Park at Hotel

Safely park your car at the hotel for your entire trip - at no extra cost.

Sleep Soundly

Stay at the hotel the night before or after your trip.

Shuttle to Airport

A shuttle will take you to the airport and pick you back up when you return.

Discounted Rates for Long Term Parking

Our special promotions save you money when you stay 7 days or more!

Hotel & Parking Package Savings

Staying at a hotel & leaving your car parked there can save you money due to cheaper daily prices.

Parking Only - Long Term Discounts

Some parking lots will have discounted prices when you stay for 7 days or longer.

All SAN Airport Parking Lots

Fox Auto Parks (SAN)
Excellent(5.0, 39 Reviews)
1.2 miles from SAN
Free Shuttle
Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina Bay Tower
Excellent(4.9, 7 Reviews)
1.0 miles from SAN
Free Shuttle
Aladdin Airport Parking
Excellent(4.6, 365 Reviews)
1.4 miles from SAN
Free Shuttle
San Diego Airport Parking (SAN)
Excellent(4.5, 102 Reviews)
3.1 miles from SAN
Free Shuttle
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SAN Airport Parking Summary
Number of options:9
Nearest to SAN:Wyndham San Diego Bayside
Most popular:WallyPark Airport Parking Garage SAN
Alternative options:SAN Hotel + Parking Package

Top Hotels Near SAN with Long Term Parking Packages

Sheraton San Diego Hotel and Marina
Excellent(4.7, 72 Reviews)
0.6 miles from SAN
Package Includes Parking
Airport Shuttle Included
Free Cancellation

The Sheraton San Diego Hotel and Marina is your perfect choice for a ParkSleepFly stay. Located adjacent to the airport and 2 miles from the B Street Cruise Ship Terminal, you are all set to get to your departure point wit... read more

San Diego (SAN) Airport Guide

If you are flying out of the San Diego Airport, then you need to take a look at to find the best long-term parking rates available. Make sure to book early because these San Diego Airport parking lots often fill to capacity. You will be forced to pay the higher on-airport parking rates when they do.

On the other hand, if you are catching a red-eye morning flight or need to commute from outside the vicinity, then consider arriving the day before and staying in a hotel while leaving your car in long-term parking. Our Park Sleep Fly package deal entitles you to a hotel stay, SAN Airport parking and a shuttle to your terminal. You will not believe the rates on these affordable packages.

What Travelers Love About the San Diego Airport

Travelers love the art created by local artists placed at strategic places around the airport. In addition to art that is permanently at the airport, it hosts frequent exhibitions along with performances by top local musicians and dance troops. Looking at this art and listening to the bands is a great way to spend time before you catch your flight at the San Diego Airport.

Others love the four lounges at the airport. In fact, many call the Airspace Lounge located in Terminal 2 the best airport lounge in the United States. Breakfast is particularly outstanding, although their sandwich platters and antipasto later in the day are also delicious. Free sodas all day make this a great place to hang out. This lounge has upgraded showers that are sure to help you feel better.

If you find yourself lost in the San Diego Airport or have some type of emergency situation, then it is easy to get help. The airport maintains two information desks but making it even better are the volunteers who roam the airport in green t-shirts with airport information printed clearly on their backs. These knowledgeable volunteers are some of the best people in the world, and they are equipped with many resources to assist you.

What Travelers Do Not Like About San Diego Airport

Despite San Diego's amazing weather, this airport has only an average on-time rate. Therefore, you may have to wait longer than expected to catch your flight. Keep this fact in mind if you are thinking of making tight connections later in your itinerary.

While the government has not released any data, it seems like it takes longer to go through security at this airport. Therefore, make sure that you leave plenty of time allowing you to catch your flight on time.

Fun Things to Do at the San Diego Airport

In addition to listening to the music and seeing the art, there are rocking chairs throughout the airport that are great places to sit and people watch.

Wine lovers will want to check out Beaudevin...All the Beauty of Wine because they carry an amazing selection of wines from around the world at a very reasonable cost. In fact, some flyers make sure that San Diego Airport is on their itinerary so that they can stock up here.

Families can make arrangements to take a behind the scenes tour. Wether families take the tour or not, they should make their way to see the 9-foot wave built of Lego blocks at the entrance to Kids Love San Diego. This is also a great place to see the wooden sailboats built in San Diego.

History of San Diego Airport

The original airport on this site was built in 1928. It was called Lindbergh Field and played an instrumental role during World War II.

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