France Travel Planner by Tom Brosnahan & Jane Fisher   Best Hotels in Beaune, France
Many gracious old Beaune houses and mansions have been converted to atmospheric inns and deluxe boutique hotels. On the outskirts, modern chain hotels are thrifty.

 
   

 

A ring road circles historic Beaune, changing its boulevard names as it goes (Clemenceau, Maréchal Joffre, Jules Ferry, Saint-Jacques). If your Beaune hotel is located within this circle, everything in the historic center is within easy walking distance.

In general, these hotels and inns right in the historic center have more character, charm and convenience, and rates to match these qualities.

Among Beaune's top hotels is the 4-star, 64-room Hôtel Le Cep, a collection of historic houses built between the 14th and 18th centuries and boasting the Bernard Loiseau restaurant named Loiseau des Vignes specializing in —what else?—cuisine to match Burgundy wines. More...

Besides its fine one-and two-person guest rooms, the 3-star, 20-room Hotel Belle Époque, a former Burgundian wine merchant's mansion, offers a small apartment that sleeps up to 5 travelers comfortably. More...

The centrally-located, 3-star, 11-room Abbaye de Maizières, only steps from the basilique de Notre-Dame, is indeed a 12th-century Cistercian abbey. The monks never had it this good: private baths, free Wifi, breakfast served in the stone-vaulted cellar, and a fine-dining restaurant. More...

The 5-star, 39-room Hostellerie Le Cèdre is among Beaune's finest places to stay: bathtubs in many rooms, century-old trees in the garden, and Le Clos de Cèdre fine-dining restaurant. More...

La Maison Blanche, a tiny but fine bed-and-breakfast, has only 3 rooms, but a fine location and a very satisfied clientele. More...

Beaune's modern chain hotels—Ibis, Campanile, Mercure, and a number of local establishments, etc.—are on the highways and the approach roads to the town, good if you have your own car.


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Some Beaune hotels are right across from
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