Beausoleil is a small town of about 15,000 inhabitants and is located on the hillside about 200m to the north of Monaco in French territory and is an ideal base for visiting the Monaco Grand Prix. The area is made up off a multitude of great shops and restaurants to occupy your time, a supermarket, cafés, bakeries, boutique shops and a wonderful market held on Sundays in the centre of the town. A particular favourite restaurant of ours is La Roulotte at the top of the hill, an eccentric owner, but serves amazing food. (The truffle ravioli is to die for!)
The main benefit to Beausoleil over Monaco is that whilst you can walk into and out of the Principality in under 5 minutes, the prices of the hotels, restaurants and bars remain somewhat more modest than Monaco prices.
Our hospitality at Café de Paris and Fairmont can be reached from Beausoleil in less than 10 minutes. We have three properties in Beausoleil, The Adagio Palace Josephine apartment hotel, The Olympia; a lovely family owned and run 3-star hotel and the amazing "Monaco" Penthouse comprising of a luxury 2-bedroom apartment with a spectacular sun-terrace overlooking the French coastline.
Many thanks Kenneth for an absolutely fantastic time over the Monaco weekend. You totally delivered! Short of giving us orange boiler suits and brooms, you couldn't have put us closer to the action or in a more perfect spot for qualifying and the race. And the Red Bull pit, Energy Centre and JBT yacht experience was a day like no other. So perfect was it all, that I started to wonder if you even controlled the weather.
Monaco GP. This magical event is held in the month of May each year and is so popular with F1 racing fans all over the world! The Monaco Grand Prix still remains one of the most exciting spectacles on the F1 calendar.
Date: 27th May 2018