hotel was nice, which is why I returned for more bad treatment. I thought the bad treatment was due to the company trip,but much to my chagrin it wasn't. The proximity to Paris must put these folks in a rude attitude. Beautiful beaches ,and rude ***** I guess that's it.

    Try somewhere else

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    please try to book elsewhere in Monaco - we had a very disappointing stay recently, half of the staff were rude, the hotel is undergoing extensive modernisation and is half closed - its looks as it is overlooking a building site and is very noisy throughout weekdays - the reception, bar and restaurant are all temporary and very soulless. Try somewhere else until December 2004 when building work is expected to be completed

    Great stay

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    Very nice hotel. Rooms are very large and include all amenities. The rooms overlooking the sea are more expensive, but well worth it. The staff were all very friendly. However, I noticed that people who didn't make an effort to speak French were not as well received. Just try a little. The hotel has a huge outdoor pool, and a private beach. This can't be said for many hotels in Monaco-- it was great. I can't speak for the food at the hotel as it was too expensive for our budget. There were many restaurants within a 10 minute walk on rue de Portier. The hotel was not near the center of the city, but that was OK as the bus system is very easy to understand and is reasonably priced. Only a 5 minute bus ride to the casino area, and a 10 minute bus ride to the Prince's palace.

    Try another hotel

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    One of the only nice things about this hotel was that it was on the water. Half the staff was rude-half were great, the bed uncomfortable, and the food very overpriced (although they did have a great menu, the food was good to eat and they had no trouble making me something I was craving not on the menu). I stayed on the top floor and was supposed to have special amenities. They would do things like bring you a water bottle - then take it away if you didn't drink it by a specific time. They did bring champagne and apertif's around 7 pm. The Hermes products are nice if you are a man- but not a very nice smell for a lady. I would have asked for a different product- but any question was met with disdain. I was upposed to have a private check-out- but that never developed and my last immpression was of a smart alec woman at the front desk. I have stayed in hotels all over the world- this was one of the worst experiences I have ever had. I wish I could have written a glowing review- I did not go into the drilling and hammering going on....(as this is temporary-yet not for me) but I could not. I have tried to point out some of the nice qualities...Monaco was a marvelous place to visit- I would find a different hotel though.

    Good Accommodations

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    First, I should qualify my review by saying my stay was brief, as we were transiting southern France, arrived late, and checked out relatively early.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Le Meridien Beach Plaza Monte-Carlo

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent