NWAV 46 Travel & Accommodations
Travel to Madison by plane or bus and more bus, but really you need to travel here by bike or bike while you are here.

Accommodations in Madison

Crash space information will be available soon. For now, if you are a student and interested in securing crash space, please contact David Natvig via the conference email nwav46@english.wisc.edu. Please begin the subject line with the phrase “Crash Space:”.

Hotels are arranged by distance to the venue.

  1. Hampton Inn & Suites (0.8 miles, towards downtown)

    440 West Johnson Street
    Madison, WI 53703
    608-255-0360GROUP: NWAV ConferenceStandard Mix 20 rooms $129 (plus tax, single to quadruple occupancy)Call 608-255-0360 and mention “NWAV Conference”

    Block held until 10/01/17

  2. Double Tree (0.8 miles, towards downtown)

    525 West Johnson Street
    Madison, WI 53703
    608-251-5511Single/Double $149 (plus tax)www.doubletreemadison.com use group code NWA
    call direct 608-251-5511 mention group code NWA
    800-222-TREE mention group code NWABlock held until 10/2/17
  3. Best Western Plus- InnTowner Madison (1.1 miles, away from downtown)

    2424 University Avenue
    Madison, WI 53726
    608-233-8778GROUP CODE: NWAVSingle/Double 90 rooms $129.99 (plus tax, $10 each for triple, quad occupancy)Call 608-233-8778 and mention “NWAV” or
    www.InnTowner.com/reservations and use group code NWAV

    Block held until 10/12/2017

  4. Park Hotel (1.3 miles, on the square downtown)

    22 S Carroll Street
    Madison, WI 53703
    608-285-8000Total of 75 rooms with a choice among
    Standard (1-4 people) $159 (plus tax) one or two beds
    Deluxe (1-4 people) $169 (plus tax) one or two beds
    Suite $199 (plus tax)Call 608-285-8000 and mention “NWAV Block”Block held until 10/01/17

Of course, you can stay anywhere you like, there are many other places to stay and ways of staying in Madison.


NWAV46 ● PROGRESS ● November 2-5 ● Madison, Wisconsin
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