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Pontuação dos viajantes
Perfil dos viajantes
Viagem a sós
Viagem com amigos
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Qualidade do sono
Vista linda, mas o hotel não tinha muita "alma"
Avaliou em 18 de Janeiro de 2015
A vista é espetacular, o quarto com uma decoração moderna e clean, e só.
Eles disponibilizam bicicletas elétricas para quem quiser dar uma pedalada, achei isso um ponto positivo.
Tem um restaurante na parte externa que é uma ótima opção para tomar um drink no final do dia, vendo o pôr do sol.
Bom localização a preço de ouro
Avaliou em 2 de Setembro de 2013
Visitamos Mônaco no fim de semana, e optamos por este hotel por sua localização. Os quartos são bons, mas pequenos, sendo o direrencial a vista para o mar e os iates. Outro ponto positivo são os vidros duplos, que tornam possivel dormir em silêncio mesmo quando há eventos e música ao vivo no hotel. Entretanto, as diárias de temporada são absurdamente altas, deixando uma sensação de que pagou-se muito por pouco hotel, e serviços apenas razoáveis. A piscina é muito boa, bem como a área de cadeiras próxima ao mar. Entretanto, se além de guarda-sol e cadeira (inclusos na diária) você quiser uma "cabana", esteja preparado para pagar 250 E por dia. Os preços dos restaurantes e bebidas são bem "razoáveis", se considerarmos o perfil do hotel e da cidade.
Como pontos negativos, saliento o péssimo serviço de garçons na praia, o fato que o café da manhã encerra às 10:30 hs e que a cozinha do bar da praia abre apenas ao meio dia, e acima de tudo, os vestiários e chuveiros que são oferecidos a quem precisa permanecer no hotel após o término da diária, como aconteceu comigo: pequenos, apertados, sem privacidade, totalmente incompatíveis com as diárias praticadas e o nível pretendido pelo hotel.
Se o seu foco principal for passar o dia ao mar, este hotel é uma boa opção, entretanto reserve sabendo que vai pagar muito caro por esta comodidade. Se o seu foco for passeios e vida noturna, há muitas outras opções em Monte Carlos com custo benefício bem melhor.
Heaven on beach
Avaliou em 28 de Julho de 2020
Located at the tip of the French Riviera; but Monaco style... This small extra luxury -almost boutique- is the pearl of (many) all 5 stars rated hotels in the Principauté.
Location is BY the beach, rooms are extra comfortable with all goodies around. All have this view...
Service is impeccable, attentive and even kind of caring in these troubled times.
Direct access to « Le Beach » is a true blessing with an Olympic size seawater swimming pool.
The other true happiness lays in the « tente » (cabanas) by the sea with another impeccable service for a fantastic lunch, feet in the sand, facing the Mediterranean mare nostrum...
Finally one -noticeable- complaint; restaurant service for the guests is limited -said COVID-19- the Elsa (👍) and La Vigie are not opened every day ! You may end up room servicing.. Not so great for a 5 stars..
Prices are as expected for such a service & spot in Europe, so go, enjoy and spend...
One of the best hotel in the world
Avaliou em 28 de Março de 2020
Monte Carlo Beach hotel is one of the best hotel in the world.
Rooms are well decorated in a "Cocteau" style, and some have a terrace where you can have your breakfast.
The very big advantage of the hotel is its resort, a huge private beach in monte carlo with an olympic swimming pool and almost all water activities are proposed (payment in addition).
Once there, you never want to leave.
Exquisite hotel with perfect views of Monaco
Avaliou em 26 de Janeiro de 2020
MCBR is an exquisite hotel in an almost perfect location. 98% of the experience was A+ and what was not can easily be addressed.
It is actually in Roquebrun Cap Martin, France, not Monaco. To reach the center of Monaco, you can easily: (1) walk to the center of Monaco (e.g. the casino) right down Ave Princess Grace in about 20 minutes; (2) take the public bus which stops / picks up about a 7 minute walk away in front of the MC Bay Resort hotel nearby; or (3) take the free hotel shuttle, which runs from 9 am to 6:20 pm, to the Hotel Hermitage right at the Grand Casino.
One reason we chose this hotelw was the easy access to the coastal walking path, which was closed when we were there which was terribly disappointing. However, you can easily walk from the MCBH to anywhere in Monaco.
One highlight is the evening view from the room's terrace of the lights of Monaco - the Grand Casino, the palace, and all of the glittering high rises and mega yachts - across the water. On a moonlit night, sitting on your terrace wtih this view is magnifique!
+ Wonderful, beautiful, great views
+ Has large pool and beach, which has a separate entrance for the public from the parking lot. Not free. Cabana rentals are very pricey ( E50 - 100 / day) but are large and come with white tablecloth covered tables and cabana service.
-- very small gym.
+ access to the huge Monaco Thermal Spa complex at the sister Hermitage Hotel by the Grand Casino, which has a small but ok gym with an incredible view of the marina and palace. It can be awkward to find, though - enter the Hermitage (a gracious 5 star), go straight back and to the left and down a hallway; then take the little elevator on the right down to the Thermal Matin Spa. We felt incredibly awkward dressed in gym attire among all of the chic people in the hotel.
=/- if you don't have a car, you need to take the bus or a taxi to / from town in the evening as the shuttle stops at 6:20 pm. It also does not wait at the little stop in front of the hotel driveway.
Elsa - very expensive. Breakfast was 42 euros and not that great, although the beignets were good. Nice views.
La Vigie bar at the point over the water is pretty and busy; tropical theme with bamboo hut look and couches as well as chairs. Great views of the sea and the yachts and the city. Very expensive and (the night we were there) very bad wine at 18 euros a glass (chardonnay, cote de provence, and pouilly fume
This is a truly beautiful hotel. The room decor, in pale dove gray and cream, is very calming. Our suite had a living room area and a separate bedroom, with two bathrooms. Air conditioning worked very well which was key.
Living area --
+ large terrace with great views - this is the highlight of this room.
+ built in table, bench, and one chair
--- refrigerator was a fullly packed automated "mini bar" so we were not able to use it to store our own water and other things; this was disappointing. It would be nice to have the option of a stocked frig mini bar or an empty frig into which you could put your own things
--- room came with two wine glasses and two champagne glasses; however, after using them we put them prominently on the table and housekeeping just left them there, dirty, and did not replace them with clean ones. We then had to ask for clean glasses each day and tip. Dirty glasses should be removed and replaced daily.
+ sliding doors between living and bedroom
+ dark at night so can hear waves
+ large walk in closet (although not big enough for two people to be in there at the same time) with built in shelving for storage and lots of hangers
-- only 1 luggage rack - when will hotels realize that many people travel as a couple and each person has their own suitcase, and thus provide 2 luggage racks in every room? there was no space for the second suitcase in the room.
+ excellent lighting and dimming
+ very clean
Two -- a large one with double sinks and a tub; and a smaller one with a shower and one sink.
+ good counter space and room for two people to get ready
-- both people use the shower so it meant a lot of going back and forth between each bathroom
+ nice towels and robes
+ marble counters; good lighting; lots of toiletries in drawers; great lemon shampoo
Parking - has a very large lot for the beach club, filled with super supercars.
our thianks especially to Lucie, the desk clerk who was so helpful to us upon check in when our room was not ready for a couple of hours. They did not offer us anything on a hot day waiting for our room, which was surprising, leaving us to walk around the area for several hours and find some water to buy.