In December, Chef Nobuyuki “Nobu” Matasuhisa is opening his latest Nobu restaurant inside the 602-room Fairmont Monte Carlo. The hotel sits right on the Mediterranean Sea, and the new restaurant takes advantage of the panoramic water views to full effect.
There’s also a large outdoor rooftop lounge and gathering space directly below the Casino de Monte-Carlo, about a 8-minute walk away. Due to its size, central location, and effortless joie de vivre, the Fairmont is popular with U.S. groups.
Chef Nobu is adding to an already elite F&B staff at the hotel, who cater some of the most exclusive events in the Principality, including official receptions for Prince Albert II.
“We can cater in very exclusive venues so that clients can still benefit from the Fairmont service and quality of food anywhere in Monaco and along the French Riviera,” says Marc Violi, sales manager, North America. “We cater in museums and other historical venues. Group dinners are often linked with some cultural visits of these venues.”
Some of the prestigious venues on the Cote d’Azur that Violi recommends are the Oceanographic Museum, Prince Rainier vintage car collection, Château de la Napoule and Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild.
“Our Executive Chef, Philippe Joannès, Meilleur Ouvrier de France (Best Craftsman of France), and his team promise the success of your event and provide tailor-made service,” says Violi. “You will have the guarantee of an innovative and modern service that will sublimate your event, be it at a hotel or in a private villa in the Principality of Monaco.”