Long-Term Parking at the San Diego Airport
The San Diego Airport attracts visitors from around the world. For some, San Diego is just a stop on their international journey or is a departing location for an exotic cruise around the globe. For many of these travelers, they’ll need San Diego Airport long-term parking for their vehicle while they’re away. Here is some information about how long you can park at the San Diego Airport and how much it will cost you.
There are three short-term parking lots located outside Terminals 1 and 2, as well as the Commuter Terminal. Long-Term parking is available at two SAN parking lots with nearly 2,800 parking spaces between them. Long-term lot 1 is on Harbor Drive east of the Commuter Terminal, and lot 2 is on Pacific Highway north of the runways. Both lots offer shuttle bus service to whichever terminal you’re headed to. Parking in lot 1 costs $18 a day, and lot 2 costs $11 a day. Cash or Credit cards are both accepted. You can also select valet parking at these locations, but it will cost $36 daily.
Special parking for the disabled is available, and all parking lots are well-lit and protected by airport security guards. If you don’t want to pay these rates, a couple of good tips include getting a ride from a friend or family member to the airport, or using mass transit to get there.
If you also need accommodations before you continue your vacation expedition, reserve a room at the Marina Inn & Suites. Not only do we offer affordable accommodations for international jet setters, we have a park and fly and park and cruise option for our guests. For a nominal fee, you can enjoy long-term San Diego Airport parking in our private lot and can package this deal with your hotel stay for additional savings. For more information about our discounted hotel and long-term parking packages, contact the Marina Inn San Diego Airport hotel today.