How to Attend the James Bond 'No Time to Die' Premiere in Monaco 

Courtesy True Luxury Travel

You’ll get to live like the famous spy during your Monaco stay.

Departures is published by Meredith Corp. and owned by American Express. While American Express Card Member benefits are highlighted in this publication, including through the links indicated below, the content of this article was independently written by the editorial staff at Meredith. Other Departures content paid for by American Express is explicitly marked as such.

James Bond fans now have the chance to live like the secret agent himself. This spring travel expert True Luxury Travel created the ultimate package that includes not only helicopters, luxury hotel rooms, and martinis (shaken not stirred, of course), but also exclusive access to the James Bond No Time to Die premiere in Monaco.

The three-night Ultimate James Bond Experience starts with a private helicopter ride from Nice Airport to the five-star Hotel Metropole Monte Carlo, an American Express Fine Hotels & Resorts property. That night you get to attend the exclusive Bond Girls and Villains party at the hotel, which will feature dancing, martinis, and a surprise performance from a rock and roll legend.


Courtesy True Luxury Travel 

Then, on April 7, you’ll get to walk down the star-studded red carpet at Monaco’s Grimaldi Forum, before grabbing your seats at the premiere of No Time to Die. After, you’ll retire to your superior junior suite.

After the bucket-list-worthy night, you’ll spend the next day have a full-blown Bond experience. It starts with a private visit to the iconic Monte-Carlo Casino, which supposedly served as the inspiration for Casino Royale. From there, you’ll jump on another helicopter to zip over the city and land at luxe Japanese restaurant Yoshi for lunch before exploring the French Riviera in an Aston Martin, one of Bond’s favorite cars. 

In the evening, unwind from your adventurous day with an in-room couples massage and a candlelit dinner prepared by the culinary team at Joël Robuchon, served on the terrace of the Suite Carré d’Or penthouse. Then it’s back to the action at the casino where you can spend the night at the tables with a personal butler on hand to cater for every need. Rose petals and champagne will be waiting in your room when you return. 


Will Pryce/Courtesy True Luxury Travel 

And to top it all off, the experience includes a tuxedo and chic evening gown to be worn out.

The cost to live a luxurious life of mystery? It will cost you £7,750 ($10,000) per person based on two people sharing. But, you can feel good about the over-the-top getaway as a portion of rates will be donated to Princess Grace Foundation, an organization dedicated to supporting emerging artists across theatre, dance, and film, and the foundation.