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The Inn Design hotel in Amiens and its Resto Novo restaurant provide comfortable, well-equipped rooms which are fully accessible to people with reduced mobility.
To provide the best possible service at really competitive prices, the Inn Design hotel in Amiens offers a "Soirée Étape" deal from Sunday to Friday evening which includes your accommodation, breakfast and evening meal at a special, all-inclusive discounted price!
And to cater for all your needs, the Resto Novo restaurant at the Inn Design hotel in Amiens offers a full service ranging from a buffet breakfast to à la carte lunches and dinners.
Located less than 10 minutes away from Amiens city centre and near to the main roads to Beauvais and Le Havre, the Inn Design hotel in Amiens provides great value accommodation.
Car park available
Animals are welcome (additional charge applies)
Whether you're on a leisure break or working away from home, the Inn Design hotel in Amiens provides ideal accommodation! The rooms are practical and comfortable and they provide a full range of facilities: a desk, bedding including a duvet, free WiFi, a TV, and a private bathroom with a hairdryer and towels. A refreshments tray will also be ready for you when you arrive.
Ensuite shower room
Flat screen TV
To get your day off to a great start, take advantage of the filling continental breakfast at the Inn Design hotel in Amiens! This buffet breakfast is served every day and includes homemade pastries, fruit juice, lemonade, coffee, tea, milk and hot chocolate, yogurt bio... as well as a wide range of savoury dishes such as hard-boiled eggs or turkey breast! To round off the range of services that we provide, we also offer a range of gluten-free products so that you can enjoy a breakfast that doesn't break your diet!
Weekdays : 6:30 to 9:30 a.m.
Weekends & public holidays : 7:30 to 11:00 a.m.
Take advantage of our "Box'Inn" breakfast – available throughout the week! Pick your breakfast up from reception in the morning. It contains 1 pastry and 1 hot drink, and it's a great way to start the day off wherever you want to!
The restaurant at the Inn Design hotel in Amiens also serves delicious, traditional French cuisine. The lunches and dinners are proposed to you with the slate and according to various menus.
On warm days the Inn Design hotel in Amiens invites you to enjoy your meals outside on the sunny terrace. The meals that we serve provide a great way.
Groups of up to 40 people can be catered for at lunchtime.
Monday :7pm to 9pm
Tuesday to Thursday : 12 noon to 1:30pm / 7pm to 9pm
Friday : 12 noon to 1:30pm
The Inn Design hotel in Amiens is within easy reach of the city centre which is just 10 minutes away by car… Not to be missed: the Somme Bay is a UNESCO world heritage site!
The Hortillonnages is a marshland area close to the city centre which covers an area of 750 acres and is criss-crossed by canals which divide it up into small gardens. You can explore it on a "barque à cornet", a flat-bottomed boat which lets you get close to the fragile banks of the cultivated plots of land. This boat trip is a great way to explore the "floating market"! It leaves from just by the cathedral and runs throughout the year.
Amiens cathedral is twice as big as Notre-Dame in Paris, measuring 145 metres long by 112 metres high (to the top of the spire), and the vaults of the nave reach a height of 42.30 metres. Dating from the 13th century, its construction was due to the wealth of the city in the Middle Ages and the fire which destroyed the previous Norman cathedral on this site. Since 1981 the cathedral has been a UNESCO World Heritage site. Twice a year, during the Christmas holidays and in summer, Amiens cathedral is lit up in a superb "son et lumière" show. Colour slides are displayed on the walls showing them in their original range of colours which were discovered after they were cleaned by laser. This is a show which will delight people of all ages! Another must-visit attraction is the Tour Perret! It's situated opposite the Gare du Nord and is named after its architect, Auguste Perret. It's over a hundred metres high and was one of the first skyscrapers to be built in Europe, and for a long time it was the highest.
During your stay in Amiens be sure to visit the old town and the Somme Bay area where you can explore the Parc Marquenterre wildlife park right in the heart of the bay as well as the Maison des Oiseaux ornithological centre. Discover the Parc du Marquenterre on the coast in the heart of the Somme Bay! This is an unspoilt area covering over 500 acres where dunes, marshes and woodland make up an attractive mixture of unique landscapes which abound in wildlife. A major stopover for migrating birds, the Parc de Marquenterre offers guided tours which allow you to discover the fantastic range of plants and animals in the Somme Bay.