Lodging

On-Campus Accommodations

Loyola University Chicago Dorms
Located directly across the street from Mundelein Center, where the conference will be held, Loyola's de Nobili Hall and San Francisco Hall are brand-new buildings, just opened in the fall of 2013. San Francisco is a LEED-certified building that also houses a greenhouse and a clean energy laboratory. On-campus food options will be available over the summer at Simpson Hall, located next to de Nobili, as well as the student union across campus. Rooms are available for single or double occupance for $65/night plus tax; one bath shared by two rooms.

Rooms are available for Woolf conference goers from 6/3 to 6/10/2014. To reserve a room on Loyola’s campus, click this link http://lodging.luc.edu. At the web site, click “Find Rooms,” choose the “Lake Shore” location, and enter “vwoolfconf” (lower case) in the promotion code box.

If you have trouble reserving a room, please call 312-915-6178 or email loyolalodging@luc.edu for assistance.

*Please note: parking is available on campus. See "Travel Information" for more details.

San Francisco Hall

San Francisco Hall

de Nobili Hall

de Nobili Hall

 

Off-Campus Accommodations

The Tremont Hotel
The Tremont HotelLocated in Chicago's Gold Coast neighborhood, just off the Magnificent Mile, the Tremont Chicago Hotel is in the bustling city-center and near many of Chicago's notable landmarks. The hotel is less than a block from the #147 Express Bus line. The bus ride will be about 25 minutes up Chicago's lovely Lakeshore Drive and drops off right in front of Mundelein Center, the conference site. The Tremont Hotel is conveniently located near the Newberry Library, the Museum of Contemporary Art, and the north end of Chicago's Magnificent Mile.

The Woolf Conference has reserved rooms at $169 plus tax per night; book by May 4 to receive this conference discount. Please reserve your room here!

 

Tremont Hotel room

 

Lang House
Cat's Cradle Bed & BreakfastLocated approximately a mile from Loyola University Chicago, and on a convenient bus line, Lang House is a restored, early twentieth-century home that offers five guest rooms, all with private bathrooms. The inn was recently featured on the annual Chicago Architecture tour, along with the adjacent Frank Lloyd Wright house. Rooms from $140-$190/night. See http://www.catscradlechicago.com/ for more information. Book before April 5 for a 5% early booking discount.



Flats at Loyola StationFlats at Loyola Station
The Flats at Loyola Station is run and managed by Loyola undergraduate students and offers an exceptional experience. Offering one- and two-bedroom accommodations, the Flats is conveniently located next to the university, near public transit for easy access to downtown, and between Chicago's Edgewater, Andersonville, and Roger's Park neighborhoods. One bedroom from $190/night; two bedrooms from $260/night. Let the person taking your reservation know you're with the conference, and receive a 10% discount on your reservation. See http://www.loyolaflats.com/# for more information.