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Since it first opened in 1953 the hotel has grown gradually and now has 37 rooms and suites, each different, scattered throughout the hotel’s extensive gardens and the attractive medieval village.

The original building houses the main facilities, including the renowned restaurant La Chèvre d'Or, which has two stars in the Guide Michelin. The hotel actually grew around the restaurant, which remains one of the very best on the Côte d'Azur. There are three further restaurants: Les Remparts serves lunch on a panoramic terrace and becomes a bar in the evenings; Eden, specialising in Mediterranean cuisine, and finally Le Café du Jardin, which is close to the pool and open in high season during the day for residents only, serving snacks, salads and ice creams. Private dining is also available.

Other facilities include a swimming pool overlooking the Mediterranean, terraced gardens, sauna, hammam, gym, outdoor jacuzzi and a small spa offering massages, aromatherapy and reflexology. Activities include a variety of watersports and excursions on land and sea, and guests have free access to a tennis club five minutes' walk away. The hotel is well placed for exploring the many attractions of the area, from the casino in Monte Carlo to the villages of inland Provence.

Itineraries that feature Chateau de La Chevre d’Or

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