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.
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
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.
When to visit
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.
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