Where to Stay

Accommodation is up to individual attendees.  There is no official or unofficial ‘conference hotel’.

Nearly all hotels within 5 miles of the campus will require a subway ride (or car service).  These can be found through any major search aggregator.  This is a link to Kayak with relevant details entered.

A common choice for visitors to the college is the Nu Hotel in Brooklyn Heights because of its connections to public transportation.  Its location says a good deal about modern Brooklyn: it is across from a highrise jail complex and surrounding bailbond storefronts, but is also in the midst of many trendy restaurants and small boutiques.

Within walking distance of campus there are many traditional B and Bs. The link is to a list from a local blog that remains fairly accurate, if now a few years old.

AirBnB is a popular choice for travelers coming to Brooklyn.  We ask that you think about issues of gentrification (one news story, another news story), if you choose to book any specific AirBnB listing.

If the costs of these accommodation are prohibitive and you would be interested in being matched with fellow attendee with whom you might consider sharing a room or possibly be hosted by a local conference participant, or even better are a local conference participant interested in hosting, please email: queries [at] debtandslavery [dot] com.