Grand Hyatt Seoul is the venue for IEEE DySpan 2018. Located in the heart of the South Korea’s capital, and easily accessible by car, subway or other public modes of transportation, the Grand Hyatt Seoul hotel offers a wide range of five-star amenities, services and facilities. Guests can enjoy the nature preserve of Mount Namsan that surrounds the hotel, as well as the professionally staffed Business and Meeting Centre providing the key to a successful business trip. The hotel has 615 rooms and suites, 12 restaurants, ample meeting space, and even an ice rink!
A special rate of KRW 215,000 (USD 191.00) has been negotiated for IEEE DySpan 2018 conference attendees. The special rate does not include any applicable taxes.
The cutoff date to make a hotel reservation at the special conference rate is September 15, 2018, After this date, normal hotel rates will apply
Seoul is the capital and largest metropolis of South Korea. Seoul forms the heart of the Seoul Capital Area, and includes the surrounding Incheon metropolis and Gyeonggi province, altogether home to roughly half of the population of South Korea.
The October weather in Seoul is absolutely fantastic. The average high temperature is 19.8 C (67.6 F), and the average low is 10.3 C (50.5 F). The East Asian monsoon season might be over by October, but there is always the threat of rain, and the weather at night can be very chilly, so please be sure to pack a jacket and an umbrella.
Incheon airport is the largest and primary airport of Seoul, South Korea. Continuously considered one of the best, and busiest, airports in the world, Incheon welcome more than 62 million passengers in 2017. All of the major international airlines have flights into and out of Incheon, and airlines such as Korean Air, Air Seoul, and Asiana Airlines have a hub at Incheon.
From Incheon to the city center of Seoul is about a 60 – 70 minute car ride. For regular taxis, the fare is between KRW 60,000 – KRW 100,000. Shared ride services such as Uber are available, and of course public transportation.