PLACE

An exceptional setting imagined and designed by Karl Lagerfeld, an oasis of relaxation and well-being nestled in the heart of Monte-Carlo.

The ODYSSEY concept features a unique fresco-styled glass installation around the heated sea-water pool portraying Ulysses’ journey as well as beautifully-curated gardens, a lounge bar and a restaurant terrace.

Covered throughout the winter, ODYSSEY is al fresco during the rest of the year.

 

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POOL

Our professional coaches offer tailor-made swimming lessons and aquagym lessons adapted to your level and needs.

Heated sea-water pool is currently closed and will reopen on Wednesday 16 November.

Dogs are not allowed at Odyssey.

RESTAURANT  & BAR

Monte-Carlo’s most confidential address opens its doors to non-resident guests in summer season.

At lunch, Chef Christophe Cussac signed a Mediterranean-inspired menu that highlights the freshness, lightness and quality of seasonal produce.

Dogs are not allowed in the restaurant.

For booking, please call: +377 93 15 15 56

odyssey@metropole.com

 

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ODYSSEY by Karl Lagerfeld
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ODYSSEY in spring and in summer season
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ODYSSEY pool
ODYSSEY summer restaurant
RUE de VERNEUIL X METROPOLE
The Hotel Metropole Monte-Carlo has chosen to collaborate with RUE de VERNEUIL for the exclusive creation of a bag

This beautiful bag, RUE de VERNEUIL for ODYSSEY, is inspired by the design of the ODYSSEY by Karl Lagerfeld space and features the designer’s favourite colours: blue, white and grey. A creation that will accompany you all summer long and will follow you in all your activities. Exclusively available at the Spa Metropole by Givenchy and at ODYSSEY.

Elegance and refined non-conformism: this is what defines the lines of RUE de VERNEUIL bags. Their refined design and the noble natural materials used make the creations of this Parisian label great classics in the making. Created in 2014, RUE de VERNEUIL reflects the vision of Vincent Ribat. His references in fashion and architecture, and his particular affection for the field of luggage lead the designer to draw his inspiration from iconic and timeless models inspired by the style of the 1930s.