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A legendary seaside retreat

A legendary seaside retreat

Escape to this idyllic blue and green garden oasis 

 

Feel at one with the sea at the Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel.

Situated on its own stunning peninsula, the hotel is in a unique setting and boasts some beautiful views of the Med.

Enjoy its chic and casual atmosphere as well as its quality, comfort and modernity.

The hotel is famous for the sandy-bottomed lagoon which meanders through the gardens, between the terraces, waterfalls , kiosks and green islets.

Up to 1,500 species of plant surround the lagoon which is decorated with three small wooden bridges.

 

Here you can mix business with pleasure.

With 334 rooms and 22 suites, the hotel works as both a holiday destination and a conference centre. It is part of the Monte-Carlo Société de Bains de Mer stable.

Picasso: the legend

Picasso: the legend

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Seize the clay

Seize the clay

Studio Pottery London, in Eccleston Yards, encourages city workers to get creative and enjoy therapeutic sessions working with clay.

Baroque and roll

Baroque and roll

Works of art – some never put on public display before – from the largely overlooked British Baroque period go on show at Tate Britain this spring.

Picasso: the legend

Picasso: the legend

Picasso’s granddaughter the art historian Diana Widmaier-Picasso talks about growing up with his paintings decorating her home, and her new book about him.

Seize the clay

Seize the clay

Studio Pottery London, in Eccleston Yards, encourages city workers to get creative and enjoy therapeutic sessions working with clay.

Baroque and roll

Baroque and roll

Works of art – some never put on public display before – from the largely overlooked British Baroque period go on show at Tate Britain this spring.

Picasso: the legend

Picasso: the legend

Picasso’s granddaughter the art historian Diana Widmaier-Picasso talks about growing up with his paintings decorating her home, and her new book about him.

Seize the clay

Seize the clay

Studio Pottery London, in Eccleston Yards, encourages city workers to get creative and enjoy therapeutic sessions working with clay.

Baroque and roll

Baroque and roll

Works of art – some never put on public display before – from the largely overlooked British Baroque period go on show at Tate Britain this spring.

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