Berkeley Lodging

To plan your travel: The conference sign-in will start at 7 AM, Friday, February 14, with presentations from 9 AM - 5:30 PM. February 15, Saturday, 9 AM to 4:30 PM. Both days include on-site lunch.

A note about cars: Street parking near the conference hall is difficult and restricted to two hours on weekdays. Conference parking is limited and expensive. We recommend that you walk from your hotel, and if that's too far, use a ride-share to the conference. You're free to use your car, of course, but as at most universities you'll be competing with many others for parking space. 

Our recommended hotels are below. Many AirBNBs are also available in the area.

Hotel Shattuck Plaza in downtown Berkeley, a pleasant cross-campus 30-minute walk to the conference center, or 10 minutes by ride-share. The conference has a discount arrangement with this hotel, please use the link above to receive the discount.

10- to 15-minute walk from the conference:

Graduate Hotel 15% discount, please use the link to receive the discount (the code NCCMAID2020 should already be entered, but if not, that is the code).

Bancroft Hotel (pictured above)

Claremont Hotel and Spa Very lovely, and reasonably priced. No discount.

15- to 20-minute walk to the conference:
Rose Garden Inn (charming bed & breakfast)

20- to 30-minute walk to the conference center:
Berkeley City Club An elegant architectural (Julia Morgan) landmark

Less expensive, Downtown Berkeley, about a 30-minute walk to the conference (10 minutes by ride-share):
Nash Hotel

Downtown Berkeley Inn

On the waterfront, too far to walk, about a 15-minute ride:
Doubletree Inn Berkeley Marina