Dom Pérignon Pop-Up Suite at the Hotel de Paris, Monte Carlo

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Hotel de Paris, Monte Carlo

First opened in 1864, the Hotel de Paris is an iconic landmark in Monte Carlo. It’s here where chef Alain Ducasse established himself as one of the world’s top chefs at Le Louis XV, and where visitors flock to the legendary Bar Américain. Since October 2014, the Hotel de Paris has been undergoing a major restoration work, closing in phases for the full refurbishment that’s expected to be completed in 2018.

In exciting Monaco news for the spring, the Hotel de Paris will host a pop-up suite by Dom Pérignon. The prestigious champagne brand has teamed up with the hotel to transform the suite 321-322 with new décor (a bronze and black design) reflecting its P2 1998 vintage. Guests of this suite will experience a unique dinner concept designed by Alain Ducasse and executed by Head Chef Franck Cerutti- inspired by Dom Pérignon P2 1998. To quote: “The menu will showcase the mineral, iodine, the spiced singularity of this vintage.” The suite will be open from March 7- Mary 31, 2016; priced from €4,500 a night, including dinner for two.

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