Overlooking the bay and Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, this spectacular establishment is the new 5-star address on the Côte d'Azur. A worthy successor to the Vista Palace, emerging from the cliffs, the Maybourne Riviera offers a panoramic view of the azure expanse, from Italy to Monte-Carlo, via Monaco. Go behind the scenes of this luxury hotel with modernist architecture.
A luxury hotel facing the Big Blue
Ideally located on the heights of Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, 10 minutes from Monaco, the Maybourne Riviera opened its doors in the summer of 2021. This 5-star hotel emerging from the cliff features avant-garde, elegant architecture. Only part of the establishment is visible, the rest seeming to be built on the rock. 45 rooms, including 4 troglodytes, and 24 suites offer breathtaking views of the Mediterranean thanks to their floor-to-ceiling bay windows. From the balconies and terraces of the building, the olive groves, the lemon trees and the roofs of terracotta tiles spread the sweet scent of the South. The well-being experience is really at the heart of the hotel. A spa designed by designer André Fu and an indoor swimming pool offer exceptional moments of relaxation. The infinity pool simply seems to blend into the azure blue of the sea and the sky.
An interior design at the height of the property
This place, inspired by the movements of the sea, is designed by Jean-Michel Wilmotte, a French architect and designer. The history of the region has been highlighted in the decoration of the Maybourne Riviera. The designers Pierre Yovanovitch and the BOS Studio were inspired by the architecture of Le Corbusier's cabanon, and local traditions. Thus, furniture, ceramics, sculptures and other custom-made pieces of art come from local artisans and artists.
The Maybourne Riviera, a very high standard concept
This luxurious address is also in its culinary offer. Indeed, for the pleasure of the taste buds, The Maybourne Riviera is home to three restaurants with multiple flavors. Calling on world-renowned chefs allows the 5* establishment to position itself as a must in the hotel industry on the Côte d’Azur.
Excellence is felt in the menus signed Mauro Colagreco, a three-starred Italian-Argentinian chef. One of its two restaurants, the Ceto, offers seafood cuisine. At the heart of the fully glazed room, the nautical menu focuses on sustainable fishing and seasonality. Its second table, the Riviera Restaurant, delivers a modern interpretation of local specialities. Local and seasonal products offer simple and tasty dishes.
Orchestrated by Jean-Georges Vongerichten, the third Italian-inspired restaurant lets you savor pizzas cooked over a wood fire. Diversity and locality are thus in the spotlight on the tables of the Maybourne Riviera.
Living to the rhythm of the Mediterranean Sea, balancing on the cliffs of Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, is a dream come true. On the Côte d'Azur, the Maybourne Riviera has become an unmissable place. A sumptuous address to stay on the heights of Monaco.