Hotel & Area Information

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Host Hotel:
Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina
1380 Harbor Island Dr
San Diego, CA 92101,
United States

Reserve your hotel room now with special pricing for CAPA Conference attendees. Room rates on the water in San Diego often come with a high price. CAPA was able to negotiate an amazing $199 per night rate, with no resort fee for CAPA attendees! You will want to reserve your room early. The CAPA reduced rate block will surely sell out.

Fly to San Diego

The Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina is less than a mile from the San Diego International Airport! The Sheraton provides complimentary San Diego airport shuttle service to/from the airport. The courtesy airport shuttle arrives every 20-25 minutes from 4:45 a.m. – 1:00 a.m., seven days a week.

Train to San Diego

Take a beautiful, coastal train ride to San Diego instead of driving. Amtrak’s Pacific Surfliner is an easy and comfortable ride with stunning scenery, onboard amenities and other perks such as Business Class for an upgraded experience. Upon arriving at the train station in San Diego, there are cabs waiting (or call an Uber) to take you to the Sheraton for under $10.

Big Bay Shuttle

$3 hop on and off with an all-day pass! Five ADA-equipped shuttles loop from the Hilton San Diego Bayfront to the Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina, making stops along the way. Not only a great way to get around between hotels and attractions along San Diego’s Embarcadero, the Big Bay Shuttle is also a great way to tour the bay and see the sights along the way.

The Gaslamp Quarter

Guests can immerse themselves in the rich Victorian architecture and history, dine with world-renowned chefs and dance the night away at nationally-recognized nightlife venues. Tucked tightly into 16 ½ blocks, the Gaslamp Quarter is a walkable urban playground located in Downtown San Diego adjacent to the Convention Center, Petco Park and Horton Plaza.

Old Town San Diego

Old Town is the historic heart of San Diego. Created in 1769, Old Town San Diego was California’s first settlement with only a mission and a fort. Wander through lush gardens or browse at one of the many specialty shops for treasures from around the world. Indulge in authentic Mexican food at one of the many restaurants or dance to the strolling mariachis. Take a tour of a haunted building and/or visit one of the many museums. Old Town is the place for food, folklore and fun.