Recommended event locations in Monaco
The Principality of Monaco is not just rich in tradition and history, but also exceptional in terms of its world-class events.
Please find below our selected and recommended locations for your next venue.
Selected locations for small venues:
Maximum 100 guests.
- Buddha-Bar Monte-Carlo (100 people (bar))
- Elsa (80 people)
- Horizon Deck (40 people seated)
- Le Vistamar (12 people)
- Maya Bay (120 people)
- Nobu (40 people)
- Oceanographic Museum of Monaco (60 people seated at the Entrance Hall)
- Riva tunnel (100 people seated)
- Wine Cellars of the Hôtel de Paris (50 people seated)
Selected locations for medium venues:
Ideal up to 250 guests.
- Beefbar Monaco (150 people)
- Blue Bay (200 people)
- Buddha-Bar Monte-Carlo (160 people)
- Brasserie de Monaco (200 people seated)
- Caffé Milano (150 people)
- Condamine Market (220 people seated)
- COYA Monte-Carlo (200 people)
- Exotic Garden of Monaco (250 people for seated)
- Horizon Deck (230 people)
- L’Intempo (250 people)
- Jack Monaco (200 people)
- La Note Bleue (150 people)
- La Vigie de Monte-Carlo (250 people)
- Muse (250 people)
- Oceanographic Museum of Monaco (250 people seated)
- Riva tunnel (220 people)
- Stars ’N’ Bars (200 people seated)
- Twiga Monte Carlo (230 people)
Selected locations for big venues:
From 250 guests to 3,800 guests.
- Brasserie de Monaco (1,000 people)
- Chapiteau of Monaco (3,800 people)
- Condamine Market (1,5000 people – with the public area)
- Exotic Garden of Monaco (1,000 people)
- Indigo (1,000 people)
- Le Deck (700 people)
- La Rascasse (450 people)
- Museum of H.S.H. The Prince of Monaco Vintage Car Collection (1,300 people)
- Oceanographic Museum of Monaco (600 people)
- Salle des Etoiles (950 people)
- Stars ’N’ Bars (1,000 people)
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