Remaining San Diego Comic-Con Hotels Now Open

Did Hotelpocalypse do you wrong, and you’re now wondering if you need to sleep in the Hall H line every night?

Well, don’t stress, because Comic-Con International and onPeak have opened the remaining inventory of hotels up for anyone, regardless of if you were on the waitlist or not.

Now, these aren’t downtown hotels – but there are plenty of options available further out. When searching for a Wednesday-Sunday reservation during the convention, at time of press, we see 10 hotels with availability, ranging from $194 per night at the Town & Country Resort to $279 per night at the Hilton San Diego Mission Valley. All except The Dana on Mission Bay are on the shuttle route.

The only catch is that the full deposit deadline is past. If you decide to book and need to cancel between now and June 6, you’ll still get one night of your two-night deposit back – but if you cancel after that, rooms are non-refundable.

If you’ve been needing a hotel – now is the time to book.

About Kerry Dixon

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

  • Monica Kaufer

    I have booked July 18-23 in the Gaslight Quarter Hotel and my reservation is non-refundable but I can transfer it. I can’t come this year and would like to see if anyone wants to purchase my reservation.