What’s New for Meetings in San Diego

What’s New for Meetings in San Diego

By Kelsey Ogletree, January 23, 2016

No matter where you’re from, Southern California holds a special allure. With a vibrant dining and nightlife scene, a crop of luxury hotels and meeting venues, rich cultural experiences and a strong sense of diversity, the bayside metropolis of San Diego is top of mind for many meeting professionals. More than 60 citywides met in America’s Finest City last year, and many of its neighbors—including Los Angeles—are feeling the heat to step up their game to compete. Take a look at what San Diego is doing right, and how it keeps getting better.

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