There's now a Dom Pérignon hotel suite in Monaco

The pop-up room at the Hôtel de Paris takes its style inspiration from the P2 1998 vintage, and comes with its own wine cellar.

Meryl D'Souza March 14, 2016

Since it’s inception in 1854, many a celebrity have graced the halls of the Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo

From hosting Winston Churchill among other heads of state, kings and princes, to even hosting the wedding reception of Hollywood star Errol Flynn, the Hôtel de Paris has passed through the years without ever losing its refined appeal.

Probably inspired by the world’s first Moët & Chandon suite we told you about last year, the hotel is teaming up with Moët’s premium label, Dom Pérignon, to create an exclusive pop-up suite that will be available to customers between March 7 and May 31 this year.

Being the first brand to collaborate with the hotel, Dom Pérignon will refurbish suite 321-322, using the décor to pay homage to its mythical P2 1998 vintage.

At the heart of the experience will be an elegant five-course dinner designed by Alain Ducasse and crafted by Hôtel de Paris head chef, Franck Cerutt, using the P2 1998 as the epicurean theme. 

The pampering doesn’t end there. Guests will have a luxurious Mercedes S-Class at their disposal for airport transfers and will be welcomed with a bottle of Dom Pérignon Vintage 2006, flowers, a book by Alain Ducasse and a cocktail at the fabled Bar Américain. They’ve even thrown in a private Dom Pérignon wine cellar with only the rarest vintages directly within the suite.

What's the damage at check out? €4,500 (about AED 18,000) for two, which actually is quite reasonable. 

The pop-up is part of three-month-long initiative by Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer, where they collaborate with premium brands to reinvent Suite 321 for a limited time. In case you miss out on Dom Pérignon's take on the suite, up next is Maserati.