Lodging

An image of the Western Heights residence halls, with Hall-Archer-Pickard East in the foreground.

Western Heights residence halls

Attendees of the International Congress on Medieval Studies hosted by Western Michigan University have various lodging options.

  • On-campus housing for congress attendees is available in the co-educational Goldsworth Valley and Western Heights residence halls Wednesday through Sunday nights. Registration for on-campus housing is a part of the congress registration process.
  • Congress attendees may choose to stay off campus in local hotels, for which they make their own arrangements. The Radisson Plaza Hotel, the main off-campus site, as well as the Baymont Inn–West, Best Western PLUS Kalamazoo Suites, the Comfort Inn Downtown, the Courtyard by Marriott–Kalamazoo-Portage, the Fairfield Inn–West, Four Points by Sheraton–Kalamazoo, the Hampton Inn–Kalamazoo-Oshtemo, the Hampton Inn–Kalamazoo Airport, Henderson Castle, the Holiday Inn–West, Homewood Suites–Kalamazoo-Portage, Microtel Inn and Suites, the Red Roof Inn–West, Staybridge Suites and TownePlace Suites offer conference rates for congress attendees.