Housing, Hospitality and Travel for Portland
General Assembly Housing Reservation System
By using the General Assembly (GA) Housing Reservation System, attendees earn meeting space for the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) at the hotels and the convention center. Additionally, the UUA is able to negotiate on behalf of our block of attendees for sustainability and accessibilities requirements. We are also able to assist attendees booking rooms within our block with housing issues they may encounter during General Assembly.
Demand for housing in Portland has been strong. As of March 10, all dormitory rooms at Portland State have been sold out.
We are working with a number of Portland properties to finalize contracts for additional hotel rooms. Additional rooms will be released into our available housing block inventory on Wednesday, March 18 at 1:00pm EDT. You may also continue to check the housing reservation system below as rooms do occasionally become available due to cancelations and changes. We appreciate your patience and look forward to a large and successful gathering in Portland.
Reserve Housing (hotel and dormitory rooms)
- UUA contracted rates are guaranteed through May 15th; after this date, rooms will be released to the public and rates become subject to change.
- All 2015 UUA General Assembly attendees will receive a complimentary TriMet pass. The TriMet pass is valid on Max Light Rail trains, busses and streetcars in the city of Portland over the conference dates (through Monday, 6/29).
In addition to the hotels in the UUA's housing block, a limited number of dormitory rooms at Portland State University will be available as a 5 night package for $395 per room (two guest maximum per room).
UUs from congregations in the Portland metropolitan area are serving as host families for Home Hospitality (B&B style accomodations with local residents). The cost is $65 per night for individuals and $75 per night for couples. Proceeds will be donated to the hosting congregation. Home Hospitality Guest Application.
The UUA-GA email list is a non-official electronic bulletin board for members of the GA community (for UUs to share GA-related information, questions and discussion, as well as look for roommates, rides etc.).
Reserving Accessible Housing
Those in need of accessible hotel accommodations make reservations using the same housing reservations system as all other GA attendees. Read Instructions for Reserving an ADA Room.
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