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  • Saint-Quentin Hotel B&B
  • 24/06/2019 - 25/06/2019
  • 1 room , 1 adult
  • 1 room , 1 guest

B&B Hotel in Saint-Quentin

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The capital of Haute-Picardie, Saint-Quentin is right in the heart of Vermandois. It is the second biggest city in Aisne and is on the river Somme. The city, which is a crossroads between Paris, Amiens, Reims, Lille and Brussels, is the ideal destination for a relaxing weekend away as a family. Are you looking for an affordable hotel in Saint-Quentin? You can book online to stay in our B&B hotel, located near ZAC de la vallée in Saint Quentin!

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Classified as a city of art and history, Saint-Quentin has a very rich cultural heritage. Voted France's sportiest city in 2011, Saint-Quentin has a number of leisure facilities. Whether you want to visit museums or go on a nature getaway, you’ll find what you’re looking for in Saint-Quentin!

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Are you looking for a hotel with free Wi-Fi near Saint-Quentin city centre? Book a room in our B&B Saint-Quentin hotel! Ideally located, the hotel offers a wide choice of rooms to meet all your needs, from business trips to family holidays to a romantic getaway. For true comfort, the hotel rooms are fully equipped with everything you need.

Explore Saint-Quentin

Founded by the Romans, the city was first named after Augusta Viromanduorum. It was destroyed in the 3rd century. A new settlement appeared during the High Middle Ages: it grew around Quentin’s tomb, a Christian martyr who died in Augusta. The abbey named after him was first cited in 806. The city became royal domain at the start of the 8th century. Its ideal position between Champagne and Flanders helped its growth but also caused its decline: the city was well sought and was particularly affected by the Hundred Years War. At the end of the 16th century, the city began to specialise in the production of fine linens. It became a thriving industrial city in the 19th century, with successful and prosperous textile and mechanical industries.

Are you looking for ideas for walks? The Champs-Elysées and its 8 hectare grounds is the perfect place to relax. You can also walk around Winston Churchill Square, Isle Jacques-Braconnier Park and enjoy a relaxing afternoon on the beach of the Etang d'Isle. The Marais d'Isle National Nature Reserve is home to a very rich fauna and flora.

Saint-Quentin is a stop on the Way of Saint James and has a magnificent art deco heritage. You can admire beautiful facades adorned with wrought iron, faience, sculptures and more. Among the must-see sights, you have Saint-Quentin Basilica, a former royal collegiate church, the town hall, built in a flamboyant Gothic style, the Musée Antoine-Lécuyer, which exhibits the work of Maurice Quentin de la Tour, the Butterfly Museum, home to a magnificent collection of more than 600,000 specimens, and the Village des Métiers d'Antan & Musée Motobecane.

Many events are organized throughout the year in Saint-Quentin, from the Cité-Jeune International Festival of Aisne (April) to the Foire de la Saint-Denis (October), and the traditional Fêtes du bouffon (during the weekend of Pentecost), as well as the many summer events (in summer, Saint-Quentin city centre is transformed into a sandy beach) or Salon du Livre book fair( (October).

Are you looking for an affordable hotel in Saint-Quentin? Then book a room in the B&B hotel right now!