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Reviewed 1 April 2014

The little town of Èze is beautiful, the hotel spectacularly located at the edge of the hill, the view breathtaking, the rooms (if booked as deluxe) spacious and well designed, an own balcony to the seaside high above the Côte d'Azur something one can rarely experience. The drinks well mixed, the food delicious, the breakfast terrace on a level of it's own...

BUT

...you pay extra for basically everything and you have to cope with (few but VERY) arrogant staff.

Extras:
We spent our engagement weekend there and for that case costs are not a big issue but on every other occasion I would have been furious: two drinks as an apéritif, one glass of wine and one bottle of water added up to 97 EUR. Come on...

Reception:
Very friendly, professional, quick.

Dinner:
The food was delicious, the service very good, our waiter charming and entertaining, the sommelier suggested a gorgeous wine (ask for wines from the provence). A great experience (with a blind eye to the price)...

BUT

...the dessert wine, which we thought was offered, appeared on the bill. This may be a detail but a very important one. Paying that much for a package you don't want to have the feeling of having more money being pulled out of your pocket - be it intentionally or a misunderstanding, this has to be communicated clearly. Offer it and hint that it's extra, we would still have had it and ended with a better feeling.

Breakfast:
Despite the beautiful view: The snobby and incredibly arrogant servant first didn't want to give us a table in the front of the terrace, stating "but the other table is more expensive" (it was literally 2m further in front), the breakfast, which has been referred to as overpriced in many entries here, is delicious but very simple (bakery, fruit salad, yoghurt, tea/coffee) and would be a rip-off if not included in the room price.

All in all we paid for the package 999 EUR (dinner plus deluxe room and breakfast), for which I expect an impeccable stay: no hidden extras and absolutely no hint of arrogance. I had a similar experience with arrogant staff at the Majestic Barriere in Cannes and at the Hermitage in Monaco, so maybe at the Côte d'Azur it's better to stay with less stars and more character...

Room Tip: face it: you'll overpay anyway, so at least give yourself a treat with the beaufiul sea view.
  • Stayed: March 2014, travelled as a couple
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6  Thank Gryffx
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Reviewed 23 March 2014

Wow - I had stayed in Eze before (Chateau Eza) but this Hotel is better - it is simply great. Fab gardens, terraces, pool etc. Because it was off-season we had an upgrade to sea-view with balcony (Rm 34). Hard to fault. This room and the helpful hotel staff made our stay wonderful. (Did not eat at main restaurant 2 Michelin Star). Weather helps :)

  • Stayed: March 2014, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Richard A
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Reviewed 9 March 2014

So I was reminded of this hotel as I looked through my photographs from the holiday that my husband and I took in the South of France last year, during the height of the season. I had wanted to hold off on my review, because I thought that my memory of the dreadful experience that we had might have tempered over time, but in fact this isn't so, unfortunately. So here we go. The only good things that we recall from this hotel were the staff, excluding the manager, and the concierge service. Now for the bad. We were in a so-called Deluxe Room with a view of the sea. The room was in desperate need of refurbishment and had a seventies style bathroom with plumbing to match. The jacuzzi style bath, in which we were expected to shower, got blocked each and every time, so that we ended up showering knee deep in water. They provided single ply loo roll in the loo and I think the final insult was the disgusting, smelly cut price in candle in our room and the equally dreadful soaps and shampoos in the bathroom. We complained about the plumbing and loo roll but apparently nothing could be done, double ply loo roll appeared for a day or so and then promptly disappeared. In addition, our room was apparently next to the store room of the luxury apparently Michelin starred restaurant and we experienced staff clunking about in there, all night long, making a huge racket. Breakfast in the morning, which was not included in the price, was reminiscent of a BA club class lounge. No more need be said. Only Felix the cat made it bearable. We struggled to get into any of the restaurants but the one we did get into looked like the setting of a '70's porn film, please don't ask me how I know this, but safe to say the food was dreadful rubbish. I reserve my final contempt for the manager. He appeared to just sit in his little cubicle all day long, only occasionally waddling out to survey the train wreck that he was overseeing, completely oblivious to our misery. Finally, the semi public areas of this hotel were awash with cut price tourists and worse. It was a horrible experience venturing out. I am astounded by the rave reviews I have read on this page today, i can only assume radical steps were taken since we stayed there as our experience was so very different and so very, very disappointing.

  • Stayed: August 2013, travelled as a couple
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14  Thank mingallen_za
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Reviewed 4 February 2014

It was such a beautiful place to be. The place is immaculate, the garden is neatly trimmed. The room was amazing; we had a big bath in the cave in our room as well as a mini patio and the view of the Mediterranean sea - it does not get much more romantic! Even though we only spent 1 night there, we wished we had stayed longer!

We had dinner at the hotel restaurant which was good but not amazing. Breakfast, however, was scrumptious.

This is definitely one of the best hotel I have ever been to.

  • Stayed: August 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank MumbleBaby
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Reviewed 10 January 2014

We spent 4 days at this amazing Relais Chateaux Hotel in Eze France. Two other couples joined us to celebrate my wife's birthday. The ancient village perched on the hill with breath taking views is something very special, great dinner in a world class restaurant which is part of the hotel also with views that you feel you can see Africa. Spoil yourself, a stay to remember.

Room Tip: Don't regret not spending a night or two in this hotel and Eze, a very special village.
  • Stayed: October 2013, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank StreetYze
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