Where will you be staying in London? Don’t wait until the last minute to make your travel and hotel arrangements.
When looking to book accommodation, you may find it useful to check the travel requirements between your choice of accommodation and Goldsmiths College, please see www.gold.ac.uk/find-us/trainlondonovergroundtube/
It is easy to get to Goldsmiths from central London and Greenwich. The campus has both underground and overground train services. Coming from central London by overground the university is only one or two stops to our stations of New Cross or New Cross Gate. To arrive at Goldsmiths from Greenwich you will need a short bus ride.
SUGGESTED HOTELS AND ACCOMMODATION
Loring Hall at Goldsmiths, University of London offers single rooms (includes bedding, hand towel, bath towel, complimentary pack, tea + coffees in kitchens) for £37.00 (incl. VAT) per night. The rooms are pre-booked for the whole conference from September 11 till September 15. Important: You have to use the special promotional code ENCATC12 to be able to book the room.To book your stay at Goldsmiths click here. To see what this accommodation looks like click here for a 360° view.
Imperial London Hotel chain has 6 hotels ranging from 45£ - 90£ per night. These hotels can be booked directly at www.imperialhotels.co.uk/
Premier Inn chain (in particular Tower Bridge and Greenwich) that can be booked directly at www.premierinn.com
Novotel London Greenwich is situated adjacent to Greenwich station, approximately 2 miles / 5 minutes train journey from the university. Double and twin rooms are available with en suite shower, bath, toilet and washbasin; all rooms are air conditioned and additional facilities include gym, 24 hour room service, bar and minibar. www.novotel.com/gb/hotel-3476-novotel-london-greenwich/index.shtml