Open the door to Suite 321 for a unique pop-up experience at the Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo
Whilst Monaco’s legendary Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo undergoes renovations, the sumptuous luxury hotel invites us to discover the unique and extraordinary Pop-up Suite. Here’s a look behind the scenes. The transformation: a behind-the-scenes look. The Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo has consistently delivered excellence since 1864, never ceasing to amaze its guests. To offer guests yet another brand new experience, the hotel cordially invites you to the Pop-up Suite. How it works: for a limited time only, Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer is working with luxury brands to reinvent Suite 321, to rearrange and redecorate it as boldly and as creatively as they would like. As each collaboration will only last a few months, visitors will be surprised and amazed each time. Don’t miss the pop-up experience!
Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo and Studio Harcourt from 18 October 2016 to 31 January 2017
Studio Harcourt Paris and the Hotel de Paris Monte-Carlo. The meeting of these two legendary brands occurs in a pop-up suite that takes the luxury experience a step further. The final destination of this fascinating journey is none other than you. Imagine: spending the night and having breakfast in a dreamlike decor, with champagne cocktails and delicious snacks in varying shades of black and white, and an exclusive Harcourt photo session in the comfort of your own suite. After two hours of pampering and preparation with the famous photo studio’s hair stylist, make-up artist and photographer, it’s time for an unforgettable photo shoot. Capture the magic of the moment forever with an official black and white portrait photo and join the pantheon of genuine stars. Indulge in the ultimate experience and become a star forever: book three nights and take home a photo album with a series of 20 portraits. And for just a few days*, the photo session in the studio-suite is accessible to everyone.
“You’re not a real actor until Studio Harcourt has taken your picture”, wrote Roland Barthes. Today, it’s your turn.
* 18 to 24 October 2016 and 22 to 31 January 2017