ibis budget Liège
Rue de l'Arbre Courte Joie 380
Rue de l'Arbre Courte Joie 380
The ibis budget Liège hotel (formerly Etap Hotel) is a modern hotel, close to the main highways (E40, E42 and E25), public transport, the TGV, Thalys and ICE train stations and Bierset airport (1.9 miles). It is just a few minutes by car from the city center (4.3 miles), the conference center, the Opéra royal de Wallonie (4.3 miles), the historic center (6.2 miles) and restaurants, museums and shops. The Spa-Francorchamps circuit and the Hautes Fagnes nature reserve (18.6 miles) are not to be missed.
The ibis budget Liège is the perfect base for visiting the surrounding cities of Maastricht, Hasselt, Namur and Brussels. However, the historical city centre of Liège has a great deal to offer, too, including the Grand Curtius Museum, St Paul's Cathedral and the Archeoforum or Place Saint Lambert. Enjoy the nightlife on the Place du Marché, with many shopping streets leading off this square. For remarkable views of Liège, climb up the Bueren steps. And don't forget to taste a real Liège waffle.
This hotel participates to Planet 21 and is acting in favour of Positive Hospitality.
GPS : 50.670754, 5.537006
Room for up to 3 people, with a double bed and duvet, and an overhead bunk bed. Modern, relaxing design, flat-screen TV with connectors, comfort shower and separate toilet. Ideal for families, couples and groups of friends
Room with a large bed and duvet. Modern and relaxing design, flat-screen TV with connectors, comfort shower and separate toilet. Ideal for individuals or couples
Reviews collected from customers who booked on AccorHotels.com
I understand that this is Ibis's budget line hotel, but there is no excuse for providing a bed that is a glorified sleeping bag. Although it was not awfully hot outside, my 2nd floor room was terribly hot; there was no way to stay in the room without having the window open. However, the road noise from the nearby highway made it impossible to sleep. In addition, I supposedly had a 3-person room that, even by European standards, was tiny. The shower stall opened up right beside the bed in the "common" area.
This was another ideal stop for one night only. The room was good and clean, as was the en-suite. We had a nice view of what looked like a nice garden lawn, but on checking, it was fenced off. Nice view though. Not much locally although a short walk away id the biggest hypermarket that I have ever seen. Cora, a Belgian chain I believe. It is in a nice shopping complex too.
This hotel offers the bare minimum in amenities but is an inexpensive place to sleep for a night. The rooms are more of a plastic pod with a one piece molded plastic bathroom that has the toilet, sink and shower all built in. It has a double bed with a smaller single bed above it,. Other than a small shelf in the corner, a plastic stool, and a few clothing hooks on the walls, there is no other furniture. It is located in an industrial commercial/industrial area just off of the highway with very few restaurants or stores, but there is a shopping mall within a short distance. You must have a car to use this hotel. Despite its Spartan offering, the hotel does provide a good night of sleep for a very reasonable price.
Dear Customer, Thank you for taking the time to share your feelings about your stay at ibis budget Liege. Our hotel is dedicated to offering you the best possible service for your stays, and your opinion is very important to me. We are looking forward to welcoming you again for your next stay in Liège. Sincerely,
We found this hotel basic but it is a budget. Saying that we had everything we needed. The staff we very nice and friendly. The rooms clean . The hotel is close to the motorway so no trouble with traffic. It is on a industrial estate but close to a good restaurant.
I booked the hotel for the Belgium F1, me & my friend are both full time wheelchair users and due to the nature of our disabilities we fatigue quickly and are in constant pain. After a very long, painful and stressful day we arrived to the hotel in Liege to be greeted by two members of staff who were extremely rude and unhelpful. There was a language barrier between us, but the members of staff started arguing in a different language amongst themselves whilst me and my friend had all our luggage, were in our wheelchairs and extremely tired. We weren't put in the disabled until the next day, which meant we struggled with two chairs six bags of luggage and a toilet incredibly small. From this point onwards the hotel suited our needs and the staff were very helpful but due our awful experience when we arrived I would not recommend the hotel.
Dear, I am sorry to read your message about your awful experience in our hotel. Unfortunately, we receive any request asking in advance a disabled room. I completely understand your comments and I will meet the both persons in charge of check-in on this date. Please, do not stay on your first feeling and let me try to make you a good impression for the next time. Awaiting to welcome you for another stay. Best Regards,
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