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Hotel Wilson 27 rooms from $94Dijon (1 Rue de Longvic)
A 17th century coach house with typical Burgandian architecture, in the centre of Dijon. Stone walls, wooden beams, courtyards and gardens, with beautifully renovated rooms offering rustic charm, with modern features. A warm and welcoming spot, with plenty of character.Families - Ideal for families, large triple rooms are provided and most important sights are within walking distance.Sights nearby - Dijon's gothic cathedral and the Notre Dame Church are a must for first time visitors.Great walks - Walks can be organised through vineyards and wine cellars for wine and cheese tasting.Views - Great views from hotelRecommended by - Good Hotel Guide
Maison Philippe Le Bon 41 rooms from $114Dijon (18 Rue Sainte-Anne)
Boasts three historical mansions and a Gothic courtyard in the historical centre of Dijon. Cool art on the walls, period furniture combined with contemporary finishes, the rooms are chic and offer wonderful views of the city. La Closerie offers gourmet cuisine and an excellent wine collection.Value chic - This hotel is well priced for a historical monument and is in a great location close to all the important sites.Local exploring - Situated in the heart of the city, close by to museums, mansions and relegious buildings.Great walks - Walk through the Colobiere Park, more a leisurely stroll actually!Sights nearby - The Congress Palace is a must visit and hosts several events.
Le Pre aux Clercs 5 rooms from $157Dijon
A charming small hotel in Dijon's historic city centre. Fusing antique and contemporary designs, the rooms are spacious and comfortable. Opposite the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy, its perfect for exploring the rich history of Dijon. Wine lovers, be sure not to miss out on the Burgundy Wine Route.Local exploring - Perfectly placed to explored Dijon's historic city centre, with views over the historic Place de la Libération.Sights nearby - Directly opposite the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy.Full of character
La Cour Berbisey 5 rooms from $166Dijon, Burgundy
Extremely smart townhouse B&B with an excellent spa. Contemporary comfort blended with classical furniture and style for sophisticated effect. The suites are enormous. A hotel for grown ups.City StyleSights nearby - Located in the centre of DijonSwimming Pool - Heated indoor poolSpa
Chateau Andre Ziltener 10 rooms from $244Chambolle-Musigny, Burgundy
An elegant hotel in an 18th century house. Rooms are romantic and traditional, with antique furniture, drapes and exposed beams. Lovely terrace, charming bar, and spa treatments. The wine cellar hosts wine tasting. Romantic, opulent and quiet.Wine tasting - Route des grands crus wine route runs for 80km through 38 wine villages. Cotes de Nuits & Cotes de Beaune are closebyRomantic Break - Traditional romantic hotel interiors, wine tours, cycling, spa treatments and hot air ballooningGreat walks - Through vineyards and meadows starting from Chambolle-MusignySights nearby - Chateau clos de vougeot, Dijon, Beaune
Dijon may not be as important now as it was in its heyday, but it's still a large city. Which means there are plenty of options when it comes to accommodation. The best places to stay in Dijon range from charming boutique hotels, to self catering apartments or B&Bs to gîtes, to five star hotels and even a campsite.
During the 14th and 15th Centuries Dijon was one of Europe's greatest cities. The Dukes of Burgundy ruled, using their wealth to contribute fine medieval buildings in their beautiful capital. It's also in the heart of Burgundy's wine growing region. And its local produce markets on Friday and Saturday are well known to foodies.
And of course there's the mustard.
As well as being the home of a specific type of mustard (the one which uses white wine instead of vinegar), Dijon's long commitment to mustard making and consumption means it's now considered the world's mustard capital. (Dijon has been known for its mustards since the 13th Century, and at one gala given by the Dukes of Burgundy in 1336 guests consumed 70 gallons of mustard creme in a single sitting).
As well as tasting the mustards on market day you should also have a look around the market hall itself - when you look up it may not surprise you to hear it was designed by Gustave Eiffel (yes, that Eiffel). If you're here early you can see what the various chefs are picking up.
The streets around Les Halles are some of Dijon's most colourful, great for clothes, shoes, patisserie and of course mustard. And this is one of the best places to stay in Dijon if you enjoy a market-y bustle.
Dijon is also where cassis comes from, so make sure to enjoy a Kir which you're here.
The centre of Dijon is easily explored on foot, but there are a few sights a little further along the main street, the Rue de la Liberte. The historical buildings you should make sure you see include:
- The Palais des Etats (The Duke's Palace),
- the Cathedral Saint-Benigne of Dijon and its fascinating 6th Century crypt;
- the Notre Dame area, including the houses in the area as well as the church and its ancient black Madonna,
- and the streets and squares around the Palace de la Liberation.
Dijon also has some interesting museums, including a museum of sacred art, an archaeology museum and the Museum of Burgundy Life, in the 17th Convent of the Cistercians.
Some of the best places to stay in Dijon are to the north of the Duke's Palace, around the city's finest mansions and Hotels Particuliers. Even if you're not staying in this charming area it's still worth strolling around.
Make a point of seeing the 17th Century Maison des Cariatides, with its wonderful complicated stone facade and the 13th Century Hotel Aubriot.
If you want to be in the heart of things some of the best places to stay in Dijon can be found in the vicinity of the main train station.
Chic Townhouse B&B
- La Cour Berbisey is one of the best places to stay in Dijon if you're looking for somewhere stylish and sophisticated. There are only five rooms and four suites, but they're impeccably decorated and huge!
Country House Luxury
- Chateau Andre Ziltener ticks the boxes if you're looking to explore the region from a very comfortable base. Here you can expect traditional, but luxurious interiors and a wine cellar where they host tastings.