Maserati has teamed up with the Hôtel de Paris in Monte Carlo to create a Maserati-themed pop-up suite in the iconic hotel.
The Maserati suite, which takes up rooms 321-322 in the Hôtel de Paris Monte Carlo, was designed and built to celebrate Maserati’s and Hôtel de Paris’ long lasting connection. The hotel first became involved with the automaker in 1957, when Juan Manuel Fangio won the Monaco Grand Prix in the Maserati 250F Formula 1 car.
Even though it’s no longer in F1, Maserati still strongly represents the Monaco lifestyle. Similarly, the Maserati pop-up suite is as Monaco as can be, with an exceptional view of the Casino de Monte-Carlo and modern, minimalist design qualities. With a large Maserati mural on the wall and an Ermenegildo Zegna headboard, it’s hard to mistake the suite for anything other than the work of the Modena-based Italian automaker.
Maserati is offering a package to fans of the brand that will enable them to stay in the pop-up suite. The package includes tranfers to and from France’s Nice airport, a Maserati GranCabrio to drive around Monte Carlo, complimentary breakfast, a cocktail buffet and a Modena-style Italian dinner. Guests may also enjoy a ride on the Maserati maxi trimaran race boat during their stay –described by Maserati as the F1 car of the seas.
Rates for a 3-night stay at Maserati Pop-Up Suite at the Hôtel de Paris start from €3,500 for 2 adults, Maserati says.