Toronto is a popular summer destination; hotels and bed and breakfasts tend to fill up very quickly. We strongly advise you to secure your accommodations as early as possible.

Toronto is also a true "global city" and so accommodations of all sorts are also expensive. To make the conference as accessible as possible, we have reserved on-campus university housing for graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, adjunct and contigent faculty, retired members, unwaged scholars, and secondary school teachers only. The rooms available are in the Residence Halls at Victoria University in the University of Toronto. Click on the link to book: reference "The New Chaucer Society" on the accommodation request form to get the special conference rates:

Single (breakfast included)       $75 CAD 
Double (breakfast included)       $101 CAD 

n.b. $1 CAD = $0.75-0.8 USD at time of writing. These rates are guaranteed until 9 April 2018 after which date any unbooked rooms will be released. 

As at NCS 2016 in London, there is no official conference hotel. We have reserved a small block of rooms at the Intercontinental Hotel at 220 Bloor Street West, a five minute walk from the conference venue. Click on the link and use "The New Chaucer Society - July 2018" and our block code PC6 to get the rate; or call 1-800-267-0010. The special rate for NCS is $349 CAD/night + taxes for a Superior King room and $369 CAD/night + taxes for a deluxe King Room. 

Further afield but less expensive (approx. $260 CAD/night + taxes at time of writing) is the Holiday Inn Downtown (30 Carlton Street @ Yonge Street, 25 minute walk, 20 minute subway - see Public Transit section of the Pre-Conference Information page). 

Other area hotels we recommend that offer rates similar to the Intercontinental are:

Toronto Marriott Bloor Yorkville (90 Bloor Street East, 10 minute walk, 5 minute subway)
Courtyard Marriott Downtown Toronto (475 Yonge Street, 18 minute walk, 20 minute subway)

Airbnb will often be cheaper than a hotel. If choosing an Airbnb room, please note the distance between your accommodation and the conference venue at Victoria University, which is located at 73 Queen’s Park Crescent. The closest subway stations are Museum (Yonge Line/Line 1); and Bay (Bloor-Danforth Line/Line 2).

We have set up an informal "roommate finder" google sheet for those looking to defray accommodation costs by sharing, If you are still having trouble finding affordable accommodation, please email we will do all we can to help!