READER POLL: What Is Your #1 Hotel Pick for SDCC 2017?

With the final confirmation from Comic-Con International that the hotel sale will take place on Wednesday, April 26, it’s time to start thinking about which hotels you’ll be ranking as your top six choices.

But what hotels will everyone else be choosing?

Through 5PM PT tomorrow, we’re asking our readers what is your #1 hotel choice for San Diego Comic-Con? We’ve broken out the options into areas — including Downtown, Mission Valley, and then everything else — and we’d love to hear from you. Although it won’t be exact science, the results should give a decent indication of which hotels are the most popular, and which will go the fastest.

After all, while this year you’re only required to submit one hotel total, you can submit up to six hotels downtown and six hotels elsewhere — and there can be a big difference between getting something two blocks away and a mile away. It’s always a good idea to add in a few “less in-demand” downtown hotels that you still like to your list — and this list may help with that process.

We’ll share the poll results at 6PM tomorrow night.

You can find the complete list of hotels, prices, and more information in this PDF.

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Which is your #1 preferred hotel near Downtown?

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Which is your #1 preferred hotel near Mission Valley?

This poll has ended.

Which is your #1 preferred hotel near the airport, Coronado Island, Shelter Island, Mission Bay, or Old Town?

Don’t forget to check out our Visual Guide to the General Hotel Sale, to familiarize yourself with the new process.

About Kerry Dixon

Kerry Dixon is Editor-in-Chief of The San Diego Comic-Con Unofficial Blog and the site's resident panel guru.
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  • Jm5150

    ugh.. i remember the days when you could just “get” a sdcc badge and just “get” the hotel you want.. Now its pure luck on both. I think im done with sdcc

  • Denz

    It is interesting, I try to balance location, room size and price. 2014 I was out in Mission Bay and it was a bit far even using the trains and shuttles, 2015 I stayed at the Hampton and it was great, a 5 minute trolley ride, price was right and breakfast bar in the AM.

    It still is awful how fans must fight for a hotel room, and scheduling the “lottery” for a midweek morning shows little regard for fans who have jobs, very disrespectful and it should be on the weekend where it would impact fewer folks with jobs.

    Either they need to find a way to get more rooms for attendees of they need to really consider other options, be it dividing event into two weeks, relocating it or issuing fewer badges.

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