The Library features a 14-person conference room on the main floor and two small study rooms on the lower level which are available for use by Library members. Library members may reserve these rooms for a two-hour period, subject to limitations and availability. Members are free to stay in the reserved space beyond the two-hour period if the space has not been reserved by another member.

Staff may be required to enter the conference room while it is reserved in order to retreive materials from the Library’s historical archive.

The conference room is not available for rent or for profit-generating activities where participants are required to pay a fee. The room is not intended for external organizational meetings, seminars, tutoring, or for use as an office space or classroom.

How to make a reservation

Reservations may be made by contacting the Member Services desk by phone at 01 53 59 12 60 or in person. Reservations must be approved by a Library staff member. All individuals using the reserved space must be Library members in good standing or purchase day or week passes for the Library. The name(s) and Library membership number(s) of the individuals reserving the space must be provided at the time of the reservation.

Reservation requests may be made up to seven days in advance. Requests will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis and must occur during normal Library operating hours. Cancellations should be received at least two days prior to the reservation date.

The size of the group may not exceed the maximum occupancy of 14 for the conference room or 4 for each of the small study rooms. The conference room may not be reserved for groups of fewer than 3 people.