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An exceptional stay in this sublime medieval village Hotel. You must reserve a suite and wake up to the panoramic view of the French riviera then soak up the sun on your private furnished terrace. The Michelin Star (2) restaurant is exactly what you hope...More
Rooms and suites are spread all over the medieval historic stone village of Eze, with the hotel taking up the sea front slope of the rocks that the town was built on. Stunning views over the whole Nice region from high up, terraced 400 sqm...More
Beautiful hotel, a little quirky and eccentric, extraordinary location in a traditional village in the south of France and stunning views. Our three day stay was fabulous. Service is efficient and gracious. The two Michelin star restaurant is exceptionally good and we enjoyed les Remparts...More
There is nothing bad to say about this piece d'resistance of the south of France. Just amazing. Yes, it's expensive but it's not meant to be affordable. And here, you get what you pay for. Most amazing view, amazing service, peace you name it. Fabulous...More
This was my second stay at the Chateau de la Chevre d'Or. My husband, the owner of a large travel business in the USA and we traveled to France for 2 weeks with family and friends. I booked 6 rooms at the Chateau and they...More
Response from linda3cats2014 | Reviewed this property |
Yes re the taxi, but there are lots of steps to the various terraces and cobbled uneven paths/roads inside the hotel grounds too. The rooms are the old houses on the medieval streets and ours had a steep marble staircase to... More
Yes re the taxi, but there are lots of steps to the various terraces and cobbled uneven paths/roads inside the hotel grounds too. The rooms are the old houses on the medieval streets and ours had a steep marble staircase to the upper floor (bathroom downstairs and bedroom uostairs). They have some specially adapted rooms though. It is a fabulous hotel (the best I have ever stayed jn) but with mobility issues you may not get the full benefits. i hope this helps.
I agree with what the others have said. I’m not sure this place was designed with small children in mind. Strollers would be fine in and around the main hotel but wandering the medieval town would not be a stroller... More
I agree with what the others have said. I’m not sure this place was designed with small children in mind. Strollers would be fine in and around the main hotel but wandering the medieval town would not be a stroller friendly experience. Grade school children on the other hand would probably have a blast with all of the places to roam and wander about. All of that aside, I must say that I think this would be an incredible place for a wedding. I've never been to venue more perfectly suited for a wedding. The vistas and surroundings are breathtaking.