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Hyatt Regency La Jolla
Business travelers will delight in two new business pods featuring state-of-the-art equipment, while fitness buffs will enjoy our StayFitTM fitness center, featuring 1,300 sq. ft. of space complete with top of the line Life Fitness cardio and strength equipment, plus an outdoor stretching area with medicine balls, resistance bands, and yoga mats allowing guests to take advantage of the fresh air and California sunshine. Access to the StayFit gym is complimentary for all hotel guests, 24-hours a day, seven days a week.
Things to do
2400 Kettner Blvd
Nearly 30 individual dealers share this 10,000-square-foot space, offering a wide selection of antiques and collectibles, including artwork, pottery, and glassware. Open daily 10am to 6pm (closed Tues). Read More>
3500 Sports Arena Blvd
Since 1976, this gigantic open-air market positioned at the west end of the Valley View Casino Center (formerly the San Diego Sports Arena) parking lot has been a bargain-hunter's dream come true. Some 1,000 vendors fill row after row with new and used clothing, jewelry, electronics, hardware, appliances, furniture, collectibles, crafts, antiques, auto accessories, toys, and books. There's produce, too, Read More>
This comprehensive store has a number of local branches, carrying clothing for women, men, and children, as well as housewares, electronics, and luggage. Besides downtown at Horton Plaza, Macy's also has stores in Mission Valley Center (including a housewares-only store), University Towne Center La Jolla, Carlsbad, and North County Fair (Escondido). Open Monday to Friday 10am to 9pm, Saturday 10am Read More>
1640 Camino del Rio N
This old-fashioned outdoor mall predates sleek Fashion Valley and has found a niche with budget-minded stores such as Loehmann's, Nordstrom Rack, and Target; you'll also find Macy's Home Furniture, West Elm, Sport Chalet, and Bed Bath & Beyond. There's a 20-screen AMC movie theater and 150 other stores and places to eat. Across from the center to the north and Read More>
4864 Newport Ave
With 18,000 square feet of retail, this is the big daddy of the Ocean Beach Antique District malls -- it even has a small espresso bar. One corner is a haven for collectors of 1940s and 1950s kitchenware; there's also a fine selection of vintage linens and chinoiserie. Open daily 10am to 6pm; reduced hours on Sunday. Read More>
Tel:619/570-1234 (automated reservation system)
2600 Golf Course Dr
Everybody has a humble municipal course like this at home, with a bare-bones 1920s clubhouse where old guys hold down lunch-counter stools for hours after the game and players take a few more mulligans than they would elsewhere. Surrounded by the beauty of Balboa Park, this 18-hole course features fairways sprinkled with eucalyptus leaves and distractingly nice views of the Read More>
1572 Columbia St
Housed in San Diego's oldest firehouse, the museum features shiny fire engines, including hand-drawn and horse-drawn models, a 1903 steam pumper, and memorabilia such as antique alarms, fire hats, and foundry molds for fire hydrants. There's also a small gift shop. Allow about half an hour for your visit. Read More>
1050 N. Harbor Dr
This company (formerly known as San Diego Harbor Excursion) offers daily 1- and 2-hour narrated tours of the bay. There are two 1-hour itineraries, each covering about 12 miles. The south bay tour includes the San Diego-Coronado Bridge and Navy shipyards; the north bay route motors past Naval Air Station North Island and Cabrillo National Monument. The 25-mile, 2-hour tour Read More>
2450 Heritage Park Row
There are big changes afoot at this 7.8-acre park, dedicated to preservation of Victorian architecture. There are seven original 19th-century structures moved here from other parts of the city and given new leases on life, including San Diego's first synagogue, Temple Beth Israel, built in 1889. The park will soon see the development of new buildings, done in vintage style, Read More>
1066 N. Harbor Dr
These 1- or 2-hour narrated tours lead passengers through San Diego harbor on tours that highlight dozens of San Diego landmarks. You'll see the Star of India, cruise under the San Diego-Coronado Bridge, and swing by a submarine base and an aircraft carrier or two. Guests can visit the captain's wheelhouse for a photo op, and harbor seals and sea Read More>
Valet Parking - $25 per day (includes in / out privileges)
Self Parking - $20 per day
All cars are garaged indoors, clearance - 6'10".
Airport Shuttle Service:
Cost: Approximately $35-45
Seating/Luggage: 2 pieces of luggage per person
Pick Up: Outside of Baggage claim area
Maximum seating: Shuttles seat 10 people, taxi 2-8 people
Hyatt Regency La Jolla
3777 La Jolla Village Drive
San Diego, California 92122 USA
Phone: +1 858 552 1234
Fax: +1 858 552 6066Hotel Website
Single/Double: $179.00 USD
Government: $131.00 USD
These rates are exclusive of applicable sales/room tax, currently 12.5%. Housekeeping and other gratuities will be at guest discretion.
Reservation Deadline: 12 September 2014 at 5:00pm (Pacific time)
A block of sleeping rooms has been reserved for the convenience of the conference attendees at the Hyatt Regency La Jolla. The conference rates listed above are available three (3) days prior and three (3) days after the conference, based on availability.
Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 12:00 PM
All special requests, including bedding/smoking preferences, are not guaranteed, but subject to availability at the time of your arrival. The hotel will make every effort to accommodate your requests.