Quality Suites San Diego Otay Mesa
2351 Otay Center Drive
San Diego, CA 92154-7614
Phone: (619) 661-1966
Fax: (619) 661-1776
2351 Otay Center Drive, San Diego, CA, US, 92154-7614
- Phone: (619) 661-1966
- Fax: (619) 661-1776
Agua Caliente in Tijuana is a historically rich tourist complex which has grown to be one of the most prominent entertainment centers in the city. There are few landmarks that are noteworthy such as the Agua Caliente Race Track where greyhound races have replaced horse racing. This complex also has several shopping centers, beautiful hotels and the city's only golf course.
The best place to get wet and wild is at this 32-acre water park with something for everyone. From the gentle motion of the relaxing "Sunset River," to the tots' delights at the "Tykes Trough" and "Dick's Beach House" to the full-tilt excitement of plunging over the edge of the "Solana Storm Watch Tower," this theme park has appropriate rides for people of all thrill-seeking levels. Several restaurants and gift shops are also on hand making it a perfect summertime day of fun for the whole family.
Kidville parties are legendary and hassle-free. See why Kidville is one of the most popular places for birthday parties in Chula Vista. They also offer a wide range of creative classes for babies, toddlers, and kids up to six-years old; all developed by their team of early childhood development specialists. Choose from classes in music & dance, gym, art, enrichment, and much more. Shop around at the Kidville Boutique where they carry unique toys and the coolest fashions for kids.
One of three national official sites for United States Olympic training is right here in San Diego's South Bay area. At this superior training facility, athletes receive the training they need to compete in 41 events. You are welcome to tour the facilities at no charge. Visit the U.S. Olympic Spirit Store and purchase the latest in official Olympic gear and memorabilia. All proceeds go directly to supporting Olympic athletes.
La Mona is a statue of a nude woman standing with her left hand upright, pointing towards the sky. Created by Armando Muñoz Garcia, this 18 tons statue also functions as the sculptor's home. Originally named 'Tijuana III Millennium' by Garcia, today the statue is referred by the name of La Mona, or 'The Doll'. The statue is said to have been modelled on one of Garcia's former partners and was completed in 1991. Covering five stories in height, this audacious and bold creation has somehow become a symbol of Tijuana city.
Located just outside of San Diego in the city of Imperial Beach is the beach that annually plays host to the U.S Open Sand Castle Building Contest. This popular event attracts tourists from around the world and is always a marvel to see. The promenade is lined with grassy areas, recreational activities, cafes, restaurants, beach clubs and more. During summers, university kids on vacation flock here to indulge in water sports, diving, surfing and fishing.
A full service marina that offers a variety of amenities on site, including 353 single slips, private restrooms and showers, gated parking, a yacht club, exercise room, and a barbecue area.
Nestled in San Diego's beautiful South Bay, this full service, first-class marina provides 552 boat slips and modern concrete docks with private dock boxes that can accommodate a variety of vessels.
Chula Vista has been named one of the best places in the United States to raise a family. The area has plenty of open space to the east and an undeveloped bayside waterfront to the west. No wonder the visitor information center wants to get the word out on this prosperous community dominating the South Bay region. Stop by for pamphlets, maps, event information and general insights into this up-and-coming community.
Constructed by Frank Kimball in 1887 for $30,000, these 10 individual row houses were to be used by the executives of the Santa Fe Railroad. With 12-inch thick interlocking brick walls dividing them, each apartment has a formal dining room with fireplace, kitchen, parlor with fireplace, butler's pantry and four upstairs bedrooms. Now an important part of National City's Heritage Square, each of the 10 units is privately owned and maintained.
"Considered to be a very unique part of the National Estuarine Research Reserve System," Tijuana Estuary is a small intertidal coastal estuary on the international border between California and Mexico that is primarily a shallow water habitat. One of the few salt marshes remaining in Southern California where over 90% of wetland habitat has been lost to development, the Tijuana River Estuary is "an essential breeding, feeding and nesting ground and key stopover point on the Pacific Flyway for over 370 species of migratory and native birds, including six endangered species." Tijuana Estuary offers four miles of walking trails. Border Field State Park is located in the southwestern corner of the Reserve on a bluff overlooking the ocean.
Located on the Sweetwater Marsh Wildlife Refuge, Living Coast Discovery Center is dedicated to teaching kids and adults about Southern California's wildlife. You'll be amazed at their aquarium, which contains Leopard sharks, stingrays, and Moray eels. Enjoy some bird watching or check out the reptile residents of this institution!