Monte-Carlo Beach développement durable

Our CSR commitments

Minimise your event's carbon footprint with us

Committed to a proactive environmental and societal approach that has promoted ever greener luxury for over 17 years, the Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer Group continue its 4rd Sustainable Development Charter for 2022-2026: Go Sustainable.


Our pledges include minimised energy use, zero-carbon transport, respect for natural heritage, a commitment to social good, a target to reduce GHG emissions by 55% between now and 2030... they are all a testament to our group’s long-term commitment to a more responsible luxury industry.

Our CSR policy for your event


Helping you reduce your event’s carbon footprint at every stage and supporting you with your CSR commitments is how Société des Bains de Mer sees its role as your ethical partner!


From travel to transfers, accommodation, food & beverage, activities and a compensation scheme (for when unavoidable issues come up), Monte-Carlo SBM offer you the most environmentally friendly solutions for your event.

Engagement social et développement durable à Monaco

Our most significant commitments include:

  • Efficient and responsible management of water and energy resources
  • A genuine policy of sorting and recycling that promotes reuse and limits waste
  • A food offer that focuses on naturalness and well-being
  • Respect and preservation of our natural heritage and its biodiversity


Water and energy are key challenges for a major luxury resort

In just a few years, the establishments belonging to the Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer Group have significantly reduced their water and energy consumption. For example, the Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort has reduced its energy expenditure by 30% in just 8 years! The Group also differentiates itself by purchasing clean energy (98,5 % of the electricity certified as from renewable sources) and offsetting its gas consumption. Finally, water consumption has fallen by 35% in 10 years.

And because the fight against food waste concerns us all, the Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer Group has adopted the “Gourmet Box”, a customised version of the “Petite Boite Monégasque” initially launched by the Monaco town hall, which consists of a box for taking home the leftovers from a meal after lunch or dinner. A simple way to make the “doggy bag” a habit for its customers!


Well-being on the plate

Sustainable development is also evident in the Resort’s kitchens thanks to Chefs who promote a healthy and authentic cuisine, using local, seasonal and fresh products. All allergens are also specified on our menus.


The Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort boasts its own organic kitchen garden, working in close partnership with the start-up Terre de Monaco which creates urban organic gardens.

Finally, the Hotel Hermitage Monte-Carlo, the Thermes Marins Monte-Carlo and its restaurant L’Hirondelle, the Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort, the Café de Paris Monte-Carlo and the Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo have signed the Mr Goodfish commitment to respect marine resources with an emphasis on fish from sustainable sources.


Preserving biodiversity, a priority for everyone


From the green spaces showcasing Mediterranean flora to the Marine protected areas of the Larvotto managed by the Monegasque Association for the Protection of Nature, as well as Pointe de la Vigie at Monte-Carlo Beach, which was officially classified as a bird refuge by the French Bird Protection League (Ligue de Protection des Oiseaux) since 2019, the Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer Group is surrounded by an exceptional natural heritage that must be respected and protected. The green spaces are maintained without pesticides and also include several hundred-year-old trees along the Monaco Heritage Tree Trail. (