We booked this hotel for a city trip to Liège, and don't regret for a minute. The hotel, though very close to the city center, is somewhat hidden, as the entrance in the old building is actually on
the top floor of the hotel.
Constructed using two old town houses, most of the the excellent rooms are located in a new build annex that goes down six floors.
The food served in the 'brasserie' was excellent, as was the breakfast with an extensive cold and hot buffet. The staff, both at reception and bar/restaurant was very friendly, especially the young apprentice waiters in the brasserie.
If you are into historic buildings, don't forget to take a stroll into the wing where the restaurant Le Sélys is located, and some of the suites of the hotel. That part is beautifully restored, especially the staircase.
The sauna/swimming pool area lacks a bit of space, and needs some minor reconditioning.
One negative point is the plastic(?) mattress protection that feels strange. Although it has an obvious hygienic function, it does provoke transpiration while asleep. However, impact on the sleep quality is negligible
In all very recommendable hotel. [Less]