San Diego Tango Marathon

2-4 August 2019

Lodging

The marathon venue is NOT a hotel!

Several walk-able hotels are having sales with lower prices than the premium hotels listed below

Hotel suggestions for those without cars. This is a partial list.

Walking Distance
(Premium Hotels)
Short Trolley Ride
(Budget Hotels)
Navy
(Military Only)

many private rentals are available through:

Hotel Map
Location of hotels

San Diego is a world class vacation destination: there are several premium hotels (and one student hostel) within a 15 minute walk of the marathon venue.

We also list motels in a lower price range a 15 minute Trolley (light rail) ride away - These are located next to the E Street Trolley station. The Trolley runs till about midnight. For Uber/Lyft rides, these hotels are 6 miles from the main venue.

For dancers with cars, there are countless places to stay.

We have also included two Navy Hotels that are available to Active/Reserve/Retired members of the armed forces, and certain government employees.

We do not list rates here because they change and won't be the same when you search. Third party services often provide cheaper rates than booking with the hotel directly. A Google search for nearby hotels will provide a list of these services.

 

 

Walking Distance Hotels (top)

4 Premium Hotels (and one Student Hostel) all less than 0.6 miles (about a 12 minute walk) from the venue

Omni San Diego

Omni San Diego

675 L St
(619) 231-6664

Lucky D Hostel

Students: Lucky D Hostel

615 Eighth Ave
(619) 595-0000
  • For Students Only
  • Dorms and private rooms
  • Student ID Required

 

 

Nearby Budget Motels (top)

They are a 15 minute Trolley (light rail) ride south of the main venue on the Blue Line. This is 6 miles by freeway. All of these motels are directly adjacent to the station.
15 Minutes by Trolley
6 miles by car



 

 

Navy Hotels (top)

Only available to Active/Active Reserves/Spouses and certain government employees. If you qualify, you probably already know.

They are a short walk from the Pacific Fleet Station on southbound Blue Line Trolley.