Opposite the Casino Gardens, The Métropole Shopping Center welcomes you into a luxury décor of beautiful marble under a magnificent period chandelier.
Monday to Saturday, from 10 am to 7:30 pm
Enjoy with its 80 boutiques.
The shops are high-end and luxury and in a beautiful relaxing setting.
130 parking spots – Open daily 24/24
17 Avenue des Spélugues, 98000 Monaco
+377 93 50 15 36
Centre Commercial de Fontvieille
The Fontvieille Shopping Centre combines practicality and completeness with elegance. Indeed with its large car park and 36 shops including hi-fi equipment, music, furniture and clothes together with various restaurants, a Carrefour hypermarket and a McDonalds, you will find everything you need on a daily basis.
The mall is open Monday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
The hypermarket is open monday to saturday :
8:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. in winter
8:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. in summer
25 Avenue Albert II, 98000, Monaco
The establishments located on the quai of the Yacht Club de Monaco offer a dedicated shopping haven at the heart of the Port Hercule.
Be it to purchase or enjoy a glass from a vast selection of over 2,300 wines and spirits at The Wine Palace Monte-Carlo, or to revel in the stylish, modern clothing and fresh takes on heritage designs for men, women, and kids at Brooks Brothers, or choose from a selection of luxury watches for men and women at Rolex or to get a quote from Only Yacht, insurance brokers specialised in yacht and super yacht insurance.
The Yacht Club de Monaco is the Principality's latest addition to bespoke shopping.
Quai Louis II, 98 000 Monaco
+377 93 10 63 00
The Monte-Carlo Pavilions
The Monte-Carlo Pavilions, also known as the Pavillons des Merveilles and the Pavillons des Boulingrins, are five temporary commercial buildings in Monaco.
The pavilions are located in the Boulingrins Gardens, near the Sporting d'Hiver and the Place du Casino.
The pavilions were built as temporary shops for luxury stores by the Société des Bains de Mer (SBM) for the duration of construction work along the Avenue des Beaux-Arts.The SBM invested 17 million in their construction.The construction firms were Richelmi and Acieroid, two subsidiaries of Bouygues. Construction began in 2013, and they were completed in 2014.
The pavilions were built with aluminum panels made by the firm Bertuli,and designed in the Googie style by architects Chérif Jahlan and Richard Martinet.Landscape architect Jean Mus also worked on the layout.The buildings resemble beach pebbles, with a footpath between them which looks like a river. They range "from 220 to 600 square metres each, reaching a maximum of 10 metres in height".
The tenants are Alexander Mc Queen, Akris, Balenciaga, Bottega Veneta, Boucheron, Chanel, Chopard, Czarina, Lanvin, Miu Miu, Piaget, Sonia Rykiel, Stardust, Yves Saint Laurent and Zendrini. By October 2014, two out of the five buildings were empty due to the steep rent.
The buildings are scheduled to be demolished in 2018, once the construction work on the Avenue des Beaux-Arts has ended.
68 Allées des Boulingrins, 98000 Monaco
+377 6 82 30 08 93
Galerie du Park Palace
"Two Minutes from the Casino"
Located in the Cercle d'Or area of the Principality, the Galerie Park Palace is home to some of the most famous labels in the world. The numerous boutiques include Laurèl, Escada, Gianfranco Ferré, Linea Nuovo, Atmosphère and Stizzoli. Most of the shops are clothes shops, but there's also a floral designer (Narmino), a delicatessen selling traditional Italian products (Plaisirs du Palais) and a restaurant (O Sole Mio). Finally, the Galerie is linked via an escalator to the avenue St. Michel and then on to the boulevard Princesse Charlotte.
27 Avenue de la Costa & 5 bis Avenue St Michel, 98000 Monaco