2023 National Planning Conference

Hotel & Travel

San Diego, California | April 30–May 3, 2022

Online | May 18–20, 2022

Southern California is known for its sandy beaches and warm climate but there's more to San Diego than the surf. The second-largest city in California boasts lush parks, rolling terrain and vibrant neighborhoods with diverse culture.
 

Experience Our Host City

Everything's Here

There is so much to see and do in the San Diego area. The region's rich culture is exemplified in its world-class parks, museums, restaurants, and neighborhoods.

Conference Hotel

Hotel blocks are at capacity. Check in with them often as reservations are updated frequently and rooms do become available.

If you are still unsure of where to stay, visit Gaslamp District Hotels to find hotels in the area.

Marriott Marquis San Diego — Headquarters Hotel

Single/Double $289

333 W. Harbor Drive
San Diego, CA 92101
619-234-1500

Sold Out

The rate above does not include state and local taxes, which are currently 12.7% plus the $0.77 per room per night commerce fee. All reservations require a credit card guarantee.

Residence Inn

Residence Inn San Diego Downtown Gaslamp

Single/Double $249

356 6th Avenue
San Diego, CA 92101
619-487-1200

Sold Out

The rate above does not include state and local taxes, which are currently 12.7%. All reservations require a credit card guarantee.
 

Moxie

Moxy San Diego Downtown Gaslamp Quarter

Single $189

831 6th Avenue
San Diego, CA 92101
619-239-6699

Sold Out

The rate above does not include state and local taxes, which are currently 12.7%. All reservations require a credit card guarantee.

Omni San Diego

Omni San Diego
 

Single/Double $239

675 L St
San Diego, CA 92101
619-231-6664

Sold Out

The rate above does not include state and local taxes, which are currently 12.7%. All reservations require a credit card guarantee.

Hotel Map

 

Travel

San Diego is ready for you. Here is the information you need to make your way to the convention center and explore the region.

Things to Do

Get Active

The warm climate makes outdoor activities a must while you're in town. Whether you are taking in the shoreline or hiking the mountains, there is plenty to get your blood pumping.

  • Recently rated as one of the top 10 parks in the United States, Balboa Park has 16 unique gardens and over 2,400 rose bushes. It is also home to 15 museums and theaters as well as the famous San Diego Zoo.
  • Lace up your hiking boots and hit the trails. Visit Torrey Pines State Park for some of the best coastal scenic hikes in the U.S. If you want a little more of a challenge, Cowles Mountain is nearby as well.
  • Getting around the area is easy. San Diego hosts many options for dockless scooters and bike rentals. Just remember to ride safely, and always wear a helmet.

Arts & Culture

The cultural experiences waiting for you in San Diego are extensive. For years, the region has grown a creative community, and they are excited for you to explore the region's vast offerings.

  • Take a walk along the embarcadero, and cast your eyes on the massive Navy ships in the harbor. Tour the USS Midway Museum, and see more than 60 exhibits.
  • Are you a movie and photography enthusiast? Spend some time at the Museum of Photographic Arts (MOPA) while in town. The museum boasts collections of more that 850 artists.
  • The Barrio-Logan neighborhood is home to more that 70 historic murals that colorfully tell the tale of the community. One of the landmarks of this diverse community is a gallery located under a series of freeway overpasses in Chicano Park.

Food

While San Diego is known for its great Mexican cuisine, which you can find throughout the city, the culinary diversity of the area will surprise you. From seafood to fine French dining—San Diego has it all. Some of the oldest brick-and-mortar restaurants are serving up the finest gastronomic experiences in the region while food trucks woo customers with options that range from burgers and sushi to waffles and everything in between.

  • Grab breakfast at Las Cuatro Milpas, a homestyle Mexican eatery that has been around since the early 1930s. Be sure to bring cash.
  • If you are up for a little work while you dine, visit the Turf Supper Club, and grill your own steak. This little gem is located in the Golden Hill neighborhood.
  • Since you are on the coast, you should definitely visit The Fishery for the best fresh, sustainably caught and in-season fish and seafood.

City Guide

Looking for more? Get it from the locals.

The NPC22 Destination Host Team has put together a city guide tailor-made for conference attendees that will explore the area offering suggestions for sightseeing, local beaches, dining and so much more.

Explore the San Diego Area