This place is just amazing. We were treated like royalty from the moment we dropped the car at the bottom of the village to the second we left. Everyone is incredibly friendly and helpful, the restaurant is over the top- as is the room service. No amenity is overlooked, of course, but everything is taken to a different level. Yes, of course it has monogrammed robes, but also monogrammed towels, monogrammed bath mats, sheets and even his-and-hers slippers. Of course there's turndown service, but instead of chocolate it's warm chocolate brownies (of a sort) and a pot of hot tea. Sure, there's a fireplace, but this one, with the royal crest of a Swedish prince, is large enough to bake a hippo and raging once lit. It feels regal and ancient until, of course, you get into the bathroom where it feels regal and modern with a sparkling glass rain shower, glittering jetted soaker tub and one of those pet-like Toto toilets that opens when it senses you and warms the seat (plus a variety of other snicker-worthy options).
The bed is comfortable with the greatest pillows, which is almost a shame because the real joy of this place is its terrace. You will be angry that you stayed indoors for a nanosecond more than the minimum once on the terrace and overlooking the bay and sea. You won't have much reason to leave it, either, as it has a whole compliment of cozy furniture and a hottub that made me rethink how trashy I thought hottubs were. But it's really about the view. It's amazing- once again, it's amazing. If you don't think a view can revitalize you and possibly add years to your life then do yourself a favor and visit. Speaking of favor, do this place a favor and pack as light as you can manage because one of their kind services is to lug your bags the entire length of the village, which is almost completely vertical, up many staircases and cobbled streets, to your room. We almost killed our porter- luckily he has that rejuvenating view- and I vowed to spread the word.
Of course the village is wonderful and topped with a great little unexpected botanical garden of succulents. The best view- rivaling our terrace!- is from there. An adorable cafe is right beneath it with a reasonable breakfast, maybe the only reasonable one in the whole village. By the way, the village is a whole different place at night. It's silent, completely deserted and almost mystical. I highly recommend Eze and Eza.