Part 1 focused on the room aspects of the Le Meridien Beach Plaza hotel in Monte Carlo, Monaco. Part 2 of this review will focus on the breakfast buffet portion and the private outdoor beach. As a Platinum Starwood guest, I chose the breakfast as my Platinum amenity.
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Le Meridien Beach Plaza Monaco Hotel Review Part 1
Le Meridien Beach Plaza Monaco Hotel Review Part 2
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I had access to the full Le Meridien breakfast buffet which costs a whopping 35 euros ~ $48.07 USD. For two people, this would be a $96.14 value.
The buffet consisted of cold meats and cheeses with hot selections such as eggs, bacon, mushrooms, pancakes, sausage, congee, and haddock.
There were also pastries such as croissants, muffins, and donuts.
There were also fresh fruits, juices, and cereal available.
In addition to all of the above, there was also a made to order station such as fresh eggs and omelets. I had sunny side up eggs made to order.
From the buffet, I had haddock (fish), sausage, tomato, bacon, and mushrooms.
I also grabbed some French pastries with nutella.
I couldn’t help but order an illy cappuccino which was included in the buffet.
In the back of the hotel, you can access the private beach which is only for hotel guests. It was a bit chilly that morning so there weren’t many people sunbathing or going into the ocean.
Overall, I really liked my stay at the Le Meridien Beach Plaza hotel. The staff was friendly, the room was fabulous, and the breakfast buffet was amazing. The location of the hotel was not as centrally located as I would’ve liked, but I walked everywhere. It took 15 minutes to walk to the Monte Carlo Casino which is the centerpiece of the city. Another 10-15 minutes from the casino, you can reach the city center of town. Monaco is really a walking city and I’m really glad I chose this property and would return in a heartbeat.