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Alternate Accommodations for the Conference

Posted on behalf of Aurelie Barbe. (She’s one of our logistics coordinators.)

#PSEWEB 2016 is taking place at the Delta St. John’s Hotel & Conference Centre, where many of the conference attendees will be staying. At this time, the rooms in the hotel that were blocked for the conference are sold out, so here are a few options for those of you who have yet to book accommodations.

For those of you who prefer to stay at a hotel, rooms are available for you at the JAG Boutique Hotel, which is within walking distance of the conference:

JAG Boutique Hotel

Located minutes away from the Delta Hotel

115 George St W
St. John’s, NL A1C 0B7

Price: $189 / night

Free WIFI is included in the room rates. Free coffee is also included in the rooms.

More information on amenities and services is available on the website.

You can book a room directly on the website.

Memorial University Residence

10 minute drive from the conference

Macpherson College
40 Livyers Loop
St. John’s, NL A1B 3P7

Price: $75 – $150 / night

Free WIFI is included in the room rates. See all amenities on the website.

You can book a room directly on the website.

Airbnb

If you are looking for cheaper alternatives and a homier feel, consider checking out Airbnb. Many options are available in Downtown St. John’s (some are even in those lovely multicoloured houses you see in the ads!), starting at $26 per night, and can often accommodate you if you are bringing a few members of your team to the conference!

More Information

You can also find an exhaustive list of available hotels, bed & breakfasts, inns and hostels on the Newfoundland Labrador Tourism website.

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