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2015 Jelinek Summer Workshop:
Participant Information -- Accommodations

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Attendees whose expenses are paid in part or in full by JHU or Charles University will stay in one of the following accommodations. Upon arrival, please get settled at your appropriate accommodation.

Senior Members
All Senior Members need to send Lindsay Appesland ( their hotel choice (or let her know if you are making your own arrangements) and arrival and departure dates (Check-in & Check-out dates) no later than May 8, 2015.

Hampton Inn & Suites- Queen Anne ( review Here)
View the room layout.

Transportation: You would need to walk .5 miles to catch the free UW Shuttle Bus, then walk from the Health Sciences Building to the EE Building- .5 miles. (See HERE)

Guest rooms include:

Silver Cloud Inn ( review Here)
Seattle - University District
5036 25th Avenue NE
Seattle, WA 98105

Transportation: Complimentary van shuttles to campus

Hotel amenities:

Guest room accommodations:

Students (both Graduate & Undergrad)
Students (both Graduate & Undergrad) will stay in the Lander Hall dorm.  Accommodations are in double rooms, but students will not have a roommate.

Transportation to your dorm, is your responsibility. Detailed information for getting to the U-District and the University of Washington from Sea-Tac airport is on the EE Contact Us page.

Lander Hall, Room 848
1201 NE Campus Parkway
Seattle, WA  98105

Check in after 2 pm
Check out by 11 am

Guest Information Sheet
Please refer to this sheet for additional information concerning your stay: Guest Information

What to Bring
Guests are advised to bring:

Seattle weather is generally mild, with temperatures averaging 70–80°F. Heat waves do occur periodically, and campus buildings, including the residence halls, are not air-conditioned. Be prepared for cooler evenings and occasional rain showers. For those who prefer to bring their own linen and towels, choosing a color other than white or beige helps housekeeping to identify personal items. The UW is a pedestrian campus; bring comfortable shoes and be prepared to walk.


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