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Accommodation – University of Reading

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  • European Real Estate Society

    Annual Conference 2018

Accommodation

On Campus

The conference will be held on the University of Reading's Whiteknights campus and we are able to offer some rooms in student Halls of Residence and the Cedars Hotel all of which are in close proximity to the main conference venues.

The student rooms will be in Stenton Hall (or equivalent). Stenton Hall opened in 2010, it features 402 bright, modern premium en-suite rooms. Flats of 8 or 10 share a kitchen/diner with plenty of space. These rooms are £61 per night and must be booked at time of registration.  http://bit.ly/StentonHall 

The Cedars Hotel offers bed and breakfast accommodation on the University of Reading's Whiteknights campus. These rooms are £76.95 per night and must be booked at time of registration.  http://bit.ly/CedarsHotel 

In Reading

We have a number of recommended hotels which will be offering special deals for conference attendees.

The Crowne Plaza will be offering a 15% discount.

  • Email Robbie Lett, Reservations Supervisor, reservations@cp-reading.co.uk  or call +44(0)118 925 9929. In order to obtain discounted rate you must quote 'HBS' when booking.

Hotel Novotel Reading Centre will offer rooms at the following discounted prices: Tuesday 26th June - £139; Wednesday 27th June - £139; Thursday 28th June - £139 and Friday 29th June  - £89.

  • Email Camille Decours, Reservations Team Leader H5432-RE@accor.com or call +44(0)1189 522 652 for further information.

The Penta Hotel will be offering a discounted price of £131per night for single rooms and £146 per night for double rooms.

 

A map showing the conference venues and the accommodation listed above, plus some additional hotel options, is available here:

http://bit.ly/ERESmap

 

 

 

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