That’s decided, you will go to Burgundy!
Burgundy: a real passion!
The Jacquier family loves its region and wishes to share all its treasures with you. In Dijon, Beaune or Chalon-Sur-Saône, Burgundy has never been so beautiful. Whatever your desires, Burgundy has something to seduce you: oenology, gastronomy, history, heritage, landscapes, nautical activities... ! Everything is here for a successful stay. In the heart of wine-growing, you enter a typical territory crossed by picturesque roads. With family, colleagues or friends, vary the pleasures: wine tasting, cycling in the vineyards... From East to West, the Burgundy Franche-Comté region is bucolic. From winter to summer, discover its changing landscapes and colourful fields. Green resorts, some of the most beautiful villages in France, the Morvan Regional Natural Park... Vary the pleasures by playing tourist on foot, by bike or by boat. The “Climats de Bourgogne” are registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since the 4th July 2015. It rewards a territory unique in the world, a 2000-year old cultural heritage!
Dijon, capital city of Burgundy!
Welcome to the Capital of the Dukes of Burgundy, kilometre zero of the Route des Grands Crus! Discover the charm of the city through the must-see Parcours de la Chouette: a visit of the historical center in which you will appreciate all the patrimonial wealth of Dijon. Have a break at the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy and its superb Musée des Beaux-Arts. Metamorphosed in 2019, it is the only museum, along with the Louvre, to be housed in a princely palace! Its collections are among the richest in France. Dijon, Capital of Burgundy, proudly represents this region of bon vivant, where you will taste all the local treasures: Dijon mustard, Crème de Cassis, Gingerbread, Epoisses, Burgundy snails, Flavigny anis, Nonettes... Let your taste buds guide you!
Beaune, reference for oenophiles!
Located in the heart of a prestigious vineyard, Beaune is renowned for its gastronomy, savoir-vivre and conviviality. It is the ideal town for all your wine tastings, with famous vintage wines: Pommard, Corton-Charlemagne, Romanée-Conti, Meursault, Savigny-Les-Beaune... Enough to charm good wines lovers! Gourmets will also be delighted as the restaurants in Beaune and its surroundings tot up 10 Michelin stars. Beaune is a town of History and offers you a journey through time between the Hospices de Beaune (a 15th century hospital foundation with its famous glazed tile roof that has become the emblem of Burgundy) but also the various Castles and Abbeys, real treasures of sculpture, along the charming surrounding villages!
Chalon-Sur-Saône, birthplace of photography!
This city of a thousand facets, ideally located between Lyon and Paris, has everything to please! Benefitting from the "City of Art and History" label for its rich heritage, it is also the birthplace of Nicéphore Niepce, the inventor of photography. The good wine from the vineyards of the Côte Chalonnaise has nothing to envy its neighbours from Côte d'Or. The city is magnificently crossed by the Saône, for a discovery of the districts along the water. Moreover, you can opt for a river escapade: a guaranteed change of scenery! The surrounding greenways will enchant the cyclists. The dynamism of the city is no longer to be proven: festivals, markets, fairs and carnivals make the city famous in the region!
Burgundy invites itself to Paris!
Since 2018, the Jacquier family has pushed the doors of the Capital with 2 hotels. For the first one, the choice of the 17th arrondissement was quickly made, with its residential side, especially in the Batignolles district, often compared to a small village while being only a few steps away from the Arc de Triomphe. For the second, the strategic location between Roissy Charles de Gaulle airport and the Paris Nord-Villepinte Exhibition Centre brings the Jacquier family to meet new guests. However, there was no question of denying their Burgundian roots, quite the contrary! The Bar à Bourgogne, in the heart of Mercure Paris 17 Batignolles, proudly represents this emblematic region of oenophiles through the greatest appellations of the Burgundian hillsides. Breakfasts also presents regional products such as gingerbread, and some lucky ones will be offered Nonettes, Anis de Flavigny or Crème de Cassis in their room.