The district of Monte-Carlo (formerly known as Mont-Charles) was baptized on July 1, 1866 in honor of Prince Charles III of Monaco. It is the most famous district of the Principality of Monaco because it is one of the most attractive and touristy, thanks in particular to the Casino de Monte-Carlo and its recently completely refurbished gardens, but also to the many luxury brands, the Opera de Monte-Carlo, the Café de Paris and the Thermes Marins.
Within this same sector is the prestigious Carré d'Or, housing the Métropole, Paris, Hermitage and Fairmont hotels, as well as luxury residences such as the One Monte-Carlo, the Palais de la Scala, the Sun Tower, the 26 Carré Or, the Park Palace, the Monte-Carlo Palace, the Petite Afrique (so called the Casino Gardens), the Montaigne, the Mirabeau - an old hotel that has become a residential building - the Mirabel and finally the Monte residence -Carlo Star.
The Prince of Wales is a luxury residence located in the Monte-Carlo district, a few steps from the Casino.
Set of 35 independent offices, equipped with high-end materials and refined finishes combining comfort and functionality.
The offices are separated by glass partitions with translucent film ensuring natural lighting and confidentiality.
Thirteen car parks complete this exceptional property.
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