The motto on the Manoir de Lébioles crest says "Plus Valet Quam Lucet" (There is more to see than meets the eye). How so very true: this first class hotel in the province of Liège offers its guests an extraordinary sense of luxury, an intimate atmosphere and first class service.
Built between 1905 and 1910, Manoir de Lébioles was once a family home, used as a backdrop for glamorous events such as concerts, gala balls and plays by the National Theatre of Belgium. Through much of the 20th century until the 1980s, it was converted into a hotel.
Manoir de Lébioles - considered one of the most beautiful buildings of architectural note in the region - underwent an extensive renovation project in 2006, returning "the small Versailles of the Ardennes" to its former glory, while introducing state-of-the-art luxury and modern comfort.
The 3 rooms and 13 suites meet the guests' desires. Each was individually designed to have its own style and character. The large suites are spacious enough to allow you to relax comfortably: taking a bath in the turret, reading in the alcove or daydreaming in front of an open fire.
This update, coupled with its location nestling majestically amid the woods of the Ardennes close to the historic town of Spa, together with its stunning wellbeing space, make the hotel a natural choice for those seeking rest and relaxation.
Chef Olivier Tucki creates inspired, authentic dishes sure to delight all gourmets.
Business meetings and seminars
The hotel has a boardroom sitting 40 guests and modern equipment.
The hotel is accessible from various major cities such as Cologne (125 km), Brussels (135 km), or Maastricht (60 km). It has a very good connection with the Spa-La aerodrome.
It is possible, on request, to land by helicopter on the estate.
- Credit cards accepted
- Indoor catering
- Half board
- Full board
- Room service
- Horse riding
- Swimming pool
- Fitness gym
- Air conditioning
- Open fire
- Luggage store