In town for a visit? Need a clean, economical, place to stay? We have the answer!Memorial University offers traditional dormitory style accommodations for visitors and conference groups from May to August. There are two residence areas, Paton College, a complex of nine residences with single and twin rooms and a shared washroom on each wing and Burton's Pond, accommodations with four single rooms, washroom and fridge/stove in each unit. If you're looking for clean, no frills accommodations, at reasonable rates in the centre of St. John's we can help.
We open for business on May 18, 2009. No early arrivals will be accepted.
2009 Room Rates:
|Seniors (60+)/MUN Alumni||$25.00||$39.00|
|Student long term - longer than 30 days||$15.00||$24.00|
To Book A Room:You may contact the conference office, or fill out the casual accommodations form and fax or mail it to us. (See contact information)
2009 Meal Rates:(see Food & Beverages)
While staying with us why not check out the little extras!A world filled with culture and adventure awaits you...The campus and the city offer events all year long, whether you enjoy hiking trails or watching movies. Take a break and explore the possibilities!
Memorial University CampusDiscover everything Memorial has to offer. Take a guided tour of the campus. Relax and have a drink at the Breezeway Bar, located right on campus in the Smallwood centre which also houses a food court. Grab your gym shoes and bathing suit and enjoy working out in Memorial's latest facility, the Works. The Works includes the Field House and the Aquarena The Field House houses an indoor track and aerobics room. The Aquarena, another fitness facility is located directly across the street from the Field House and is accessible through a skywalk. Take advantage of the Aquarena's pool facilities and weight training room.
The City of St. John'sSt. John's has a population over 100,000 and is the capital of Newfoundland and Labrador. It is the most easterly port and oldest city in North America. But do not let its age fool you, it is also the site of many world class facilities including an international centre in marine science and technology, and is also an active centre for investment and business activity in offshore oil development. The rich history and culture and affinity for "small town" quality of life make the city a pleasure in which to live, work and play. A mosaic of fishing villages, cultural festivals and wildlife tours bring variety to the city. St. John's boasts sports clubs and recreation facilities as well as the only public fluvarium in North America. Take a break, go whale and iceberg watching, browse the shops on Water Street, visit the Newfoundland Museum, watch the sunrise on Cape Spear. The options are endless!