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Location

The Design of Business | The Business of Design conference will be held at MIT's Samberg Conference Center in Cambridge, Massachusetts

Samberg Conference Center
MIT, Chang Building (E52)
50 Memorial Drive
Cambridge, MA

Hotels

A number of local hotels offer a discount for MIT conference attendees.

The Kimpton Marlowe

The Kimpton Marlowe

25 Edwin H Land Blvd, Cambridge, MA
(617) 868-8000

15% discount when you mention to the reservation agent that you are attending a conference at MIT.

The Whitney Hotel Boston

The Whitney Hotel Boston

170 Charles Street, Boston, MA
(888) 673-3650

Under the “Reserve” tab, there’s a place for a “Special Code”. The code is: MIT. Pricing and rooms available will be seen after the discount is applied.

The Kendall Hotel

The Kendall Hotel

350 Main Street, Cambridge, MA
(866) 566-1300

Use promo code MIT when booking online, or mention that you are attending a conference at MIT to the reservation agent.

Parking

The Samberg Conference Center does not have dedicated parking. Parking is available at the Kendall Green Garage in Kendall Square: self-parking is $40 per day and valet is $45 per day. Whenever possible, park where you’re staying and use public transportation or a taxi/rideshare service. More parking information is available from Parkopedia.

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Public Transportation

Boston’s public transportation system is the MBTA, known as “the T.”

Subway: From any terminal at Logan Airport, take the Silver Line bus to South Station. At South Station, change to the Red Line subway to Kendall/MIT (inbound toward Alewife). The ride should take about 30 minutes and is free. 

Bus: The #1 bus stops at MIT on Massachusetts Avenue and provides transportation between Harvard Square and Dudley Square (in Boston). The CT1 bus is similar to the #1 bus but has a shorter route and limited stops; it runs along Mass. Ave. from Central Square to Boston Medical Center.

Shuttle: The EZ Ride shuttle runs to and from Boston’s North Station, with stops at Kendall Square and around MIT’s campus (Note: EZRide is not operated by the MBTA; fare is $2 cash per trip).