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Best Western Plus Bayside INN
Accommodations

NEH Summer Scholars have many options for housing in San Diego to fit all budget levels. However our popular downtown location makes finding inexpensive accommodations a challenge. To help with this, the museum has arranged for a limited room block at Best Western Plus Bayside INN.

Our room block is for 12 double Queen Bed rooms that hold 2 people (24 beds). These rooms are on a first come, first served basis and are single sex only. Participants choosing this option will have their lodging deducted directly from the NEH Stipend for the full amount. This option is only available for NEH Summer Scholars and is only reserved through the Maritime Museum of San Diego.

Session I: $62.00 per night plus tax. All rates are subject to 10.5% city tax + 2% Tourism Assessment Fee. Check in 3:00pm Sunday June 21, and Check out is 12:00 noon on Friday June 26, 2015

Session II: $68.00 per night plus tax. All rates are subject to 10.5% city tax + 2% Tourism Assessment Fee. Check in 3:00pm Sunday August 2, and Check out is 12:00 noon on Friday August 7, 2015

Best Western Plus Bayside INN - 555 West Ash Street, San Diego, CA 92101 Google map; Phone (619) 233-7500

The hotel’s ideally located in downtown San Diego, and is a 10 minute walk to the Maritime Museum. The room rate includes breakfast at the downstairs café. Participants can call the hotel for a courtesy airport shuttle.

Participants requiring their own private accommodations, additional length of stay in San Diego, or additional beds can book private rooms directly with the hotel. Call ASAP for best rates.


For the most modest and economical option, 500 West Hotel/Hostel is located within walking distance of the Museum and can be reached at 619-231-4092.


Location and Public Transportation

Click here - Transportation, Map and Directions to the Maritime Museum,

Click here - for other nearby Hotels and Motels. Note: Participants will be directly dealing with the hotel and securing their own reservations. Rates change daily and without notice.

Useful links:
• Application cover sheet
• Eligibility criteria
• Principles of Civility

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Any views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in Empires of the Wind: American Pacific Maritime Beginnings teacher workshop do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities.