Accommodations

Graduate Students

NOTE: All available spaces have now been taken.

Some of the graduate students from the Philosophy Department have agreed to host other graduate students visiting for the conference. With only a limited number of spaces available, these will be on a first-come, first-serve basis. If you do not mind sleeping on a sofa, a futon, or in someone’s guest room, then please contact Charles Todd at cntodd@uchicago.edu.

Hyde Park

The conference will be held on the University of Chicago campus, located in the Hyde Park neighborhood on the south side of Chicago.  The following is a list of hotel options available in the Hyde Park area, just minutes from the conference location:

Wooded Isle Suites: A fine place of lodging, within walking distance of the University. $120+.

Ramada Inn Lake Shore, 4900 S. Lake Shore Drive. A long walk or short cab or bus ride gets you from the Ramada to campus.

Kimbark Bed & Breakfast, 4837 S. Kimbark Ave. 773-548-5274

International House, 1414 E. 59th Street (University of Chicago campus). Budget-minded travelers, those who want to be right in the middle of the action, or those who want the opportunity to mingle with a cross-section of Chicago’s graduate student body will appreciate the convenience and culture of I-House, as it’s colloquially known. Rooms go for $50 and up, starting with single rooms with shared bathrooms ranging to suites. To make a reservation at the I-House, click here.  When filling out your online request form, please state in the comments section that you are participating in the Department of Philosophy Conference.

McCormick Seminary guest housing (scroll to bottom of the page): Mostly private rooms with shared bathrooms, kitchens, and common areas that are available for short-term guests. The cost for a guest room is $50 per night per person; $90 per couple/shared. Please click here to download a Word document with more information.

Downtown

Downtown Chicago is easily reached by a 15-minute train ride from both the International House and the Ramada Inn, if you would like to visit the city.

If you are interested in staying in downtown Chicago, there are countless hotels in the area.  Please note that, due to the large number of events that take place at the University of Chicago and in the city, accommodation space may be limited, so plan to secure your lodging early.

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