Discover the wonders of Liège

Located just 10 minutes away from the charming shops and restaurants in the city center, the hotel is an ideal base to explore the many attractions of Liège. Visit La Batte Sunday Market, the largest and oldest city market in Belgium. You can hire a taxi to get around or ride a bicycle like the locals do. Admire artisan crystal glassware at the historic crystal factory of Val Saint Lambert, cheer on your favorite team at the Standard de Liège football stadium or catch a Formula One race at the Spa-Francorchamps racing track. Read more below about some of our selected points of interest in the area.

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Royal Opera of Wallonia

4.61 mi / 7.42 km from the hotel
Attend a performance by one of the country's most famous opera houses, Royal Opera of Wallonia, in the historic Theatre Royal. Be enthralled by classical opera in a stunning setting.
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Standard de Liège Football Stadium

4.17 mi / 6.71 km from the hotel
Dive into the world of one of the most successful soccer clubs in Belgium and visit its century-old stadium. Don't forget to check the schedule to watch a game!
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Val Saint Lambert

3.43 mi / 5.51 km from the hotel
Explore the universe of the centuries-old craftsmanship of Belgian crystal and discover the fascinating history of the famous brand creating impressive mouth-blown and hand-cut pieces.
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Parc de la Boverie

4.99 mi / 8.04 km from the hotel
The Parc de la Boverie, located between the Meuse and the "Dérivation" canal, is a place for family leisure, open to all and open to the world. The rose garden, the Nicolas Schöffer Tower and a modern pond, make it a lovely place for walks, and, the building which was constructed in 1905 World Expo has taken on the name of “La Boverie”.


0.1 mi / 0.17 km from the hotel
Located next to Liège Airport, Fly-in is the largest free-fall simulator in the world. The new entertainment concept features a circular wind tunnel and it is be the ideal place to discover the sensations of skydiving, both for those who make their first flight and for skydiving professionals.