Lodging and Meals

To accommodate the range of budgets and housing needs, "Our Rainbow Journey" is pleased to offer these two lodging options:

Courtyard Marriott

Check-In: Starts daily at 2pm   Check-Out: By 11am after your last night

Courtyard Minneapolis Downtown, a stylish new hotel in Minneapolis, MN, impresses travelers with inviting accommodations and state-of-the-art facilities. Travelers can retreat to spacious, smartly designed rooms featuring plush bedding, large desks, ergonomic chairs and free Wi-Fi, for work or relaxation. The Courtyard Bistro serves an energizing breakfast and mouthwatering evening fare. 

  • Free high speed Internet
  • 37" HDTV, large desk with outlets, USB plug-ins and ergonomic chairs
  • Refreshing bath amenities (Paul Mitchell products); in-room coffee maker complete with coffee and tea for your convenience
  • In lobby bar and lush patio
  • Fitness center and pool high in the sky on the 14th floor
  • This hotel has a smoke-free policy

Courtyard Marriott

All reservations should be made directly with the hotel. Attendees must specify that they are with ReconcilingWorks when making reservations.  ReconcilingWorks has a block of rooms beginning on Thursday June 21, 2018 with check-out on Sunday June 24, 2018.  (For those arriving prior to June 21 or those staying longer than June 24, please call the Courtyard Marriott to make appropriate arrangements).  

 To make a reservation please call 612-333-4646 and specify that you are making a reservation with ReconcilingWorks.

$149 a night is the ReconcilingWorks rate.

Middlebrook Hall

Check-In: Begins 6/21/2018 at 1pm           Check-Out: 6/24/2018 by noon

Middlebrook Hall and Tower is a residence hall housing approximately 900 residents. It is located adjacent to the west bank of the Mississippi River, Ted Mann Concert Hall, Augsburg College, and is near downtown Minneapolis. The west bank Riverside area offers a variety of music clubs, coffee shops, co-ops, historical buildings, and ethnic and vegetarian restaurants. Middlebrook Tower was built in 1969 and the east wing expansion added in 2001. 

  • Kitchenette and microwave on every floor of main wing; social lounge on every floor
  • Twin size bed, mattress pad, linens, and pillow
  • Closet, drawer space, desk and chair
  • Carpeting and air-conditioning
  • Full private baths (shared with neighbors; located adjacent to your room)
  • The University of Minnesota is an entirely smoke free campus

Middlebrook Hall

Double bedrooms are $50 per individual, per night, to be paid with Assembly registration. Assembly attendees may designate a roommate on the registration form. ReconcilingWorks will not be assigning roommates during this event. 

Single bedrooms are $75 per individual, per night, to be paid with Assembly registration.

Please note that all rooms share common space and bathrooms with other attendees.

Reserve your Middlebrook Hall room using the registration form.

Meals included with conference registration:

If you are staying at the Marriott, a continental breakfast is provided with your room registration.  ReconcilingWorks will provide lunches on Thursday (with Pre-Event registration), Friday, and Saturday at the campus dining hall in the Christiansen Center at Augsburg College.  Dinner on Friday night will be served at the Gala. All other meals will be on your own.