Data di pubblicazione: 13/12/2019
A multicultural destination with an impressive reputation that offers associations high standards alongside eco-friendly facilities and stunning views, Monaco has been working hard to consolidate its position as a destination of excellence and expertise. Time has come to write about the latest novelties of a destination which seems to never stand still.
With a 2-sqkm territory, the Principality of Monaco offers international organizations the possibility to experience the assets of this small country for several days in the most ideal conditions. The city-state takes advantage of 2,500 rooms within all categories of hotels at walking distance from a high-tech, eco-certified convention centre, the Grimaldi Forum Monaco, which can accommodate from 400 to3000 delegates.
The Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer Group inaugurated, in June 2019, its brand-new One Monte-Carlo conference centre, offering multiple options for hosting exhibitions, conventions, seminars, and cocktail receptions. The venue, with a total area of 1445 sqm and 9 meeting rooms strengthens, the MICE offer of the destination (..)
Located in the heart of the Principality, a short walk from the train station, the three-star, recently renovated Novotel Monte-Carlo offers a unique experience to its guests. It houses the Wojo Corner, a co-working space where delegates can have access to amenities such as office space, wifi, printers, etc. (..)
Last but not least, the iconic Oceanographic Museum of Monaco, founded by H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco’s great-great-grandfather Prince Albert the 1st, recently created a new, exciting place, called ‘The Odyssey of Marine Turtles”. This open-air area of 550 sqm, made in the extension of the Museum overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, can be privatized in the evening for up to 100 people. The installation takes guests on a fabulous discovery of sea turtles, from their life cycle to the dangers that threaten their existence, from their unique nesting habits to the actions being taken to preserve them (...)
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