Note: You will not get the discounted rate through the hotel web site. Please call the following phone numbers to make your hotel reservation.
All the conference events will take place at the Hyatt Regency Savannah. We have reserved a room block at the price of USD149 + tax per room per day. Participants should contact the hotel directly to reserve a room. The phone number for the hotel is +1-912-238-1234 (ext reservation); the Hyatt-wide toll free number for reservation is +1-800-233-1234 (please specify the hotel you want, i.e., Hyatt Savannah). Be sure to mention the group code ACMY (or Association for Computing Machinery).
We realize that you may want to consider other hotels. Before you decide, please read why you should try to stay at the conference hotel.
If you have question regarding the hotel, please contact Zhong Shao or Joanne Martori.
Fly into Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport. The airport is only 8 miles away from the conference hotel and downtown Savannah.
Check out this page for information about ground transportation. The taxi from the airport to the hotel takes about 20 minutes and costs $29 for the first person and $5 per person after that.
The conference hotel Hyatt Regency Savannah is located in the historic downtown area of Savannah (2 W. Bay Street, Savannah, GA 31401, USA), directly on River Front Plaza. Map and directions to the hotel can be found here.
Here is the downtown map in PDF.
Here are a list of restaurants near the conference hotel (in html) .
Here are a list of restaurants in Savannah (in msword or in html).
TripAdvisor's List of Things to Do in Savannah.
TripAdvisor's Top-Rated Restaurants in Savannah.
More information about Savannah and local attractions
The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) does not issue formal invitation letters for visas. However, ACM can issue a visa support letter, which describes the technical nature of the conference. For visa support letters, please send all requests to Ginger Ignatoff at email@example.com with the following information:
|Last modified on November 30, 2008 by Zhong Shao, Dept. of Computer Science, Yale University|