Hostel Amiens is situated in the north of France, in the old barracks. Amiens is the perfect stop before the Somme Bay, where you can watch more than 300 migrating bird species between February and November, as well as a seal colony.

This modern hostel has free Wi-Fi, complimentary breakfast, café/bar, TV in rooms, meeting rooms and a cycle store onsite.

After exploring the famous Notre-Dame Cathedral, a Gothic UNESCO listed building, take time to discover by foot, on a punt, or on a carriage, the Saint-Leu neighbourhood. There is an exciting nightlife and an endless amount of history to discover as Amiens is located in the Somme region, infamous for its World War I battles. There are thus many memorials, such as the Australian memorial (where the German offensive was stopped), the Ulster Tower (an Irish monument) and the French & British monument, both located in Thiepval.

What travellers think

Best for

  • Sightseeing
  • Culture
  • Relaxing
  • Shopping

Green rating

75%

Reviews

Große Jugendherberge mit Kochmöglichkeit und Restauration. Zimmer ok, aber alt. Für eine Nacht möglich

77%

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Jana,

Mon 27 Jul 2015

Excellent except for kitchen and the fridge. Not large enough. Also people did not clean up properly after cooking so the kitchen was often dirty, towels were never dry and the fridge was always overloaded and dirty. The smell from the fridge suggested that it was unhygienic and a health hazard. There were no labels or pens for dating fridge contents. This was my third visit to the Amiens hostel. Previously there were less people in the hostel and no problems such as above.

97%

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john,

Tue 14 Jul 2015