KYRIAD Hotel Saint-Quentin

Out and about in Saint-Quentin

Saint-Quentin is a beautiful historic city, deeply rooted in the Art Deco style, and listed as a town of art and history. With a population of about 60,000 inhabitants, you can admire several magnificent monuments, including the Basilica of Saint-Quentin and the town hall, featuring 37 bells. Take advantage of your stay in our Kyriad hotel to discover Saint-Quentin. Several exhibitions await you, and especially sports. Named France's most sporting city in 2011, sports are simply a way of life in Saint-Quentin.

Saint-Quentin Basilica

Listed as an historical monument, the Basilica of Saint-Quentin measures 123m long and 34m tall. Its construction work took three centuries because of the regular interruptions due to various wars and epidemics. Featuring a large monumental organ, the Basilica of Saint-Quentin was badly damaged during the First World War, before being renovated. ...

More info on the site : Saint-Quentin Basilica

Butterfly museum

You can find the butterfly museum in the Saint-Jacques space, which also houses an art exhibition. Discover nearly 11,000 butterflies and insects, and admire the world's largest butterfly, with a 27cm wingspan. You'll find butterflies from 6 continents, in every color

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The Splendid concert hall

What better way to relax in the evening than a concert or a one-man show? The Splendid can accommodate 1,300 guests and has seen several big names in show business grace its stage, such as Yael Naim, Zazie, Djamel Debbouze, and Nicolas Canteloup. The hall is accessible to the deaf and hearing impaired.

More info on the site : The Splendid concert hall

Les Marais d'Isle Nature Reserve

Nature lovers will love Les Marais d'Isle: The nature reserve extends over 50 hectares, and you can admire many protected bird species. Every 3rd Sunday of the month, you can enjoy a guided tour around this unique site in Europe.

More info on the site : Les Marais d'Isle Nature Reserve

City Hall

The Saint-Quentin City Hall will impress you with its Gothic style, and its facades adorned with 173 sculptures. Built in 1509, it consists, among other things, of a wedding hall containing a monumental fireplace and an art deco-style city council room.

More info on the site : City Hall


A sporting city, Saint-Quentin has several facilities to accommodate you: an aquatic center within the urban sports and recreation park, a skating rink, bike rental, bowling, fitness center... Take advantage of your stay to get in shape and play a sport!

More info on the site : Sports

Calendar of

2014: This year, 2014, marks the centenary of the First World War, of which the town of Saint-Quentin was the setting. Throughout the year, you can find many conferences and exhibitions on this theme, that makes Saint-Quentin a town steeped in art and history

October 12, 2014: Serge Lama in Concert

From October 11 to November 2, 2014: The Saint-Denis Traditional Fair, with over 120 rides