The former Abbey is built on 3 levels that surround the courtyard (Agora Marcel Jullian) and the cloister. Permanent and temporary expositions, a multimedia production space, restaurants, brasseries, interactive information, meeting rooms, conference rooms, press room and the reception area are some of the many functions of this space. Close to the main reception hall, the Lucien Wercollier cloister houses the works of this great sculpteur. These hallways, the contemporary garden, and the terrace offer intimate and serene places for receptions and strolls in a setting which is both pleasant and prestigious.
On the second floor are six rooms with a capacity of 20 to 70 persons and which are equipped with high-performance multimedia equipment. One of these rooms is also equipped for videoconferences.
On the third floor, two large halls with a capacity for 165 and 190 persons flank a wide foyer in which brunches may be served. These meeting rooms have projection and amplification equipment for an optimal organization of conferences.
Finally, a restaurant with a total seating capacity of 300 is installed under the roof, with a spectacular view over the glass canopy and on to the old city of Luxembourg. It can be devided into three separate restaurants with seating capacities of 30, 70 or 190. These restaurants are available for rental. The choice of the caterer is up to the customer. The rental cost, offered as a package, includes: the restaurant with fully-equipped kitchen, to which can be added, on request, the porcelain package which includes plates, cutlery and glasses.
- The Marcel Jullian Agora
- The Lucien Wercollier Cloister
- The garden
- The vaulted rooms
- The ambulatories
- The chapel
- The Edmond Dune Room
- The José Ensch Room
- The Nic Klecker space