NOTE: Room reservations open for members on November 22, 2017 at 1pm PST.
Room reservations will be made via an integrated component of our convention registration system; all registered members (supporting and attending) will be sent a link to the reservation page.
PLEASE WAIT UNTIL BOOKINGS OPEN VIA OUR SYSTEM
Do NOT call the hotels directly! If you do, they will tell you that all rooms for our event are blocked and must be booked through a third party. That is the Passkey system we are using to coordinate all contracted rooms.
Why Book in one of our contracted hotels?
Our contracted hotels are partner hotels in Team San Jose, the public-private partnership that runs convention facilities here, including the McEnery Convention Center. By booking inside of our room block, you help Worldcon 76 meet its contractual obligations with TSJ and reduce our cost of renting the Convention Center. In addition, all our partner hotels rebate $15/room night back to Worldcon 76. Those rebate funds will also be used towards our expenses at McEnery. Thus, by booking rooms in one of our contract hotels, you help us pay for our venue two different ways!
Which hotel is the ...?
- Parties will be in the Fairmont
- Late night filk will be in the Marriott
- Late night gaming will be in the Marriott
- Both the Hilton and Marriott are directly attached to the convention center, one at each end.
Note that listed room rates are exclusive of local taxes and fees. San Jose currently charges a 10% Transient Occupancy Tax, a 4% Convention Center Facilities District Tax (CCFD), a $2.50 Hotel Business Improvement District (HBID) fee, and a $0.50 Property Based Business Improvement District (PBID) fee. The State of California charges a 0.195% Tourism Assessment
San Jose Marriott – $139/Night single/double/triple/quad
301 S Market St, San Jose, CA 95113
SJ in 2018’s headquarters hotel will not be familiar to 2002 Worldcon attendees, as it opened in 2003. The San Jose Marriott is the newest hotel connected to McEnery Convention Center. Since opening, it’s been the headquarters hotel for Further Confusion (2012-present) and hosted the 2014 SFWA Nebula Awards Weekend. Spacious rooms with beautiful views of the hills surrounding San Jose are the norm at the Marriott. While there are plenty of other places downtown to eat and drink, the Marriot’s TANQ bar and Arcadia Steakhouse are both fabulous.
The Marriott has a total of 478 rooms including 10 suites, 248 king rooms, and 201 double rooms. Accessibility is excellent.
Our main block has rooms from August 14 (Tuesday) through August 20 (Monday), with peak room commitment of 340 rooms for Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Some additional shoulder nights are available. Note that suite reservations will be administered by Worldcon 76.
Hilton San Jose – $149/Night single/double
300 S Almaden Blvd, San Jose, CA 95110
At the west end of the convention center, the Hilton San Jose is conveniently located for convention events and nightlife. The Hilton San Jose hosted the 2013 SFWA Nebula Awards Weekend, and is also a host hotel for Further Confusion. Triple rooms will $169 and Quad $189.
The Hilton San Jose has 353 rooms, including 17 suites, 117 king rooms and 294 double queen rooms. All king rooms are ADA compliant, and the hotel does have rooms with additional accommodations for hearing and mobility needs, including roll-in showers. Our main block has rooms from August 14 (Tuesday) through August 20 (Monday), with peak room commitment of 247 rooms for Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Some additional shoulder nights are available. Note that suite reservations will be administered by Worldcon 76.
Fairmont Hotel San Jose – starting at $199
170 S Market St, San Jose, CA 95113
The Party hotel will be the Fairmont, about 800 feet (244m) from the Marriott and the convention center entrance. It has enough suites and larger rooms to support the usual Worldcon evening social life. Our main block has rooms from August 14 (Tuesday) through August 20 (Monday). Our peak room commitment at the Fairmont is 450 rooms for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday (this does not include suites). Some additinal shoulder nights are available.
Standard rooms are $199 Single-Double/$224 Triple/$249 Quad Occupancy. Deluxe (larger) rooms are $239 Single-Double/$264 Triple/$289 Quad occupancy. Fairmont one-bedroom suites (bedroom plus a standard parlor) are $339. Note that suite reservations for parties will be administered by Worldcon 76.
Hyatt Place San Jose -- starting at $189
282 S Almaden Blvd, San Jose, CA 95113
The Hyatt Place San Jose is directly across the street (north) from the Convention Center. It features a free breakfast buffet. Rooms are $189 Single-Double, $209 Triple, or $229 Quad occupancy. Our main block has rooms from August 14 (Tuesday) through August 20 (Monday), with peak room commitment of 150 rooms for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Some additional shoulder nights are available
The Sainte Claire Hotel (aka Westin San Jose) -- starting at $179
302 S Market St, San Jose, CA 95113
Currently a Westin, but still sporting the historic Sainte Claire blade sign, this historic property is directly across the street (east) from the Marriott end of the Convention Center. Rooms are $179 Single-Double, $189 Triple, or $199 Quad occupancy. Note that most rooms are single/double occupancy. Our block has rooms from August 15 (Wednesday) through August 20 (Monday). We have a peak room commitment of 90 rooms for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
AC Hotel by Marriott -- starting at $179
350 W Santa Clara St, San Jose, CA 95113
The AC Hotel is about 5 blocks (3200 feet, just over a kilometer) away from the Convention Center. Rooms are $179 Single-Double, $199 Triple, or $219 Quad occupancy. Our block has rooms from August 15 (Wednesday) through August 20 (Monday)We have a peak room commitment of 100 rooms for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
Very few indoor venues still allow smoking. The McEnery Convention Center, San Jose Marriott and San Jose Hilton are all non-smoking facilities. Smoking is permitted outdoors.