The Best Hotels in Beaune for Every Traveller

The Hospices de Beaune is at the heart of the wine-making region of Burgundy
The Hospices de Beaune is at the heart of the wine-making region of Burgundy | © Jon Arnold Images Ltd / Alamy
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16 December 2020

This historic walled town in the heart of the French winemaking region of Burgundy is famous for its annual wine auction – but there’s plenty to discover throughout the year. Stroll the romantic cobbled streets, visit top vineyards and pretty countryside – and immerse yourself in history that dates back to pre-Roman times. Here’s our pick of the best places to stay in Beaune.

Chez les Fatien

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Chez les Fatien
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You’ll discover a world of simple luxuries behind the imposing oak doorway of this family-run hotel, set in a former winemaking property from the 14th century. There’s an elegant salon with a roaring fireplace for breakfast, a cosy bar and individually designed rooms inspired by the travels of owners Raymond and Martine. The India-themed suite features vintage photographs from markets in India, while the art deco room has a bathroom clad in Carrara marble from Italy. After dinner, descend to the cave-like cellar to taste some of the region’s famous wines.
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Le Petit Faubourg

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Le Petit Faubourg
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This compact self-catering apartment, just a two-minute walk from the centre of town, has all the comforts of home – a double bedroom, a spacious living area with a fold-out bed, a small kitchen with microwave and dishwasher and a dining area. The modern interior features contemporary furnishings, contrasted with whitewashed exposed beams in the ceiling and honey-coloured stone walls that give the apartment a touch of local character. There’s also a bakery downstairs, which offers delicious freshly made pastries and bread.
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L'Hôtel de Beaune

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This boutique hotel boasts 14 luxuriously appointed rooms, ranging from seven rooms with black-marble bathrooms in the main building to annexed apartments with kitchenettes for longer stays. Push the boat out and book the Florence Knoll Suite, featuring the famous US architect’s original designer furniture, for an added touch of luxury. The high-end restaurant, HB Bistrot, is a must-visit for its dégustation menu featuring dishes such as egg cocotte with truffle, whole grilled sea bass and Bresse chicken. There’s also an award-winning wine list with more than 800 wines.
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Beaune Sweet Home

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Beaune Sweet Home
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Looking for a self-catering apartment in Beaune? These four apartments, in a quirky 19th-century building, are just a short walk from the hotel to Hospices de Beaune, making it an ideal base if you’re in town for the annual wine auction. Each apartment has its own unique character: Rousseau is a charming two-bedroom apartment with French-style ceilings; Saint-Étienne boasts a bright-orange kitchen with a graphic yellow and white tiled wall; Allerey combines traditional architecture with bold yellow walls; meanwhile Guigone sleeps up to six people in bedrooms decorated in romantic pastels.
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Hôtel La Villa Fleurie

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Hôtel La Villa Fleurie
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This family-run hotel, aptly named “the floral villa”, sits in a leafy garden, complete with deckchairs for sunny days, while the rooms are decorated with an abundance of floral fabrics and wallpapers. The family rooms can accommodate up to four people, with a double bed downstairs and a double or twin beds on the open mezzanine level. Breakfast is served in the charming breakfast room or outside on the terrace.
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  • Hôtel Le Cep

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    Hôtel Le Cep
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    Enjoy the fruits of the vineyards surrounding Beaune at Hôtel Le Cep’s tranquil Spa Marie de Bourgogne. Everything in the space is designed with a deep connection to winemaking, from the solid oak walls that reference wine barrels to the photographic frescos of vineyards in the treatment rooms. Even the products used in treatments are made with chardonnay, pinot noir and blackcurrant berries – one treatment uses a formula made from grand cru pinot noir grape seeds and stalks to hydrate the skin and rid it of impurities. Elsewhere, Le Cep’s five-star rooms, named after famous Burgundy wines, don’t scrimp on luxury.
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    Hotel Abbaye de Maizières

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    Hotel Abbaye de Maizières
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    Book a room at the Hotel Abbaye de Maizières If it’s romance and history you’re after. Located in a 14th-century residence, this hotel takes its names from the monks of Maizières Abbey, who owned the building from 1301 to 1789. Today you can take a dip in the underground pool – the monks’ former winery – or dine beneath dramatic vaulted stone ceilings in Michelin-starred restaurant Le Carmin. The rooms are just as dramatic, with antique tapestries, exposed beams and ornate chandeliers.
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    La Maison de Maurice

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    La Maison de Maurice
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    These prestigious apartments, in the historic heart of Beaune’s old town, are overflowing with character – think exposed timber beams, richly hued leather furnishings and statement lighting. The location is also unbeatable: it’s opposite the Notre Dame Collegiate Church and just two minutes from the Hospices Civils de Beaune and the weekly Saturday morning market, where you can pick up fresh local produce to cook in the fully equipped kitchens. Make sure to check out Mauritius Wines, a shop on the ground floor where you can organise a lunch or dinner to accompany a wine tasting.
    These recommendations were updated on December 16, 2020 to keep your travel plans fresh.

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