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Welcome To the 1st Asian Conference on Ergonomics and Design 2014
Wednesday, May 21 ? Saturday, 24 2014, Ramada Plaza Hotel Jeju, South Korea
Ramada Plaza Hotel Jeju
Ramada Plaza Jeju Hotel, situated at a business center, offers guests deluxe hospitality with unparalleled access to Jeju Airport. With these conveniences, it will focus on conventions, and has all the necessary means available to host international conferences, meetings, and presentations. The ballroom, which has been praised as a balance of beauty and skilled staff, can hold up to 1,200 guests and is ready to provide the best service available for any event. Ramada Plaza Jeju Hotel has all the tools needed to be a top tier business-resort hotel.
With a combination of luxury, technology and value for money, Ramada Plaza Hotel is redefining or of the nearby sea and the sunlight that illuminates the guest rooms serve to invigorate visitors. The building, reminiscent of a young woman, was inspired by the luxurious Silja cruise ship line and makes one feel as if one is out to sea.
The hotel structure itself is full of the architectural skill and taste and boasts a balance of great beauty and a sense of completion. A work of Indesign company in United States, the interior successfully conveys an atmosphere of luxury, grandness and intellectual, cultural and artistic mastery. It will quickly become a prominent part of Jeju’s history and skyline.
With the feel of a gracious home, the 380 spacious guestrooms are decorated with elegant furniture, and are divided into rooms with ocean views, harbor views, and mountain views. Guestrooms for non-smokers and handicapped persons are also available, allowing its customers a wide range of choices.
To address customer’s needs as a business-resort hotel, it has also included separate bedrooms for children.
Complementing the posh rooms, seven restaurants are on the premises to offer a wide range of cuisine. Depending on a customer’s appetite, they can indulge in just about every kind of Eastern and Western food. The full spectrum of hot and cold Asian and western dishes and dessert carousel is available at one dinning establishment or another.
Finally, the Ramada Plaza Jeju provides a wealth of recreational facilities including indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a spa, a sauna and gymnasium fully staffed with professional instructors to ensure guests can make the most of the facilities. The instructors provide individualized advice on exercising for each guest and enable guests to pursue a healthy workout program. Those who are eager to reclaim their youth just might get their wish at the Ramada Plaza Jeju, where one can pamper one’s skin and rest and heal peacefully.
Vacation, beauty, travel, shopping, performances-all of these are parts of everyday living at the Ramada Plaza Jeju, where there is something for every taste and lifestyle. Customers will be able to make lifelong memories at the Ramada Plaza Jeju Hotel, will undoubtedly miss the atmosphere of this extraordinary place.
66. Topdong-Ro Jejucity, Jejudo, 690-032 Korea, Tel: +82-64-729-8100
From Jeju International Airport
Toward Yongmoon Rotary > Hancheon Bridge >
Seomoon Market > Turn left at the Market intersection >
Go Straight toword Tapdong-Ro
(distance: 3.8km / taxi fare: approx. 3.500 won) / about 10 minutes’ ride)
From Jeju Port
Turn left at Imhang-Ro > Drive toward Yongdooam / Tapdong
(distance: 2.2km / taxi fare: approx. 2.500 won) / about 6 minutes’ ride)
Jeju-Nature’s paradise in the north pacific
Jeju Island has a mild oceanic climate throughout the year with the smallest annual temperature range in?South Korea. The temperature for the hottest summer months averages no more than 35.8 ℃ in Jeju City and 33.0 ℃ in Seogwipo and no less than -2.3℃ in Jeju City and -2.7 ℃ in Seogwipo for winter.
The island is 73km wide and 31km long with a total area of 1,848.85㎢. Jeju, the largest island in South Korea, came into existence 700 to 1,200 thousand years ago when lava spewed from a sub-sea volcano and surfaced above the waters. Then 100 to 300 thousand years ago, another volcanic eruption formed Mt. Halla. The final volcanic eruption that took place approximately 25 thousand years ago created the crater lake, Baekrok-dam, at the summit of the mountain.
Mt. Halla rises in the center of Jeju to 1950m above sea level. The rest of the island slopes down from its summit and is covered with dark gray volcanic rocks and volcanic ash soil. Relatively isolated from the rest of the world, the island’s nature has been well preserved in its prehistoric state. That is why traveling to Jeju is to travel back in time. Jeju’s natural environment has been preserved as best as possible. The fantastically shaped rocks decorating the seashores, the hundreds of Oreums(secondary volcanos) and the rarest species of flora and fauna?around the Baekrok-dam lake are all treasures waiting to be discovered by visitors. One cannot see Jeju unless one looks. It is like seeing only trees before entering a forest.
This website introduces Jeju’s myths, shamanism, Jeju people’s sentiments about rocks and history as well as leisure activities including art, golf, horse-riding, wind surfing and hiking.
In addition, with the touch of fingertips one can find?information about restaurants, night life, shopping and transportation? We, Jeju Islanders, hope that every person who visits the island?goes back home with good memories about Jeju.