Monaco - Vue sur Mer VillaFrance / Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur / Monte-Carlo
|From 1 310 USD||per night|
The villa is set over two floors. It has 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and has a huge 2500 square-meters enclosed ground that has a garden, kidney-shaped 10m x 5m salt-water pool, covered terrace for al fresco dining, and a barbecue area. This villa is family and kid-friendly. The enclosed grounds have a fence around the infinity pool for children’s safety. You’d also find a play house with a slide and lots of children’s games.
To access the villa, you have to go through the entrance hall on the first floor with doors opening to a balcony that boasts a magnificent sea view. A beautiful staircase leads to the ground floor, opening to the garden and the terrace in the enclosed ground.
The large open plan living and dining room has a comfortable gorgeous sofa set and a TV. It is spacious and bright courtesy of the huge glass doors. The dining table and chairs are nearby the fully equipped kitchen with all the modern amenities of a modern kitchen.
The villa has 2 double bedrooms, 1 family bedroom and 1 Master bedroom. Both the double bedrooms are fitted with queen-size beds, en suite bathrooms, and a WC. One is furnished with a TV and has a patio door to the balcony. The latter’s en suite bathroom also has a view of the sea.
The Family bedroom is fitted with a queen-size bed and a single bed with trundle bed. It is furnished with a TV and has its own en suite shower room with walk-in shower and WC.
The Master bedroom on the other hand is fitted with a king-size bed, TV, dressing area, integral bath and walk-in shower and an en suite WC. It has high beam ceilings and balcony windows and doors that lead to 2 private terraces with spectacular sea views. This bedroom is fully air-conditioned.
A Hammam shower room with music and lighting effects can also be found in the villa.
The villa has WIFI Internet access for guests’ convenience.
As to its surroundings, there’s a plethora of bars and restaurants in La Turbie, casino in the fabulous Monte Carlo, Friday market in Ventimiglia. You can also cross Italy for an authentic Italian gelato then back across to France at the end of the day and dine in the Michelin starred Chevre d'Or in Eze, just 3 miles or so from the villa.
Note: Discreet caretakers live in an independent apartment below the villa; they have a separate entrance and do not share any part of the grounds.
Squeezed into just 200 hectares, this principality might be the world’s second-smallest country (the Vatican is smaller), but what it lacks in size it makes up for in attitude. A magnet for high-rollers and hedonists since the early 20th century, it is also famous for its annual Formula 1 Grand Prix, held every year in May since 1929.
Despite its prodigious wealth, Monaco itself is a long way from the prettiest town on the French Riviera: it's basically an ode to concrete and glass, dominated by high-rise hotels and apartment blocks that rise into the hills like ranks of dominos, not to mention an utterly bewildering street layout that seems solely designed to confound lowly pedestrians. It's a rather different story on the rocky outcrop known as Le Rocher, which juts out on the south side of the port and is home to the royal palace, as well as a rather charming little old town which feels a world away from Monte Carlo's skyscrapers and super yachts.