Restaurants, bars, hotels and casinos
Restaurants, bars, hotels and casinosLast update: 22/04/2022
The requirement to show a health pass in restaurants and bars has been lifted.
Advance booking has been lifted.
Full details about all procedures associated with the health pass can be found at this link.
Restaurants, bars, ice cream parlours and tea rooms are open..
There is no longer a requirement to wear a mask indoors for both staff and visitors.
Yes, they are open. Staff will not need to wear masks during service.
It is no longer necessary to show a Health Pass in the Principality, except in the following cases:
- People working or acting as a volunteer, pupil or student in Monegasque healthcare facilities (hospitals, clinics, etc.) or facilities for elderly people or people with disabilities, and those in contact with elderly or vulnerable people. (click here to see the list of people affected)
- Visitors to Princess Grace Hospital or care homes
At their request, the managers of health care and elderly care facilities are authorised to require presentation of a health pass by visitors wishing to access certain services. This does not apply to patients who have an appointment for a medical consultation or who need to visit the accident and emergency unit
- Persons wishing to enter the Principality (click here to see the conditions for entry)
In the case of customers, tests are valid for 24 hours. In the case of staff and contributors, the validity period is extended to 72 hours. In practical terms, this means that a restaurant employee who is not vaccinated and has not recovered from COVID can use a test taken within the last 72 hours to attend their place of work. However, if they wish to dine in a restaurant, they will need to show a test taken within the last 24 hours.
If there is no QR code, paper evidence can be considered sufficient proof.