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Set along the yacht harbor of Cap d’Ail, just a wave from Monaco, the Riviera Marriott Hotel La Porte de Monaco is in the heart of French Riviera charms and Monaco luxuries. Add 300 days of sunshine a year, blue skies and crystal waters to the glitz and glamour for an iconic destination getaway.
Have you dreamed of discovering the French Riviera with your partner? Our hotel invites you to celebrate your love with an unforgettable romantic getaway. Champagne, Chocolates, and a special gift from L'Occitane await you to surprise your loved one in front of the Mediterranean Sea.
Explore Riviera Marriott's collection of amazing local experiences.
Work out with the latest cardiovascular equipment and free weights in our hotel gym which is open 24
Mon-Sun: 8:00 AM-8:00 PM
Centuries of royal history and so much more can be found in Monaco where the Place du Casino and the Grand Prix are among top attractions.
Captivating scenery and an exquisite culture all its own make the French Riviera a fascinating, must-see, destination.
French Riviera beaches surrounding the Riviera Marriott Hotel La Porte de Monaco are abundant and offer everything from quiet to vibrant settings. Marquet Beach in Cap d’Ail is the closest beach to the Riviera Marriott Hotel La Porte de Monaco and is within walking distance from the hotel.
Explore the oldest monarchy in the world at the Prince of Monaco’s official residence.
Overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, this museum is internationally-renowned for its programs aimed at protecting oceans of the world.
Breathtaking views and century old plants, an underground cave and the Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology can easily fill a day at this cliff-side destination.
Regardless of when you’re visiting, there’s always something to see or do in Monaco: International Festival of Circus (January), The Monte-Carlo Rally (January), Spring Art Festival (March), Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters (April), Monaco Grand Prix (May), Monaco Yacht Show (September)
French Riviera beaches surrounding the Riviera Marriott Hotel La Porte de Monaco are abundant and offer everything from quiet to vibrant settings. Whether seeking a secluded getaway or looking to experience the local culture, you’ll find something for everyone along the Côte d'Azur.
Near Monaco, but without the hustle and bustle, Plage Mala may be accessed via steps down from the town centre and features a calm bay with public and private areas.
Popular among locals and tourists, Larvotto Beach offers private and public sunbathing areas and is near Avenue Princess Grace. Protected waters along this manmade beach are jellyfish-free during summer months.
A favorite for families, this beach features facilities and refreshment huts, making it popular for a full day of fun in the sun.
One of three popular beaches on the Saint Jean Cap Ferrat peninsula, Palmona Beach offer fabulous views and an exceptional landscape.
Located west of the city, this beach with large boulders amid the golden sand is popular for picnics and is a prime snorkeling area.
Known as a gardener’s paradise, the subtropical microclimate allows for beautiful gardens amid the city’s unique French Riviera architecture.
Coral hues from clear harbor waters are but one of many attractions at this picturesque fishing village filled with an array of cultural destinations, shopping and fun things to do.
Known as one of the liveliest cities on the Côte d'Azur, Nice offers everything from beaches and seaside dining to museums, shopping, and nightlife.
French Riviera adventure starts at Eze, a quaint village filled with cobblestone streets and home to the Jardin Botanique d'Èze, where rare plants encase the ruins of an ancient chateau.
Home to the Cannes Film Festival, this popular tourist destination features a beautiful Mediterranean beach, designer boutique shopping, and fine dining amid its fashionable community.
An artist’s haven wedged between the Mediterranean Sea and the French Prealps, this village is filled with cobblestone walkways, historical monuments, museums, and galleries. An artist’s haven wedged between the Mediterranean Sea and the French Prealps, this village is filled with cobblestone walkways, historical monuments, museums, and galleries.
Famous landmarks, the Picasso Museum, sidewalk cafes, beaches and more are found at this historic town encased by fortified walls.
A seaside town timeless in popularity, luxury surrounds its guests at every turn. Discover everything from vineyards and fields of lavender to fabulous French cuisine and extraordinary shopping.
This former fishing village, set in the heart of the French Riviera, is filled with history and heritage as well as museums, shopping, walking trails and beaches.
Place du Palais Princier, Monaco, 98000
155 Avenue Princess Grace, Roquebrune Cap Martin, France, 06190
Eze Village, Eze Village, France, 06000
Eze Village, Eze Village, 06000
Nice, France, 06000
Flower Market (Nice)
Monte Carlo Festivals,5, avenue des Ligures, Monaco, 98000
4, rue Colonel Bellando de Castro, Monaco, 98000
Casino square, Monaco, 98000
Avenue de la Quarantaine, Monaco, 98000
Saint Jean Cap Ferrat, France, 06320
Impasse Gustave Eiffel, Beaulieu sur Mer, France, 06310
Avenue Nicolas II -Boulevard Tzarevitch, Nice, France, 06000
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Port de Cap d'Ail,
Cap d'Ail, France, 06320
Fax: +33 492-106700