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
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A BOUTIQUE HOTEL ON THE COTE D' AZUROf all the hotels on the Cote d'Azur, Château Eza is the most stunning, with a Michelin-starred restaurant, tucked away in one of the most enchanting locations on the Côte d' Azur.Exquisite and intimate, the 11 room and suite château clings to the side of the ancient rock walls of Eze, a thousand-year-old medieval village more than 400 metres above the Mediterranean Sea. Chateau Eza offers 10 luxurious rooms and suites. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Chateau Eza Èze
- Chateau Eza Hotel Èze