San Diego adjacent Coronado Island is a travel destination that keeps gaining popularity. With two ways of accessing it, the San Diego-Coronado Bridge or ferry, it’s as close as you can get to a secluded island paradise on a peninsula near a major city. The year-round Mediterranean climate and rich history of this trendy beach town make it perfect for relaxing holidays spent lounging at a resort, or for a bit of adventure with kayaking or snorkeling or other outdoor activities. Read on for a list of the best in Coronado hotels to explore on this island.
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Coronado Beach Resort
A lively condominium-style resort, Coronado Beach Resort is right on the main street, and perfect for a family holiday. Units come with kitchenette, infant beds, and cribs, which are great options for a longer stay in larger groups. The lobby macaw, Cody, is the venue’s mascot and the delight of all guests. Entertainment options are another great point for Coronado Beach Resort – billiards tables, fitness center, hot tub, and barbecue on the roof, and if you want more, guests also have access to the pools, Jacuzzi, and basketball courts at the neighboring Lowes Coronado Bay Resort.
Loews Coronado Bay Resort
Lavish rooms, spa services, and views of the marina and bay recommend the Loews Coronado Bay Resort to visitors to the island. With nearby Jet Ski rentals for a bit more speed, and a kids program to entertain the whole family, this resort is a great choice for your stay. Even your pets will be spoiled with a warm welcome of treats and towels. If you get bored on the island, you can always take the ferry to visit San Diego sights and return to your little corner of paradise at the end of the day.
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KSL Luxury Resort Hotel del Coronado has 125 years of history to recommend it. Modern room with contemporary inspired design, top of the line services for entertainment and personal care, a full service spa, fitness centers, and multiple pools are there for all guests, along with all the bike, boat, and water sports rentals an island vacation might require. What more could you ask for? Maybe the thought that you’d be staying at the same resort Ronald Regan, Frank Sinatra, and Marilyn Monroe chose will help you decide.
1906 Lodge Coronado Beach
If you want a unique venue in Coronado, then look no further than the 1906 Lodge Coronado Beach. A mix of high-end bed-and-breakfast and boutique hotel, this venue has only seventeen rooms with different furnishings, features, and amenities based on the type you choose. Opt for a fireplace, a private patio or porch, or maybe a jetted tub is what you prefer. The business center and use of beach cruiser bicycles are also available.
La Avenida Inn
A cozy boutique hotel right next to the Coronado Beach, La Avenida Inn focuses on high-tech amenities, comfortable rooms, and relaxation around the pool area. You will pay less than the resort average for your stay, yet benefit from the just off main street location surrounded by shops, restaurants, and bars.