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  • £101

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    B&B N°5

    B&B N°5

    Liège (0 miles from Saint Bartholomew's Church)

    9.6 Exceptional 377 reviews
    Description N°5 Bed & Breakfast in Liège features free access to an on-site sauna and wireless internet, as well as a city garden with a terrace.
    Review

    "The place is really amazing. The main house is great and the room (we had a suit) was awesome. Extremely comfortable and cozy. We really loved it. They had a cot for our little one and he was super happy..."

    LlucD. Netherlands
  • £94

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    Les Suites de Nanesse

    Les Suites de Nanesse

    Liège (0.4 miles from Saint Bartholomew's Church)

    9.4 Superb 190 reviews
    Description Les Suites de Nanesse offers self-catering accommodations with or without terrace and a free broadband WiFi. The accommodation is set in Liège in the Liege Province Region, 1.6 km from Congres Palace....
    Review

    "The personal is very friendly and service oriented. The appartment is perfectly central located, modern and wise furnished and decorated with love. The beds are great! We will definetly come back!"

    Vera. Germany
  • £101

    Average price per night

    Hotel Neuvice

    Hotel Neuvice 3-star hotel

    Liège (0.3 miles from Saint Bartholomew's Church)

    9.0 Superb 500 reviews
    Description Located in the historical centre of Liège, Hotel Neuvice offers modernly decorated rooms and free WiFi in the entire property.
    Review

    "Building is stunning. Rooms are very cozy. Nice old restored architecture. Very intuitive automated air conditioning and light modes. Bed was very comfortable. Bathroom clean and tidy."

    Jeeseaux. Italy
  • £75

    Average price per night

    Chez Mamy

    Chez Mamy

    Liège (0.3 miles from Saint Bartholomew's Church)

    8.9 Fabulous 291 reviews
    Description Chez Mamy offers accommodation in an 18th century house located in the historic centre of Liège. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant. The rooms include a TV.
    Review

    "Thank you to Caroline for a very warm welcome and for a spectacular breakfast. YOU MUST have the breakfast. Exceptional. The room was beautiful, with a fantastic view of the river and the parking is right..."

    Tuscan Host. United Kingdom
  • £69

    Average price per night

    Appart-Hotel Léopold Liège Centre

    Appart-Hotel Léopold Liège Centre

    Liège (0.4 miles from Saint Bartholomew's Church)

    8.5 Very good 335 reviews
    Description Located in Liège, Appartement Léopold Liège Centre offers self-catering accommodations with a free broadband WiFi and HD flat-screen TV is available.
    Review

    "In the heart of the city, above a cosy bar, opposite the beautiful city hall. Felt like a second home."

    Alex. United Kingdom
  • £110

    Average price per night

    Faubourg Saint Martin

    Faubourg Saint Martin

    Liège (0.8 miles from Saint Bartholomew's Church)

    9.6 Exceptional 130 reviews
    Description Featuring free WiFi, Faubourg Saint Martin offers rooms in Liège, 1.7 km from Congres Palace and 1.1 km from BAL.
    Review

    "Everything was perfect: from location and comfort to friendliness and service. Superb view from the garden. Highly recommended!"

    Thibaut. Netherlands
Collegiate Church of St. Bartholomew
Dating from the 11th century and showcasing architecture from the Rhine and Meuse regions, this church is adorned with two towers and plenty of symbolism. Bronze casts, a model of the Apostles and paintings add to the church’s splendour. The font originally stood in Notre-Dame-aux-Fonts church, before being moved to safety during the French Revolution.