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Located immediately outside Monaco, the Best Western Hotel Prince de Galles is a hotel rich in history.
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Since 1865, this former barracks for the carabiniere of the princes of Monaco has welcomed lovers of the French Riviera. Located a mere stone's throw from the Palais Carnolès, the former summer residence of Prince Antonio I of Monaco, this charming hotel is managed by the Laurenti family, who provides their guests with the warmest of welcomes. Here, service goes hand in hand with availability, quality and the highest of standards. In addition to its uninterrupted view of the sea, the Italian Riviera, the Old Town of Menton and Cape Martin, the hotel benefits from the region's exceptionally mild, subtropical climate. An ideal location for those seeking rest, relaxation and well-being, it attracts the same satisfied guests year after year.
Upon entering the Best Western Hotel Prince de Galles, visitors are welcomed by an exceptional collection of old travel posters celebrating Menton and the French Riviera. The hotel has 63 rooms, most of which boast a balcony for guests to enjoy the warm Mediterranean sun and refreshing sea spray. All of the hotel's comfortable, well-lighted rooms are air-conditioned and equipped with Internet and satellite TV. The breakfast room, with its terrace and view overlooking the sea, allows guests to enjoy the site's exceptional beauty and mild climate from the earliest hours of the day. The terrace solarium and Mediterranean garden are an invitation to rest and relaxation. Enjoy your stay.
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“Overpriced and Overrated”
By Peter K
Edinburgh, United Kingdom on 23-Jul-17
We stayed in a 'Family' room - a double room with a single sofa-bed and a camp bed. There was barely enough room to get the beds in, never mind us and our luggage. The breakfast was OK but, again...