More Coronado Hotels
When someone emails in to say that they’d like to stay on the beach in a nice, big resort with lots of amenities, Hotel del Coronado, Curio Collection by Hilton is the only answer in San Diego. I’m going to tell you everything you need to know before you check in.
The Best Way to Make Hotel del Coronado Reservations
Due to continued renovation at the resort, you will book into the Victorian Building or the Cabana Building. Ocean Towers rooms are closed for renovation and new buildings are being constructed next to them.
The best ways to make a Hotel del Coronado reservation, speaking from extensive experience with this particular hotel, are via Virtuoso or Hilton. Virtuoso is only accessible via a luxury travel advisor where you have special access to value-added amenities, which include daily buffet breakfast, $100 spa credit, room upgrades, and more.
While the spa is closed, the $100 spa credit becomes a $100 food and beverage credit that you can use in the dining outlets or for a Daily Roast. Also, breakfast is temporarily not a buffet but rather a la carte at Sheerwater restaurant. You will receive two $30 breakfast vouchers per night.
Through my affiliation with Cadence, I’m pleased to offer Hotel del Coronado with Virtuoso amenities that include:
- Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability (room upgrades are not possible in Beach Village)
- Daily breakfast, for up to two in-room guests
- $100 USD Equivalent Spa Services credit (while the spa is closed, this is a food and beverage credit)
- Early check-in/late check-out, subject to availability
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
More often than not, the Virtuoso rate puts you ahead of what’s available elsewhere and I can handle any special requests on your behalf. Use the button below to book online with these benefits (do not enter children into the search as it will price them as adults – I’ll add the kids on later). I’ll be notified after you submit and will reach out to answer any questions and help coordinate your stay.
*If on a mobile device, scroll to the bottom of the page and click “Full Site” to access rates and booking.
If you are eligible for AAA, Military or Hilton Honors or rare discounted rates that outweigh Virtuoso benefits, you can book through Hilton.com. I’d check both sites.
Hotel del Coronado Reopening: What to Expect Now
Hotel del Coronado is open with a reduced capacity and modified offerings. You can read more about what to expect, but here are a few highlights.
Guests will be required to wear face coverings in the hotel’s public areas with the exception of the beach and pool when a distance of 6′ or more from other guests is maintained.
Check-in has been moved to the Victorian Building’s courtyard but guests are encouraged to check-in and out using Digital Key on the Hilton app.
Only self-parking is available at $40/night plus tax. Housekeeping will not be allowed to enter your room after you’ve checked in and in-room dining is temporarily unavailable.
The Hotel del Coronado Renovation Is Still Ongoing
Hotel del Coronado’s $400 million renovation has been 18 years in the making and should wrap up by the end of 2022. I keep a keen eye on how it impacts the guest experience (or doesn’t).
What’s been completed so far has been fantastic. It started with practical enhancements like putting the parking lot underground and installing wheelchair access. New dining outlets like On the Rocks and Beach + Taco Shack opened. The signature restaurant received an overhaul, reopening as sea-to-table, Serea. Most recently, the Main Pool reopened completely rejuvenated with new cabanas. The new Cabana rooms are open and some have fire pits.
Projects currently in process include the spa renovation, the transformation of The Ocean Towers into The View (fully renovated rooms, exterior, and common areas), the addition of 142 new residential-style accommodations, and revitalization of the front entrance.
Rest assured that my Virtuoso bookings will be placed in the best rooms possible to avoid any disruption.
I am in direct communication nearly every day now. I will continually update this post with how the renovation impacts (or doesn’t impact) the guest experience.
How to Choose Hotel del Coronado Rooms and Suites
The Ocean Towers Building is closed for an exciting transformation into “a pre- and post-adventure outpost for active guests” that should reopen in 2021. So, these rooms and suites are unavailable for booking.
This means your options are the rooms and suites across the Victorian Building and California Cabanas. You’ll choose between nearly 30 different Hotel del Coronado rooms and suites across both buildings. I’ve broken down each option and provided a handy map to help you make your decision.
You’ll first want to narrow down which building to choose. The choice is easy if you’re looking at suites because all are currently located in the Victorian Building. Or, you can choose suites and villas in Beach Village.
Due to the renovation, this Hotel del Coronado map will change a little bit (the main entrance is being relocated) but it does give you an idea of where the main buildings and amenities are located.
Take a second to view the location of these buildings on the map below, outlined in red.
Again, if your stay falls between now and December 2020, please book into the Victorian Building or California Cabanas due to new building construction near the Ocean Towers.
Victorian Building Rooms and Suites
Victorian Building rooms have the hallmarks of a historic hotel like creaky, uneven floors, and smaller bathrooms. This charm though is why many people prefer these Hotel del Coronado rooms. No two accommodations are exactly alike.
I quite enjoyed a recent stay in an Ocean View King Victorian Studio Suite which had a layout in reverse of what is pictured above (the living room was by the window).
Victorian Building ocean view rooms and suites overlook the resort out to the ocean.
