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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.

The UUA Board of Trustees has passed a resolution to make the 2020 General Assembly a 100% virtual event. This decision alleviates the anxiety and concern shared by many about how GA might proceed given the impact of COVID-19. It also gives the Association time to plan a more robust and rewarding virtual experience.

If you made a reservation through the GA Housing Reservation System at one of the following hotels:

  • Marriott Courtyard
  • Graduate Providence
  • Hilton Providence
  • Homewood Suites
  • Hotel Providence
  • Omni Providence
  • Providence Marriott
  • Renaissance Providence

your reservation will be automatically cancelled and a notice of cancellation will be sent to the email on file. Reservations will not be transmitted to the individual hotels and the cards used to hold the reservations will not be charged.

If you have a dorm room reservation at Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) or Johnson & Wales University (JWU), your dorm room reservation will be cancelled, and the prepaid amount will be refunded to the credit card on file without penalty. 

If you have a hotel reservation made outside the GA Housing Reservation System, you must contact the hotel directly to cancel.​