Jan 31-Feb 2, 2016
MANCHESTER GRAND HYATT, SAN DIEGO

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Internet Access

Complimentary wireless internet connectivity will be available at the Manchester Grand Hyatt in all guest rooms, meeting rooms and public areas.

Weather

Late January and early February temperatures in San Diego can range from a day-time high of approximately 65°F (18°C) to evening lows of 51°F (11°C). Temperatures inside the venues can vary so we recommend that you bring a light jacket or sweater. It is also recommended that you bring a small fold-up umbrella in the event of rain. Umbrellas will not be provided on-site.

Time Difference

San Diego, CA follows the Pacific Time (PST) or UTC/GMT -8 hours.

Dress Code

The welcome event this year is taking place on Sunday evening, January 31st and will be held poolside at the 3rd Floor Pool Deck. Please dress comfortably.

Business casual is recommended for all other program events, including the Awards Dinner on Monday evening, February 1st.

Avaya Corporate Security

Avaya Corporate Security has partnered with the Conference Hotels Security Teams to assist with emergency services and evacuation from the resort if required. A few key things to remember:

  • Personal safety is your responsibility; common sense goes a long way
  • Protecting company sensitive information is extremely important
  • Please take all necessary steps to ensure you secure your laptop
Please read this message on Security Tips from Avaya Corporate Security for additional information.

The Manchester Grand Hyatt is available to assist with emergency services and evacuation from the hotel if needed. Dial "0" from any guest room or hotel phone for assistance.

Please report any incident to Avaya Corporate Security, 1-877-99-ETHIC.

Currency

The currency of United States is the US Dollar (USD).

Credit and debit cards are widely accepted in United States. As in the rest of North America, Visa and MasterCard are universally accepted and American Express is less widely accepted. Smaller businesses often accept only cash.

ATMs are plentiful in San Diego, and are the easiest source of cash. The exchange rate that banks use for ATM withdrawals is normally better than the ‘tourist rate’ for currency exchange.

Please contact your bank and let them know you will be traveling to United States. Credit or debit cards with suspicious purchases outside of your home country may be seen as suspect, leading to suspension or cancellation of your cards.