Accommodation at Saint Paul University

Accommodation Space at Saint Paul is limited – You must register for Accommodation before February 24, 2017

Each residence suite has two bedrooms, each with a double bed and a shared bathroom and kitchenette (dishes are not provided). The cost per suite is $160 per night for 1 Person, including taxes. So for 2 people sharing a suite, the cost is $80 per person per night.

If you wish to share a bed, there will be an extra cost of $11.30 for each extra person (limit of 2 extra persons per suite).
Extra person must complete their own separate registrations for the conference, boat cruise and gallery tour.

Please choose the Package below
that best suits your preferences

  • Accommodation Dates
    May 25, 2017 - May 29, 2017
    2:00 pm


Venue Phone: 1-800-637-6859

Venue Website:

223 Main Street, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, K1S 1C4


Located in the heart of the nation’s capital, Saint Paul University (est. 1848) is the founding college of the University of Ottawa, with which it has been federated since 1965. A bilingual institution, it offers undergraduate and graduate study programs.

Over the years, Saint Paul University (SPU) has evolved into an institution whose primary focus is on the multiple facets of the human experience. Not surprisingly, that priority is reflected in our current study programs: in addition to our founding disciplines—canon lawphilosophy, and theology—we offer courses in social communicationcounselling and psychotherapypublic ethicsconflict studies, and human relations and spirituality.

Besides its academic programs, SPU offers a number of complementary services, including support and guidance to help students succeed academically and personally; access to symposiums, conferences and workshops with distinguished specialists in issues facing today’s society; a student residence; and a library with an outstanding collection of documents and books on a range of specialized subjects.

SPU is known for its small class sizes, personalized service, diverse student population and international vision, solid reputation, rich history, and Catholic intellectual tradition.