Tucked away in the popular district of Jardin Exotique, L’Exotique Monaco is one of the most highly sought-after residential complexes in Monaco. Boasting a fabulous range of amenities, world-class design, lush tropical foliage, and breath-taking sea-views, L’Exotique Monaco is the ideal place to call home.
LUXURY LIVING AT L’EXOTIQUE MONACO
As one of the most sought-after developments in Monaco, L’Exotique offers a wonderful range of amenities, including a delightful pool, hammam, and sauna. Residents are also able to benefit from secure underground parking.
Designed by architect Rudy Riccioti, the main architect of the MUCEM museum in Marseille, France, this spectacular building has been designed purposefully to maximise light, boasting light and airy interiors. In addition, apartments at L’Exotique Monaco benefit from spectacular views of the Mediterranean Sea stretching out into the horizon, as well as Monaco’s famed “Rock.” L’Exotique Monaco residents also enjoy wonderful terraces as well as being surrounded by lush tropical foliage, designed to encourage an outdoor Mediterranean lifestyle.
L'Exotique Development - garden views
AN IDEAL LOCATION IN JARDIN EXOTIQUE
L’Exotique Monaco is located in the heart of the popular district of Jardin Exotique, within striking distance of Monaco’s world-class service providers, attractions, and amenities.
Located in the north-west of Monaco, the district of Jardin Exotique was created in 2013, bringing together the former districts of Les Revoires and La Colle, as well as a part of Les Moneghetti. One of the many benefits of this wonderful district is its elevation high on a cliff edge, ensuring spectacular sea views with the rest of the principality of Monaco cascading out below.
As this residential building’s name indicates, L’Exotique Monaco is located just moments away from the Jardin Exotique, a stunning botanical garden which offers a wonderful retreat from hectic day-to-day-life. Built on the edge of a cliff, the garden features a stunning range of succulent plants which were brought back from Mexico in the late 1860s, ensuring the garden is one of the most popular attractions of the principality.