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La Chèvre d’Or, Côte d’Azur

Dining on the terrace at La Chèvre d’Or may well present you with a poser. Nothing to do with the gourmet menu, or the extensive wine list. Your main problem may be deciding – in the stunning vista spread generously beneath you – exactly where the clear blue sky meets the reflective sea.

If considering such trifles is a sign of true relaxation, welcome to La Chèvre d’Or. Here attention to detail is considered all-important, and you’ll find yourself surrounded by luxuriant gardens and a curvaceous swimming pool that makes the most of the hotel’s cliff top setting with its horizon-wide views. Welcome indeed, to a place where the fine dining is as irresistible as the vistas and the traditional aspects of classic elegance have not been forgotten.

La Chèvre d’Or, at a glance

  • Just eight km from Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, nine km from Monaco and only 12 km from Nice
  • Choice of 30 Classic, Traditional and Elegant guest rooms with village or gardens views
  • 6 Deluxe and Junior suites with lounges and terraces or balconies
  • Presidential Suite with private sun terrace, infinity pool, spacious sea view lounge, bedroom and double bathroom with Jacuzzi 

For leisure and pleasure

  • Double Michelin-starred La Chèvre d’Or restaurant, plus Les Remparts and L’Eden dining experiences
  • Le Café du Jardin and bar
  • Curved swimming pool overlooking the sea
  • Elegant spa with a wide range of treatments, massage and fitness centre
  • Easy access to the beautiful countryside and towns of the French Riviera
  • Ideal base for exploring the mediaeval towns of Eze, Gourdon and Biot

  • We have travelled with TUTC six times, the most recent was to New Zealand last year. The trip was very well organised as usual, with excellent accommodation and a wide variety of experiences. We had booked to go to Australia with them this year but due to Covid this was cancelled, Ultimate handled the situation very professionally and promptly refunded the whole of our deposit without any quibble.

    DN, August 2020