With a scintillating Grand Prix and sportscars at every turn, Monte-Carlo is synonymous with motoring. If you’re a petrolhead revving into the diminutive city between now and September 30, why not celebrate Maserati with this pop-up suite at Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo. The iconic hotel has partnered with “Il Tridente” to transform Suite 321-322 into a true homage to the Italian marque, harking back to another special meeting six decades ago, when Maserati driver Juan Manuel Fangio topped the podium at the 1957 Monaco Formula 1 Grand Prix.
Located on the third floor of the luxury Monegasque hotel, the Maserati Pop-up Suite offers views of the sea and the iconic Casino de Monte-Carlo, from an understated living room, the decorators have created a central pillar – a sort of nucleus with spaces surrounding it – highlighting a resolutely modern lifestyle. "Absolute minimalism" is the secondary theme, with a suite that reflects the style of the Modena automotive brand. The impressive headboard comes in refined fabric by Ermenegildo Zegna embellishing the wall and the grain leather armchairs resembles the interior of the brand's sumptuous sedans.
The Maserati package includes:
Maserati transfers to/from Nice airport
A Maserati Trident Cabriolet at the guest’s disposal to drive a during the entire stay
A cocktail buffet of Modena-style dishes and a Laurent Perrier Cuvée Rosé champagne
One cryotherapy session at the Thermes Marins Monte-Carlo
Guests staying on July 1 & 2 have the exclusive opportunity to climb aboard the Maserati maxi trimaran