If you are coming and going by train. This is a great location. A 2 block walk easily done with luggage, but far enough from the station to feel "in town", and away from the track and station area. It is nice and quiet.
Traveller from Victoria BC
Located in the heart of Dijon, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Darcy Square and Dijon Cathedral. Arquebuse Gardens …More
I've now stayed at Vertigo twice. I'd start with the staff, who are uniformly excellent. If you have a problem in your room, someone will show up immediately and deal with it. The rooms are a bit small (it's a central city hotel after all), but well laid out. The beds are comfortable and the internet works well. They serve an excellent breakfast, much better than what passes as petit déjeuner in far too many French hotels these days. The bar on the ground floor stays open late, with music, so if you want to sleep I'd suggest an upper floor. The heavy bass created vibration in the whole building one night [I was on the third floor, French numbering, so a long way up from the bar]. The rooms are air-conditioned: irrelevant this time, but a God-send when I was there in June 2016 during a heat wave. Prices seem to vary a lot: I got reasonable deals online both times, but others have paid much more than I did. The hotel is a short walk from the train station, and, in the opposite direction, from the main sightseeing of central Dijon.
Traveller from US
Located in the heart of Dijon, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Darcy Square and Dijon Cathedral. Church of Notre Dame …More
A different kind of a hotel, in a great historic building. Walking distance to town center. Very friendly staff members. Fully equipped apartments with a kitchenette. Very comfortable beds.
It was unfortunate though that we ended up in a room that had an unpleasant smell and noisy neighbours above our heads, walking heels non stop.
Traveller from Geneva
Located in the heart of Dijon, this aparthotel is steps from Museum of Sacred Art and La Vie Bourguignonne Museum. Liberation …More
Best for travellers who want to stay close to passing autoroutes. Not great for people keen to see Dijon there are closer better hotels. Functional, clean and basic. Great for us us we stopped here en route to Italy and again on the way back. Breaks up the France journey in two nice equally parts assuming you are going all the way south or north.
Situated near the airport, this hotel is 1 mi (1.6 km) from University of Burgundy and within 3 mi (5 km) of Gaston Gerard …More
The renowned mustard is still made here, but Dijon offers so much more. The capital city of Burgundy is also well known for its wine making. Dijon is a walker's paradise, with bustling pedestrian-only thoroughfares to explore, many lined with street vendors and cafes. And with most of its pre-WWII architecture intact, Dijon boasts a spectacular density of Gothic and Renaissance structures.