Kidney Week 2021: San Diego Information
In addition to year-round sunshine and near-perfect weather, San Diego is home to 70+ miles of sparkling coastline, friendly locals, a vibrant downtown and an endless assortment of unique neighborhoods to explore. Beaches, museums, attractions, parks, recreation, nightlife and much more are located just steps from the Convention Center.
Across the street from the Convention Center in the exciting Gaslamp Quarter, is the city's premier dining, shopping, and entertainment area. From top-flight steakhouses and diverse fare, dinner clubs to jazz bars, over 100 restaurants - intermingled with dance and drink - are all situated within blocks of each other. The best part: all this is within walking distance of the convention center and along San Diego Bay. Experience Major League Baseball action at the 42,000-seat PETCO Park, home of the San Diego Padres or enter a floating city at sea on the USS Midway Aircraft Carrier Museum, along the Embarcadero. For more information about nearby attractions, please visit the San Diego Tourism Authority's website.
Food & Drink
Called one of "America's best cities for foodies," by Travel & Leisure magazine, San Diego's culinary scene is a burgeoning, vibrant mix of locally inspired flavors, from delightfully simple to sophisticated and artful. Explore San Diego's hundreds of restaurants, wineries, breweries and distilleries here.
The average temperature for San Diego in November is a 70-degree high and a 54-degree low.
Convention Center Parking
On-site private vehicle parking is available at the San Diego Convention Center's 1,950-vehicle underground garage located below the building. Enter the parking garage on Harbor Drive between First Ave. and Salida Loop.
- The daily rate varies depending on event activity. Parking rates may range from $15 to $30 and are subject to change.
- Payment is due upon entry and there are no in and out privileges.
Parking in Downtown San Diego
There is a 2,000-space parking structure directly across the street from the Convention Center, on the corner of Harbor and 8th Avenue.
Off-site parking is available at numerous nearby parking lots and garages in Downtown San Diego, many are within walking distance of the Center. Lots and garages are individually owned and operated, prices vary by location.
For additional city information, please visit the San Diego Tourism Authority's website at www.sandiego.org.