The organisers are aware of difficulties finding a suitable short term accommodation in a city like London. In particular this and travel cost may become prohibitively expensive for young researchers. A limited number of en suite single rooms are available at the University student village between 6 and 9 September 2009. All the on-campus accommodation is arranged in apartments of 5 or 6 bedrooms per flat. Bed linen, towels and tea/coffee making facilities are all provided.
Demands for places at the student village are very high during summer months for various activities including summer schools. Allocation of on campus accommodation is made on the first come first served basis.
Residential guests may collect their keys from the reception located in France House in the student village. The reception is open 24 hrs and rooms will be available after midday.
There is a wide range of hotels to choose from in London. For individual requirements, QMUL maintains a list of hotels.
You can plan your journey from the hotel to the conference venue at Queen Mary, University of London, Mile End Campus using Transport for London's Journey Planner.
Eating and Drinking
Suggestions for Restaurants and Pubs near Queen Mary, Mile End Campus (Conference Venue).
Stepney Green Tube Area, 213-237 Mile End Road, E1 4AA (5 mins walk from Queen Mary)
- The Half Moon (Pub), 213-233 Mile End Road
- L'Oasis [Review] 
Green Bridge Area, 552-558 Mile End Road, E3 4PL
(5 mins walk from Queen Mary)
Bow Wharf Area, 221-223 Grove Road, E3 5SN
(15 mins walk from Queen Mary)
- Thai Room (Thai), G2-G7 Bow Wharf, 221 Grove Road [Review] 
- The Crown (Gastropub), 223 Grove Road
- The Fat Cat Café Bar, Bow Wharf, Grove Road
- Morgan Arms (Gastropub), Morgan Street, E3 5AA
Pubs & Bars