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Le Burgundy Hotel Review: In a property built in 1870, this hotel combines art and luxury. The first impression begins with a marble sculpture displayed in the lobby --- representing the curves of a woman, its shadow is depicted by a brass wire on the floor. The 59 rooms including eight spacious suites that stand out with their neo-classical décor. Elegant and cozy, decked out with crystal lamps, refined fabrics, modern furniture and lithographs, they include bathrooms clad in colored stone, black marble and chrome. Some suites feature terraces and private jacuzzis. The bar Le Baudelaire, devoted to cognac and Champagne, showcases an imposing fresco on its ceiling. Arranged around a quiet patio, the gastronomic restaurant is presided over by a talented chef, Pierre Rigothier. Complemented by a fitness room, the spa proves to be a perfect spot to unwind with massage booths, a sauna, a hammam and a beautiful swimming pool. The property also offers conference facilities.