Monaco is a small but affluent city-state that is known for being one of the most glamorous and luxurious destinations in the world. One of its standout features is its skyline, which boasts several impressive office buildings that stand tall above the rest. In this article, we will explore the 7 tallest office buildings in Monaco, from highest to lowest height.
1. Tour Odeon: 564 feet (172m)
The Tour Odeon is truly an architectural masterpiece that stands as the tallest building on this list and also in Monaco as a whole. Completed in 2015, this breathtaking tower boasts over 70 floors with impressive views of the Mediterranean Sea and Monaco itself. The construction of Tour Odeon cost approximately €400 million, making it one of Europe’s most expensive residential buildings ever built.
Fun Fact: The Penthouse at Tour Odeon set a record for being sold at €350 million ($387 million), making it one of Europe’s most expensive apartments ever sold.
2. Le Meridien Beach Plaza: 331 feet (101m)
Le Meridien Beach Plaza is a stunning luxury hotel located right beside Monte Carlo’s Resort & Casino complex facing Larvotto Bay with direct access to private beach including an indoor cinema under palm trees or fitness classes by yoga gurus.
Fun Fact: The hotel has been host to numerous high-profile events such as fashion shows and celebrity gatherings over the years since its establishment as well personal conferences like TEDx or business workshops run by IBM.
3. Monte Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort: 261 feet (80m)
Monte Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort provides various rooms for guests along with multiple restaurants like “Blue Bay” serving Southeast Asian cuisine created by Chef Marcel Ravin who came from Martinique island which has French Caribbean background blended when discovered by Christopher Columbus during his last voyage.
Fun Fact: The hotel’s beachfront property is surrounded by gardens, making it one of Monaco’s more serene locations for guests to and unwind.
4. Monte Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort Building B: 225 feet (70m)
Monte Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort building B contains mediterranean-style apartments with private balconies compounding a residential area together with the hotel located in the same area offering various amenities such as Club House, tennis courts and fitness center available to inside the property.
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Fun Fact: The top floor of Building B has a penthouse suite that offers unrivaled views of this beautiful city-state combined with surrounding inspiring landscape from Italian side to stunning french riviera sunsets while enjoying chef-cooked meals or drinks of your own choice.
5. Place des Moulins Office Building: 200 feet (61m)
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Place des Moulins is an office building that dominates the district around a pedestrian square bearing its name, it is recognizable by its double facade made up entirely of mirrored panels creating reflective surfaces illustrating passerby movements underlining Monte-carlo’s extraordinary urbanity according to architect Henri Pottier how designed this construction from scratch.
Fun Fact: Its facades are covered in photovoltaic panels that harness solar energy during daylight hours, allowing it to be more sustainable than other buildings in Monaco.
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6. Gildo Pastor Center: 196 feet (60m)
The Gildo Pastor Center is named after its founder -the famous Monegasque pastor Gildo Pastor– This modernist building has been designed both for office spaces and luxury apartments constructed early in millennium year dominated by white curves defining different angles visible when facing Larvotto Bay offering the perfect backdrop for anyone seeking exceptional indoor-outdoor experience at any time day or night.
Fun Fact : In addition to hosting some of Monaco’s most prestigious events like Top Marques Monaco auto show, this property also served as a venue for the 2017 Star Wars Film premier during the Cannes Film Festival.
7. The Estoril: 190 feet(58m)
The Estoril is an office building that stands tall in Monaco’s business district, not far from the Monte Carlo neighborhood. Completed in 1976, this building was erected on an area that used to be home to several small villas and boasts exceptional views of Port Hercule surrounded by lush greenery creating stunning contrast of urban and natural scenery in one location unique only to Monaco.
Fun Fact: The façade of The Estoril has sloping glass walls that extend over four stories creating a grand entrance into the building proper where visitors are greeted by its expansive atrium grand entryway.