Green luxury

Au Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort

A pioneer in sustainable development, the beachside establishment embodies Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer’s commitment through its eco-friendly initiatives.

Michelin-starred chef Marcel Ravin in his vegetable garden./ © Fabbio

 Green Globe certification means meeting 100 core criteria supported by over 350 compliance indicators. Implementing concrete actions conducive to sustainable development, but also in terms of personnel management. Involving itself in charitable initiatives with local social and economic fabric. In this regard, the Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort was one of the first hotel establishments in the Principality to receive this prestigious environmental certification in 2014. An accolade regained each year, and with good reason. Since last July, the establishment has been the first to accommodate a CLEANEA machine in Monaco, allowing it to make its detergent on site. An effective surface cleaner produced from salt and water using a process of electrolysis. The hotel has a hyperactive green team, which, like the other employees of the group, works together to manage water and energy needs responsibly, a genuine policy of selective sorting, preservation of the natural heritage as well as a catering offer based on neutrality. For several years, it has joined forces with Les Bouchons d’Amour, an association that collects and recycles corks for the benefit of disabled people. It has set up its own organic vegetable garden, in collaboration with start-up Terre de Monaco. Incontrovertible proof of its everyday commitment, knowing that the Hotel de Paris and the Hotel Hermitage have also been Green Globe certified since 2019.

Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort