New address: 24 Farnsworth Street, Boston, MA 02210-1409.
The General Assembly (GA) hotel reservation site has closed. Please call the hotels directly to modify or cancel an existing reservation.
Dorm reservations are no longer being accepted. To modify or cancel an existing reservation through June 20, please contact Susan Gosz at susang @ meetingservicesplus.com. Requests for additional room nights will be accommodated if space is available. Room night reductions are non-refundable (no exceptions). Room cancelations are non-refundable (no exceptions).
Should you have any questions regarding your existing dorm reservation, please feel free to contact the UUA Housing Department at housingreg @ meetingservicesplus.com.
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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.).
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.
By using the General Assembly 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.
The Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) strives to live out our values in all aspects of our work, and this is especially true of General Assembly, the largest annual gathering of Unitarian Universalists. Because the UUA supports fair wages and labor practices for hospitality industry workers, we have terminated two hotel contracts that were originally part of the GA housing block. The terminations were without financial penalty to the UUA, due to labor-specific language in our contracts. Together these two hotels, the Renaissance and the Providence Hilton, represent a significant loss to the room nights inventory we had planned for GA.
More about the current labor issues in Providence hotels.
For more information contact gahousing @ uua.org.
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Last updated on Tuesday, June 10, 2014.
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