Global: Dom Pérignon unveils branded hotel suite in Monaco

The experience will be available until 30 May
The experience will be available until 30 May

Champagne house Dom Pérignon opened a pop-up suite at the Hotel de Paris Monte-Carlo in Monaco, France yesterday (14 March).

Suite 321 is decked out in the brand's signature black and gold colours, and will be available to hire until 30 May. 

It is priced at €4,500 (£3,491) per night. Additional nights will be charged at €2,733 (£2,120).

Included in the price tag is a bottle of the brand's 2006 champagne and its 1998 Dom Pérignon Second Plenitude, which is worth around £275.

The experience will see guests be picked up from Nice airport in an S-Class Mercedes, and they will receive a cocktail at Bar Américain upon arrival. Later, a five-course meal designed by Alain Ducasse will be served by the hotel’s head chef Franck Cerutti.

They will also get access to a private Dom Pérignon wine cellar, complete with the company's various vintages.

Last year the brand hired a Grade II listed townhouse near Holborn for a 10-day pop-up, which saw each of the building's three floors dedicated to a different vintage, and Michelin-starred chef Skye Gyngell created a menu to match.

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