The main hall of the hotel is encased in marble. The floors, the pillars, the reception counter; everything has been kissed with the touch of this most noble of materials. Black & Gold marble from the Far East, Turkish Afyion, its sable tones interwoven with light. Everywhere there are flowers, as if one is in a real garden, and candles together with a discrete scent of luxury. From the moment one enters, a warm welcome is guaranteed.
On the right is the Monopol Restaurant, bathed in light and with its chestnut ceiling supported by marble porphyry pillars, with the café and meeting rooms adjacent.
Straight ahead lie the lifts and stairs which lead to the magical world of Sanum Per Aquam – the hotel spa. On the left is a long corridor and more rooms. All in excellent proportions, everything arranged in order to welcome, to envelop, to make one feel at home.
In the newly restored 5 star Monopol one can find 121 rooms, of which 14 are apartments. Every room has been individually designed with the greatest of care taken in every detail. In this painstakingly restored building, contemporary architecture and interior design consciously match these features, the gothic forms of the church. It once again underlines how sublime and innovative interior design can match beautifully with old, heritage materials and how the most up to date technology supports and completes the historical substance of the whole.
Each room possesses the essential creature comforts of a 5 star hotel. The greatest care has been taken here to ensure that every comfort important for the well groomed contemporary traveller is exceeded.
The Monopol Hotel is truly unforgettable. Everyone who stays here even once will certainly wish to return, for it is impossible not to be drawn back to such a place.
Indeed, the Monopol was given life to provide such a welcome.