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BEAUNE ET PAYS BEAUNOIS
Bérangère Clara Skidmore
2 rue de la Colombière
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Imagine hosting your next event in the vineyards of Beaune!
2 hours from Paris and 1h30 from Lyon, Beaune is a charming town featuring the emblematic Hôtel Dieu hospital with its glazed tile roof and is the epitome of Burgundy. Capital of wines, its Pommard, Meursault or Puligny-Montrachet vineyards boasts a great many advantages for hosting a seminar or congress.
With more than 2,600 hotel rooms, the accommodation on offer in Beaune features a wide range of establishments, many of which are in the immediate vicinity of the Palais des Congrès, as well as accommodation with character in the historic town centre or the nearby wine region.
A variety of meeting spaces are available, including the Palais des Congrès (auditorium, committee rooms, exhibition hall) as well as other venues with character, such as the Jean Latour Seminar Centre located within the Hôtel Dieu, the Comédie du Vin, the Lanterne Magique and the brand new Ateliers du Cinéma created by Claude Lelouch, not to mention the prestigious privatised spaces available at certain wine estates (wine producing châteaux, trading hoses).
As an epicurean town, Beaune and its surrounding area attract a great many chefs and boast no fewer than 9 Michelin star establishments, including the only 3 star restaurant in Burgundy; Maison Lameloise in Chagny. If you are looking for originality, try a tasting menu arranged by wine producers at their own wine estate. This concept combines a meal and wine tasting with commentary.
A heritage town on a human scale, you can visit its age-old wine cellars or explore the latest gourmet trends with a tasting tour of the boutiques or the Fallot mustard factory, but also enjoy a fun trail with a wide range of possibilities for rallies and treasure hunts. The vineyards are also perfect for all manner of discoveries: trips on bikes, all terrain electric scooters, « vintage » vehicles along the Grands Crus Route.