man with bikes in downtown Durham

Accommodations

We are in the process of contracting a third hotel block. Please email mawebster@wisc.edu if you would like to be notified when that block is available.


We are partnering with several locally, owned boutique hotels that highlight the flavor of Durham! All hotels are within a short walk from the convention center.

21c
111 North Corcoran Street21c room with bed
Durham, NC 27701
Website

21 C is currently book for Thursday – Saturday. Rooms are available Tuesday – Wednesday.

Description: 21c is located in the historic Hill Building in Downtown Durham. Since 2015, 21c Durham has been engaging visitors and locals alike with the art of today. Explore the current exhibition, dine among thought-provoking works at Counting House, or lounge in the original bank vault – transformed by contemporary art. Galleries are open 365 days per year and are free and open to the public.

Rooms:

Deluxe King $159 + tax
Deluxe Double Queen $159 + tax
Luxury King $159 + tax
Luxury Double Queen $159 + tax
Deluxe Suite $199 + tax

Dates Available: Tuesday, June 4, 2019 – Monday, June 10, 2019

Cut off date: May 22, 2019

Parking:  21c offers guest Valet Parking for $10 per car per day. Overnight parking rates are $20 per night per car with unlimited in and out privileges.21c Lobby with desk

Reservations: For single rooms book here

If you are looking to book a block of rooms for your co-op, please email Abbie Armstrong (abbie.armstrong@21chotels.com) with the following information:

  • Rooming List
    • First/last name
    • arrival/ departure date
  • Credit Card for guarantee/billing purposes

The Durham Hotel
315 E. Chapel Hill St.
Durham, NC 27701
Website

THIS BLOCK IS CURRENTLY SOLD OUT.

Description:  An independent hotel inhabiting the resurrected mid-century Home Savings Bank, The Durham is instilled with the energy and entrepreneurial The Durham Atriumspirit of its namesake city. The hotel, designed by acclaimed firm Commune, is a cultural hub for the vibrant and engaged downtown community. Fifty-three guest rooms feature inspired interiors and collaborations with local producers such as Raleigh Denim, NC Made, and Burt’s Bees.

The lobby coffee shop offers Counter Culture coffee, house-made pastries, snacks, and a lunch menu by day, while the American restaurant features melting pot and hotel classics by night. The rooftop bar and lounge overlook downtown with a small kitchen and raw bar showcasing North Carolina seafood and shareable plates. The drink list offers hand-crafted original cocktails and well-made classics.

Highlights include the restaurant at the Durham, the roof at the Durham, all day coffee shop, complimentary farmers’ market breakfast, fiber and wireless internet access, fitness studio, valet parking, penthouse with a private rooftop terrace, executive function space with full catering and event services, and morning yoga on the roof.

Rooms: 

Deluxe Guestroom (King or Deluxe Double) $169 + tax

Dates Available: Thursday, June 6, 2019 – Sunday, June 9, 2019 – there is a limited number of rooms available on Wednesday, June 5th.The Durham Roof Top Lounge

Cut off date: May 3, 2019

Parking:  The Durham offers a 24/7 valet service for hotel and restaurant guests. Overnight parking is $18, while daytime visitor parking is $10 and roof-only parking is $5. We recommend approaching the hotel from the east to ensure easy access to the building’s designated concierge spaces.

Reservations: Book Online: here

By telephone or for multiple rooms: (919) 768-8830, please request the Consumer Cooperative Management Association 2019 room block