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DoubleTree by Hilton San Diego - Mission Valley

San Diego Skyline

Conveniently located just north of downtown and east of Mission Bay, the DoubleTree by Hilton San Diego - Mission Valley hotel has easy access to San Diego's top attractions, including beaches, the Gaslamp Quarter, Balboa Park, and the San Diego Zoo.

7450 Hazard Center Dr,
San Diego, CA 92108
(619) 297-5466

Additional Amenities

In addition to the hotel's usual amenities, FloCon attendees who book within our room block will also receive

  • complimentary in-room wireless Internet access
  • no additional fees for local or 800 number phone calls

Reservations

Call Doubletree Hotel Central Reservations
800-222-8733
Ask for the FloCon 2017 group rate

If you are having difficulty booking with the Hotel, please contact Linda Canon at lcanon@sei.cmu.edu.

Terms

All reservations must be guaranteed with a major credit card.  You may cancel up to 24 hours prior to arrival to avoid cancellation fees. 

Check-in time: 3PM
Check-out time: 12PM

 

Standard Rates

The special FloCon 2017 rates shown below are for standard rooms only.

Single/Double: $162.00
These rates are based on the prevailing government per-diem rate and are subject to change by the U.S. General Services Administration. No government ID is required at check-in. The group rate is offered until either the conference rooms are sold out or Monday, December 19, 2016, whichever occurs first.

Transportation

San Diego Trolley

The DoubleTree by Hilton San Diego - Mission Valley hotel is within easy reach of San Diego International Airport (SAN).

Shuttle Service

Super Shuttle, Cloud 9 Shuttle, and other shuttle services provide transportation to/from the airport for approximately $10-$15 per person. Average taxi rate to/from airport is $25. For more information, please call the hotel at 619-297-5466.

Public Transit

The San Diego MTS Green Line trolley provides transportation to/from the airport for $2.50 per person.  The trolley runs approximately every 20 minutes.  From the Washington Street Station, take the Green Line - Santee to the Hazard Center Station. The hotel is across the street on the left.

Parking Rates

Self-Parking Rate: $10 per night for FloCon attendees

Directions

From San Diego International Airport: From Airport Terminal Road, follow the signs to I-5/Downtown.
Merge onto North Harbor Drive.
Turn Left onto West Grape Street.
Turn Right onto the I-5 South ramp and merge onto I-5 South.
Turn Right onto CA-163 North (Exit 16).
Exit onto Friar's Road (Exit 3B).
Keep right at the fork and follow signs for Friar's Road East.
Turn Right onto Friar's Road East.
Turn Right onto Frazee Road.
Turn Right onto Hazard Center Drive.

From North: Take I-5 South.
Merge onto I-805 South.
Exit onto CA-163 South (Exit 20).
Exit onto Friar's Road East (Exit 4).
Turn Right onto Frazee Road.
Turn Right onto Hazard Center Drive.

From South: Take I-5 North. 
Merge onto CA-163 North (Exit 16A).
Exit onto Friar's Road (Exit 3B).
Keep right at the fork and follow signs for Friar's Road East.
Turn Right onto Friar's Road East.
Turn Right onto Frazee Road.
Turn Right onto Hazard Center Drive.

From East: Take I-8 West.
Exit onto Mission Center Road/Auto Circle (Exit 5).
Turn Left onto Camino Del Rio North.
Turn Right onto
Mission Center Road.
Turn Left onto Hazard Center Drive.

From West: Take I-8 East.
Exit onto CA-163 North - Escondido (Exit 4C).
Keep right at the fork and follow signs for Friars Rd East.
Turn Right onto Friar's Road East.
Turn Right onto Frazee Road.
Turn Right onto Hazard Center Drive.

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For a truly historic experience, don't miss San Diego's Old Town, the site of the first Spanish settlement on the West Coast.  Old Town is filled with 17 museums and historic buildings, a theatre, colorful shops and art galleries, and numerous restaurants serving authentic Mexican cuisine.

Getting Around San Diego

If you're staying in Mission Valley, the iconic, bright red San Diego trolley is a great choice to travel around the city. Three trolley lines (Blue, Orange and Green) serve downtown San Diego and beyond, covering 51 miles of track and 53 stations. Fares range from $1.50 to $3 one-way and trolleys run an average of every 15 minutes, 7 minutes during peak and 30 minutes during off-peak hours.

The DoubleTree by Hilton San Diego - Mission Valley hotel is located across the street from the Mission Valley Center station on the Green Line, just 4 stops away from Old Town.

For current information on Bus and Trolley Service, visit the San Diego Metropolitan Transit System.