While we regret that we are unable to offer any funding for travel to conference participants, we do anticipate a limited number of rooms will be available for participants who are interested in staying with Northeastern faculty and graduate students. These rooms are, of course, free of charge. If you are interested, please email the conference organizers by MARCH 1 to discuss arrangements.

For those interested in hotels:

Northeastern University recommends the following hotels where we have negotiated rates and close proximity to their facilities. Please note, however, that discounted rates are based upon availability, time of year, and are subject to black-out dates. To make reservations, call the hotel directly and be sure to mention Northeastern University.

Back Bay Hilton
40 Dalton Street, Boston

Best Western Boston/Children’s Inn at Longwood
342 Longwood Avenue, Boston

Colonnade Hotel
120 Huntington Avenue, Boston

The Copley Square Hotel
120 Huntington Avenue, Boston
617.536.0041 or 800.899.0564

The Fairmount Copley Plaza
138 St. James Avenue, Boston

Hampton Inn & Suites/Boston Crosstown Center
811 Massachusetts Avenue

Jury’s Boston Hotel
350 Stuart Street, Boston

The Lenox Hotel
710 Boylston Street, Boston
617.536.0041 or 800.899.0564

In addition to the hotels listed above, there are many fine hotel options in Boston, and rates vary widely. These include: the Boston Harbor Hotel, Boston Marriott Copley Place, Boston Marriott Long Wharf, Boston Omni Parker House, Boston Park Plaza Hotel, Boston Wyndham Downtown, Doubletree Guest Suites Boston, the Four Seasons, Holiday Inn, Hyatt Regency, The Langham Hotel, Millennium Bostonian Hotel, Radisson Hotel, Ritz-Carlton, Seaport Hotel, Sheraton Boston, and the Westin Copley Place.

While we do not offer negotiated rates at the following,  it has been suggested that The Midtwon Hotel may offer a budget-friendly option as well:

The Midtown Hotel
220 Huntington Ave
Boston, MA 02115