Meet Hotel

The Meet HQ Hotel is the Red Roof Inn in Woburn (local pronunciation: "Woo-burn"). (Hotel location on Google maps)

Friday night check-in will be available from 6:30 PM to 10 PM. We have reserved a block of rooms at the Red Roof. The rate is $79/room, and the reservation ends October 1. To reserve, phone 781-935-7110 and mention CSU (the reservation code is CP607635).

Directions: From Rte I-95 north of Boston, going east (clockwise), take Exit 36; at the end of the ramp, turn L on Washington St. for 0.2 miles, turn L on Mishawum Rd. for 0.2 miles, turn R on Commerce Way; Red Roof Inn is about 0.2 miles on the right.

From I-93, take I-95S (actually going west) to Exit 36; at the bottom of the ramp, go straight across Mishawum Rd. onto Commerce Way; Red Roof Inn is about 0.2 miles on the right.

Map of approach roads to Red Roof Inn

Other motels near Saturday's meet (Google maps)

B&Bs near Saturday's meet (Google maps)



There are many restaurants within walking distance of the Meet Hotel (see this map).

Some websites with reviews of Boston-area restaurants:


Public Transportation

To/From Logan Airport

The Logan Express is a shuttle bus that runs regularly between Logan Airport and the Anderson Regional Transportation Center (a 25-minute walk to the Meet Hotel, see below).  The trip takes about 45 minutes and costs $12 one-way.  From the airport, take the Woburn Logan Express.

To/From Downtown Boston 

The Meet Hotel is a 25-minute walk to the Anderson/Woburn station (map of walking directions). (Yes, the Mishawum station is closer, but it has very few weekday stops, and no weekend stops.) 

At the Anderson/Woburn station you can catch the MBTA commuter rail to take the "Lowell Line" inbound to North Station in Boston. It is a 24-minute ride that will cost $2.25 each way -- be sure to buy your ticket in the station to avoid a surcharge.  Buy a round ticket while you're there.  Children 11 and under ride free.

Weekday schedule inbound 

Saturday schedule inbound

Sunday schedule inbound

At North Station, you can get the Green Line and Orange Line of the subway ("the T").  You must buy subway tickets from one of the vending machines, near the subway turnstiles.

From North Station it is an easy walk to the North End (Old North Church, Italian pastries, gelato, cash-only restaurants), or about a one-mile walk to the Boston Common and the Public Garden. 


"Non-O" Things to Do

 Some websites for visitors to the Boston area: