Breakfast on the terrace is a truly magical beginning to your day, with astonishing views from Nice to Cannes you see the whole Riviera come to life.
Take a ten minute drive to the Maeght Foundation in St-Paul-de-Vence, home to one of the largest collections of 20th century art including Miró sculptures and an extraordinary Chagall mural.
Stroll through the cobbled streets of St-Paul de Vence, second most visited village in France, where great artists from Picasso to Matisse found their inspiration. Sip a refreshing glass of Provencal "Vin de Bellet" and test your petanque skill in the main square.
Lunch at the famous La Colombe d’Or whose corridors are lined with original art works by celebrated habitués of the past. The menu is by Paul Roux; try his signature dish, a selection of hors d’oeuvre specialties from the Midi.
Head back to your hotel for a relaxing afternoon. Meander along the garden paths to the infinity pool, which seemingly spills over the gentle slope of lawns. Refresh and revive in this exquisite setting, while discreet staff serves crushed iced drinks.
If it’s too quiet for the children check-out the programme of our Kids area, where they can share exciting activities, games and laughter with new friends (open from July to August).
As cocktail hour approaches shower off the sunshine and prepare for a cool trip to our historic wine cellar where more than 12 000 bottles are stored. Carved into the rocks beneath the Château, it is an atmospheric place to sample our sommelier’s fine selection.
Your Clef d’Or Concierge will be delighted to reserve one of the many charming local restaurants in Vence for dinner. This extremely picturesque Medieval town is just five minutes from the Château. Immerse yourself in the romantic Provencal atmosphere at "La Farigoule" or dine at "L’Auberge des Seigneurs" to sample their succulent wood fire roasts.
Return to the warm elegance of the Château’s bar Le Rossini for our signature after dinner cocktail - a swirling blend strawberry puree and champagne. The room is finished in a marvellous regal splendour with 18th century objets d’art, an exquisite Musson timepiece and 200-year-old Gobelins tapestries.