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Campanile opens the doors of its hotel-restaurants to you in Dijon in the Côte-d'Or. You'll enjoy the friendliness of a 3-star hotel and the warm welcome our dedicated teams will give you. Enjoy a wide array of quality services on offer to make your business or family stay easy: a comfortable room, a delicious restaurant, a parking lot...


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hôtels Campanile Musée des Beaux-Arts de Dijon - Palais des ducs et des Etats de Bourgogne

Musée des Beaux-Arts de Dijon - Palace of the Dukes and Estates of Burgundy

The Musée des Beaux-Arts de Dijon: a renovated palace rich in works of art. From your Campanile hotel Dijon Centre Gare, head to the historic center. You’ll soon discover the sumptuous Palace of the Dukes and Estates of Burgundy, home to the Musée des Beaux-Arts de Dijon. Located in the eastern wing of the building, the museum succeeded the Ecole de Dessin, which was free and open to all, created by François Devosges in 1767. A few years later, in 1799, the Estates of Burgundy decided to open a museum so that the students could draw inspiration from the models. It is thus one of the oldest museums in France. It is only the only one, with the Louvre, to be located in a royal palace. Soak up history by entering the grand hall of the hôtel Philippe le Bon, where the tombs of the Dukes of Burgundy can be found. The Gallery of Bellegarde, the ducal kitchens and the Tower of Bar are among the other significant historic spaces. You will note that the Salle des Statues and the Salon Condé were decorated by the students of the former art school. In addition to buildings and decors, the museum is characterized by the richness and range of its collections. You’ll go on a journey across borders and through time, from ancient Egypt to the 21st century and through the medieval era.

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Palace of the Dukes and Estates of Burgundy

Immerse yourself in history at the Palace of the Dukes and Estates of Burgundy. Located in the heart of Dijon, the Palace of the Dukes and Estates of Burgundy is worth the visit. From your Campanile hotel Dijon Centre Gare, head toward the historic pedestrian center to admire this monument that changed over the centuries. First erected as a rampart against Barbarian invasions, it was rebuilt in 1366 by the first duke of Valois, Philippe le Hardi. The palace served as the ducal residence, before becoming the seat of the governor of the assembly representing the province under the former regime. Work on the palace started in 1681 and was staggered over more than a century. Several architects participated in its construction, including the royal architect Jules Hardouin-Mansart. The Philippe le Bon Tower, preserved in the center of this construction, remains the symbol of power over the city. The palace is now home to the City Hall and the Musée des Beaux-Arts, which has some 137,000 works of art. Paintings, sculptures, furniture and tableware are kept in this palace from the Middle Ages. It is one of the oldest museums in France. Don’t miss the magnificent hall that houses the tombs of the Dukes of Burgundy. It’s a good introduction to the history of the region, especially the history of the dukes with evocative names: Philippe le Hardi, Jean sans Peur, Charles le Téméraire, etc.

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Dijon Exhibition and Convention Center

Attend events at the Dijon Exhibition and Convention Center. Enjoy your stay in Campanile hotel Dijon Congres Clemenceau and attend one of the big annual events at the Dijon Exhibition and Convention Center. The Foire Internationale et Gastronomique de Dijon takes place over 12 days in November. It is one of the largest economic events in the region, gathering more than 600 exhibitors. Every year, one country, invited as guest of honor, shows off its culinary specialties, tourist attractions, folklore, crafts and economic resources. Follow the trends in about fifteen sectors, from gastronomy to crafts and including home interior, furniture, health and beauty, and new technologies. If you prefer interior decoration, go to the Salon des Antiquaires et de la Brocante, which takes place every November. With professionals in the art market having taken it over is a small revolution in the landscape of antique fairs and trade shows. The event brings together some forty antiques dealers, gallery owners and brocante dealers, who exhibit furniture and objets d’art from the Haute Epoque to the 20th century.

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In Dijon and its surroundings

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Hôtels Beaune Campanile

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Buffets and à la carte dishes on the restaurant's shaded terrace, pool, free parking, meeting room for your seminars, free Wi-Fi, spacious and air-conditioned rooms. Your Beaune hotel meets all the conditions for an enjoyable and peaceful stay whether it's a family weekend or business trip.

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Hôtels Marsannay Campanile

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Planning a stay in Marsannay and looking for a hotel? With its comfortable rooms, Campanile invites you to take an indulgent break at the best price!

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What to do in Dijon?

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A weekend in Dijon is the perfect opportunity for a getaway at one of our hotel-restaurants, to visit Dijon and its historic center. Roman heritage, medieval buildings, private Renaissance-style mansions will let you travel back in time. The cathedral of Saint-Bénigne houses in its crypt the remains of the tomb of the eponymous martyr. For the evening, we can only recommend you delight in the delicious wines you’ll find in Dijon, the capital of Burgundy wine. For your last day here, you must take a tour around the nearby vineyards.
Spending a week in the buzzing capital of Burgundy promises a passionate stay. Start by visiting the Museum of Fine Arts and the Palace of the Dukes and States of Burgundy, where you can admire the tombs of the Duke of Bourgogne Philippe le Hardi and Jean sans Peur, as well as a magnificent collection of works from the Middle Ages to the contemporary era. Whether you’re a committed amateur or simple novice, you can’t explore Dijon without strolling around the vineyards of the Côte-d’Or! On food, by bike or driving, the journey reveals the landscape of the Dijon area. Enjoy the charms and delights of the Côte d'Or and find our Campanile hotels at every stage.
Set off to explore Dijon as a family, a “Kid Friendly” town since 2006. This means that the city welcomes kids so that they can experience some unforgettable moments. For example, cooking classes are available for young and old. Cooking and local specialties will no longer have any secrets for them. You’ll enjoy the delicious menu at the Campanile restaurant of your hotel. Carry on your stay by exploring the Electricity Museum to discover the mysteries of electricity in a fun and original way. Lastly, there are many green spaces where you can relax during your stay.

A gourmet getaway to Dijon

Snails à la dijonnaise

Snails can surprise and you will need to be fearless to try them if it's your first time. This signature culinary specialty is tasty. The snails are cooked in a skillet with white wine, garlic, shallots and butter. Then, the unmissable Dijon mustard and cream are added. It's all served in a cassolette. Be sure to try this dish during a foodie stay in Dijon, especially sitting in the Campanile restaurant of your hotel.

Beef bourguignon

It’s impossible to visit Dijon and the region of Burgogne-Franche-Comté without sampling this famous dish. Beef bourguignon has gained itself a place of honor in French cooking books. Having become a classic dish, it's a safe bet for lovers of meat and traditional culinary specialties. The pieces of beef are cooked in red wine. Depending on the variation, it can be cooked alone or with carrots and mushrooms. How about trying the version on offer in the restaurant of your Campanile hotel?


Visiting Dijon, means of course, discovering Dijon mustard. Mustard seeds from the flower are ground then mixed with vinegar. This spicy condiment is used in many ways: to baste meat, to dip food in, to perk up a mayonnaise, etc. You can find it in our Campanile restaurants and in the small shops selling local culinary specialties. Be sure to take a pot home to as a memento of your foodie stay or to give as a gift.





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