Cheap Hotels in Dijon
Located in Dijon, 2 km from Dijon Congrexpo, B&B Hôtel Dijon Centre offers rooms with air conditioning. Each accommodation at the 2-star hotel has city views and free WiFi. The property is 5 km from Zénith de Dijon. Guest rooms in the hotel are fitted with a flat-screen TV with cable channels. All rooms come with a private bathroom and a shower, while selected rooms here will provide you with a balcony. All units have a desk. A buffet breakfast is available every morning at the property. Languages spoken at the reception include German, English and Spanish. Arquebuse Botanic Gardens is a 13-minute walk from B&B Hôtel Dijon Centre. Dole - Jura Airport is 50 km away.
Located only a three-minute walk from the Dijon Exhibition and Convention Centre, where the annual gastronomy fair is held, our hotel in Dijon offers easy access to the town centre by public transport. There you can retrace the city's history on the Owl's Trail (Parcours de la Chouette), explore the Palais des Ducs, visit the Museum of Burgundian Life and admire the panoramic views from Philippe le Bon Tower. The nearby motorway will also take you to the Burgundy Wine Route.
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Première Classe de Dijon Nord - Zénith Hotel
Aparthotel Adagio access Dijon République Hostel
A 10 minute walk from the city center, the Adagio Access Dijon République is the ideal starting point for discovering the ancient capital of the Great Dukes. Accessible by tram, the aparthotel is located close to the convention center and Auditorium. It has 106 modern and smartly-designed apartments with lounge areas and fully-equipped kitchens, which can accommodate up to 4 people. The aparthotel welcomes you 24/7 and offers inclusive or optional amenities: buffet breakfast, WIFI and private car park.
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Hotels in Dijon
The capital of France's Burgundy region, Dijon is a city of art, culture and history. Spend your time browsing through large department stores, strolling down tree-lined alleyways, gazing at medieval architecture or perhaps sampling local wines in a street café.
History and culture
You'll find a wide selection of Dijon hotels to choose from, each well placed to allow you to explore the best of everything the city has to offer. When it comes to history, culture and the arts, there's plenty in the city to keep you occupied. Musée des Beaux-Arts de Dijon is one of the largest museums in the country, home to paintings that date back to the reign of Louis XIV.
Medieval and renaissance townhouses and buildings fill the streets of the city, and there's plenty to keep lovers of architecture happy. Visit the Palace of the Dukes and the Estates of Burgundy overlooking the Place de la Libération, before heading to the nearby tourist information centre to pick up a map for the city's Owl Trail – a one-hour walk that explains much of the history of Dijon.
The Church of Notre-Dame, also situated within the Old Town, dates back to the 13th century and is a great example of Gothic architecture.
Out and about
Get a different view of the city by booking a place on a guided Segway tour through Dijon's historical centre, or perhaps spend some time relaxing and people-watching in a café or restaurant on the Rue des Forges. It is surely one of the city's most attractive streets, filled with character and centuries-old architecture.
L' Imaginarium allows visitors to learn about the world of vines, vineyards and wine, providing an insight into one of the region's major industries. You can also taste some local produce by visiting Les Halles indoor market. Sample a fantastic array of food and drink, and discover that there's much more to Dijon than mustard.
Eating and drinking
The city has excellent dining options to suit all tastes, so whether you're looking for a light snack or a tasting menu in a top-class restaurant, you'll be well catered for. Try Burgundy specialities such as boeuf bourguignon at La Comédie brasserie, or perhaps at La Boucherie Restaurant, a butcher's shop in Les Halles.
Experience fine dining at Le Bouchon du Palais and La Maison des Cariatides, or relax in a more informal environment with some tapas at Dr Wine.
A visit to the Burgundy region wouldn't be complete without a trip to a vineyard. Sample rich and deep reds during a tour of the Côte de Nuits wine region, which runs for roughly 30km to the south of Dijon.
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