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Living in Monaco’s Larvotto: Getting to Know the Neighbourhood

Real estate in the district of Larvotto is among the most expensive and luxurious property in Monaco. The high price of real estate in the area reflects the unparalleled desirability of the stunning neighbourhood: in a recent study, property in Larvotto was reported as having an average price of EUR 6.4 million – EUR 600,000 higher than the second most expensive area. So what exactly makes the district so appealing to discerning residents? And how does living in Monaco make for an enriched lifestyle? We spoke to a resident of Larvotto to find out which amenities are on offer in the area and why the neighbourhood is particularly desirable.

Monaco Larvotto Penthouse Monte Carlo Bay Hotel

The Hotel: Monte Carlo Bay | Sat on the eastern-most border of the Principality, the Monte Carlo Bay Hotel commands a spectacular position and offers a complete selection of facilities to its elite clientele. Residents of Larvotto can take advantage of the hotel’s casino, swimming pools, Michelin-starred restaurant, and chic lounge bar. Blue Gin is a hidden gem in Monaco, notably for its cool setting and its stunning views towards France and Italy. For visiting guests, the hotel provides a comfortable place to stay with spectacular sea views that extend over the Principality.
Monaco Larvotto Penthouse

The Nightclub: Jimmy’z | A legendary institution, Jimmy’z has been celebrated across the world for over 40 years; whispers of the institution’s exclusivity, sophistication, and reputation for a truly memorable evening have reached most corners of the globe. Rub shoulders with celebrities, such as 50 Cent, Eva Longoria, Bruno Mars, Akon, Adrien Brody, Bono, Michael Jordan, and many others. The club recently underwent a large-scale renovation and is ready to open night owls once more. 

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Monaco Larvotto Beach

The Beach: Larvotto Beach | The man-made Larvotto beach is one of the Principality’s most appealing attractions and really characterises the idyllic area. Smooth, fine gravel is specially imported for optimum comfort, creating an aesthetic that has become iconic along the Cote d’Azur. Enjoy the use of the white-sanded volleyball court or the dedicated children’s play area with your young ones. Gently lapped by the crystalline Mediterranean Sea, the beach is a favoured hangout for locals and visitors alike. Enjoy fine food and cool cocktails at the lively restaurants and bars that line the promenade; La Note Bleue is a local favourite and encapsulates the chic luxuriousness of the Principality.
Monaco Larvotto Restaurant Avenue31

The Restaurant: Avenue 31 | A bastion of culinary excellence, Avenue 31 is a staple of Larvotto’s sumptuous dining scene. With vast windows that flood the space with light and a flora-filled interior that exudes sophistication, the restaurant evokes a natural scene that complements its sumptuous Mediterranean cuisine, which is made from the freshest seasonal ingredients. The kitchen is headed by Andrea Lanzillotta, a talented chef with a penchant for delivering modern gastronomy with inventive twists. Living in Monaco’s Larvotto opens up a world of culinary experiences that must be sampled to be believed; other fantastic restaurants in the neighbourhood include Maya Bay, Maya Jah, Song Qi, Sass Café, and Crazy Fish Monte Carlo.

Monaco Villa Sauber

The Museum: Villa Sauber | The New National Museum of Monaco now occupies Villa Sauber – a spectacular Belle Époque villa from the early 1900s that takes pride of place in the heart of Larvotto. Displaying temporary art exhibitions to promote the heritage of the Principality, Villa Sauber is continuously filled with thought-provoking works of art that encourage a dialogue between artists and the cultural traditions of Monaco. The villa’s gardens offer a peaceful setting for quiet reflection and are enriched by statues, exotic trees, and sculptures. 
 39 Monaco Gym
The Gym: 39 Monte Carlo | 39 Monte Carlo is a new breed of gym. Offering the finest fitness facilities and various places for members to relax in luxury, the gym is a health & wellness centre, a hair salon, a beauty parlour, a place for relaxation, a business centre, and a social hub. The facility offers various training zones for different types of elite training, from the innovative altitude chamber to the group cycle zone. Just moments from Larvotto beach, the cutting-edge gymnasium offers a convenient and indulgent place to get fit and relax.

Grimaldy Forum Monaco Larvotto Penthouse

The Cultural Hub: Grimaldi Forum | Monaco’s premier venue for cultural, the Grimaldi Forum welcomes a varied range of exhibitions, performances, and conferences throughout the year. From famous events – such as Top Marques, which welcomes many the best supercars in the world – to artistic performances – including ballet, plays, and art exhibitions – the range of cultural offerings on show at the Grimaldi Forum is truly staggering and world-class. Monaco Larvotto

The Gardens: Japanese Gardens | If you desire an escapist adventure, head to the Japanese Gardens next to the Grimaldi Forum and stroll among immaculately styled gardens. With ponds, pergolas, and picturesque pathways, the gardens transport you to a quaint oriental scene. While away an afternoon with the family, as you feed the fish, listen to the unusual medley of chirping birds, and take in the scents of foreign vegetation. 

Larvotto offers a complete lifestyle, filled with culture, beauty, and comfort. Indulge in luxurious amenities and feel at home in Monaco’s most desirable neighbourhood.

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Matthew Scott

Graduating from the University of London with a double First-class honours degree in Literature, Matthew Scott – an ambitious writer and an astute editor – travelled to Monaco to work as a Digital Content Manager within the luxury sector. He has worked as a commissioned travel blogger across Europe; his projects have been featured on European television and radio stations; and he was invited to the International Bloggers Conference in Poznan as a guest speaker. His writing can be found on numerous blogs and in many publications, including The Sunday Times. His areas of expertise include yachts, supercars and luxury travel destinations.
Graduating from the University of London with a double First-class honours degree in Literature, Matthew Scott – an ambitious writer and an astute editor – travelled to Monaco to work as a Digital Content Manager within the luxury sector. He has worked as a commissioned travel blogger across Europe; his projects have been featured on European television and radio stations; and he was invited to the International Bloggers Conference in Poznan as a guest speaker. His writing can be found on numerous blogs and in many publications, including The Sunday Times. His areas of expertise include yachts, supercars and luxury travel destinations.

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