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Taking a holiday in Monte Carlo is a shorthand for enjoying a life of wealth and decadence, although there are plenty of cheap hotel deals in Monte Carlo to be had - we promise we won't tell!
Monte Carlo and Monaco are often used interchangeably, although Monte Carlo is just one of the four districts of Monaco. If you're looking for a cheap hotel in Monte Carlo it can certainly be worthwhile looking in the other three districts as well - Monaco itself is no larger than many cities so you won't ever be far from the action!
Unless you are very rich and own your own boat or helicopter, chances are you'll arrive via a flight to Nice from where you can travel along the coast by train, car or bus. If you want to hire a car it's best to do so from Nice Airport. Just make sure you don't get carried away and think you're in the Monaco Grand Prix!
If you're after splurging on your hotel in Monte Carlo then there's no better place to do so! World-famous Hotel de Paris and a whole host of luxury hotels compete for your attention and your money, all offering stunning views, world-class service and heaps of luxury. More modest budgets will find it harder to be satisfied, although there are a range of two and three star hotels available, just not at the usual rates!
Certainly looking for a hotel in Monte Carlo outside this district is a good idea, and here are a range of alternatives:
Fontvieille - the newest area of Monaco and also the cheapest, although we're talking in relative terms here! Great views out to sea abound, although you will certainly pay an extra premium for a hotel with a view here.
Monaco-Ville - the quiet, old part of the city. Limited vehicle access and no nightlife make this a hidden gem if you can find a cheap rate on your Monte Carlo hotel here!
La Condamine - takes in the Monaco Harbour where you will find plenty of mullion-pound yachts! Particularly sought-after during the Monaco Grand Prix, it's safe to say that hotels here are unlikely to ever be cheap!
Ventimiglia - lies across the border into Italy and has great road and rail links into Monaco, with plenty of cheap accommodation too.
Nice - also boasts plenty of cheap hotels for your Monte Carlo trip, with numerous ways to cover the distance in around 30 minutes.
If you've not spent all your money on a swanky hotel in Monte Carlo then it's time to get exploring! If you have, then we hope your view is good - and don't forget that walking around is free! Heading straight to the Grand Casino is on most people's must-do lists. There is (of course) an entry fee, depending on which room you want to gamble in, as well as a smaller fee if you just want to go inside and gawp. Note that there is a pretty strict dress code so don't forget to pack your best outfit!
The Monaco Grand Prix is the highlight of the year, with the roads closed off for the Formula 1 race. The spectacular circuit winds through the narrow streets, close to the houses and spectators in a showcase of the city's beauty and the cars' raw power. Many of the residents rent out terraces and balconies so you can enjoy the show, or you can buy tickets to the event as well.
Look out for events all summer long at the Monte Carlo Sporting Club, where entertainment and music is held throughout the season, with plenty of big names appearing on the bill. And if you want to splash the cash shopping you can certainly do so. The Golden Circle is where you will find all the big designers, whilst the Condamine Market and the Fontvieille Shopping Centre are more normal shopping experiences with goods within a sensible price range!
Visit our Monte Carlo guide for more.