A view toward the Prince’s Palace, a harbour filled with mega yachts and the calm seas of the Mediterranean.
That’s what you can expect to see from your balcony at the Novotel Monte Carlo, a hotel where you can soak up the glitz without breaking the budget.
With the trademark clean styling of every Accor property, each room is fresh and well-appointed offering the perfect base for exploring the wonders of Monaco.
If you’re visiting to photograph Monaco or exploring the sights you’ll probably find a day isn’t quite enough. Being able to drop your suitcase and head outdoors from sunrise to starry night offers the chance to see Monaco is every light, a true spectacle that few get to witness.
The hotel is based right near the train station allowing easy access once you arrive and then a short walk to the sea regardless of which direction you wander.
As with all Visual Hotel Reviews I’ll let the photos do the talking so please find a collection below to highlight the fabulous Novotel Monte Carlo.
Actually no. One more thing. If you’re keen for some late night gaming and don’t have a gown for the casino, in your hotel room you’ll find an X-BOX and Nespresso Machine, both of which I was tempted to use and failed to muster the skills for one.
Apparently I’m no barista!
In the coming days I’ll be posting a guide to all the best photo locations in Monaco so keep an eye out.
Take a peek at my stay below…
To find out more information about Accor properties around Monte Carlo take a peek here.
*I was a guest of Accor during my stay but as always, opinions are my own and this was definitely a jump on the bed with excitement type hotel!
Hello! I’m the founder and photographer behind The Wandering Lens. With 14+yrs experience as a professional travel and landscape photographer, all advice found on this site is from my personal experience on the road. I hope it’s useful for your own travels and would love to hear in the comments about your trips and experiences around the world.
I'm Lisa Michele Burns, a professional photographer and founder of The Wandering Lens from Australia. Welcome to your guide to photographing the world, improving your photography and scouting unique and inspiring places to experience with your camera. After three years online, The Wandering Lens has turned into the leading publisher of photography focused travel guides and I'm always so excited to hear from readers as they're travelling and improving their photos!