Bloomington Hotel Options for the 2012 Conference

The IU SAA-SC is looking forward to welcoming all of our out-of-town guests for the upcoming conference. There is no hotel with special rates for conference attendees; however, we’ve compiled a list of nearby hotels to help you plan your trip.

Biddle Hotel, Indiana Memorial Union
The Biddle Hotel is the closest hotel to campus – because it’s right in the middle of it! Located in the Indiana Memorial Union, the Biddle Hotel is a short walk away from the Herman B Wells Library. This hotel may be best for those who don’t wish to take public transportation or hire a taxi. The rest of the hotels listed are close, but not quite walkable.

Walnut Street Inn
For those craving to be right in the heart of downtown Bloomington, the Walnut Street Inn is in the city center, five blocks from the IU campus.

Comfort Inn
The Comfort Inn is about a mile away from the IU campus.

Courtyard by Marriott Hotel
The Courtyard is in downtown Bloomington, only a few minutes from the IU campus.

Days Inn
The Days Inn is an inexpensive hotel located 1.5 miles from the Wells library.

Motel 6
The Motel 6 is located near the Memorial Stadium, about 2 miles from the Wells library.

We hope this helps narrow down your choices. For more information about Bloomington hotels, check out the Visit Bloomington Hotel and Accommodations guide. We can’t wait to see you at the conference!



The Society of American Archivists Indiana University Student Chapter seeks to: *provide a forum to address issues in the archival profession in an informal and relaxed atmosphere. *facilitate a meeting place for students with interests in Archives, Special Collections, Manuscripts, or Personal Papers. *raise awareness about archives and their importance in the university and surrounding community.
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