Most of the participants of the Fourth Conference on Function Spaces at SIUE will stay in the newest student Residence Halls: Bluff Hall. It is located near the center of the SIUE campus, West of the Circle Drive in an easy walking distance from the lecture hall.

The Residence Hall consists of 125 units. Each unit is set up in a suite-style formation with two bedrooms and a common bath; each bedroom has two twin beds. The cost is $25/person/night if two people share a bedroom (that is 4 occupants per unit) and $35/person/night with one person per bedroom (2 occupants per unit).

There are also several hotels in the area; however, since the SIUE campus is located at the center of a 2660 acre wooded area, no hotel is within walking distance. Comfort Inn (3080 S. SR 157 Edwardsville, IL 62025; tel.: (618) 656-4900) is the closest one and is located at the intersection of HWY 157 and Interstate 270, approximately 2.5 miles from the center of the campus. There is no restaurant within a walking distance from the hotel.

There are also several hotels and restaurants in Collinsville, at the intersection of HWY 157 and Interstate 55, approximately 10 miles from the Campus.

If you wish to stay in a Residence Hall on the Campus please make a reservation with  K. Jarosz by submitting an electronic registration form or writing to:

Please indicate whether you wish to share a bedroom.

It will be possible to pay for the accommodations after your arrival, however it will be much simpler for the organizer if you send your check in advance. If you need to cancel your reservation before your arrival, your payment will be returned in full. The check should be made payable to the Math. Dept. at SIUE.

If you wish to stay in one of the local hotels please make a reservation directly with the hotel. You may want to click here for a list of the hotels/motels in the area (from Yahoo).


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Last update: June 23, 2001
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