So you’re going to SNC 2023 to learn about what’s new and what’s next with Pulsiam products. You’ll sharpen your skills by attending exciting new classes, get to know other SafetyNet users from around the globe, hear inspiring talks from our team of industry experts, and lots more.
You’ll also have some downtime to explore the universe of Universal. Here are a few recommendations to ensure that your experience is the perfect blend of learning and fun.
Should you choose to spend your free time at the Sheraton Universal, you’ll have everything you need: awesome restaurants, an outdoor pool, hot tubs, a fitness center, and more.
Pro tip: Type Sheraton Universal into your Uber or Lyft app to get there quickly. You can also take one of the many available airport taxis. If you plan on renting a car, make sure to have the route programmed in the vehicle's GPS screen prior to leaving the airport.
You can also meander out the Sheraton’s front door, hang a left, and walk over to the world-famous Universal CityWalk. There you can sample traditional Mexican favorites like fajitas, tacos and enchiladas at Antojitos Cocina Mexicana, indulge in one-of-a-kind sweet snacks, or pick up some of the latest apparel, accessories or Universal merchandise. You can even catch a move at the place where movies are made.
Universal Cinema delivers high-tech elegance and chic sophistication, including a 7-story IMAX® with LASER theatre, making it L.A.'s ultimate movie experience!
Universal Studio Tour
Feeling a bit adventurous? Then take the Universal Studio tour.
Visit 13 city blocks on four acres of historic studio lot in the largest set construction project in studio history, built with creative consultation from Steven Spielberg himself.
You’ll laugh along with comedian Jimmy Fallon, the video host of the Studio Tour. The star of “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” introduces entertaining clips seen on HD monitors in the trams to augment the live Studio Tour guide narration.
Your adrenalin rise when “Jaws” leaps out of the water and tries to take a bite out of you. You’ll take in the smoldering wreckage of the Boeing 747 from Steven Spielberg's War of the Worlds. You can also check into the Bates Motel – and come face-to-face with King Kong in 3-D!
All this and more crammed into 60 minutes of heart-pounding adventure.