Scientific Meeting Location & Accommodations
WORLDSymposium™, in its entirety, will be held at the
Hyatt Regency Orlando
9801 International Drive
Orlando, Florida, USA, 32819
Hyatt Regency Orlando is an iconic hotel with state-of-the-art meeting space in the heart of Orlando, Florida. Minutes from the Orlando International Airport, Hyatt Regency Orlando is conveniently located near theme parks, shopping, dining, and nightlife. The hotel features two sparkling pools, a full-service spa and salon, StayFit™ Gym, tennis courts, bicycle rentals, 7 restaurants and bars, and beautiful indoor and outdoor event space.
A limited block of discounted rooms ($270) at the Hyatt Regency Orlando are available until January 10, 2020 or when the room block fills, whichever comes first.
Anyone who has made a hotel reservation at the Hyatt Regency Orlando MUST be registered for WORLDSymposium 2020.
On January 10, 2020, the Hyatt Regency Orlando housing report will be compared to the WORLDSymposium 2020 conference registration report, and room reservations will be cancelled for all individuals who are not registered for the conference.
If you require additional assistance, please contact Gudrun Echterhoff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration and Hotel Booking Scams
There is an increase in the incidence of fraudulent websites, callers and emails posing as official websites, as well as unauthorized housing and registration companies attempting to solicit event attendees. Please note that these websites and solicitations are scams and it is your responsibility to avoid sharing any personal and/or financial information.
WORLDSymposium does not provide any contact details, hotel registration details or conference registration details to third parties. Booking through WORLDSymposium’s official hotel registration link and WORLDSymposium’s official meeting registration link is the only way to ensure your meeting registration and hotel registration are legitimate, your credit card information is secure, and you benefit from all services provided to conference attendees.
If you think you’ve been a victim of fraud, contact the following authorities:
The Internet Fraud Complaint Center
Your local Postal Inspector
The Federal Trade Commission
Learn more information at the National Internet Fraud Watch Information Center.