The renovation of the Hôtel de Paris of Monte-Carlo began in 2014. A courtyard garden has been set up at the centre of the building, like a scented garden, sheltered by palm trees. The roof is rearranged and planted to be a dry garden receiving ground covers. The rotunda garden, pleasure garden of the gastronomic restaurant, becomes typically Mediterranean, complemented with arbours, benches and new discovery paths. An urban vegetable patch has been planted for the pleasure of visitors and beehives. The rooms’ gardens are flowered and scented, while the luxurious suite’s garden is embellished with plants of character, brought from the major continents.


Architects: Affine Design-Architecture, CabinetViora
Decorator: Pierre-Yves Rochon