Looking for a unique event venue in Liège? Then check out Le Cadran! An old pedestrian tunnel which at one time led to the underground Liège Palais railway station has been completely transformed into a one-of-a-kind venue with three modular rooms – Le Cadran, Studio 22 and Rotonde Louise – whose sleek, contemporary, clean design inspires the imagination. You can organise meetings and events here for up to 1,000 participants. Easily accessible and convenient parking possibilities are available nearby.

Le Cadran has three ultra-modern spaces where you can hold meetings, events or parties for anything from 50 to 1,000 people. Comprehensive modern infrastructure is available. In terms of location, it’s perfect: in the centre of Liège, within walking distance of the station and with ample parking. If you wish, Le Cadran can arrange refined catering tailored to your requirements, and a team of professionals can take care of every last detail of your meeting. The venue is of course equipped with state-of-the-art meeting facilities.

As a unique conference venue, Le Cadran is great: three rooms, each with its own style and identity. Organising a large event? The rooms can be combined into a single large space where you can receive up to 1,000 people. Or you can hold your smaller events in one of the rooms, with dinner in the intimate Rotonde Louise. Le Cadran’s location in the centre of Liège means that a cultural fringe programme for your event is a possibility.

Le Cadran (600m2) is 600m2, looks very sleek and is equipped with an eye-catching lighting technology in its ceilings, curved walls and niches, allowing you to create whatever mood you like. Studio22 (300m2), also known as the artistic lab, is a particularly inspiring space that lends itself to almost any type of event. The Rotonde Louise has been nicknamed the champagne bar, and is an intimate space that radiates classiness and warmth. The three spaces can be used separately or combined into one. All modern event facilities are provided, including beautifully designed bars.