Accommodations / Hotel
The official hotel for this workshop is the Nassau Inn. This hotel has been chosen to be conveniently located in downtown Princeton and within walking distance of conference venue (McDonnell Hall) on main campus of Princeton University. The hotel is also very close to restaurants and shopping on Palmer Square.
A block of rooms has been reserved at the Nassau Inn at a reduced group rate of $127 / night + tax.
This reduced rate will be available until Friday, October 2, 2015. After this date, the rate will increase to at least $300 / night.
Instructions for making hotel reservation at the reduced group rate:
Earliest arrival date: November 2, 2015
Latest departure date: November 6, 2015.
To reserve your room online at the reduced rate use this link
Alternatively, call the Nassau Inn's Reservation Department at 1-800 (862)-7728 and use the Booking ID 20156.
The group is listed in the Nassau Inn's system as: Princeton Plasma Physics Lab.
If for some reason you do not use the link above, but use the Nassau Inn website, click on the “GROUPS” tab, and when asked for “ATTENDEE CODE”, enter the Booking ID 20156.
Payment must be made by credit card, and individuals are required to provide a credit card upon arrival for any and all charges. Guests also will need to provide picture identification upon check in.
The cancellation period is 72 hours prior to check-in to avoid charges.
Information on the Nassau Inn from the hotel website:
Nassau Inn is Princeton’s Historic Jewel:
From the exterior, Princeton’s historic Nassau Inn suggests a charming bed and breakfast, but there’s much more than meets the eye. With 188 elegant guest rooms and specialty suites, 13 beautiful banquet facilities offering 10,000 square feet of space for meetings and social events, 24-hour business and cardio fitness centers, pet-friendly accommodations and the legendary Yankee Doodle Tap Room, Nassau Inn is truly an exceptional full-service hotel in downtown Princeton. From the moment you enter the Nassau Inn, you will experience the warm welcome practiced by innkeepers of decades past. The attentive and professional staff is dedicated to ensuring your comfort and satisfaction.
Restaurants and Local Stores:
Nassau Street is the main downtown thoroughfare of Princeton, New Jersey. It is the southernmost portion of Route 27 and ends at U.S. Route 206. The main gates of Princeton University open onto Nassau Street opposite Nassau Hall. Nassau Street features many places to eat: restaurants such as P.J.'s Pancake House, Triumph Brewery, Panera Bread, an ice cream place called Thomas Sweet, and a self-serve yogurteria called Sketch. It also has practical stores such as CVS and more. In July 2011, Nassau Street acquired a Qdoba Mexican Grill.
This link will take you to more information on local restaurants in Princeton: