Nestled in the heart of Burgundy, between Beaune and Dijon, Château Sainte Sabine has ascended to new heights of luxury, recently earning its fifth star. This accolade is a testament to the château’s commitment to providing an unforgettable experience, blending elegance with quality in every aspect.
The château, a hidden gem set within an 8-hectare park, dates back to the 16th century. Its recent acquisition and significant renovation efforts have brought about stunning transformations while preserving its historical charm. The inner courtyard now boasts a French-style garden, a refreshing pool with a welcoming pool-house, and a redesigned terrace. The interiors have been adorned with carefully selected furniture and fabrics from the renowned Pierre Frey, enhancing the bar and lounges with a touch of timeless grace.
One of the most remarkable renovations is the conversion of the former Guards’ Room into a majestic 110 square meter suite. This space features a grand fireplace, a faithful reproduction from the Guards’ Room of the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Dijon, adding a regal flair to the château.
Owners Séverine Pétilaire-Bellet and Axel Nérin, along with Philippe Parra, the château’s director, are proud of this achievement. Parra reflects on the château’s journey from three to five stars as a symbol of “top-of-the-range” French art de vivre. He emphasizes the team’s commitment to offering magical, unforgettable stays, promising more delightful surprises that blend history, authenticity, and hospitality.
For discerning travelers seeking an exceptional stay, Château Sainte Sabine now stands as a beacon of high-end French hospitality, promising a blend of historical elegance and modern luxury that is more dynamic than ever. As it turns a new page in its storied history, the château invites guests to experience the magic and charm of Burgundy’s rising star of elegance.