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CBHL 2016 Annual Meeting: People, Places and Pages: Conference hotel & lodging options

May 24-28, 2016

Conference hotel & lodging options


1. Courtyard Marriott at University Circle,

  • Room rate is $145+tax
  • Last day or cut off day for this rate is: April 22, 2016
  • Valet parking at $10.00 per day which is a 50% discount for us, Starbucks, Business Center, High-Speed Wireless Internet
  • A few blocks away from Glidden House and the Cleveland Botanic Garden in more city like atmosphere, close to “Little Italy” Cleveland style
  • 7 minute walk from Red Line RTA station
  • 10 minute walk to Cleveland Botanical Garden
  • Has gym and swimming pool
  • Rooms have mini-fridges
  • No Airport to Hotel shuttle
  • Booking link: Book your group rate for Council on Botanical and Horticultural Libraries

2.  Glidden House,

  • Room rate is 149.00 + tax
  • Last day or cut off day for this rate is : April 22, 2016
  • Complimentary Parking, European-Style Buffet Breakfast, High-Speed Wireless Internet Access, and Local Phone Calls
  • Almost directly across from Cleveland Botanic Garden in tree-lined neighborhood
  • 12 minute walk from Red Line RTA station
  • Rooms do not have mini-fridges
  • Booking a room: Contact directly: Main Desk, phone:(216) 231-8900 or Laura Brdar, Front Desk Manager, 215-658-9104,

3.  Case Western Reserve University Housing on a lovely campus,

  • Single with kitchen option $31.50 a night
  • The Village at 115 option  $57.00 a night
  • Each option includes a residential participation linen charge :
  • The Village at 115 offers a wide range of modern amenities for groups that need accommodations between mid-May and early August. Apartment-style suites include plasma TVs in each lounge and wireless internet access also is available. Rooms in the village offer double beds and air conditioning, and each unit includes full kitchen accommodations, private bath, and shower.
  • Our traditional residence halls provide basic amenities, plus our guests enjoy the convenience and low-cost option. Single rooms are comfortably outfitted with beds, dressers, desks, and chairs, as well as linens, blankets, towels, hangers, and soap. The North Residential Village facilities are located one-and-a-half blocks north of Euclid Avenue, a main thoroughfare in Cleveland. Each floor in a north campus traditional residence hall offers a comfortable study or TV lounge.
  • Parking permits are available for $22.00

Gary Esmond, Librarian, CBG

Gary Esmond, Librarian, CBG

Gary Esmonde
Librarian - Eleanor Squire Library