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Beaune is a notable city in Burgundy region of eastern France. A very important player in Burgandy's wine production, Beaune is well respected in the French wine industry. The historical center includes decorative architecture and a lively open air food market while the surrounding area includes many big wine name villages. Beaune is a quiet country getaway full of gastronomical delights. Couples and friends, young and old, can make the most out of their stay by exploring all the good wine and a quintessential French landscape. Hotels.com features the very best in Beaune hotels. We make each guest's stay pleasurable with the knowledge that they found the location they wanted at the savings they needed. That, along with honest reviews from real guests, puts our guests right at ease.
What's Beaune Like?
The city's star attraction is the Hotel-Dieu. Formally a hospital in the 15th century, it showcases colorfully decorated roofs and timbered gables. Beaune's history is tied to that of the Dukes of Burgundy, which can be seen in the well preserved city walls, ramparts and moat. The old town is quite large and great for wandering around past medieval houses and an ancient clock tower and through streets lined with shops and cafes. Home of Burgundy wines, Beaune's rich wine heritage is abundant not only in the surrounding vineyard landscape, but in the many wine cellars throughout the city. There are also a few museums including one for wine and a Museum of Fine Arts. Beaune hotels capture just how enjoyable a leisure stay in Beaune can be with or without wine.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Beaune
The large bustling Saturday market, as well as a smaller one during the week, are worth exploring to get a good sense of the region's many delicacies. These include local cheeses, like Epoisses and Citeaux, as well as dishes such as snails, eggs en meurette and coq au vin. Wine lovers will want to take the wine route that leads from Beaune through the many well known wineries, including Nuits-Saint-George and Pommard. Learning some general French phrases are highly recommended, and it's much more polite to at least know "Bonjour" and "Merci" when having to rely on English. Come check out Hotels.com and see the all around treatment that our hotels offer. Far from just catering to wine vacations, Beaune hotels have our guests interests in mind as well as their price range. Of course, our real guest reviews also go a long way, letting our guests choose the best hotel for them.