Be relax in Monaco

After a successful half or full day meeting, it is always good to suggest to your guests a nice way to relax…Before that your guests return to their rooms, here are some good ideas to recharge their batteries.

A wellness break to relax

What could be better to be pampered in a spa by expert hands? Les Thermes Marins of Monte-Carlo will relax your guests after the many shares and presentations of the day. It’s up to them to choose cares among all their offers. Cryotherapy, massage, hammam, sauna… Do not hesitate to ask for the menu !

A great breath of fresh air to recharge your batteries

Your guests need a breath of fresh air… No doubt a good walk will have a greater benefit! The more athletic will put their sneakers on for a good run on the seaside along Le Corbusier promenade and for the others, they will appreciate a nice walk along the Larvotto and to discover some of Monaco’s most emblematic places such as the Grimaldi Forum, the Japanese Garden or the New National Museum of Monaco.

Cocktail at the American Bar

If your guests are fond of cosy and jazzy atmospheres, it is at the American Bar of the Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo, they will enjoy a delicious signature cocktail. Its musical programme, its menu of excellence, its tasty snacks will make this moment a pure moment of pleasure. Within these mythical walls, they can debrief the day that has just passed… or enjoy the present moment… quite simply!

Shopping break

Monte-Carlo Shopping promenade brings together some forty shops a stone’s throw from the Casino Square. Something to please your guests or to spoil their loved ones. Start the walk around “One Monte-Carlo”, then walk along the Hotel Hermitage Monte-Carlo and join Avenue de Monte-Carlo and Alley François Blanc. Here, all the great names in fashion and luxury industry have met under the sun.

Cultural break to escape

Monaco is also a very beautiful cultural destination that brings together a rich and captivating heritage. After a long day of work, why not visit the Princely Palace or the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco or for the ones attracted by cars, The SAS Prince of Monaco car collection which is open to the public.

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