Military housing in San Diego is easy to find; but it’s difficult to get exactly what you want out of off base military accommodations here in San Diego. If you want to feel like you’re on vacation during your military duties in San Diego, there’s no place to compare with the tranquil escape of the resort-style military apartments at Foxwood Apartments.
Providing you with premium, off base military housing is something we take pride in and we hope you’ll enjoy these 3 great benefits to choosing Foxwood Apartments as your military home in San Diego.
You’ll feel as if you’ve been whisked away to a resort-style vacation rental as opposed to military housing when you stay at Foxwood. Our military apartments are situated on 5 acres of luscious greenbelt garden park that’s blooming with elaborate gardens, manicured landscaping, and large shade trees. The peaceful ambiance makes your stay feel like a retreat, and the year-round heated pool and spa located in the center of our accommodations will ensure you relax and feel comfortable even when you’re far away from home.
If you’re concerned about getting to base on time, you’ll love the convenient location of Foxwood Military Apartments! We’re just minutes away from the 32nd Street Naval Base and Coronado Island, so you can rest assured you’ll always have enough time to get to work. Also, the I-805 and I-5 freeways are a few blocks away from Foxwood Apartments. Simply hop on the freeway and you’ll be in downtown San Diego in 10 minutes. For excellent commutes for work and play, you’ll love the easily accessible location of Foxwood Apartments.
Did we mention that our fully furnished one- and two-bedroom military apartments are available for a special discounted rate? To show our appreciation for our military men and women, we like to offer a military discount, visit our Military Packages online to see your special rate today!
For any questions about our accommodations or special military packages, please contact us! We would be happy to help you plan your military stay here in America’s Finest City.
By selecting Foxwood Corporate Apartments in San Diego as your corporate accommodations, you will quickly fall in love with the professional, friendly service and quality business suites we provide for San Diego visitors.
Not only will you enjoy fully furnished corporate apartments, they also come with everything you could need to make your stay comfortable and relaxing. From the lush gardens to the relaxing pool and spa, the ambiance is like a country club resort in Southern California!
And when you want to go out, you’ll have close access to the major freeways and you’ll be only 2 blocks away from restaurants, shops, and the new movie theater, so you won’t feel isolated while on your business trip.
If you’re more adventurous, there are so many great things to do in San Diego from paddle boarding and surfing to windsurfing and golf! Even if you want more low-key activities, go whale watching on a charter boat from the Chula Vista Harbor or sight-see from a rooftop bar in downtown San Diego. No matter what you love to do, San Diego has many things for you to enjoy during a business stay.
You may have many options for your corporate accommodations here in San Diego, but here at Foxwood Apartments we have corporate apartments that are just as beautiful inside as they are outside. Contact us today and we’ll guide you through our corporate rental process whenever you’re ready.
Your perfect corporate housing in San Diego will be stylish, fully functioning, and completely spacious. With a full kitchen with all equipment and utensils, a TV, DVD, and other electronics, your apartment will be ready to go as soon as you arrive. Other perks? Just look online at our Corporate Apartment packages to see what’s in store for you while doing business in America’s Finest City.
The U.S. Navy released a special announcement on January 7 stating that the San Diego-based guided-missile destroyers, USS John Paul Jones and USS Preble, will be transferring to Hawaii this summer.
USS John Paul Jones will trade places with the Naval cruiser USS Lake Erie, which will come over to San Diego for a major overhaul. Following maintenance work, USS Lake Erie is scheduled to stay in San Diego until it’s needed for deployment.
USS Preble will take the place of Naval frigate USS Reuben James in Hawaii. USS Reuben James was decommissioned last July after almost 30 years of service.
The Navy would like to focus on providing more current anti-missile and anti-aircraft capabilities and systems to the surface forces in the mid-Pacific. According to the Navy, the destroyer John Paul Jones is equipped with the most advanced ballistic missile defense technology in the fleet.
The USS John Paul Jones is 505 feet long with a crew of 303 sailors. Commissioned 20 years in San Diego, USS John Paul Jones was named after a man that many considered the father of the American Navy. Jones was a Scotsman who started volunteering his services to the newly founded Continental Navy in 1775.
USS John Paul Jones was also a main ship in the film â€œBattleship.â€
The other guided-missile destroyer, USS Preble, just returned to San Diego in November from a 7-month deployment. USS Preble is named after Commodore Edward Preble, who led his squadron against Barbary pirates and formed the officer corps for the U.S. Navy during the war of 1812.
Photo Credit: Official U.S. Navy Imagery
Wanna get away in 2014? The best way to enjoy the Southern California coast is to truly experience San Diego like a native. With our short-term furnished apartments here at Foxwood Corporate Apartments, you’ll be staying in a luxurious vacation rental that feels like you’re living right at home here in San Diego!
The 130 fully furnished, one- and two-bedroom temporary apartments will certainly impress you during your short-term stay. You’ll be living in a peaceful, quiet, country club resort-like ambiance on 5 acres of stunning greenbelt garden park. The curved paths, large shade trees, and manicured gardens are all centered around the year-round heated pool and spa that’s ideal for lounging, swimming laps, catching some sun, or relaxing in the Jacuzzi. The special barbecue area is also fun for get-togethers with friends.
Aside from the fun at Foxwood Corporate Apartments, you’ll also love the interior of your temporary housing. From the spacious rooms to the designer dÃ©cor, your luxurious apartment will spare no details with household essentials and many electronics to help you live just like you would at home.
In addition to your lovely accommodations, you’ll like being conveniently located near the major I-805 and I-5 freeways with lots of restaurants, shops, a Vons supermarket, Wal-Mart, and the new movie theater are all just 2 blocks away.
Contact us today if you have any questions or need more details about our temporary apartments available at Foxwood. We’re the perfect blend of real-life living and a dream retreat, Choose Foxwood Apartments as your home in San Diego!
Sailors of the San Diego-based USS Ronald Reagan have filed a lawsuit against Tokyo Electric Power Co. after reporting radiation poisoning from the 2011 Fukushima disaster. At least 71 sailors from the U.S. Navy carrier in San Diego, most of them in their 20’s, provided 4 days of relief after the devastating 2011 Fukushima disaster and returned to the U.S. with Leukemia, thyroid cancer, brain tumors, and other health diseases.
Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO) owns and operates the Fukushima Daiichi energy plant and is being accused of downplaying the dangers that came with the onsite nuclear radiation.
Radioactive water allegedly contaminated the USS Ronald Reagan’s water supply; the same water that the crew members were drinking and using to wash their bodies and brush their teeth.
Paul Garner, attorney for the class-action sailor lawsuit stated to the New York Post: â€œWe’re seeing Leukemia, testicular cancer, and unremitting gynecological bleeding requiring transfusions and other intervention.â€
The radiation-decontamination officer that was assigned to the aircraft carrier Reagan, Senior Chief Michael Sebourn, tested the carrier and determined that radiation levels measured to be 300 times higher than what is deemed safe.
Many of the sailors said that they would joke about the radiation, considering that the risks were minimal based on the lack of concern by the Tokyo Electric Power Co. Also, one crewmember confirmed that the Reagan does have a multimillion-dollar radiation-detection system, however, the crew could not activate the system quick enough.
Initially, San Diego Judge Janis L. Sammartino dismissed the lawsuit in November but Garner and a group of attorneys refiled the lawsuit to bring justice to these suffering Navy sailors.
Photo Credit: UNC, CFC, USFK