Historic & Beautiful

Savannah, Georgia

Find out why it's called the "Hostess City of the South."

Conference Venue

Coastal Georgia Center

305 Fahm Street, Savannah, Georgia 31401, USA



Savannah, Georgia, the hostess city of the South, embodies the importance of honoring our past while keeping a keen eye on trends that shape our future. Therefore, it’s quite fitting that Savannah host our 30th Annual Conference on Software Engineering Education and Training (CSEE& T) on November 7th through the 9th. Founded in 1733, by General James Oglethorpe, Savannah was established as the first city of the last colony of the British Empire in America. Georgia, named after King George II of England, was created as the 13th colony of Great Britain. Savannah has a rich Colonial, Revolutionary, and Civil War history to explore. Located along the Savannah River, the city of Savannah includes a beautiful historic district providing visitors with pedestrian-friendly garden squares and cobblestone streets to explore. There's the allure of nearby beaches along the Atlantic Ocean, historic architecture, and unique Southern cuisine. We look forward to seeing you in Savannah for the CSEE & T this fall.



Hampton Inn Savannah Historic District
201 East Bay Street
Phone: 912-231-9700
Room Block: EEE

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Distance from Venue: .7 Miles
Holiday Inn Express Savannah Historic District
199 East Bay Street
Phone: 912-231-9000
Room Block: IEE

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Distance from Venue: .7 Miles
B Historic Savannah
320 Montgomery St
Phone: 1-888-Bhotels (662-4683)

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Distance from Venue: .4 Miles

Savannah, a coastal Georgia city, is separated from South Carolina by the Savannah River. It’s known for its manicured parks, horse-drawn carriages and ornate antebellum architecture. Its cobblestoned historic district is filled with squares and parks like Forsyth Park, shaded by magnolia blossoms and oak trees covered with Spanish moss. The historic district’s architectural landmarks include the Gothic-Revival Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist.