This five-star hotel is home to one of France’s great restaurants, named after the late chef who created it. It’s now run by his wife, along with satellite restaurants in Dijon, Beaune, and Paris, while the Michelin-two-star cuisine is overseen by Patrick Bertron, who has worked in the kitchen since 1982. His cooking showcases the finest products from Brittany, his birthplace, and the forests of Morvan, where he lives. Wine connoisseurs can choose from 900 top labels. The decor throughout is “rustic luxury” with wooden beams and Burgundy-tile floors. The standard or “confort” rooms are spacious and good value and even have their own balconies. In 2017, the hotel opened a new multi-sensory, hi-tech spa with a health-food restaurant. Children are well catered to: They have their own games room and gourmet menu.