Dear Friend of Flanders,

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We hope to welcome you again soon, with twice the heart, love and hospitality. 

Warm regards,
VISITFLANDERS.

Are you young (or young at heart) and looking for a budget-friendly bed in Limburg? Then Hostel H is the place for you! Hasselt’s first and only hostel is strategically situated behind the station, just a short walk from the centre. The hostel has 120 beds for young people, school groups, wheelchair users, backpackers or price-conscious tourists. Don’t expect stereotypical musty hostel rooms here, as the “H” in H Hostel stands for Hip. The hostel has comfortable rooms with private bathrooms. Our recommended hangouts are the backpackers bar and the nearby park.

Where

SPOORWEGSTRAAT 80
3500 Hasselt

Contact

+3211455081

Official labels

accessibilty comfort label
A building with an A+ label is comfortably accessible. The characteristics described above also apply to this tourist building. In addition, people with restricted mobility in principle can use the important rooms without assistance. Detailed accessibility information on this accommodation can be obtained  on www.visitflanders.com/en/accessibility.
Green key label
The Green Key is an international eco-label tourism facility that aims to contribute to the prevention of climate change and to sustainable tourism by awards and promoting good initiatives. The Green Key aims to change the practices and behaviors of actors, guests, enterprises, authorities, and local communities, and its desire is to involve them in increasing their responsibility toward their own environment.

Accessibility information

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