Chateau de la Chevre d'Or
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Left this morning Genora where Christopher Columbus was born, stopping in Pisa...Amazing Leaning Tower...lots of pics. Left Italy Travelling thru over 170 Tunnels thr the mountains. We're going to Monte Carlo tomorrow night for dinner...passed it today with all the yatchs in the Harbour
Have a free day tomorrow..will stroll the beaches on the French Reviere.
Weather has been great since ...
... was ok (jk), there was lightening in the distance as well as fireworks... So it was pretty perfect! We asked what the occasion was for the fireworks and were told that it was probably a private display on one of the properties by the below... As you do on the Cote D'Azur! Oh and Matt ate a sugar cube at the end because he thought it was a tiny biscuit. Eze was a lovely change of pace from Nice and an amazing place to visit! Next on to Monaco, another 20min taxi down the coast :) A&M ...
... is ons Na Eze, 'n pragtige dorpie op 'n styl heiwel teen die see met Stunning views. »ze, renowned tourist site on the French Riviera, is famous worldwide for the view of the sea from its hill top. Its Jardin botanique d'»ze is known for its collection of cactus and succulents, as well as its panoramic views. Walt Disney spent a significant amount of time in »ze
... legal" heir for ther reign to continue.. Albert's previous children are not elligible .. born out of wedlock..
The population is varied.. many mega wealthy have an apartments here for residency regulations but live elsewhere in their mansions, yachts , multi squillion $$$ lifestyles..
Monte Carlo / Monaco is the second smallest country in the world (after Vatican City), covering less than two square kilometers
Outside the Monte ...
... I didn’t expect the walk to be so long, and kept thinking we would see Villefranche when we got around the “next corner”. So we trucked along for hours (it didn’t just seem like hours… it WAS hours), and it was starting to get dark. (Don’t worry Senne, it was safe… the people in this neighbourhood were probably more afraid of us, then we would be of them :)… plus Steve fights best in bare ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Chateau de la Chevre d'Or Eze
This place is just superb. The linens, the service, the kind and courteous front desk staff, the outstanding view, the ambience, the TUB!!! The bathroom, the robes, the toiletries, the balconys, the pool the food, the wine...
Some people seem to have had trouble with this hotel's service.
The View, The Food, The Bill ... Simply Stunning. Had a delightful, brief stay here in August, mid way through our tour of Europe, and must say I throughly enjoyed wandering through the streets of Eze, a swim in the hotel pool, and the overall experience of the Chevre d'Or.
Castle in the sky
this really is a castle in the sky when you wake up in the morning all you can see is the blue mediterrean sea spread out like a carpet in front of you.
it is a unique location for a hotel. at night we had lots of moon shine on the sea as we sat on the terrace with our pink champagne. my husband took me for my 40th birthday and it really was a special occassion. it is also well situated for travelling around the area with the train station at the bottom of the hill. it is a place where everyone should try to stay in at least once and i definitely hope to return again
The location and style of this hotel is very unusual, its basically part of a medieval village on a hill top with stunning views, you get to your room through the cobbled alleyways - very romantic and very beautiful. On arrival our room smelled of cigarettes which I briefly mentioned and we were upgraded to a room that was cut into the mountain side, our own pathway up to it, 2 balconies (even the bathroom had a balcony) and fantastic views - unique! Small swimming pool and outdoor jacuzzi - more great views and someone on hand to put your towel on the lounger for you!! The hotel is expensive, we tended to have breakfast and dinner out of the hotel in Eze village. Champagne and canapes on the terrace was fab, we had dinner in the 2* michelin restaurant - the best meal we have ever had (and we've had some great meals!), we had the 9 course tasting menu each course featuring a tomato in some way - sumptuous (but not cheap £200 for the two of us), we also had dinner in one of the hotels other restaurants and this was good and less pricy. There is a lot to see and do in the area. This hotel is a great choice and highly recommended if you want luxury, seclusion and an incredible location -if you are on a tight budget - avoid at all costs!!
Unique hotel in medieval village.- individually designed rooms are in converted village houses up twisting cobbled alleys .
Champagne and canapes on the terrace wonderful.Dinner an amazing gourmet experience. Small pool but magnificent situation with fabulous views of the sparkling Med.
Spectacular view, great ancient atmosphere, but sadly, the staff puts itself above its guests.
Stayed here in June 2003, and it was beautiful. We paid 500 euros for a superior room (Room 7). The suite had a small living room, a good size bedroom (king size bed), and a huge full-marble bath. It came with a small balcony which included a table and chairs. Room 7 looked down onto a beautiful courtyard that was only shared with one other room (as far as I could tell)-- so it was fairly private. The complex of rooms is uniquely set in a terraced fashion on the cliffs, 1000ft above the sea. The landscaping and design was incredible, with fountains, Greek statues, huge cacti, and 20 foot high flowering vines (bouganvilla vines). Service was good. Private car parking near the entrance, but guests must be able to handle stairs and cobble stone walkways throughout the hotel area and entire town of Eze.My only complaint was the price. I never thought I'd spend $500 for a room, but it had great atmosphere and was the best place I've ever stayed.
It Depends on You
A wild property on the side of a mountain, very medieval. Traversing the property is tricky and elderly people may experience problems with stone walkways.Our room was fine but not woth the price (we were glad that the weather did not accommodate sun bathers as our room was directly underneath the pool platform which would have been very noisy). Service was OK.The gastronomique restaurant is superb. One of the highlights of our entire trip was our meal at this two-star establishments with our new friends from Norway.Unique but pricey..........
I have to say that I have never experienced luxury like the kind of luxury I experienced at the "Castle of the Golden Goat"! I have to recommend this place to everyone and anyone who can afford to go!!! Me and my wife had an excellent time! We arrived at 10:00 pm local time and had one hellacious flight, plus it was pouring-down rain, yadda-yadda-yadda...ANYWAY the chef prepared a fantastic meal for us PERSONALLY AND HAD IT SENT TO OUR ROOM! A World-Class chef doing room service for US! We dined on fresh salmon and drank champagne! We were on our honeymoon and were taken care of EXTREMELY WELL. We never saw the cleaning staff, but everytime we left and returned, the room was cleaned and immaculate! They even turned-down our bed for us in the evening and left a delicious chocolate on the pillow...mmm. We awoke the next morning to the beautiful Med down below...WHAT A VIEW WE HAD..The staff spoke English and were charmed by my attempt to speak in French - high school French classes can only take you so far! I highly recommend the Eze Village, Nice, and Monico for a vacation. The castle is nicely located between Nice and Monico. We gambled the night away in the casinos and attended a private party during the Cannes Film Festival....