Café de Paris (Monaco)

The Café de Paris is a coffeehouse and restaurant in the Belle Époque style of the 1900s, located in Monte Carlo and next to the Casino de Monte-Carlo, on the Place du Casino, facing the Hôtel de Paris. It is owned and managed by the Société des bains de mer de Monaco.[1]

Café de Paris
IndustryCoffeehouse, restaurant
Founded1868
HeadquartersMonte Carlo, Monaco
Websitewww.montecarlosbm.com/en/restaurant-monaco/the-cafe-de-paris

HistoryEdit

 
Café de Paris, Monte Carlo, in April 1899
 
Café de Paris, 2014

Founded in 1868, at the same time as Monte Carlo, with its Casino de Monte-Carlo and the Hôtel de Paris by François Blanc and Prince Charles III of Monaco, it was originally baptized Café Divan. It was transformed several times until the 1930s, then completely renovated in 1988 in the Belle Époque style of the 1900s like the old Parisian bistros.[2][3]

It has large modular terraces with an orchestra and views of the Casino de Monte-Carlo and the Hôtel de Paris and its daily show of prestigious cars, with the Bellevue lounge of 340 m2 (3,700 sq ft) on the first floor.

The Casino has gaming rooms of over 13,000 m2 (140,000 sq ft) in a setting inspired by the Historic Grand Prix of Monaco.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Aby Sam Thomas (27 February 2020). "One Monte-Carlo Conference Center: A New Hub For Business Tourism In Monaco". Entrepreneur. Retrieved 24 May 2020.
  2. ^ "History of the company". Société des bains de mer de Monaco. Retrieved 24 May 2020.
  3. ^ "Brasserie du Cafe de Paris, Monte-Carlo". SeeMonaco.com. Retrieved 24 May 2020.

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Coordinates: 43°44′21″N 7°25′38″E / 43.7393°N 7.42729°E / 43.7393; 7.42729