Our hostel in Lille
Our hostel in Lille
In the heart of Vieux-Lille, come and discover our hostel with its iconic red brick trim typical of the city.
The North of France’s ‘Red City’ provides a pleasant setting for our hostel. Come visit us for a complete The People experience right in the centre of Lille.
ALL THE COLOURS
OF THE RAINBOW
At The People Lille, we offer a varied calendar of events all throughout the year. There’s something for everyone, whether it’s painting classes with a local artist, musical evenings, or local associative events.
EXPLORE THE NEXT EVENTS IN OUR HOSTEL
NO HOLDS BARRED
Ready your tastebuds for fresh local products without even leaving the hostel. With an outdoor patio or warm indoor seating, our restaurant and bar are favourite meeting spots for all the local connoisseurs.
EXPLORE THE BAR AND RESTAURANT OF OUR HOSTEL
Take advantage of our high-quality bedding in our private, shared, and family rooms and mini-lofts. If you’re in the middle of a trip, our capsule beds are there for you. What’s more, you’ll be right in the middle of a typical Lille neighbourhood.
EXPLORE THE ROOMS AND DORMITORIES OF OUR HOSTEL
Grab your brushes!
Do you have the soul of an artist? (Or not!) Join one of our painting classes! We can’t promise you the Mona Lisa, but we can paint you a portrait of a great time.
On the dance floor!
Lille is a city that knows how to party. Get your dance outfit ready because we keep things swinging with frequent musical soirées.
Shall we look around?
If you’re looking for the neighbourhood experts, you’ve found them. Don’t hesitate to ask our staff for tips to help you discover all the best spots in the area.
Abracadabra, Gastama !
Our restaurant and bar are locally famous for their fresh seasonal products and dishes. One more reason to come relax here for a friendly moment indoors or outside on the patio.
A must for any gourmet
If you’re looking to combine comfort with pleasure, our centrally located hostel will put you right in the path of the party with every delicacy along the way. Sweet and savoury pleasures and craft beer are all right on hand to make your trip a true local experience.
From €60 per night
Just like at a hotel, we can offer you single or double occupancy. With two single beds or one double bed, our private room offers all the comfort you need, including your own bathroom with storage cabinets and towels provided. You’ll be able to explore the area with total peace of mind.
Single or double beds
From €19 per night
Our prices are as easy on your wallet as our capsule beds are on your back. Sleeping 4 to 10, our shared rooms are perfect for comfortably sharing accommodation, with solid wood beds, secure lockers, and a shared bathroom. Some female-only rooms are also available.
From €140 per night
Looking for a peaceful setting for your friends or family? Enjoy the comfort of our mini-loft, decorated in a typically Northern French style, with the bonus of two levels, a living room, a private bathroom (towels provided) and a courtyard all to yourselves. One double or two twin beds plus four other single beds are on hand to make you feel right at home.
From €130 per night
Room for 6 guests, perfect for a family or group of friends, with private bathrooms and towels provided for all the comfort you need. You can leave the double bed as it is or separate it into two twin beds as you wish.
Lille provides a direct route to culture, both ancient and modern, thanks to its many museums, making the city a custodian of culture for all of Europe.
This historic quarter full of red brick houses makes up the heart of the city. Our hostel is situated here just a few steps away from the Notre-Dame-de-la-Treille cathedral and La Vieille Bourse, so come enjoy a real local experience.
Built in a typically Northern style, the belfry of Lille’s Hôtel de Ville is the tallest in Europe. Built in 1932, its Art Deco and neo-Flemish inspiration makes it one of the city’s must-sees. If nothing else, it has also been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage monument. You can even take an elevator up to the top.
One of the largest museums in France, the post-French Revolution structure was built in 1792 and contains one of the greatest collections of fine art outside of Paris. The museum collections vary from the works of famous artists to local painters, sculptors, and sketch artists.
Take the no. 10 bus towards Lille CHR or Lomme Hegel and get off at the Magasin stop.
Take the shuttle to Vieux-Lille. Signal your stop to the driver. For the hostel, get off at the end of Rue Saint Sébastien.
Approximately 20 minutes’ walk from the two stations.
An hourly shuttle service is available every day from 5am to 8pm; the trip takes about 20 minutes (€8 one-way or €10 for a return ticket).