IGARSS 2010 will be held at the Hilton Hawaiian VillageHilton Hawaiian Village
Almost a city unto itself, the Hilton Hawaiian Village offers dining, shopping, entertainment and a beautiful beach.
The Hilton Hawaiian Village Beach Resort & Spa is Waikiki’s only true resort destination. This resort offers the perfect mix of exceptional resort accommodations and classic Hawaiian hospitality, all nestled on 22 beachfront acres.
Upon arrival, enjoy a serene beachfront lagoon, lush tropical gardens with exotic wildlife and cascading waterfalls, majestic views of Diamond Head, and stunning seaside sunsets. Discover 90 shops and boutiques and a diverse, international selection of restaurants. The Hilton Hawaiian Village’s beachfront Super Pool is the largest on the island.
The Hilton Hawaiian Village is O’ahu’s most prestigious and productive place to mix business and pleasure. On the beach at Waikiki, 3 miles from downtown Honolulu, and 20 minutes from Honolulu International Airport.
Special Hotel Rates for IGARSS 2010 participants:
|Village Garden Rooms||$195|
|Partial Ocean View||$215|
|Deluxe Ocean View||$265|
|Government (limited availability)||$177|
All rooms will be subject to a combined tax of 13.96% per night (tax rate to be in effect July 2010).
You may begin making your hotel reservations on Monday, January 18, 2010, and additional instructions will be provided at that time. We encourage participants to make their accommodations arrangements as soon as possible, as this conference takes place during one of the most popular travel periods for Hawaii.
PLEASE NOTE: The IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society have a contractual obligation to fill a guarantee block of rooms at the Hilton Hawaiian Village. Significant financial penalties will be assessed should IEEE IGARSS 2010 fall short of the expected number of guest rooms. By staying at the conference hotel, you will enjoy the convenience of residing at the conference venue and, to a far greater extent, provide valued assistance in support of the financial obligations of IEEE GRSS.