Offering a distinctive waterfront location, the campus has over 120,000 sq.ft. of indoor and outdoor event space located within the Marina and Bay Towers. Featuring event space with views of the bay or marina, and complimenting the hotel’s unparalleled service, a masterful culinary team will prepare specialty menus using locally sourced California produce creating a regionally inspired experience. From state of the art event facilities and outdoor space utilizing an authentic “On Site Specialty Event” or offsite local catering, the hotel will deliver an experience that will inspire and create memories for your guests.
With 73 flexible meeting spaces totaling 147,789 square feet, there’s room for every event. The Sheraton is rated highest in meeting planner satisfaction, voted San Diego’s Best Caterer, and was awarded with the prestigious Meetings & Conventions “Gold Key Award”.
Each meeting space is equipped for state-of-the-art production by our in-house AV and production services company, which will enhance the experience for your attendees. Offering permanently installed rigging points in the ballrooms, as well as dedicated bandwidth up to 100Mbps, the hotel compliment your event to facilitate thinking.
Our largest space, the Pavilion, is over 20,000 square feet and can host up to 2,000 people. Four other major ballrooms can accommodate up to 800 each. Overlooking the water, our Executive Conference Center is certified by the IACC (International Association of Conference Centers) and has seven rooms accommodating from 16 to 77 in a variety of configurations, including an intimate boardroom. The views of the bay and marina and flexible breakout space provide the ability to comfortably accommodate your event. Offering a back drop of the bay, the hedge-lined Bay View Lawn is a venue that provides an opportunity for guests to experience San Diego’s incredible year round weather, while taking care of business.
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