Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer is losing no time in reopening its landmark venues after cafes, bars and restaurants in Monaco start to reopen on Tuesday, June 2.
The redesigned Place du Casino will open on that first day, as will the reopening of the Café de Paris brasserie. On the same date, the Mada One will also reopen at One Monte-Carlo.
The Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort: L’Orange Verte, Blue Gin, Cinq Mondes spa (excluding sauna and hammam) and boutique, will follow one day later, on Wednesday, June 3. The reopening of the Blue Bay restaurant should be announced by the end of June. Regarding the swimming pool, lagoon, fitness and sea access, their reopening will depend on obtaining the authorisation issued by the competent authorities, SBM said.
From June 5, the gaming halls at the Casino de Monte-Carlo and the Casino Café de Paris will come to life again. Other establishments will follow progressively, SBM said.
On Tuesday, June 12, it will be the turn of the Grill and the American Bar at the Hotel de Paris to welcome guests.
The Buddha Bar Monte-Carlo will reopen on Tuesday, June 16, Coya Monte-Carlo on Friday, June 22, and the Monte-Carlo Beach & The Beach Club is due to reopen on Friday, July 3 (date to be confirmed)
Jean-Luc Biamonti, Deputy Chairman of the Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer Group, said: “The resumption of our activities related to games, hotels and restaurants, well-being, shopping and entertainment is a moment eagerly awaited for the Group. Our top priority is the health and safety of our customers and our employees. So that the most exclusive destination in Europe is also the safest, we have taken all the necessary measures in compliance with government directives, for the serenity of our customers.”
PHOTO: Monte-Carlo Bay