Not many people know very much about Chula Vista, even though it is the second-largest city in the San Diego metropolitan area and the 75th largest in the whole of the US. It sits just 7 miles from the Mexican border and has a population of 275,000. The name is Spanish for “Beautiful View”.
The city has a semi-arid climate with temperatures in the summer reaching into the high 70’s and average lows of 45°F in January. One of the main activities in the city is tourism, and there is plenty to see and do. There are several golf courses, and numerous dining, shopping, and cinema experiences. In South Bay, there are multiple marinas and it is home to the Chula Vista Yacht Club. There are also plenty of opportunities for sports fishing and whale watching. In addition, there is the Chula Vista Nature Center which has exhibits of sharks, rays, water birds, birds of prey, insects, and flora.
If you are sent to Chula Vista on an assignment for any length of time you may well want to stay in a Chula Vista serviced apartment. We can help you at Key Housing. This is so much better than staying in a cramped hotel bedroom for weeks or months on end, and it has the benefit of being a lot less expensive too.
Hotels Can Become Very Tedious, even in SoCal
Most people can deal with staying in a hotel for a week or two, but any longer than that can become very tedious. The problem is that after a while you can tell what day of the week it is just by looking at the dinner menu! Not only that, but there are so many extras. Certainly, a hotel may do your laundry but will charge you an arm and a leg. Often you will get charged for parking and, in some instances, hotels will charge extra for Wi-Fi. As for the prices in the bar, it is better not to think about them.
A Chula Vista serviced apartment is so much better because you can come and go as you please. Parking is often included and there may be such things as a swimming pool, tennis courts, access to a gym, a sauna, and more.
Of course, another advantage of a Chula Vista serviced apartment is that you can choose whatever you like for dinner and so on. There’s no fixed menu as there is in a hotel. And if you want a bottle of vino or three you just pay liquor store prices rather than hotel prices.
So if you are coming to Chula Vista and need short-term housing, talk to us at Key Housing.