Called the Suite 321, the temporary suite has been designed to celebrate both brands in its fabrics, precious materials, decorations and staging. It is fitted out in a striking bronze and black design punctuated with fine materials and rounded off with a table for guests to savour their fine champagne.
Guests who book to stay at Suite 321 will be pampered with a VIP welcome with a bottle of vintage 2006 Dom Pérignon champagne and a five-course dinner for two, designed by Alain Ducasse, crafted by executive chef Franck Cerutti and served with the Dom Pérignon P2 1998. The entire menu will be created to highlight the distinct qualities of this vintage.
For those who book for three nights or more, the stay will include the chance to experience a visit the hotel’s Dom Pérignon wine cellars which house only the rarest vintages, and indulge in some wine-tasting.
The Dom Pérignon Pop-Up Suite 321 is priced at €4,500 ($6,403) for the first night for two guests and from €2,733 ($3,068) per night for two additional nights and includes breakfast and a S-Class Mercedes transfers to and from Nice Airport.
The 150-year-old Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo is currently undergoing a vast renovation that will see the creation of a new courtyard, spa, pool and a rooftop villa with private garden and pool, as well as remodeling of its existing rooms and suites.
It is scheduled to be fully reopened in September 2018, though the hotel will remain open during this period with 53 rooms and suites available to guests.
Suite 321 will be open until the end of May 2016.