Do you wish to visit one of our inpatients? Please find below all the information you need about visits to the Clinique Cecil.

Visits restriction

Masks must be worn in the clinics, even by those who have been vaccinated. Masks are available at all reception points in the clinic.

If a patient is admitted and needs to be accompanied, he/she can only do so with one person.

For hospitalized patients, visits are authorized from 1:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., at the rate of two people per day and per patient, without the possibility of meals or snacks in the room.

Our restaurant is open from 9:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. every day, with the current protective measures of the OFSP.

Visiting  hours It is possible to visit most patients every day between 09:00 and 21:30. Outside these times, only close family may visit patients. For security reasons, you must check in at reception. If you have any questions, please ask at reception.
Grand salon Located on the ground floor of the hospital, the grand salon is open from 07:30 to 20:30 Monday to Friday and 09:00 to 19:30 on Saturday, Sundays and holidays. It offers a full range of food options and a wide choice of drinks, as well as magazines, newspapers and gifts. It has a Wi-Fi connection, which you can also find throughout the hospital.
  • Visitors can eat in the room with the patient at lunch and dinner times. At lunchtime, they are welcome to share a meal in the grand salon.  
  • Our chef, Carlo Crisci, offers a different seasonal menu every day.
  • If you wish to have a meal, please order at reception the night before. If you would like to have a meal in a two-bed room, please check with the nursing staff first.
Garden and terrace You can enjoy a walk in the hospital garden at any time or take a break on the terrace during the warmer months.
Parking Visitor parking at the Clinique Cecil is subject to a parking fee. Montbenon car park is located a few minutes away from the hospital.
Please Note
  • Visits to outpatients and patients in intensive care are not permitted.
  • For reasons of hygiene, only cut flowers are allowed.
  • Visits to the recovery room are not allowed. 
    If you wish to visit a patient in the continuing care unit, please ask at reception. Only close relatives, with the exception of young children, are permitted in this unit.
Clinique Cecil
Avenue Ruchonnet 53
1003 Lausanne
F +41 310 50 01