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On the ground floor of the hospital, l’Auberge offers a wide choice of snacks : candies, hot snacks, sandwiches, hot and cold drinks. L’Auberge is open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on week days, and from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.

Le restaurant «Le Médoc»

In front of  l’Auberge, on the ground floor, Le Médoc offers a varied menu in a cosy environment. In the afternoon, mainly pastries are offered. A take-away service allows you to take home all the warm dishes on the menu as well as cold home-made dishes.

Le Médoc is open from Monday to Friday from 11.30 a.m. to 8.00 p.m. Telephone: 02 764 12 45

Le Lucullus

Staff restaurant, le « Lucullus » is open to patients and visitors from 11.30 a.m. to 2.00 p.m. It is located on level -3.


Ramada Brussels Woluwe

Ramada Brussels Woluwe is a 3-star charming hotel practically located near the Cliniques universitaires Saint-Luc in  the
centre of Brussels.

Website: Ramada Brussels Woluwe

Plejadenlaan 67, Sint-Lambrechts-Woluwe / Woluwe-Saint-Lambert, 1200  Brussels
Tel: 0032 2 775 31 80

Le Roseau

Located a few steps from the hospital, « Le Roseau » accommodates your next-of-kins in a friendly environment. This guest house features 48 rooms and 9 flats, that is to say 130 beds. A staff member is on duty round the clock, seven days a week and a private phone links “Le Roseau” to the patients’ rooms.
Tel : 0032 2 764 20 50

Brussels, a multicultural chameleon

A multicultural city with a thousand faces, Brussels has surprises in store at every street corner. A majestic historic centre, a unique ambiance, a huge array of activities for both younger and older people, and moderate prices… the capital of Belgium and Europe holds all the trump cards!

Wireless Internet (WiFi) in Saint-Luc

Everywhere in St Luc you can get a free connection to Internet thanks to the Wifi system « Urbizone » piloted by the Brussels-Capital Region.

The hospital and the UCL university site nearby is covered by this network.

How to get connected?

The Wifi signal is automatically detected by your laptop or smartphone.

For the first connection a (free and immediate) enrolment is required. Then you will be able to get immediate access to Internet.

What is Urbizone?

(Read the press article)

Connect to the site Brussels Regional Informatics Centre piloted by the Brussels-Capital Region.

Important : St Luc Hospital offers a connection to the Urbizone public network . It declines all responsibility as to the Wifi functioning and cannot be held responsible for its possible dysfunction.