Burgundy, which lies to the southeast of Paris, is a name used to designate a geographic region of France as well as a reference synonymous with some of the world’s finest wines. Vineyards dress the landscape and stretch from one enchanting, steepled village to the next. In terms of wine, Burgundy is distinguished by five different areas, each with its own special characteristics. The five distinguished areas are as follows, the Côte d’Or onto Chablis in the north to the Côte de Nuits, which travels from Dijon to beyond Nuits Saint Georges, and on to the Côte de Beaune whose vineyards spider web the countryside around the magical wine town of Beaune. It then continues south from Chagny into the region of the Côte de Chalonnaise and concludes in the wine district of Mâconnais with Mâcon as its southern boundary.
Our list of Burgundy Hotels includes memorable small hotels, inns, bed and breakfasts and chateaux hotels. We have lodgings in every price range but all have special qualities to recommend them.