Accommodation


  • Les Prince Hall (image on the right) and Hedden hall (McMaster campus)

    Built in 2006, Les Prince Hall provides modern suite-style (room + bathroom) accommodations overlooking the McMaster campus and scenic Dundas Valley.

    Participants planning on staying at Les Prince Hall and Hedden Hall are asked to register online

    Please contact Wendy Read at readwen [at] mcmaster.ca or Dianne Carment at carmentd [at] univmail.cis.mcmaster.ca with any questions.

    Reserved rooms for the conference:

    Les Prince Hall: 79 singles, and 113 doubles
    Hedden hall: 76 singles, and 102 doubles

  • Visitor's Inn

    The Visitor's Inn is located at 649 Main St. West, a three minute drive from the McMaster campus. It offers pleasant accommodations, an in-house restaurant and several amenities.

    Booking information: 25 non-smoking rooms have been reserved for the conference for June 10 to June 15 2012. The special rate is $97 per night for one adult person. Each additional adult is $10 extra. The group confirmation number is 142890, and deadline for reservation is may 10, 2012. Please make reservation by calling (905) 529-6979, or toll free 1-800-387-4620.


Location

Origins Institute
McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

The Origins Insitute is located at McMaster University, nestled next to the Royal Botanical Garden in the pleasant western part of the city of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. The campus is a 45 minute drive from Pearson International Airport in Toronto. The campus features a garden-like atmosphere that maintains its beauty throughout the year.
Campus Map
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Conference talks will be held in Michael DeGroote Centre for Learning & Discovery (MDCL) Rm 1305/07

Map of Hamilton