Point Loma Hostel
Making a reservation is fast and easy by using our online reservation system. Enter your desired check-in and check-out dates to check our availability. You can also email us at:
March 17th, 2012 – Kitchen will be closed from 7pm to 10pm and alcohol will be served for a National Board Meeting.
For more info contact Matt.
• Reception is closed from 10:00PM - 8:00AM
• 10.50% Lodging Tax is not included
• Non-members will be asked to buy a $3 daily membership per night upon check-in
Please note: The kitchen will be closed from 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. on Saturday March 17, 2012 for a private party. Please contact Jenny Wise for more information.
Please make sure to review the rest of our reservation policies.
- Free WiFi
- Free public street parking and bike storage
- Free breakfast
- Free coffee and tea all day
- Free personal locker in all dormitories and in the halls (bring your own lock or locks are available at the front desk)
- Free day luggage storage
- 4-10 person Dormitory Rooms (linens included)
- Private Double, Twin, and Family Rooms (linens included)
- Tempur-Pedic® mattresses
- Ping Pong Table
- Gas BBQ Grill
- Bonfire Pit
- Laundry Facilities
- Large, inviting courtyard
- Large TV room with big screen TV
- Extensive movie library
- No Curfew (24-hour access to hostel)
- 24-hour, fully equipped kitchen
(we have free public street parking)
From the airport terminal, take a right on North Harbor Dr, another right on Nimitz Blvd, and yet another right on Chatsworth, then left at Poinsettia and left again at Udall. We are a block ahead on the right. Beware! San Diego cab drivers seem to have little knowledge of the area, so give them directions. Taxies should only be about $13 from the airport (including tip).
From the East: Take I-8 all the way west. When it ends, it will dump you onto a street called Sunset Cliffs. Follow that to Voltaire, turn left. Continue up the hill to Worden and turn right. We are a block ahead on the left.
From the North: Take I-5 to the Rosecrans exit. Continue on Rosecrans. Once you get to Lytton take a right. Follow that to Voltaire, turn right. Continue down the hill to Worden and turn left. We are a block ahead on the left.
(for all routs and time tables go to www.sdcommute.com or call 1-800-commute)
*The #923 bus runs from 6am to 6:30pm Mon - Sat. (NO SUNDAY BUS). We suggest taking a taxi (about $13) if you will be arriving later or on Sunday. Please contact hostel for more details.*
San Diego's public transit system, MTS, is currently in the process of improving the San Diego trolley system. Please check the MTS website to see how these changes may affect your travel plans.
HI - San Diego, Point Loma is serviced by bus #923. The stop is located one block from the hostel on Voltaire and Poinsettia. From Voltaire take a right onto Poinsettia, then a right onto Udall Street. We are located at the end of the block in a big red building.
Train Station: (Amtrak)
Bus: From the Amtrak station walk to Broadway (the street in front of Amtrak). Pick up the #923 going to Ocean Beach. Get off at Poinsettia and Voltaire. Walk across the street down Poinsettia and turn right onto Udall. The hostel is the red building on the right.
Bus Station: (Greyhound)
Bus: From the Greyhound station walk to Broadway (the street in front of Greyhound). Pick up the #923 going to Ocean Beach. Get off at Poinsettia and Voltaire. Walk across the street down Poinsettia and turn right onto Udall. The hostel is the red building on the right.
Bus: Walk out to North Harbor Drive and catch bus #923 on the airport side of the street. Get off the bus at Voltaire and Poinsettia. Walk across the street down Poinsettia and turn right onto Udall. The hostel is the red building on the right.
In San Diego you will find buses and trolleys that take you throughout the city. Most single fare trips cost about $2.50. You can purchase a one day pass (good on all buses and trolleys) for $5. Multi-day passes are also available at the transit store on First and Broadway. For more information on San Diego public transportation, please visit http://www.sdcommute.com.
Take a look for yourself:
(To see just the Point Loma hostel skip to minute 1:43)