The façade of the Vertigo Hotel in Dijon may retain its Haussmann style dating back to the 1920s, but the interiors boast modern furniture from international designers like Tom Dixon and Pierre Paulin.

Instead of blank ceilings, contemporary art pieces are installed above each bed to allow guests to admire them before drifting off to sleep. Those with a love for the arts will also enjoy a walk down Dijon’s streets and soak in the city’s Gothic and Renaissance architecture. Foodies should check out Michelin-starred restaurants like Restaurant Stéphane Derbord and Hostellerie du Chapeau Rouge.

3 rue Devosge, Dijon 21000, France. Tel: +33 (0) 3 80 40 40 40


Cover: Vertigo hotel’s room interior
This was first published in Wine & Dine’s March 2015 issue, ‘Travel News & Great Getaways’.
Words: Ryan Chan

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