HSH the Sovereign Prince Albert II has officially opened the new Yacht Club de Monaco, accompanied by Monaco’s Prince family and the building’s architect Lord Foster. The launch of Monaco’s new landmark proved to be a historic event attended by over 4,000 VIP guests from around the world and confirmed the principality’s position as Europe’s ‘capital of yachting’.
Lord Rogers’ architectural partnership, Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, has been chosen by the principality of Monaco to help redevelop the heart of Monte Carlo in a project due to be completed by 2016. Lord Richard Rogers is one of the great names in the world of architecture and contemporary urban planning.
Port Hercule is playing host to the Christmas village from 5 December 2011 to 8 January 2012.
Since October 2010, it has been possible to discover the Principality in an open-top bus.
Visit the palace apartments and remember the solemn moments of the recent Princely Wedding.
A new life for the carpet used at the Princely Wedding, crafted by Fashion For Floors.
The exhibition “The Story of the Princely Wedding” opened its doors on 9 July 2011.
Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene of Monaco have thrown a lavish party for members of the International Olympic Committee at the Oyster Box Hotel, Umhlanga, South Africa. The newlyweds held a dinner reception for nearly 500 guests at the lavish property, which has been nominated in the category of “South Africa’s Leading Beach Hotel” at 2011 World Travel Awards.
South Africa’s Oyster Box Hotel is set to host a reception for Prince Albert II of Monaco and his new bride, Charlene Wittstock, as they visit Durban this week. The hotel, which is a nominee in the category of “South Africa’s Leading Beach Hotel” at 2011 World Travel Awards, has previously hosted Prince William and Prince Harry, Naomi Campbell and Roman Abramovich.