Clarion Hotel National City San Diego South
700 National City Blvd.
National City, CA 91950
Phone: (619) 474-2800
Fax: (619) 474-1689
700 National City Blvd., National City, CA, US, 91950
- Phone: (619) 474-2800
- Fax: (619) 474-1689
Incorporated as a state in 1911, Chula Vista means beautiful view in Spanish and it stays true to its name. The city has over 50 square miles (129.50 square kilometers) of coast, hills, mountains, rivers and canyons, and is the second-largest city in the San Diego County. It also known as the Lemon Capital of the World, a title it was bestowed upon during the early 1930's when its lemon orchards produced fruits worth USD1 million. The annual lemon festival commemorates this occasion with live entertainment, handcrafted beers, food and more. Being a tourist destination, Chula Vista has many dining, shopping, sports and recreational areas. Some of the must see attractions are the Sleep Train Amphitheatre, U.S. Olympic Training Center, Sweetwater Marsh National Wildlife Refuge, Chula Vista Center and the Chula Vista Marina.
Part of the Chula Vista Visitors Center, this agency provides important auto and RV insurance for travelers to Mexico. Having Mexican insurance can help protect you after a minor fender bender in Tijuana or even the possibility of delayed medical care if you are injured in an accident where it is unclear which driver was at fault. This is a secure way to visit Tijuana and highly recommended for any tourists traveling south of the border.
Home to the San Diego Padres, this state-of-the-art baseball park is one of the league's treasures with world class facilities, beautiful views of the city and comfortable seats for 42,000 fans. Besides baseball, Petco Park is used for many civic events like fireworks, picnics, and concerts.
The Jack Dodge Theatre is a multipurpose venue in downtown San Diego. This place is frequently used for various concerts, events, galas, fashion shows, arts performances and many other special occasions. The theatre has a capacity of more than 1300 and is equipped with decent facilities. The ambience is pretty energetic, especially during a concert or a major event. World Famous artists such as Jack Johnson have performed live at this theatre.
Vibrant, eclectic, and endlessly entertaining, the Gaslamp Quarter covers more than 16 city blocks of downtown San Diego, with hundreds of specialty shops and dozens of trendy restaurants, bars and avant-garde playhouses. Most of the shops keep late hours, so delightful shopping, drinking, and dining can occur virtually simultaneously. Cutting-edge women's fashions elbow up against exclusive art galleries, while nearby is a hardware store founded more than 100 years ago. The San Diego Convention Center is just steps away from the Gaslamp, and during major conventions the flow of souvenir-hunting attendees floods the area. For an upscale shopping mall experience, the adjacent Horton Plaza offers major department stores and a hundred or so mall shops set in an architecturally amusing maze of bridges, stairways, and intricately tiled walls. If you have just a few hours to devote to shopping, spend the time and the money here.
Coronado means the crowned one in Spanish and is also known as Coronado Island due to its island feel. Established in 1885, it has been a tourist spot since its founding. The beach here is one of the finest in the country. Sparkling sand beaches and gentle waters greet the visitor here while beautiful gardens, elegant mansions and well appointed homes resembling gingerbread houses adorn this charming town. Some of the must see attractions are the Hotel del Coronado and Coronado Museum of History and Art.
Situated between downtown proper and the Pacific Ocean, this modern structure welcomes conventioneers to the city and shows off the best in environmentally friendly architecture. Designed by noted architect, Arthur Erickson, its sleek lines mimic the backdrop of the ocean and have added distinction to downtown's architectural ambiance. Hundreds of events, conventions and trade shows are featured here each year since it opened its doors in 1990.
A relatively new development in this information age is the cyber café. The founders wanted a place similar to a coffee shop but more high tech and this Internet cafe fills that bill nicely. Gourmet coffee and various pastries are available as well as areas for study or socializing, but the main difference between this and any other coffee shop is the rows of computer terminals dotting the landscape. So stop in even if it is just for a quick byte.
A well known car rental company that provides low daily, weekly, and monthly car rental rates.
Plush as it may be, The Delta Room of House of Blues also exudes a cozy attitude. Serving as a venue for various social gatherings and receptions, this hundred to two hundred capacity hall flaunts a beautifully done interior that speaks of great taste. Comfortable seatings and a fireplace add up to the elegance factor. Apart from that, Delta Room is also well equipped on the technical front and serves as a complimentary venue to Music Hall, for here arrangements are made for the guests to enjoy live performances taking place in the latter through state-of-the-art live screening system. Setting a perfect balance between style and technology, The Delta Room is a venue to watch-out.
Swift, professional foreign currency exchange service able to handle all of the world's major currencies. Quick, on the spot service for most needs, all backed by this long-established, well-known company. International exchange rates are easily available by phone and there are other branches in the San Diego area ready to serve you. As many banks in San Diego do not handle foreign exchange, the services here can be very useful. Traveler's checks available and cashed. Other branches located in the San Diego International Airport and University Town Center at 4417 La Jolla Drive, Suite N-17.
This nationally known car rental company provides a wide range of high quality vehicles, plus it offers free pickup and delivery services.