Chateau De La Chevre d'Or

| Eze Village, France
 

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  • Overview
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  • Highlights & Reviews
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  • World's Best Awards

Overview

Le Château de la Chèvre d'Or in the mediaeval city of Eze sits between the sky and the Mediterranean Sea and offers a rare, warm, family-friendly atmosphere.

Thirty rooms and seven suites scattered along the heart of the mediaeval village, most with a sea view and each with a different architecture, size and decoration. Behind their elegant decor, all rooms are fully equipped with every modern comfort (air-conditioning, jacuzzi bath, minibar, in-room safe, satellite TV, wireless internet).

Location & Map

Hotel Address:
  • Chateau De La Chevre d'Or
  • Moyenne corniche, rue du Barri
  • Eze Village, 06360
  • France

Location Summary
Follow in the footsteps of philosopher Nietzsche and step through a small door into a heavenly setting filled with the scent of jasmine, bougainvillea and roses to guide you along cool, sloping paths. Some fine houses like Le Château de la Chèvre d’Or, once home to the Riquiers family and later to Prince Wilhelm of Sweden, have been transformed into artists' studios and art galleries. It is easy to imagine the donkeys climbing up from the surrounding countryside in the last century, weighed down with figs, olives and Eze mandarin oranges. The decoration in the choir of Notre-Dame-de-l’Assomption church dates back to the Baroque period and the church boasts an Egyptian cross that immerses Eze in the mysteries of the goddess Isis. At the top of the village, the exotic garden created in 1949 by Jean Gastaud adorns this gorgeous site with aloes, euphorbias and cactus.

Directions to Hotel
By Car: The A8 motorway, exit at la Turbie, then take the direction of Eze-Village By the State Highway: direction of Monaco from Nice by the coast, then take the direction Eze-Village. By Plane: Nice airport and heliport 20 kms away. By Train: Nice Railway Station, the hotel is 9km from Nice by taxi.

Highlights & Reviews

Awards
Conde Nast Award Winner, Mobil Award, Travel And Leisure Award
Fine Dining On Site
Gourmet restaurant with panoramic views. 2 stars in the 2011 Michelin guide.
Executive Retreat
Can accommodate up to 35 people
Pets Allowed
Dogs accepted
Pool Outdoor
Overlooks The Mediterranean Sea, infinity edge pool
Shopping
Monaco and Nice are a quick drive away
Tennis Courts Nearby
Five minute walk
Recommended Rooms
Each room is unique and the rooms with water views are recommended. Starting with seven, the hotel now includes 33 bedrooms, including nine apartments. The Presidential suite is the newest and finest suite at the Chateau. It provides a private overflowing swimming pool and has wonderful views of the Mediterannean. Junior Suites also have terraces and gardens.


Guest Review Highlights

TrustScore
Excellent
511 Reviews
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Couple

85% (435)

Family

11% (56)

Solo

4% (20)

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Amenities

Hotel Amenities
  • - Executive Retreat
    - Fine Dining On Site
    - Fine Dining Nearby
    - Fitness Center
    - High Speed Internet
    - Pets Allowed
    - Pool Outdoor
Available Activities
  • - Biking Mountain
    - Fishing Ocean
    - Hiking
    - Horseback Riding
    - Sailing
    - Scuba Diving
    - Shopping
    - Tennis Courts Nearby
    - Water Skiing

World's Best Awards


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Conde Nast Traveler 2014 Gold List for Best Hotels in Europe
Conde Nast Traveler 2014 Gold List for Best Hotels in Europe

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Chateau De La Chevre d'Or
Eze Village, France