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Well-known for its extravagance, Monaco is home to some of the world’s most exclusive and beautiful hotel suites. Their initiative to lead with its ‘Green is the New Glam’ sustainability campaign to make the Principality carbon neutral by 2050 and promote sustainable tourism, Monaco showcases that sustainability can be achieved without losing any of its glamour. Some of the tops suites in the world are located in the Principality, and Visit Monaco selects and shares four of the top suites: Diamond Princess Grace Suite at Hotel de Paris, Monte-Carlo The most exclusive and extraordinary suite in the entire Riviera is the Diamond Princess Grace Suite at the Hotel de Paris, which opened in 2017 and is the epitome of sophistication. The vast two-floor, 910-square-metre suite pays tribute to its namesake who left her mark on the history of the Principality through her elegance, refinement and generosity. The Princess’s work and…

How Monaco is spearheading the eco-push in the yachting industry. At the annual Cluster Yachting Monaco rendez vous, held at the prestigious Yacht Club de Monaco, government officials, industry professionals, students from IUM, Young Professionals in Yachting and media convened to have an open discussion on various key yacht-related topics affecting the Principality and in particular ‘green’ angles. As attendees gathered in anticipation to see this second edition kick off on relevant projects related to Monaco’s stance and position on yachts and the environment, yacht design, the foundations in Monaco, the extension project and eco-related themes, in the background, two of the most radical super yachts reigned the Larvotto waterfront. Eco Consciousness Focused Poised exactly where the most ambitious and eco-conscious man-built new piece of land in Monaco will be in a few years, nothing echoed the resounding whispers of change more than the sight of pure innovation and futuristic…

Artichoke and Orange Gazpacho with Roasted Langoustines Servings: 4 Ingredients 8 langoustines 300 g fresh Provençal goat cheese Artichoke gazpacho   2 slices white bread 200 g tomato pulp 300 g steamed artichoke heart 1 cucumber 1 garlic clove 12 cl olive oil 12 cl fresh orange juice 1 tablespoon Xérès vinegar 4 purple artichokes 1 onion, 1 carrot, 1 garlic clove, 1 slice smoked bacon, 15 cl white wine, coriander Method Thinly slice the onion, sauté in olive oil in a pan, add brunoise carrot, a garlic clove cut in half, the smoked bacon slice and coriander. Add equal amounts of white wine and water. Cover for 15 minutes then filter the bouillon. Turn the purple artichokes; keep some of the stem. Sauté in olive oil. Add the bouillon then cook 15 minutes. Mix all the gazpacho ingredients in pieces. Add olive oil, orange juice and Xérès vinegar. Marinate for…

Despite being only the second smallest country in the world, Monaco certainly compensates with its grandeur and extravagance. Its geographical size is small, but its gastronomic reach is vast. Unsurprisingly then, there is no shortage of fine dining eateries in the world’s glamour capital. At Heli Securite, they regularly transport clients to the finest restaurants on the French Riviera and Monaco, and based on our expertise of the best gastronomic spots in the Principality, here’s their list of the top restaurants in Monaco. Le Louis XV, Monaco Commissioned in 1987 by Prince Rainier II, legendary chef Alain Ducasse was tasked with an apparently unachievable mission – create the world’s first three Michelin starred hotel restaurant in the Principality. The deadline was four years, the achievement accomplished in no more than three. 27 years later, Le Louis XV maintains its respected reputation thanks in no small part to Ducasse’s protégé Franck…