Stop the Wars at Home and Abroad
Building a Movement Against War, Injustice & Repression!
A National Conference hosted by the
June 16-18 in Richmond, Virginia

Information on this page: 
Housing, Parking, Transportation and Food.


There is a wide range of hotel, motel and hostel accommodations in Richmond. Please do not wait to make your reservations. Summer means hotels can fill up quickly. Here are some suggestions:

Printable List of Hotels - View or print this list of downtown and area hotels, which includes those listed below and those located closest to the Convention Center.

Affordable Hotel Options
The following are some other lodging options that start at less than $100/night. Prices are estimates only, and may change based on when you book, the type of room and the number of people staying in your room. We recommend you use TripAdvisor.com to look at reviews before you book. Note: Distances cited are from the lodging to the conference.
Richmond Hostel (0.4 miles)
7 N. 2nd St., Richmond, VA 23219
$30/night and up
Excellent reviews, Free breakfast and access to communal kitchen. No parking or shuttle. This is a hostel-style arrangement. The cheapest options involve sharing a room and bathroom.
(804) 729-5410
Clarion Hotel Central (3 miles)
3207 N. Boulevard, Richmond, VA 23230
Mixed, but generally OK reviews, No breakfast or shuttle; free parking.
(804) 359-9441 
Super 8 Richmond/Chamberlayne Road (7 miles)
5615 Chamberlayne Road, Richmond, VA 23227
Mostly good reviews, Free continental breakfast and parking; no shuttle.
(804) 262-8880 
Airport Inn Motel Richmond (7.2 miles)
5121 S. Laburnum Ave., Richmond, VA 23231
Good but sparse reviews, Free continental breakfast and parking; no shuttle
(804) 222-4200

Best Western Executive Hotel (9 miles)7007 W. Broad St. in Richmond, VA 23294
Mostly good reviews
Free hot breakfast, free parking, outdoor pool. Rooms include a TV, high speed internet, microwave and mini-fridge.
Online Travel Services / Specials
Don't forget to check the internet for specials. Some of us who travel a lot for our jobs recommend looking for a hotel through Priceline.com, which offers decent discounts on hotel chains. You can find even bigger savings by clicking “Search Express Deals” on their website. We often use TripAdvisor.com to check ratings and reviews.

Free Lodgings
We're also trying to arrange free overnight lodgings - a church basement or someone’s sofa or floor space - for conference attendees who can’t afford a hotel or room or hostel. (No details yet. Please let us know if you need this option: unacpeace@gmail.com)

Be a Host!
If you’re in Richmond and would like to host overnight guests, please contact Kat McNeal with the UNAC Local Organizing Committee at 703-859-0393.


Click here for City of Richmond information on Street Parking.

Greater Richmond Convention Center Deck on 3rd & Marshall St. Click here for printable directions to the parking deck, and prices. Click here for more on the convention center and parking.

ACCESSIBILITY: The facility’s parking deck at 3rd & Marshall Street has 2 passenger elevators to help guests between floors, and the parking deck conveniently connects directly to the facility on the 3rd level of the parking deck (which enters into the 2nd level of the facility).

Click Here for a Map of Nearby Public Parking OR visit BestParking.com - http://www.bestparking.com/richmond-parking/ - an online service shows detailed information on local parking facilities including hours, prices, and reservations when available.


Richmond International Airport Terminal Services
Information on all ground transportation options from the airport.

Shared Ride Services
  • Virginia Airlink: 804-372-7433. (Example: $36.50 fare between the airport and downtown for one care with up to 4 passengers)
  • Lyft and Uber also offer shared ride services. 
Local Bus Service is limited on weekends, but the Broad St. #6 bus is one line which runs from Downtown to Willow Lawn Shopping Center at the western edge of the city, all day from 5 am to 11:40 pm. Click here for the schedule or visit RideGRTC.com.


Because there is an abundance of restaurant options in close proximity to the conference site, we have produced a printable RVA Restaurant List that includes restaurants located across the street from the conference site, more within a 5-10 minute walk or a 5-10 minute drive, as well as the link to an online order-in service.

For more information, contact UNAC:
      Phone: 518-227-6947
      SnailMail: UNAC, PO Box 123,  Delmar, NY 12054
Website:  www.UNACpeace.org
Website:  UNAC Conference 2015 (includes videos)
Facebook: United National Antiwar Committee
Facebook: UNAC Conference 2017
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