Venue

San Jose DoubleTree by Hilton

2050 Gateway Pl, San Jose, CA 95110

San Jose’s DoubleTree by Hilton is a prime conference destination with well-designed meeting spaces and free WiFi in every room. Less than 5 minutes from the San Jose International Airport (SJC), the San Jose DoubleTree by Hilton is conveniently located for travelers and locals alike. Those traveling by air can access the free airport shuttle to and from SJC. Attendees arriving by car have easy access to Highway 101 and Route 87. CNPS has negotiated discounted self-parking rates at the hotel for conference attendees. 

Book your room, and you never have to leave the party! Accommodations at the DoubleTree are the most convenient and relaxing option, and staying onsite helps support the conference. Exclusively at the DoubleTree, CNPS has negotiated special room rates for conference attendees. 

San Jose DoubleTree Highlights

  • 5 minutes from SJC
  • Free shuttle to and from SJC
  • Easy access to major freeways
  • Discounted self-parking for attendees
  • Special room rates for attendees
  • Beautiful pool and outdoor areas
  • Fitness center
  • Restaurants onsite
  • Free WiFi in all meeting spaces

Lodging per night (Doubletree by Hilton San Jose)

Prices do not include applicable state and local taxes, and fees

Lodging per night (Doubletree by Hilton San Jose)
Prices do not include applicable state and local taxes, and fees
Single Occupancy$199
Double Occupancy$205
Triple Occupancy$220
Quadruple Occupancy$235

Rooms at the special conference rate are available on a first come, first-served basis, so these rates will be available until the block has filled, or no later than September 28, 2022. Reservations must be made when registering for the conference to receive the discounted rate.

Discounted self-parking rate for conference attendees:
$14/day – compare to regular rate of $28!

Local Attractions

In San Jose

Alum Rock Park (San Jose).  Large regional park, with beautiful oak woodland, chaparral, and riparian habitats; Santa Clara Valley Chapter habitat restoration project

Lake Cunningham (San Jose). Large native garden within regional park, established by Santa Clara Valley Chapter members in 2005.  

Santana Row / Westfield Valley Fair. West of downtown San Jose. Extensive regional malls with numerous retail stores, dining, movies, etc.

Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum / Municipal Rose Garden. Egyptian artifacts and history, across the street from historic Municipal Rose Garden.

Don Edwards National Wildlife Refuge. Alviso (North San Jose). Excellent birding opportunities at the bottom of the bay, native plant garden. Scenic trails along levees. 

Other Parks and Open Space Districts:  Dozens of parks ring the Santa Clara Valley, find more information here: Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District, Santa Clara County Parks, and Santa Clara Valley Open Space Authority

Further out from San Jose

Castle Rock State Park. Great fall location and easy to get to from the charming town of Saratoga. Oaks, redwoods, knobcone pines. 

Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park.  Old-growth redwoods and associates, great fall location.  

UC Santa Cruz Arboretum and Botanic Garden. Large assemblages of plants from Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and California. 

Lick Observatory, Mt Hamilton. Scenic drive east of San Jose into the remote Diablo Range.  Spectacular views, historic observatory, and interesting post-fire landscape.

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