Dijon's hotel scene has always been lagging behind the culinary hotspot status of the Burgundian capital. This has changed with the opening of Vertigo, a hotel set in a Haussmann-style building - more Paris than Cote d'Or- and features a monochromatic black and white decor. The hotel offers a classic bar serving vintage Burgundy wines and champagnes, an indoor swimming pool, a sauna and a hammam. Rooms have air conditioning, signature platform beds, satellite TV and coffee machine.
• 42 rooms
• Hotel opened: March 2015
• Architect: Yvon Carminati
• Interiors: Ludivine de Brito
• Unique: The Vertigo is "proudly French" featuring such designers as Hervé Langlais, Maria Jeglinska and Ligne Roset.