23 - 25 September, 2019
Le Meridien Beach Plaza, Monte Carlo
44 (0) 207 368 9854
Venue & Accommodation
When & Where…
24th-26th September 2018
Le Meridien Beach Plaza
22 Avenue Princesse Grace, Monte Carlo, 98000, Monaco
T: +377 93 30 98 80
Ideally located within walking distance of Monaco's most renowned tourist attractions, Le Méridien Beach Plaza hotel is the most serene place to reside in Monte Carlo. Rooms and suites offering breath-taking views, spacious private terraces and outstanding resort facilities will enhance your experience. Le Méridien Beach Plaza is the only hotel in Monte Carlo with its own private beach with direct access.
Should you require accommodation for the duration of the conference, Capital Creation attendees can benefit from a preferential rate at Le Meridien Beach Plaza of €310 per room, per night including VAT and a full breakfast.
To book your room at our exclusive discounted rate, please click here.
Group rate available until 3rd September 2018. Subject to availability.
Please note; we do not take responsibility either for reserving your travel or accommodation or for any subsequent cancellation.
The Nice Côte d’Azur Int’l Airport, is 15 miles from Monaco and links the Principality with all the major cities of the world.
Regular daily connections by highway: Journey time is approximately 45 minutes.
By Taxi from Airport
Journey time: approximately 35 minutes.
All international trains stop at Monaco/Monte-Carlo Station located at Avenue Prince Pierre:
- IC-The "Ligure" (Marseille-Milan);
- The "Train Bleu" (Paris-Ventimiglia);
- The "T.G.V." (Paris-Nice-Monaco).
- The "Metrazur" offers regular connections to Saint-Raphael-Ventimiglia in summer.
For information on Trains in Europe, dial 1-800-4-EURAIL or visit Europe on Rail's website at www.europeonrail.com You can also visit the website of French Railway Company SNCF at www.sncf.com (select France and type in "Monaco" when selecting the city).
Top 5 Attractions in Monte-Carlo
1) THE ROCK
beating heart of the city, the Rock is located on the heights of Monaco. With its pretty houses dating from the 16th to the 18th, its narrow streets and ramparts, this district will dazzle you with its beauty. A visit out of time, which will allow you to discover, among others, the chapel of the Visitation, the cathedral and the Palace. You can also admire the breathtaking views of the Mediterranean Sea.
2) THE CASINO OF MONTE-CARLO
To visit Monaco is also to go to the Casino! Designed by Charles Garnier in 1879, the Monte-Carlo casino is as magnificent as it is prestigious. Eldorado of the Belle Epoque style architectural game, this place has made the fortune of many players of the principality, but it is also renowned for the beauty of its salons. Do not miss his opera theater, which is definitely worth a look.
3) THE PRINCIPAL PALACE
To visit Monaco is to go through the Palais Princier. Official residence of the Prince since 1927, the Palace of Monaco overlooks the Mediterranean and perfectly expresses the grandeur of the Grimaldi family. This building has an exciting history, including being besieged and bombed by many foreign armies. It is also the symbol of the influence of the principality on the Côte d'Azur. Take advantage in particular of the relief of the prince's riflemen, a ceremony set like music paper.
4) THE MONTE-CARLO DISTRICT
Located east of the Gaumates Valley, Monte Carlo is the most famous place in Monaco. And so an essential step of your journey in the Principality. Monte Carlo is synonymous with luxury and abundance, and is often considered a territory in its own right. It is actually a neighborhood integrated in the city of Monaco, which has about fifteen thousand inhabitants. Discover its sumptuous villas and its gigantic buildings, as well as its numerous buildings of interest: its Casino, its Opera as well as the Hôtel de l'Hermitage, simply fabulous.
5) THE OCEANOGRAPHIC MUSEUM
With its huge aquarium gathering 6000 varieties of the marine world, the oceanographic museum is a treasure for any lover of the fauna and flora of the seas. Founded by Prince Albert I in 1910, it takes you on a breathtaking dive under the oceans, discovering all its mysteries. The lagoon, a real coral reef reconstituted in the museum, is the icing on the cake of this visit that you will not regret for anything in the world.
BEWARE OF ROOM BLOCK AND RESERVATIONS SCAMS! Please note that the information provided above is the only official method to make reservations within the conference for hotel bedrooms. No housing company has been sanctioned by WBR and any outside groups contacting you claiming to be the housing provider for the event are not affiliated with the conference or WBR. If you have been contacted by one of these companies, or have any questions regarding making your hotel reservations for the event, please contact your event manager or call +44 (0) 207 368 9465