In 2004, the Hotel Metropole Monte-Carlo hotel became a contemporary and distinguished hotel.
With its new identity, the hotel kept its soul and maintains a certain level of luxury emphasizing the emotional character yet very modern atmosphere.
In 1886, the « Monte-Carlo Hotel Company Ltd » built the Hotel Metropole on land which previously belonged to Pope Leon XIII. Soon after, the most demanding international clientele was won over by the unostentatious luxury of this quiet hotel built in the “Belle Époque” style.
In the 1980s, Lebanese developer, Nabil Boustany, acquired the property and took on the major operation of restoring the hotel to its former brilliance. With the renovation came a new name, Metropole Palace, and a new level of luxurious hospitality.
In 2004, the Metropole Palace sold the hotel to its successor: The Hotel Metropole Monte‐Carlo, which became a modern hotel with strong heritage. Its new image combines its glorious past with a Mediterranean freshness, a decor concept which meets the promise of the services proposed.