Due to limited amount of Townhouses available this Summer, we will only be using the Townhouses for Group Bookings.
A place to stay for you and your travelling partners
SFU Guest Accommodations Townhouses are perfect for groups travelling together. Our Townhouses are three levels offering 4 single-occupancy bedrooms, 2 private washrooms, a fully equipped kitchen and living area. Pay laundry facilities are located throughout the townhouse complex. The Townhouses are perfect for:
- Youth groups
- Sports groups
- Academic groups
- Faith based groups
Each Townhouse includes:
- 2 full private washrooms
- 4 individually locking private bedrooms (single occupancy)
- Kitchen includes cutlery, utensils & cookware
- Furnished living room (TV not included)
- Free high-speed wireless Internet access
checkDining Hall - 1 to 5 minute walk
- Gym - 1 to 5 minute walk
- Retail shops (UniverCity) - 10 to 15 minute walk
- Coffee shops - 5 minute walk
Before you arrive
When you arrive
Check in: 3:00 p.m.
Any time after 3:00 p.m. in the Residence and Housing Administration office. All guests and/or authorized group contact person must present a valid photo ID and credit card upon check-in. Guests checking in after 11:00pm are subject to overnight services like check-in or key issues. Please note that group check-ins will be pre-arranged with the Guest Accommodations team.
Check out: 11:00 a.m.
Check out by 11:00 a.m. on your departure day. If guests and/or groups have not checked out of their rooms by the designated time, they will be subject to a late check-out fee. Room keys are to be returned to the Residence and Housing Administration office. There is a charge for lost or unreturned keys.
Guests must be 19 years of age or older to book a reservation and stay with us. If guests are under the age of 19 they must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
Youth Group Bookings: All Youth Group booking must have one master account for the entire group. The chaperone requirement is (1:10 for Private Residence Riooms and 1:3 for Townhouse Units) for all participants under the age of 19. Chaperones are responsible for the behaviour and supervision of all youth participants in their group.