Monaco’s Shining Star

 

Maguy Maccario-Doyle
Maguy Maccario-Doyle

In a principality like Monaco, taste is everything. It’s also something that Maguy Maccario-Doyle has in spades. She wears many hats: not only is Maccario-Doyle consul general of Monaco and director of the Monaco Government Tourist Office, she is also vice president of The Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation-USA. Ahead of the annual “Monaco Takes New York” week (October 11-17), Maccario-Doyle shares with Luxury Travel Advisor some of her most prized possessions and loves.

 

 

 

I Can’t Live Without: Fine wines and time with my daughters, Kim and Gabby.
Favorite Vacation Spot (not Monaco): Santa Fe, NM.
Favorite Hotel: Algodon Mansion, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Top Monaco Hot Spot: Yoshi (Joël Robuchon’s latest at the Hôtel Métropole in Monte Carlo).
First Travel Memory: Marrakech. The colors of the sky, sand and sea contrasted with the Atlas Mountains.
Car: BMW 535xi (I own); Aston Martin V8 Vantage (I wish).
Restaurants: Le Bernardin and SHO Shaun Hergatt, both in New York.
Watch: Chaumet (I own); Van Cleef & Arpels Secret Tuileries (I wish).
Mobile phone: BlackBerry Curve.
Music: Ravel, Count Basie, Norah Jones, Diana Krall, Nat King Cole, Eva Cassidy, Frank Sinatra.
Laptop: Sony VAIO.
Clothing (for professional use): Blumarine and Rena Lange.
Clothing (for travel use): Jeans and tops by Victoria’s Secret.
Cocktail: Paul Goerg Rosé Champagne; an Americano (very Monte Carlo).
Books: The Power of The Myth by Joseph Campbell; The Laws of Spirit by Dan Millman
Fragrance: Diorissimo and Dior.
Hobbies: Tennis, horse riding, drawing, cooking.

 

 

 

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