SIAM Annual ACM-SIAM Symposium on Discrete Algorithms, January 6-8, 2002, Radisson Miyako Hotel, San Francisco, CA

Hotel Information

Radisson Miyako Hotel
1625 Post Street
San Francisco, CA 94115
415-922-3200 General Phone
800-533-4567 Reservations Phone
415-921-0417 Reservations Fax
[email protected]

Location | Hotel Facilities | Reservations | Deposit | Cancellations | Arrivals and Departures | E-mail Access | Hotel Room-Sharing List | Climate


A silken blend of Western and Eastern influences creates the gentle, welcoming ambience of the Radisson Miyako Hotel. Located in Lower Pacific Heights, (just minutes from Fisherman's Wharf, Union Square and other major attractions), the hotel combines Western quality and comfort with subtle Asian charm. Just beyond the hotel's doors, a kaleidoscope of culture swirls. J-Town, or Nihon Machi, as it is known to San Francisco's citizens of Japanese origin, looks to be a thousand light years from the realm of cable cars. The neighborhood is both shielded and dominated by the three-block long Japan Center. A round pagoda form donated by the Japanese government dominates the Peace Plaza, located beside the hotel. This entire plaza features Japanese-style landscaping, thus setting the tone of peaceful tranquility.

Contact the San Francisco Convention and Visitors Bureau, telephone 415-974-6900, or for information on the city and attractions.

Hotel Facilities

The Radisson Miyako Hotel has a variety of amenities. Most of the sleeping rooms feature sliding shoji screens. The hotel restaurant and lounge, YOYO Bistro, offers a blend of Asian cuisine and is open until 10 PM. The fitness center features the latest exercise equipment and is complimentary to SODA attendees. Adjacent to the hotel is the Kintetsu Mall, filled with restaurants, shops and movie theatres.


SIAM is holding a block of rooms at the Radisson Miyako Hotel. These rooms are being held on a first-come, first-served basis at $119 single/double. No more than two people are allowed per room. Rates are subject to prevailing state and local taxes, currently at 14%. These rooms will be held for SIAM's use until Thursday, December 6, 2001.

Room Types

All guest rooms feature the following:

Most rooms feature the following:

Tower rooms feature the following:

Garden Wing rooms feature the following:

Most rooms have Japanese baths.

Please be aware that SIAM's room block fills quickly, so we suggest that you make your hotel and travel plans early. After SIAM's room block fills, reservations at the SIAM price will depend upon availability. Fax or mail the Hotel Reservation Form directly to the Radisson Miyako Hotel. You may also make your reservation by phone: 415-922-3200 or 1-800-533-4567. Remember to get your confirmation number! Please be certain to mention that you are an attendee of SODA, ACM-SIAM Symposium on Discrete Algorithms held on January 6-8, 2002. When making your travel and hotel reservations, remember that the Welcome Reception is scheduled for Saturday, January 5 at 6:00 PM.


The Radisson Miyako Hotel requires a deposit equivalent to one night's room rate plus tax to guarantee your reservation. The hotel accepts American Express, MasterCard, VISA, money orders, or personal checks as forms of payment.


If you must cancel, please do so 48 hours prior to your scheduled arrival to receive a refund of one night's deposit. Remember to get a cancellation number from the reservations department.

Arrivals and Departures

Check-in time is 3:00 PM and check-out time is 12:00 noon.

E-Mail Access

SIAM cannot offer e-Mail access. We suggest that you bring your own laptop computer and use the dataport located in your sleeping room.

Hotel Room-Sharing List

A Hotel Room-Sharing List is available for those who wish to share a room with another attendee at the conference to reduce expenses. Please submit the Hotel Room-Sharing Form directly to SIAM.


San Francisco has a temperate marine climate and enjoys mild weather year-round. Temperatures seldom rise above 70 F, or fall below 40 F. An all-weather coat should suffice. In planning your trip, please check your favorite weather channel prior to departure. Also, remember that meeting room temperatures and personal comfort zones vary widely. It is recommended that you bring a sweater or jacket to the sessions.

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