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The Place to Re-energize

You will be comfortable in the resort’s newly redecorated guest rooms. And the convention center has a new modern look. There is a spa for anyone in need of pampering.  A golf course is located adjacent to the resort. Fashion Valley Outlet Mall is next door where shopping and dining options are conveniently located.

Be sure to visit the resort concierge desk in the hotel lobby to seek tourist advice and brochures. 

 

At a Glance

  • The Hotel Resort fee is complimentary.
     

  • Guest room wifi, coffee, newspaper (available at the front desk) and fitness center access is complimentary.
     

  • Complimentary hotel shuttle service to Riverwalk Golf Club, Fashion Valley Center, Old Town Mission Valley Center available daily 10:00 a.m. – 7:00 pm, based on availability. (Located at the front desk.)
     
  • Preferred guest pricing on Super Shuttle airport transportation. (The hotel is a 10 minute drive from the San Diego International Airport.)

Ammenities

  • 917 guestrooms
  • 2 restaurants
  • 3 outdoor pools
  • Breakfast available
  • Free shopping center shuttle
  • Fitness center
  • Conference center
  • Area shuttle
  • 24-hour front desk
  • Coffee/tea in a common area
  • Air conditioning
  • Free WiFi
  • Self parking
    • $10 per day for in-house guests and $15 per day for local drive-ins.

Hotel Guest Room Updates

  • New bed/mattress packages/pillows

  • New comforter

  • New bed socks/bed throws
  • Keurig coffee makers
  • Stainless accents
  • Updated drapes
  • Town and Country Hotel has recently completed an upgrade to their entire Convention Center.

Town and Country Hotel has recently completed an upgrade to their entire Convention Center.

Checking In

Hotel check-in time is 3:00PM pm and check-out is 11:00 am.

During InspectionWorld, hotel guests will check in at the hotel front desk situated inside the Town and Country Convention Center in the Atlas Foyer. This location is adjacent to the InspectionWorld registration desk.

Guests will access Fashion Valley Road to the Town and Country Convention Center entry.

 
 
 

Reminder

Please be aware of scam hotel booking operations that may call you directly to offer discounted room rates. We encourage booking your room only through the hotel link provided. 

 
 
 
 
 
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 “America’s Finest City”

Known as America’s Finest City, San Diego definitely lives up to its nickname – it’s an interesting and fun place to visit. Plan on spending extra days to discover what San Diego has to offer.

 
 
 
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Travel on the Light Rail

Quick, Clean and Simple

The resort is a stop on San Diego’s light rail transportation Green Line. Travel anywhere in and around the city to all tourist sites and interesting spots.

 
 
 
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Ride the Old Town Trolley

Hop On and Off

The resort is a stop on San Diego’s light rail transportation Green Line. Travel anywhere in and around the city to all tourist sites and inte

Take a day tour and take your time to see the best of San Diego sights as well as visit Coronado Island. Frequent pickups at all 11 stops help you avoid walking long distances to all popular attractions, shops and restaurants. Visit the San Diego Zoo and Safari, Balboa Park, and USS Midway Museum and Seaport Village and Coronado Island.  Beach tours are available daily.

Pick-up and return at the hotel. Advance ticket purchase available at the Town and Country Resort.

 
 
 
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Cruisin’ on the Bay

a View From the Bridge and Back

The only way for you to get an idea of how important the waterfront is to San Diego is to travel on San Diego Bay. Cruise by huge Navy ships, the downtown skyline, and under sweeping Coronado Bay Bridge. One or two hour cruises offered.

 
 
 
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Tour the Midway Aircraft Carrier

After the cruise, spend a few hours exploring the USS Midway Museum. With more than 30 restored aircraft, and nearly 10 acres of exhibits and displays, the Midway brings you the most complete cross-section of carrier aviation in the world. From high up on the bridge down to the main engine room, taking you on a unique warship journey that engages the sights, sounds, and aromas of this symbol of American freedom. 

 
 
 
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San Diego Eats and Streets

Fine Dining in the Finest City

Quickly travel by light rail trolley to neighborhoods where you will find fine restaurants and shops to enjoy.

  • Little Italy -  “Cool neighborhood” offers several wonderful restaurants to choose from in a busy environment
     
  • Seaport Village – Great city and harbor views are plentiful. Stroll through the shop area and dine along the water’s edge.
     
  • Gaslight Quarter – Enjoy restored architecture, many fine restaurants and pubs
     
  • Old Town – Tour the historic buildings, many shops and enjoy authentic Mexican cuisine