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[Luxus+ Magazine] Burgundy-Franche-Comté: a hospitality that is part of the sustainability

[Luxus+ Magazine] Burgundy-Franche-Comté: a hospitality that is part of the sustainability

Editor’s note: This article was first published in the print edition of the Fall/Winter 2022-23 issue of Luxus+ magazine. Click here to view the full issue.

Burgundy-Franche-Comté is a renowned land of hospitality. Accessible, it is praised for the quality of its gastronomy since the dawn of time. This tradition of hospitality has been perpetuated for centuries. With the newly opened International City of Gastronomy in Dijon as a showcase, its art of living and eating well is based on the richness of its products, whether they are the result of nature or the work of committed producers.


Burgundy-Franche-Comté is a sustainable region that attracts visitors from all over the world. At the crossroads of major European routes, sixty-five luxury hotels, thirty-eight Michelin-starred restaurants and numerous estates offer the opportunity to experience the region’s gastronomic excellence. At a time when the Relais Loiseau, one of the region’s most emblematic establishments, is being handed down to the second generation, other establishments are changing hands and numerous projects are being developed. Proof, if any were needed, of the region’s assets.


The life of a castle


If the vine is the origin of luxury in Burgundy, it is also the gastronomic, patrimonial, historical and cultural richness that delights French and international visitors.


Séverine Pétilaire-Bellet, the owner of the Hostellerie de Levernois and the Château Sainte-Sabine, two beautiful houses located a few minutes from the A6 freeway, has succeeded in combining the art of elegant entertaining with the excellence of the products and the abundance of culture. “You have to come and discover this fantastic diversity in both its rural and urban landscapes. It is also a luxury to go from one to the other so quickly. Clients marvel at the entire region and feel privileged to have access to so many riches,” enthuses this businesswoman who is returning to her roots. “The location appealed to me, but the decision was made easier by the great work done by Susane and Jean-Louis Bottigliero, the previous owners. I now strive to work with local producers.”


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Featured photo : © Laurent Cheviet

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