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Panoramic views of the Cote d'Azur
Individually designed rooms for a boutique feel
2 Michelin starred restaurant, The Chevre d'Or
Fantastic location for a beach retreat or city break
Situated in a charming Medieval town with plenty of history
Mediterranean Climate - generally warm and dry May - September. The Cote d'Azur has a mild climate throughout the year, the hottest months being July and August, and the coolest being January and February. Rain mostly falls during the cooler winter months and there is an average of only 60 days' rain per year.
Located in the heart of the mediaeval village of Eze, sits the sublime Chevre d'Or. Set high up on a hillside the hotel has commanding views over the Cote d'Azur, from Antibes to Ventigmilia. The Chevre d'Or also boasts a Michelin starred restaurant.
The charming hotel Chevre d'Or, which has spectacular views of the Mediterranean and Cote d'Azur is luxury at its best. Every room at this stunning hotel has a different design, giving it a boutique feel. Ranging from classic, elegantly decorated rooms, to the panoramic suite which features its own infinity pool, the Chevre d'Or exudes glamour.
The hotel is famed for its 2 Michelin star restaurant, which over the years has hosted many a famous face, as has the hotel bar, which is decked out in a medieval style, to reflect the surrounding village.
The Chevre d'Or boasts wellness area exclusively for its guests which offers a range of treatments and massages. There is also a private gym on site for guests who want to keep fit during their stay.
One of the most unique parts of the hotel is the pool area, with views stretching towards Saint Jean Cap Ferrat, one of the most favoured holiday destinations for international Jet Set. The pool is surrounded by beautiful gardens and terraces and is the ideal place to unwind and enjoy a cocktail in the sun.
The Chateau Chevre d'Or is also the perfect retreat for nature lovers. Set amid a variety of different gardens, the hotel is scented with jasmine, bougainvillea and rose, which drifts throughout the air.
The rooms at the Chateau Chevre d'Or have all been uniquely designed, giving it an exclusive feel throughout. The hotel has an old fashioned charm about it, with lots of antique furniture and traditional elements.
The Classic, Tradition and Elegance rooms have views over the beautiful village of Eze or the gardens that surround the hotel.
The Deluxe rooms and Junior Suite all have sea vistas and depending on availability, boast terraces to sit and drink in the view.
The Chevre d'Or has four Executive Suites and two Prestiges suites, all of which are named after the famous artists who have visited Eze and surrounding area. These rooms are perfectly situated for those who want a panoramic view of the ocean, whilst reclining in luxury.
The most sought-after room at this splendid hotel is the Panoramic Suite, which as the name suggests looks along the whole of the Cote d'Azur, from Ventimiglia to Antibes. The expanse of ocean can been seen from the private infinity pool and Jacuzzi which are on the terrace of the Panoramic Suite. Also provided is a sauna, private terrace for sun bathing and a large sitting room to accommodate all your friends and family.
All rooms feature mini bars, air-conditioning, Wi-Fi and international television channels.
Deluxe Rooms comprise 43 m² & offer superb views over the sea. Some feature a balcony and they all have a bathroom with Jacuzzi.
Prestige Suite with a terrace, a panoramic sea view on the Cap Ferrat Bay and a large sitting area.
The Chevre d'Or Hotel features three restaurants, a café and a bar so is perfectly suited to all tastes, although it is perhaps most well known for its two Michelin starred restaurant which opened in the 1950s. The restaurant menu changes on a regular basis and features a range of locally sourced seasonal fares. Lunch dishes include mozzarella stuffed zuchinni flowers with orange zest, curried seeds and crushed truffle and fillet of wild turbot, preserved in salted butter with chlorophyll herb cream and Oscieter caviar.
For those who want a more relaxed dining experience, Le Cafe du Jardin, has a more simple menu which includes smoked salmon and scrambled eggs, cheeseburgers, sea bream and steak.
The hotel bar, is the most traditional part of the Hotel Chevre d'Or and has a cosy feel with period furniture, wrought iron chandeliers and marble colonnades. It boasts fantastic views on the Mediterranean and has a superb selection of champagne, cognac and cigars.
The Cote d'Azur is perhaps one of the most gorgeous places on the planet and has a never ending list of things to do and places to go. With Monaco just a 10 minute drive from the medieval village of Eze, you can visit the world famous Grand Prix race track, go to the cities infamous casinos or relax at the port watch the world go by.
For those who want to venture further a field, the beautiful town of Saint Paul de Vence is a short drive away and has some of the prettiest architecture in Europe. Grasse, with its perfumeries is also not too far away and for those who like the hustle and bustle of city life, Nice, is just 10 minutes away by car.
The local beaches offer some of the best sun bathing spots along the Cote d'Azur, most feature beach side restaurants with gastronomic Mediterranean delights and locally sourced beverages including Provence Rose.
La Colombe d'Or is the most famous restaurant in St Paul de Vence and the surrounding area. Synonymous with lovers of French art, the walls are littered with beautiful and inspiring creations by renowned artists, including Picasso.
Grasse in the Cote d'Azur has been synonymous with perfume production since the 16th century; the scents of which are used by some of the most prestigious perfume houses of France. For a day trip, tour the perfumeries or create your very own scent.
An exclusive experience to discover the Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild, one of the most beautiful Renaissance palaces on the Côte d'Azur, built on top of the peninsula of Cap Ferrat.
Gordes is arguably the prettiest village in the Luberon region and seems to cling on to the rock face overlooking the Vaucluse plateau. The village is a mass of winding lanes, terracotta rooftops and church towers.
Eze is a small medieval town located along the Cote d'Azur. It is about 30 minutes drive from Nice and 10 minutes from Monaco. The drive to the hotel takes you along the Basse Corniche, which has one of the most picturesque views in the world.
Flights from Gatwick to Nice take 1-hour 30-minutes. Transfer time from Nice airport to the hotel in Eze is 45-minutes by car.
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