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Housing Reservations

Society for Developmental Biology 73rd Annual Meeting
University of Washington, Seattle, WA, July 17-21, 2014

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Campus housing will be available at the University of Washington in both traditional high-rise residence halls on North Campus and new residence halls on West Campus. All rooms may be used for single or double occupancy and have internet access (Ethernet cord required on North Campus).

Campus Map available here.

Traditional: Shared, single-gender bathrooms, common lounges on each floor. McMahon Hall  4000 15th Avenue NE, Seattle, WA 98195-4450 T: (206) 543-7107

 

New: In-room bathrooms, study areas and common lounges on each floor. Lander Hall 1201 NE Campus Parkyway, Seattle, WA 98105 T: (206) 543-0235

Rates

 

Single occupancy

Double occupancy

Traditional high-rise (shared bath)

$65.00 pp per night

$40.50 pp per night

New halls  (private bath)

$85.00 pp per night

$50.00 pp per night

Reservation fee

$20.00 per reservation

$20.00 per reservation

Tax on reservation fee

9.5%

9.5%

The above rates apply to guests checking in as early as July 16 and checking out by July 21 (or anytime in between).  Participants who wish to check in on July 15 or check out on July 22 will pay an additional $10 for that night.  This surcharge applies to both single and double occupancy rooms in either residence hall.

The annual meeting program begins the afternoon of Thursday, July 17 and ends with the closing awards banquet the evening of Sunday, July 20.  Satellite sessions begin the morning of Thursday, July 17 and the Boot Camp for New Faculty begins the morning of Wednesday, July 16.

Reservations
Campus housing is still available.  Housing reservations are made online, directly with UW Conference Services here

Suggested Things to Bring
Guests are advised to bring an alarm clock, lounge wear (appropriate for common living areas), shower slippers and an umbrella and/or raincoat. Seattle Weather is generally mild, with temperatures averaging 70-80 F. Heat waves do occur periodically and campus building, including the residence halls, are not air-conditioned. Be prepared for cooler evenings and occasional rain showers. For those who prefer to bring their own linens and towels, choose a color other than white- this will help identify personal items. The University of Washington is a pedestrian campus; bring comfortable shoes and be prepared to walk.  

Conference Desk Contact Information:

Lander Desk: Open 24 hours (206-543-0235)

McMahon Desk: Open 24 hours (206-543-7107)

 

Last Updated on 09/29/2014