Accommodation

Economical on-campus lodging is available through Western Bed and Breakfast, located in Elgin Hall, a five-minute walk from the conference venue. 
Economy Rate (continental breakfast and cleaning service NOT provided.) $49.50
Full Service Rate (continental breakfast and daily cleaning service provided) $62.00


Station Park All-Suite Hotel in downtown London has set aside a block of 20 rooms for conference registrants.

Room Rate: CDN $125 per suite per night + 13% HST
Two-room suites with living and bedroom
areas, three telephones, computer data port, workstation, coffee, fridge, microwave, hairdryer and iron/ironing board, downtown, 2km from Western. Includes deluxe continental breakfast, free local phone calls and free internet; choice of one King or two Double beds. Reference DOCAM12 when booking. Please reserve rooms for DOCAM12 before July 15, 2012.

Reservations:
The group booking is under DOCAM12; group block confirmation #345984.

Station Park All Suite Hotel

242 Pall Mall Street, London, Ontario, Canada N6A 5P6
Tel: 519-642-4444 Fax: 519-642-2551
Web: http://www.stationparkinn.ca

Parking:
For those staying at the Station Park All Suite Hotel, parking is available for $10 per day / car.

Taxi services and local buses: please visit the Travel page.

Map to Campus

Restaurants


Billy’s Smoked Meat Deli, 113 Dundas Street, 519-679-1970—deli and smoked meats, sandwiches, hot and cold. $-$$

ThaiFoon, 120 Dundas Street, 519-850-1222—excellent Thai food, served elegantly and with delicious curries and sauces, try Thai wine. $$-$$$

Blu Duby Remarkable Dining, 125 Dundas Street. Comfort food favourites with a sophisticated twist (Lobster tacos, Truffle Mac n' Cheese)

The Budapest, 338 Dundas Street, 519-439-3431—Over fifty years in London, a classic place for warm Hungarian hospitality and delicious dishes, $$-$$$

Zen Gardens, 344 Dundas Street, 519-433-6688—vegetarian fair, reasonable prices. $$

The Morrissey House, 359 Dundas Street—traditional Irish pub, funky menu. $-$$$


Trü Restaurant and Lounge, 45 King Street, 519-672-4333, funky, urban, chic menu. $$-$$$

Cello Supper Club, 99 King Street, 519-850-8000—lounge and bistro-like at the same time, funky atmosphere. $$-$$$

La Casa, 117 King Street, 519-434-2272—Italian trattoria. $$$

Abruzzi, 119 King Street, 519-675-9995—excellent southern Italian food, try homemade gnocchi, pastas and pizzas are thin, thin, thin, $$-$$$

Covent Garden Market, 130 King Street, 519-439-3921—variety of foods, moderately priced, downtown at Market Square. Excellent bureks. $-$$

Waldo’s on King, 130 King Street, 519-433-6161—great bistro food with contemporary flare. $$-$$$

The Only on King, 172 King Street, 519-936-2064—one of London’s hot spots for fine dining with contemporary twist, recommended by EnRoute Magazine. $$$

Massey’s Fine Indian Cuisine, 174 King Street, 519-672-2989—delicious Indian delicacies combined with chef’s own house specialties. $$-$$$

L’Auberge du Petit Prince, 458-460 King Street, 519-434-7124—traditional French bistro fare. $$-$$$


David’s Bistro, 432 Richmond Street, 519-667-0535—Classic French bistro cooking; great seafood and wines. $$-$$$

The Tasting Room, 483 Richmond Street, 519-438-6262—a variety of delicious dishes to choose form, designed as tasting-menu restaurant. $$-$$$


Kantina, 349 Talbot Street, 519-672-5862—features Serbian meat, vegetarian and seafood dishes. $$-$$$


 Chaucer’s Pub, 122 Carling Street, 519-679-9940—traditional pub fare, $-$$$

 Marienbad, 122 Carling Street, 519-679-9940—German and Eastern European food, including schnitzel and dumplings. $$-$$$


Blackfriars Bistro, 46 Blackfriars Street, 519-667-4930—fine dining, delicious creations. $$$