The Santa Clara Convention Center is a complete meeting venue in the heart of Silicon Valley, CA just south of San Francisco off Interstate I-101 at Great America Parkway. The center's fully-equipped facilities are perfect for all sizes of meetings, trade shows, conventions, association gatherings, banquets, and special events.
Take advantage of the lowest rates available for DesignCon 2014. Book your rooms while they last!
Book by Phone
Call (800) 233-1234 or (408) 200-1234
Ask for the DesignCon special rate.
About the Hyatt Regency Santa Clara
Located in the heart of Silicon Valley, Hyatt Regency Santa Clara is attached to the Santa Clara Convention Center and just five miles from San Jose International Airport.
Book by Phone
Call (408) 235-8900 or (800) 586-5691
Ask for the DesignCon 2014 special rate. Groups of 10 or more may be required to sign a sub block agreement with the hotel.
About the Avatar Hotel
Just a mile away from the Santa Clara Convention Center and minutes from Mineta San Jose International Airport (SJC), the Avatar Hotel is a perfect portal to the vibrant technology hub of Silicon Valley.
Several DesignCon 2014 exhibitors/attendees have reported receiving telephone calls from personnel who say they are affiliated with the housing division of the DesignCon event. DesignCon contracts directly with the Hyatt Regency Santa Clara and Avatar Hotel and has not authorized any outside housing company to book rooms for the event. DesignCon has reserved a significant block of hotel rooms at the Hyatt Regency and Avatar Hotel and there is still availability. To make a reservation at the special contracted rate, please contact the hotel DIRECTLY.
From San Francisco International Airport (approximately 30 miles):
Take Highway 101 South to Great America Parkway and turn left. The hotel is located on the right at the corner of Tasman and Great America Parkway.
From Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport (approximately 5 miles):
Turn left onto Airport Boulevard, and then turn left again onto Guadalupe Parkway. Follow the signs to Highway 101 North. Guadalupe Parkway will put you onto Highway 101 North. Take Great America Parkway and turn right.
From Points North:
Take I-880 South and exit to Highway 237 West toward Mountain View. Turn left onto Great America Parkway, and then turn left into the hotel entrance. The hotel is located at the corner of Tasman and Great America Parkway.
From Points South:
Take I-880 North to Highway 101 North and exit at Great America Parkway. Turn right onto Great America Parkway. The hotel is located on the corner of Tasman and Great America Parkway.
From Points East:
Take I-5 South toward San Francisco / Los Angeles. Merge onto I-205 West toward I-580 / San Francisco; I-205 becomes I-580 West. Take the I-680 North exit toward Sacramento / San Jose, then merge onto I-680 South via the exit on the left toward San Jose. Take the Mission Boulevard West exit toward I-880 / Warm Springs District / UC Extension. Merge onto Mission Boulevard / CA-262 West, then merge onto I-880 South toward San Jose. Merge onto CA-237 West / Alviso-Milipitas Road toward Mountain View. Take the Great America Parkway exit toward Lafayette Street, turn left onto Great America Parkway.
San Jose International Airport
1701 Airport Blvd.
San Jose, CA 95110
San Francisco International Airport
San Francisco, CA 94128
Oakland International Airport
1 Airport Drive
Oakland, CA 94621
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