Romantic dinner on a private terrace of the casino, with no other witness than the starry sky. Take a sea trip aboard a luxury yacht, get drunk on speed before swimming in front of the grandiose spectacle of the mountain that plunges into the Mediterranean. Enjoy a glass of champagne on the stage or in a box at the opera house, in the magnificent room decorated by Charles Garnier, a masterpiece of Second Empire luxury. This fall, the Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer (SBM) group is rolling out the red carpet to its customers by giving them the opportunity to live new experiences in the many places that are part of its incomparable heritage.
An original entertainment program
Called “La Vita Monte-Carlo”, this program is based on one of the main know-how of the “resort”: the extreme personalization of the service. The Société des Bains de Mer manages most of the principality’s places of pleasure: four casinos, four luxury hotels, 30 restaurants, five of which have seven stars in the Michelin Guide, as well as numerous spas, theaters, bars and clubs. night. Since its creation by François Blanc in 1863, the SBM has known how to retain its big players by dint of personalized attention, dinner shows in tuxedo and evening dress in privatized places, sometimes