Maserati unveiled a Pop-Up Suite at Hôtel de Paris in Monaco. During the renovations of Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo, the hotel has invited the most prestigious designers to take up Suite 321322, to create a space dedicated to Maserati. Located on the third floor of the prestigious property, the Maserati Pop-Up Suite offers a unique view of the sea and of the iconic Casino de Monte-Carlo.
The partnership between the luxury hotel and the automotive brand started on 19th May 1957. After an epic race, Juan Manuel Fangio won the Monaco Formula 1 Grand Prix with the 250F and his victory marked a significant moment in time for Maserati on the Monaco circuit.
Created by L + R Palomba (Ludovica and Roberto Palomba), rising stars in the world of Italian interior design, the suite transcends style with pure, elegant grey tones and precious materials; it is obvious no expense or effort has been spared in creating this dream décor.
“In decorating the idyllic location, the young designers’ immense talent and imagination had no limits. In the understated yet elegant living room, the designers created a central pillar – from which the surrounding spaces branch out – highlighting a resolutely modern lifestyle. “Absolute minimalism” is the keyword here, where exquisite lines, Maserati’s timeless elegance, and the Hôtel de Paris’s excellent services converge,” explained Hôtel de Paris.
The bedroom reflects the style of Modena’s automotive brand. A refined fabric headboard by Ermenegildo Zegna embellishes the wall, while the grain leather armchairs resemble the interior of Maserati’s saloons.
A three nights package in the Maserati Pop-Up Suite at Hôtel de Paris starts at from €3,500 for 2 adults and includes Maserati transfers to/from Nice airport, a Maserati GranCabrio at the guests’ disposal to drive during their entire stay, the breakfast, and a cocktail buffet. Guests staying for three nights or more can enjoy a free cryotherapy session at the Thermes Marins Monte-Carlo.
Guests staying on 1st and 2nd July will benefit from an exclusive opportunity to board the Maserati maxi trimaran.