Perched between the mountains and the Mediterranean Sea in the picturesque village of Eze, the romantic 4 Star Hotel Château de la Chèvre d ’Or is a jewel placed in the most beautiful of settings. Close to Monaco, Roquebrune and Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, barely 20 minutes from Nice and its airport, the medieval village of Eze is today one of the most remarkable sites of the French Riviera. Thus, the castle Hotel Château de la Chèvre d ’Or enjoys a unique location offering tranquillity and relaxed luxury at the Côte d’Azur. It is a true Provençal Olympus, perched high up, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, at an altitude of nearly 400 metres. A unique historic hotel with individual charm
The honeymoon hotel Château de la Chèvre d’Or has a refreshing, rustic appeal à la Provence and is in a class of its own. Starting with seven, the luxury hotel now has 36 rooms of distinctly individual character, some are in the heart of the main building, whilst others are scattered in the village. The architecture is always different and the decor original in each room. One bedroom stretches out over two floors, another, bathed in sunlight, opens wide onto a patio at the side of a pool. Most of the elegantly decorated rooms have panoramic view of the Côte d’Azur, offering refinement and comfort. Certain magnificent rooms of the 4 star hotel are a spectacle in themselves, such as the suite whose bathroom has a huge, round bath tucked under the rock. Junior Suites have private terraces and gardens. The Presidential suite is the newest and finest suite at the Chateau. It provides a private overflowing swimming pool and a wonderful view of the Mediterranean Sea.
For their relaxation, hotel guests have a heated swimming pool, a jacuzzi, a fitness room and free access to the neighboring tennis club. Exquisite Provence cooking
Although during its half century of existence, its vocation as one of the best luxury hotels of the Côte d’Azur has become fully established, one of the major assets of the 4 Star Hotel Château de la Chèvre d’Or, remains its cuisine. More than ever, the large dining room offers its guests light, refinement and conviviality. The panorama is exceptional. The large picture windows look out over the Cap Ferrat, the Cap d’Antibes and the Gulf of Saint Tropez. In the summer there is no better place to lunch or enjoy a drink than the scenic terrace of Les Remparts. You will be served lunch under large white parasols, overlooking the sea, with dishes bringing you the fragrance of Provence. The jewel of the Côte d’Azur: Eze
The medieval village of Eze, with its quaint shops along twisting, cobbled streets is wonderfully charming to explore. The Exotic Garden of Eze occupies a large part of the ruins of the château of Eze. As well as a fine botanic collection, it offers an extraordinary panorama. It embraces, in a single glance, the Cap Ferrat and the Gulf of Saint Tropez. In clear weather, you can see as far as Corsica! But Eze does not only look out on the Riviera and the Mediterranean Sea. It also has its head in the stars, with the Astrorama, an observatory up at the top of the village. When night falls, the Planetarium provides glasses and telescopes to discover the deep blue sky of the Côte d’Azur, the beauty of the moon and the secrets of the stars.