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Hotels in Monaco

Hotels in Monaco

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Currency

Euro

Languages

The most commonly spoken language is French.

Fun Facts

This city state is smaller than New York's Central Park.

Local Time

1 hour ahead of UK Time

Frequently Asked Questions

With its lovely setting on the French Riviera, you’ll have mild temperatures even in the winter months, as well as consistently hot summers. Sun worshippers will want to visit around the peak of the summer in July and August, while anyone looking for a more relaxed break and milder days should book around March to May, or September and October.
A restful stay in Monaco is easy to achieve from hotels in Fontvieille. Port de Fontvieille is worth a wander to take time out from the busyness of the city and admire its backdrop of towering cliffs. Stroll around the rose collection (there are 615 different types) of Roseraie Princesse Grace, or see UNESCO Garden, which has sculptures and a large fountain.Couples should go for hotels in Monte Carlo, part of Monaco that’s synonymous with the good life. If you feel flush, visit Casino Square where you’ll discover opulent venues and glitzy restaurants. The Japanese Garden is less than 10 minutes’ walk away, with a waterfall, islands and a tea house. Go to the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco to see sharks, turtles and neon coral.Hotels in La Condamine are great for families. From this base, you can easily get to the Jardin Exotique de Monaco to tour the cacti and the eclectic rock formations of the Observation Caves. A 20-minute walk from here, there’s the Zoological Garden of Monaco. The animals have all been donated or abandoned, and you can see 250 different ones, including turtles, hippos and monkeys.To be based in the centre of Monaco, go for hotels in Monaco-Ville. You’ll be on the doorstep of the Prince’s Palace of Monaco and ten minutes away on foot from the Cathedrale Notre-Dame-Immaculée, the last home of Princess Grace of Monaco. The Old Monaco Museum (open June–September) hosts a collection of historic art and costumes that’s worth an afternoon visit.

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