The Monte-Carlo Country Club continues to focus on its developments and is turned towards the future. A three stages project has already been launched:
The first stage is finished
This enabled the Professional Locker Rooms to be extended (basement level of the Fitness Centre) by creating, on the one hand, a gymnasium, reserved for players in the ATP World Tour Masters 1000, and on the other, in the continuation of this extension, a vast storage area, which will improve the day-to-day running of the Club.
The second stage is also finished
After having demolished the old “Bergerie” building, a tunnel has been dug leading from the Avenue Princesse Grace to a large space directly under courts nos. 15 and 16, thus enabling the TV trucks to park undergroung during the Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters.
The present day car park located under the Hard Courts, nos. 19 and 20, will be reserved for visitors and non-member guests. Near this car park, Entrance 5 will be reestablished and equipped with a magnetic card reader so members who so wish may enter the Club by this gate.
The third and last stage ended early March 2019
On March 4th, the Pavillon de la Bergerie was delivred.
This new building, of which the architecture was designed to perfectly fit into the Club's environment, continues to embody the modernization of the facilities and services offered by the Club. Nevertheless, the past is not forgotten! Proof of this is the name given to this new building in memory of the old sheepfold that was already in this location well before the Club's construction in 1927.
The two last top floors of this new building are dedicated to Fitness and Body strengthening with, on level 3, a 175 sqm² Cardio & Multi-Training room and on level 2 a 175 sqm² Fitness & Weight Lifting room.
The ground flloor, will be dedicated to the practice of Ping-Pong from June 2019.
New boutique and pro-shop
Works will begin end of May 2019 on the ground floor of the Pavillon des Pins, in the old fitness room, to host from September onwards the brand new Club’s boutique / pro-shop.
A much more spacious area than the current pro-shop, which will permit to have a larger range of technical tennis and fitness products, as well as to develop the M.C.C.C. collections.