THE HOTEL Dijon has beautiful vineyards, a rich cultural heritage, and now its first Design HotelsTM member, Vertigo Hotel, just a stone's throw from Darcy Square. Impressive in scale and charmingly Parisian in style—due to the Haussmann-esque façade and the hotel’s selection of fine wine—Vertigo Hotel ticks all the right French boxes. With a clear black-and-white color scheme, Vertigo's 42 rooms are full of little surprises, such as suspended beds, a mirrored media entertainment system, photograph-bedecked ceilings, and numerous welcome gifts, including a drink on arrival. MADE BY ORIGINALS Twin brothers Bruno and Christophe Massucco are big players on the Dijon hospitality scene, with a handful of hotels and restaurants in the city. The brothers were born in their parents’ hotel, which explains the pair’s hospitality acumen. Specializing in reanimating old properties, the Massuccos bring a unique new identity to each project they take on, with Vertigo Hotel’s aesthetic drawing influence from Juventus Football Club and the Massucco family’s hometown of Turin, Italy. ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN The building that houses Vertigo Hotel—situated on Place Darcy, one of the city’s more popular squares—conforms to the Haussmann style that was popular in Paris in the late 1800s. The hotel’s interior showcases a number of works by French designers, including “Nuage” lighting by Hervé Langlais, “Circles” coffee tables by Maria Jeglinska, and selected pieces by Ligne Roset. One design highlight is the Embassy Bar, which sports the original decorative details, gilded frames, and twinkling chandeliers that oversee the vintage burgundy wines, Champagne, and cocktails being served below.
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