d'Coque | Centre National Sportif et Culturel

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Updated April 14, 2020.

Facility Overview

Facility Name
d'Coque | Centre National Sportif et Culturel
2 Rue de Léon Hengen, Kirchberg
Luxembourg City L-1745
43 60 60 333

Adult Admission Price & Policy

€4.50; SC(60) €3.90. [November, 2018]
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Local Hotel(s)
Guests registered at the on-site Coque Hotel [tel. 43 60 60 1]: One pool admission per day Free. [November, 2018]
Note: Arrangements between hotels and pools change and we’re rarely notified when they do; if you’re considering making a reservation at a hotel based on the information in this listing, we recommend you contact the pool to make sure the deal is still an offer.

Full-Size, Year-Round Pools & Boards

Pool 1
50m x 25m, 10 lanes, 2m depth, indoors, 27°C (81°F)
Pool 2
50m x 15m, 6 lanes, 2m depth, indoors, 27°C (81°F)
Pool 3
25m x 10m, 4 lanes, 0.8m - 1.6m depth, indoors, 28°C (82°F)
Pool 4
17m x 16.5m, 15m depth diving pool, indoors, 27°C (81°F)
1m and 3m diving boards; 5m, 7.5m, and 10m platforms.


49.623249, 6.151326

Teams That Use This Facility

We have no web links or contact information for teams that train at this facility.

Facility Notes

Swim caps are required and are available for sale at the admission window. Men's swimming shorts (as opposed to briefs) are permitted. Lane swimming is reserved between noon and 2 PM, with fast and intermediate speed lanes, and a larger (four lane) general space.
Pool 2 is located in the basement and is reserved for clubs and teams.

Facility Reviews

The best swimming pool I know, very nice and clean. Facilities include sauna/Turkish bath, indoor/outdoor sunbathing (gardens). The are always a 'fast' and a 'medium' swimmer lane except during school time.
The pool is the best I have ever been to, excellent hot showers, two pools plus a diving pool and even a 'beach' for UV tanning. Parking is free for three hours, then you have to pay.
[May, 2013]
This is a very nice facility. Everyone speaks English. It’s a little complicated for those unfamiliar to get in, navigate the locker rooms, etc. The pool is fantastic, but it's a challenge to swim laps if you're not in one of the speed-designated areas. Though it is possible to swim without collisions, you must stay alert. Later evening is less crowded.
[April, 2013]
Remarkably clean, nice facility. The card system (also for the lockers) is very convenient (don't forget which one you used tho'). The price is very reasonable for an Olympic size pool. It's the best pool I've ever been to.
[May, 2013]
This facility is awesome - probably the best I have swum at.
It's worth mentioning that annual memberships are available; and there's also a Coque card that can be recharged and offers discounts that increase with the amount loaded onto them - from 5% to 15% on amounts starting at €100. Members and cardholders also get extended hours of opening compared to general public. And credits on the Coque card can be used at other facilities at the venue.
[March, 2014]
A truly great resource and, if you're travelling to Luxembourg on business and just want to fly in, have your swim, sleep, do your business and fly out, there's a 36-room hotel in the basement which is far cheaper than the city, gives easy access to the pool, and makes you feel like an Olympic athlete.
[April, 2014]
Parking is free for up to three hours. Take a ticket when you enter the parking lot and have it validated just before you give up your electronic wrist chip at the exit or at the security area. Lockers use a wrist-chip key; press the chip against round button on the locker, when you hear it click, it's locked; hold the chip buy the round button until it clicks to unlock.
[February, 2015]
This world-class, sparkling clean facility is a swimmer’s paradise. On the Monday I visited, the pool was in 50 meter configuration between noon and 2 PM. Four lanes were set up and labeled according to speed (in French); one lane was designated specifically for patrons using fins or snorkels. At 2 PM sharp, the lifeguards flipped the configuration to 25 meters; about a third of the pool was reserved for swim school and the rest was open swim without lane lines. Plenty of kickboards, buoys, and fins were available for use. The modern, clean changing rooms offered wall-mounted, adjustable height hair dryers and a swimsuit dryer. In addition to swim caps, swimmers can purchase clear or dark-tinted Speedo goggles at the front desk for 12€.
[November, 2018]