We really enjoyed our stay at Chateau Eza. The staff were lovely and we were treated really well.
I would like to mention a couple of points before you book though... we travelled from Cannes and did not have a hire car so we took the train(1.5 hours) to Eze and then there is a 20 minute bus journey (once an hour) (1euro) or a taxi (45 euros) . Once you arrive at Eze village you have to walk quite a way to get to the hotel - there is a hotel drop off point for the luggage but if you have any problems walking then this is not the place for you.
It is a medieval village and has the amazing views because it it right at the top of quite a steep cobbled walk! I felt that for £360 a night (not inc breakfast) our room was small - but again, it's a medieval village so you can't expect a massive room. Also as we had gone for the cheapest room, i am sure that the other rooms would have been more impressive. The bathroom was all marble and fabulous with lovely l'occitaine toiletries and the most amazing shower!
I think everything was at a premium because it's such a special one off place. On arrival we were given a lovely champagne cocktail and nibbles on our own private balcony which was lovely! We ate in the restaurant - it was incredibly tasty - we had the taster menu. This is £110 per person and the cheapest white wine on the menu is 70 euros a bottle plus if you have an apperitif which we had - £25 a glass and you can see how the total cost just keeps rising... it was lovely and we couldn't fault it but I have had taster menus at other mich star restaurants that were equally as nice and not as expensive as this. I think it is a very special place but perhaps because of the view they charge a little too much!
Service was excellent & was very romantic