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It Is locate in the midlle of a medieval little city called Eze. If you can handle with an expensive travel it is the place to go. Everything is perfect: rooms, bar, services, restaurant. The view is unbelievable. Highly recommended!!
This place has three restaurant, the top one having a couple of stars. We chose to eat in the “cheap eats” one as it is an outdoor terrace with a stunning view out over the Med. Shared the rack of lamb with Hughie, and wish...More
There is no place like the Chateau de la Chevre d'Or. tiny little medieval streets in a fortress and in the walls are unique rooms with view on the Mediterranean blue 180 degrees. A luxuriant garden with hidden swimming pools ( plural) The terraces are...More
This place is perfect from A to Z. The staff is so friendly, the property is beautiful, the food delicious and the views from every corner breathtaking. Leave the world behind and enter heaven. Or a Disney movie. Or whatever makes you as happy as...More
I had very high expectations staying at legendary Chèvre D’Or. The views and the garden is truly amazing, but the service and prices takes down the score slightly.
Staff missed giving us clean porcelain and emptying the trash which is really basic during cleaning. 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.