After two months of lockdowns, the Principality of Monaco has gradually started to re-open. Since June 2, 2020, museums, bars and restaurants have reopened, a few days after retail stores, as part of a vast recovery plan.

Throughout the COVID-19 crisis, the Government of Monaco has prioritized health safety and has done everything possible to protect residents, day-trippers and tourists alike, successfully limiting the impact of the pandemic.

Monaco’s hotels are united towards one objective: to welcome guests in the best possible conditions with health and safety as a top priority.

Hotels that are open include: Hotel de Paris Monte-Carlo, Fairmont Monte Carlo, Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort, Hotel de France, Hotel Ambassador, Hotel Novotel Monte-Carlo, Hotel Columbus Monte-Carlo, Port Palace, and Hotel Metropole Monte-Carlo.

Le Meridien Beach Plaza is scheduled to open on June 26, Monte-Carlo Beach on July 3, 2020, and Hotel Hermitage Monte-Carlo on July 8.

In addition, after several months of renovations, the Place du Casino has reemerged, a modern, open redesigned space. Special precautions are in place in the famed casino including steam-cleaned gaming tables, plexiglass around the slot machines and all staff in masks and gloves.

For more information, visit visitmonaco.com. For more updates on new protocols, visit Recommend’s Safe Travels page. Stories about future travel can be accessed at #AmazingDaysAhead.