University unveils renovated Lodge at Brandeis
Brandeis recently completed full renovations of its campus lodge for the comfort of future campus visitors.
The Lodge at Brandeis, an on-campus inn made up of six standard rooms and two suites, is available year-round to host any member of the Brandeis community, including alumni, parents and visiting professors.
As part of the renovations, the Lodge at Brandeis updated furniture, carpeting, curtains and bathrooms.
Guests staying at the Lodge at Brandeis will have full access to campus dining options, the Rose Art Museum, the Brandeis Department of Theatre Productions, and all university-sponsored activities and events.
“We are able to provide an attractive option for lodging to visiting guests, whether they are speakers, professors, parents or community members looking to visit campus,” said Conference and Events director Angela Garger. "The Lodge at Brandeis is an affordable alternative to hotels in the area. It is convenient and contains all of the amenities you may need.
Standard rooms cost $90 per night and feature either two twin beds or one queen; Suites cost $120 and can accommodate up to four people and include a kitchenette.
All rooms include a refrigerator, microwave, work desk, HD television and complimentary Internet access. The Lodge at Brandeis is attached to the Faculty Club, which is situated behind the Shapiro Campus Center.
Anyone interested in planning a reservation at the Lodge at Brandeis can do so by consulting Brandeis Conference and Events Services.