Conviviality and good food are our watchwords. Whether you’re visiting the Burgundy-Franche-Comté region with family, for a romantic trip or a business trip, our Campanile hotel-restaurants ensure you’ll have a comfortable stay.
In Dijon or Mâcon, our Campanile hotels and restaurants are perfectly located for easy getaways. You'll find modern rooms with premium bedding and private bathrooms. Our services are tailor-made to your needs for your seminars, offered at the best price. In your restaurant, you’ll find fresh, seasonal produce, complemented by Michelin-starred chef Philippe Renard, who is involved in creating our recipes.
In Burgundy, each winery owns the statue of its patron saint, which is welcomed into a different family every year. Since 1938, the Confrérie des Chevaliers du Tastevin has made this tradition a popular annual celebration, the Saint-Vincent tournante, which takes place annually in a different wine village in Burgundy. In the early morning, a hundred confréries parade solemnly, followed by a Mass where former winemakers are inducted. Two days of celebration and tastings take place to discover this rich heritage.
Visit the Burgundy Canal
River cruises on the Burgundy Canal are an original way to discover the rich local heritage. The canal is open from April to October and is now reserved for boating. Treat yourself to a bucolic dream through a rolling landscape. Chateauneuf-en-Auxois Castle dominates this countryside environment, and you can stop by the vineyards to enjoy the crémant, a fabulous AOC sparkling wine. This slow tourism, generous and convivial mindset is also the one you’ll find in the evening, after an awesome day, in the comfort of your Campanile room.
Burgundy-Franche-County for younger and older children
Our hotel restaurant in Dôle, between Burgundy and Franche-Comté, will open the doors to the Jura region for you! For a weekend or a week, explore some atypical places that will appeal to the whole family. Visit the fun House of the Laughing Cow in Lons le Saunier. Head to Moirans-en-Montagne, capital of the pays du Jouet, where you’ll find craftsmen working with wood and big names like Smoby or Vilac. In July, the Idéklic international children’s festival takes place, and Christmas comes with its cavalcade of elves.