Facilities include shops, restaurants, information centres, entertainment, banks and spiritual care.
View a map of Guy's (PDF 128Kb).
Food and cafés
There are also vending machines throughout the hospital that have drinks and snacks.
AMT worked with our dietitians to create a menu for you which boasts fresh sandwiches, soups, sushi and a range of hot and cold drinks.
- location: outside Guy's main entrance (by the car park) and in the reception area by Tower Wing
- open: Monday-Friday: 6.30am-7pm, Saturday-Sunday: 8am-3pm.
See the accessibility guides for AMT Coffee outside the main entrance (by the car park) and AMT Coffee in the reception area by Tower Wing.
Sainsbury's offers a convenience store and Lloyd's pharmacy.
- location: Great Maze Pond, just round the corner from the main entrance
- open: Monday-Sunday, 7am-11pm.
Sakar - newsagent and mini-supermarket
Newsagents, with stationery, and a mini-supermarket selling food items and fresh food such as sandwiches and fruit.
- location: main ground floor corridor
- open: Monday - Friday: 7.30am-3.30pm, Saturday: 7am-6pm, Sunday: 8am-3pm.
See the accessibility guide for Sakar.
Toms @ Guy’s café
Serving hot and cold drinks, fresh dishes and ready made snacks.
- location: Bermondsey Wing, Atrium 2 (Ground Floor)
- open: Monday-Friday: 8.30am-3pm.
MediCinema – a free cinema for patients and their guests, see the MediCinema page for more information.
Concerts and performing arts – free musical events, drama and poetry take place weekly at various venues within the hospital. For more information see our events section.
Mini museum – the Guy's and St Thomas' Charity's mini museum at Guy's Hospital resurrects and celebrates its chequered and innovative past with exhibits, photos and paintings.
Find out more at the Guy's and St Thomas' Charity website.
The chapel at Guy’s is off the consultant's car park on St Thomas Street.
The department of spiritual care (chaplaincy) supports people of all faiths, as well as people who do not have a particular religious belief, but who would like someone to talk to. For more information email email@example.com.
Free WiFi access is available for patients and visitors.
Connect using the WiFiSPARK network. All new users should register before connecting for the first time.
Please note that some internet content will be automatically blocked. WiFi should not be used for viewing TV programmes or making phone calls.
WiFiSPARK are a leading supplier in the wireless internet market.
For more information please visit www.wifispark.com or call 0344 848 9555 for technical help.