A total of 25 rooms have been held at the Alpine Lodge (at a discounted rate of $149 per night for a single/double; 5 km from campus and 1 km from the airport). The hotel offers a free airport shuttle. Breakfast is included. Free wireless internet.
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The rooms are blocked for IGS participants until 1 June. Thereafter rooms are released and may be quickly booked out as the end of June is the main tourist season. Also the special IGS rate may no longer apply.
To receive the contracted rate you need to make room reservations individually directly with the hotel (ph: 1-800-455-8851). Ask for the group code "GI624" or "G.I. UAF Glacier & Ice Sheets" .
The hotels offers the same room rate for extra days, i.e. IGS participants who wish to stay a few days longer or come earlier.
We will provide free shuttle service to campus in the morning and back to the hotel after sessions and the evening program.
Note that there are basically no hotels in Fairbanks in walking distance to campus and there is almost no public transportation. If the Alpine Lodge is booked out please consider campus accommodation which is within walking distance of all events, or consider renting a car.
Blocks of rooms have been reserved in the dormitories on campus roughly 200 m from the meeting venue. There are various options:
- single room (dormitory) $59
- double room (dormitory) $73 per room
- relatively spacious 2-bedroom apartments including 2 bedrooms (with 2 beds each), living room, full kitchen (good for up to 4 persons) $155 per night.
Note that a kitchen but no breakfast is available in the dormitories.
Please book campus accommodation directly with UAF Conference Services, ph 907-474-6769; email@example.com, or online http://www.uaf.edu/guesthousing/reservations/
and indicate that you are a participant of the IGS conference.
For further information see http://www.uaf.edu/guesthousing/guest-housing-options/
All rooms/apartments have a telephone and access to free internet. For the dormitory option (i.e. not the apartment) about 5 toilets and 3 showers are available on each floor (for around 15 people), and a common kitchen and a PC room (with computers and internet access) are available on the ground floor. Access to laundry machine and dryer is also available free of charge. Campus is located on a small hill and if you are lucky you will have a spectacular view to the Alaska Range from your dormitory room (Ask for a south facing room).
Note that end of June is main tourist season and (other) hotels may be booked out quickly.
Food on campus
Food is available in the Wood Center (where sessions are held). There is "The Grill" (burgers) open from 11am-5pm Mon-Fri and the "Polar Perk" (coffee) open from 7am - 2:30pm Mon-Fri. We also offer some morning snacks in addition to coffee/tea will be offered prior to session start in the Wood Center for those staying on campus.
The student canteen "Lola Tilly" (200 m south from the Wood Center) will be open 7:30-8:30 for breakfast and 11:30 -1 pm for lunch and 5-6 for dinner. They take cash and credit cards.