Burgundy + Champagne
Hotels in Burgundy + Champagne
Surrounded by Côte d’Or vineyards and stately barge canals, this 12th-century abbey has been revitalized with exquisite ornamental details: limestone arches supported by laughing gargoyles, heraldic frescoes, stained-glass refectory windows, and a marble spiral staircase to the adjacent château.
Even legendary French chefs with Michelin three-starred restaurants nurture pastoral dreams.
Cluster of 14th-, 15th-, and 16th-century buildings housing 64 antiques-filled rooms (each named after a grand cru wine), in the heart of Burgundy wine country.
A rugged but serene paradise that stretches from Burgundy to Switzerland, the Jura is home to lakes, gorges, hills, and the Château de Germigney, a recently renovated 18th- century manor.
Impeccable turn-of-the-20th-century château in the heart of the Champagne region.
A 26-room park-side mansion with a Michelin-starred restaurant.
The Location: Originally built in 1901 for the mistress of a Parisian judge, and reopened as an inn in 2005, Les Roches’s grand, three-story mansion sits in the medieval hilltop village of Mont-Saint-Jean.