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Best Hotels in Beaune

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Whether you come to taste vintage wine, visit premier crus vineyards or just enjoy the wonderful traditional architecture of this historic town, can help you find the perfect place to stay in the French city of Beaune. This Cote d'Or city is the capital of Burgundy wines and draws visitors from around the world who come to experience its unique charm. The website has a range of Beaune hotels that will suit any budget and gives instant confirmation of availability as well as clearly showing hotel locations on a map and their distance from the vineyards, restaurants and other places of interest in Beaune. Each hotel has several photographs and reviews from previous guests to let you really judge which one is right for you before you arrive in the city.

What's Beaune Like?

Beaune is famous for its wine and most attractions in the city are linked to the wine trade. The city's cobbled streets are lined with beautiful medieval buildings, many of them containing Beaune hotels, bars, restaurants and shops as well as historic wine cellars such as Marche aux Vins, the Patriarche Pere & Fils cave in Rue du College and the headquarters of Bouchard Aine & Fils at the Hotel du Conseiller du Roy. Beaune's most famous building is the Hotel-Dieu, or Hospices de Beaune, which has roofs of spectacular coloured tiles and holds France's most prestigious wine auction every year. Visit the Musee du Vin de Bourgogne wine museum, travel the route of the famous Route des Grands Crus wine road or attend one of Beaune's weekly fine food and wine markets. The lovely countryside around Beaune is crisscrossed with public footpaths, many of them leading through world-famous vineyards with appellations like Pommard, Meursault and Puligny-Montrachet.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Beaune

Even if you don't consider yourself a wine buff, it is worth learning a little about wine tasting before staying in one of the excellent Beaune hotels that has helped you find and book. Vineyard tours and cellar visits give you the opportunity to taste and learn about the wonderful wines of the Burgundy region. Always hold the glass by the stem instead of gripping the bowl of the glass and remember to use all three senses of sight, smell and taste. First look at the wine in the glass to assess its depth of colour and swirl it around the bowl to see how thick or thin it is. Deeply inhale the aroma of the wine before finally tasting it to assess the flavour and structure. Before you know it you will be tasting wine like a pro and finding your favourites in the Burgundy wine capital.