Access information for one of the West Coast's favorite oceanside cities, San Diego. With 70 miles of beautiful beaches, near-perfect weather year round, and a variety of magnificent settings countywide. San Diego offers a fun and inexpensive getaway for kids and adults, any time of year.
You will find tips for traveling to and around the city, as well as information about the conference hotel, the Town and Country Resort & Convention Center. See the beautifully refurbished hotel and grounds through photos. View the gallery.
The perfect setting for business or pleasure, the conference hotel has been a landmark destination in Mission Valley, San Diego for close to 60 years and offers a premier location near many popular attractions and activities. The newly remodeled Town and Country is a modern expression of the 1960s Southern California vibe— relaxed, playful—where everyone feels welcome. Housing opens in the fall.
Housing opens in the fall.
Transportation from the airport
Shuttles and public transportation
Hop on the Big Bay Shuttle — $3 to ride all day — to visit the numerous hotels, attractions, shops and restaurants along the scenic San Diego bay. Shuttle route includes Hilton Bayfront, Marriott Marquis & Marina, Seaport Village, Broadway/Navy Pier, Maritime Museum, Sheraton Hotel & Marina.
Things to do
No stay in San Diego is complete without a trip to the waterfront. San Diego Bay is bustling with activity and a long maritime and military history. The city is also home to the largest urban cultural park in the United States, Balboa Park is often referred to as the “Smithsonian of the West.” Its 1,200 lush acres are home to 85 cultural attractions, including 15 museums, eight gardens and the San Diego Zoo. There is always somewhere worth exploring in this seaside city and surrounding area — whether driving, biking, boating, or walking.
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