Paradise Point Resort
1404 Vacation Rd, San Diego, CA 92109
Special rate for attendees (expires on Jan. 14, 2021):
Offer expires 12am PST on January 24, 2022: Book this deal online
Reservation desk: 1-855-463-3361
The resort is located on the water and has an onsite marina where you can rent sailboats, speed boats, kayaks, paddleboards, jet skis, etc.
Paradise Point health guidelines for Covid-19
February is the slowest month in San Diego for tourism, so lodging rates are lower than other times of the year. Check out www.airbnb.com or to look at rentals.
When you look at the rentals- look for places using the zip code: 92109. Additionally check Google Earth to verify walking paths, some areas aren't safe for pedestrians/cycling.
There are hotels in Mission Valley near the venue, be aware that there are a couple interstates merging in that area, so traffic can get heavy during the work week, Monday-Friday.
Other nearby locations are Point Loma, Mission Beach, and Pacific Beach.
If you have a vehicle, or are renting one, there are way cheaper options in nearby cities of Lemon Grove, La Mesa, National City, and Chula Vista- those cities are all within a 15 minute drive from the conference venue.
Yes! There are plenty of hostels: http://www.hostels.com/san-diego/usa
San Diego isn't well known for public transportation. You can either rent a car, take a cab, or use one of the many driving services, such as Uber or Lyft. Our bus system can be quite slow, so keep that in mind when making plans, if you expect to use the bus.
If you like to get around and explore, but don't want to rent a vehicle, our trolley system does have stops at most of the tourist destinations including downtown, the Gaslamp, SeaPort Village, Old Town and Little Italy. San Diego Trolley Info: https://www.sdmts.com/schedules-real-time-maps-and-routes/trolley
The trolley doesn't stop at Balboa Park (where all the museums are), San Diego Zoo, Sea World or any of the beaches. To visit those places, you will need to take a bus, cab, LYFT, or UBER to and from trolley stops.
San Diego is famous for its mild Mediterranean desert climate. The state of California has the most micro-climates of anywhere in North America, so be prepared for as much as 10 degree+ temperature changes within as little as 10 miles.
During the month of February, the temperature 50-70F or 10-21C in the evening. While the rest of the U.S. and Canada is thawing out or still under snow- the weather is great here!
Since the temperatures can fluctuate in one day, dressing in layers is strongly recommended. Winter is our "rainy" season, so bring a light rain jacket just in case. If it does rain, it's usually a light drizzle.
You will definitely want to bring sunglasses as our sun can be unusually bright and sunscreen.
There is a lot to do in San Diego, for a comprehensive list, please visit - San Diego Tourism Authority
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