Monaco Tourist Authority

Stephan Degueurce-Roberge, Managing Director Monaco Tourist Authority

Stephan Degueurce-Roberge


Stephan Degueurce-Roberge has lived in the UK for the past 17 years.

He has held various successful positions over the course of his fantastic career including playing an instrumental part in Air France Head Office, launching "Le Chateau de la Messardiere" in Saint-Tropez & the "C.I.D" in Deauville, building Sales & Marketing Plans exclusive Hotels worldwide then leading the UK & Irish market for Lucien Barriere Hotels & Casinos.

Both UK & Ireland are now Monaco's second largest markets for leisure & Meeting/Incentive. 

Stephan and his team showcase Monaco as an exclusive destination and celebrate with enthusiasm all the positive aspects which make the Principality so unique.
 "Monaco is one of the most attractive destination in the World, a Legend, a Country with a unique history, but firmly looking in the present & future". 

Monaco Tourist Authority

Team Monaco Tourist Authority


The Monaco Tourist Authority team mission in the UK & Ireland and recently in Norway, Sweden, Denmark & Finland is to promote the Principality of Monaco as a prime holiday and meeting & incentive destination in order to increase revenues and stimulate economic development and growth for the whole destination.

Monaco Tourist Authority organises and attends exhibitions, sales missions, networking opportunities in the UK, Ireland & Scandinavia and assist local partners
and all potential clients with any queries they may have.

Our excellent knowledge of Monaco enables us to provide free expert advice to help you to organise your next event or next stay in our Principality.

Those services are tailor-made and available with only a telephone call or an email to the team Tel. 0207 318 10 90 Email.

We have been nominated and awarded the Best Overseas Convention Bureau in the UK many times and we elaborate all year round partnerships with leisure & corporate organisations, airlines, management companies, press promote Monaco and increase the number of British, Irish and Scandinavian visitors.