Travel & Accommodations

Accommodations

The Graduate Hotel, located at 615 East Huron Street is within an easy walk (approximately 4 blocks) of the conference venue (Michigan League). A block of rooms has been reserved for the conference. 
To book with the Graduate Hotel, click here for their conference rates. 
Conference guests may also book reservations with the Graduate Hotel over the phone through the reservations department at 800-666-8693 or through the front desk at 734-769-2200. They will have to give the group name (Clostpath) to make the booking over the phone. The room block for the Graduate Hotel is now full

Additional rooms have been reserved at the Residence Inn Ann Arbor Downtown (Marriott). The Residence Inn is located at 120 Huron Street, approximately 9 blocks from the conference venue. To book with the Residence Inn click here for their conference rates. The room block for the Residence Inn Ann Arbor Downtown is now full

More hotel options in the Ann Arbor area may be found by going to the Ann Arbor Area Hotels & Accommodations site.

For conference participants interested in more economical lodgings, we have reserved a block of 70 rooms in the North Quadrangle Residential and Academic Complex. This dormitory setting is within a couple blocks of the Michigan League and very centrally located at 105 South State Street. 
Room rates are based on $58.50 per single occupancy room per night and includes linen. 
To make reservations with the North Quad Residential and Academic Complex click here.

 

Venue

Clostpath 10 will be convening in the Ballroom of the Michigan League, located at 911 North University Avenue at Fletcher Street, next to the Ingalls Mall. This historic building sits in the heart of the University of Michigan campus in Ann Arbor. Built in 1929 with the support of the University Alumnae Council, it was created originally as the campus center for womens’ activities. In 1930 the Regents assumed control of the League and it has evolved into a conference center and meeting space over the ensuing decades. In 1992 it became one of the University Unions.

The League contains a ballroom, meeting rooms, study spaces, the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, a café, and a hotel. 


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