San Francisco, California, USA is the ideal location for ICSBOC2020. With a population of just under one million, San Francisco is the cultural, commercial and financial center of Northern California. It is also home to the Golden Gate Bridge, one of the seven wonders of the world, as well as the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge and many other bridges, making it the ideal backdrop for the International Cable Supported Bridge Operators Conference.
We encourage you to arrive a few days before the conference, or plan to stay on after.
San Francisco is a port city and ICSBOC2020 attendees may explore vibrant neighborhoods, consisting of everything from fine dining to gorgeous public art and green spaces. With numerous historic sites, an unbeatable food scene and world-renowned art and cultural institutions, San Francisco has something for everyone.
For breath-taking views or a taste of chowder bread bowls and California wines, your visit to San Francisco needs to include a stop to Pier 39. Plan to visit one of San Francisco’s most historic sites, Alcatraz Island, or head over to Lombard Street to experience what is often called the “crookedest” street in the world. It’s for all these reasons and more that San Francisco will leave a lasting impression during your visit for the 11th International Cable Supported Bridge Operator’s Conference.
For more information on San Francisco and to plan your trip, please visit The San Francisco Travel Association.
Located downtown on the Embarcadero waterfront, the hotel is within walking distance to San Francisco’s most iconic attractions. Enjoy posh amenities and unique architecture all in one convenient location when you stay at this world-renowned hotel. Dinner is served nightly at Eclipse Kitchen & Bar, the Hyatt Regency in-house restaurant, and make sure you don’t miss the chance to sip signature cocktails or sample a hand selected flight of California wines
ICSBOC2020 has secured a preferred conference rate of US$319 for single/double rooms available until March 18, 2020 at the Hyatt Regency – 5 Embarcadero Center.
San Francisco International Airport (SFO) is the Bay Area’s airport of choice. Home to more than 50 airlines with nonstop service to more 125 destinations, SFO connects the city of San Francisco, Silicon Valley and Northern California to the world.
SFO’s dining program, focused on bringing local eateries to the airport, brings a taste of San Francisco to the terminals. Amenities designed to help guests relax and refresh include spas, nap rooms and a California favorite, yoga rooms.
A Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) station, located in the International Terminal, links the airport to points in San Francisco and the East Bay. For up-to-the-minute departure and arrival information, airport maps and details on shopping, dining, cultural exhibitions, ground transportation and more, visit flysfo.com or follow the airport on twitter.com/flySFO and facebook.com/flySFO.
The links below provide more details on airlines, routes and services available to make it easy for you to travel to San Francisco for ICSBOC2020.