Monaco is the pinnacle of glitz and glam all throughout the year, but when events like the F1 and Monaco Yacht Show arrive in town, the latter starting this week, there are no limits to ultimate luxury. Whether you find yourself in Port Hercules appreciating the highest achievements in the yachting industry or strolling through Place du Casino, opulence is all around you.


All eyes are on the yachting world this week as the annual Monaco Yacht Show starts this week. From 26th until the 29th September sleek designs and industry innovations will fill Port Hercules. Superyacht builders, owners, and luxury lovers all are drawn to the world’s second smallest country to celebrate the industry’s biggest event. Take a look at our Monaco Yacht Show guide filled with things you really do not want to miss this year.


Some of the world’s best Michelin-starred restaurants excel in Monaco and have retained their renowned status for years and years. From French cuisine to a modern take on traditional Japanese cuisine, whichever direction you decide to go, you can expect only the best and the freshest dishes to arrive at your table serving an unforgettable experience. Head to Joël Robuchon’s Mediterranean-inspired restaurant within Hotel Metropole and enjoy culinary excellence approved by two Michelin stars. La Marée is renowned for its seafood offering, while La Cigale Vista Beach is an absolute gem off the beaten path. Take a look at our restaurant guide for the best lunch and dining spots in Monaco!


Monaco might be small, but there isn’t a lack of 5-star hotels to accommodate luxury-seekers. La Belle Époque grandeur both inside and out radiate from some of the finest hotels in Monaco, among which are the legendary Hôtel Hermitage and Hôtel de Paris. Expect seafront views, deluxe interiors featuring only the finest furnishings, and impeccable service when staying here. Here is our pick of the best hotels in Monaco!


Whether you are here for the Monaco Yacht Show or the Grand Prix, Monaco is a magnet for the social elite and dressing the part is a must. Despite early autumn vibes already showing themselves in most places, the French Riviera is still gracing itself in the summery atmosphere. Make sure to look at our style sheet for Monaco and see what tickles your fancy!