Liège, known as the Cité ardente, is full of life day and night. But if you need some sleep, here is a selection of our favourite hotels.
Located, as its name indicates, right next to the Palais des Congrès, the Van der Valk Hotel Liège Congrès has 219 bedrooms, 5 function rooms that can hold between 5 and 200 people, and a wellness & fitness centre, as well as a lounge space where you can sit back and watch the world go by while sipping on a cocktail made in-house.
Situé à 3 minutes à pied de la gare de Liège Guillemins, Yust Liège veut faire découvrir la culture locale à des voyageurs des quatre coins du globe : créations culinaires, propositions artistiques, aménagement intérieur ou événements hors du commun. À tester aussi : l’apéritif en rooftop, avec vue sur le chef-d’œuvre de Calatrava !
Overlooking the place Saint-Lambert, Radisson Liège City Centre is a great choice for Festival goers who want to enjoy a comfortable stay at a convenient location for the FIFCL. The hotel boasts 99 rooms and suites, designed in a sleek Scandinavian style, including facilities for people with disabilities. Above all, visitors can expect excellent people-centred service, in line with its motto “Welcome Home”.
In the heart of Liège, also known as the Cité ardente, a short walk from the Festival’s main Chapiteau (Marquee), the Forum, and the picturesque Carré district, the Hôtel Cathédrale promises a stunning view over the city and its visitors. Enjoy the terrace up until the first cold spells, and the restaurant from the first signs of dawn, with its delicious breakfasts, both continental and à la carte.
Bordering the river Meuse, the Mercure Liege City Centre guarantees comfort and modernity, in the city’s historic neighbourhood. The restaurant, nestled in a former convent of the Récollectines, provides a stunning backdrop to savour a tasty meal. After nightfall, enjoy a glass on the terrace, in the middle of the magnificent gardens.
Ranked as a part of Wallonia’s exceptional heritage and a window into the heart of the city’s history, Le Sélys offers 8 private spaces. Each of them has a unique atmosphere, combining aesthetics with comfort, and luxury with inventiveness. The rooftop terraces are the place to be in summer, as you can dreamily cast your gaze over the city’s roofs and towers.