I like sitting on the patio and sort of getting lost in the buzz of the resort. If you want more ocean in your view, the higher floors of the Cabana Building will have this.
Some Victorian Building rooms have balconies or terraces, but you are not guaranteed to have one in your room. If a balcony is important to you, request it at time of booking. Partial Ocean View Victorian Rooms do not have balconies.
Cabana rooms received a beautiful design upgrade, with some first floor rooms featuring outdoor fire pits, chaises, and cabanas for soaking in the California sunshine.
TIPSome Cabana rooms overlook Ocean Towers refurbishments and will be labeled as property enhancement view. Do not book these.
My new favorite Hotel del Coronado rooms are the Cabana Ocean View Terrace Fire Pit rooms. These rooms open up to your own private covered terrace and grassy area with a fire pit. The sand is just a few paces from your patio so it’s more or less direct Coronado beach access. Awesome.
The Cabanas are closest to the Main Pool and steps from the beach. This building is an excellent location for families and those who want to be close to both the beach and the Hotel del Coronado pool.
Some rooms in The Cabanas border busy public areas, but some people think this is a fair trade-off especially if they have young kids who don’t want to walk very far.
KING ROOMS SLEEP FOURKing rooms in The Cabanas now have queen-sized sofa sleepers. A family of four can sleep in king rooms! Double queen rooms do not have sofa sleepers and can not have rollaway beds (due to local fire codes).
Ocean Towers (Soon to Be The Views)
This building is off to the side of the Main Pool (you can see its orange roof and curtained windows behind The Cabanas buildings in the photo above). It’s getting a much-needed overhaul that will include new floor-to-ceiling windows and banish the dated exterior that it has now.
Guestrooms will transform into white, bright sanctuaries with coastal color accents. The name will switch to The Views because this building offers some pretty panoramic ocean views from the top floors.
If you read older Hotel del Coronado reviews, the people who are unhappy were mostly located in this building which has bordered the pool and Cabanas renovations for quite some time. It also didn’t have the same character as the Victorian Building.
View Types to Choose From
Rooms and suites in the Victorian Building come with the following views:
- Resort View
- Partial Ocean View
- Ocean View
The Cabanas views include:
- Resort View
- Pool View
- Partial Ocean View
- Ocean View
- Terrace Fire Pits
- Partial Ocean View Fire Pits
- Ocean View Terrace Fire Pits
- Property Enhancement View (you may see construction and hear construction noise in these rooms but they are priced lower)
Resort View can overlook some lovely greenery but also a wall or a parking lot. If what you see out the window is important to you, book Partial Ocean View, Pool View, or Ocean View.
Hotel del Coronado Rooms for Larger Families
The maximum occupancy for rooms at Hotel del Coronado is four people of any age. If your family is larger, look to these options.
Connecting rooms: They can be requested but are not guaranteed. Connecting rooms can be a king room to a double queen room in the same view type.
Junior Suites: The Hotel del Coronado has one of the best rooms for families with two adults and four kids. It’s the Double Queen Victorian Studio Suite which can sleep six people across two queen beds and a queen sofa sleeper. This junior suite is also popular with families of four traveling with two kids who don’t want to share a bed. Victorian Studio Suites come with Resort Views or Ocean Views.
I recommend the King Victorian Studio Suite (king bed and a queen sofa sleeper) to families of four with parents who prefer to sleep in a king bed.
Do realize that these are junior suites with no wall separation between the living area and a bedroom. Junior suites are in high demand so it is best to book them as soon as possible.
Suites: If you prefer a bedroom that is separated from the living area, you need to book the Victorian Suite or higher. These larger suites can also suit families of five between a sofa bed and rollaway (an extra charge applies for the rollaway).
Rollaway beds: $25/night fee
Beach Village at The Del
For those who would like the most luxurious beach vacation possible, make reservations at Beach Village at The Del.
The exclusive private enclave adjacent to Hotel del Coronado is only accessible by Beach Village guests. Conversely, Beach Village guests have access to everything on the Main Resort, including the Main Resort pool.
Designer villa rooms and suites go up to three bedrooms. Rates here typically start at $799/night plus tax and resort fee and are significantly higher during peak season.
Beach Village at The Del has its own check-in and amenities so I’ve written separately about why Beach Village at The Del may be a fit for you.
When making a Beach Village at The Del booking, look at Hilton Honors Semi-Flex rates (if available) but know that I can add Virtuoso benefits to Beach Village bookings at Hilton’s Best Available Rate. If you are wondering which rate is best for you, submit your dates and I can tell you.
Hotel del Coronado Activities
Plan to spend a decent amount of time at the resort because there is quite a bit to do. You’ll receive an event calendar in your room but can also check it online in advance of your stay. The following are some of my favorite things to do with my family when we stay at Hotel del Coronado.
Del Beach offers guests the ability to rent lounge chairs, cabanas, and cabanettes in a full-service area with a menu of sandwiches, salads, snacks, and drinks (including adult beverages). It’s a lovely way to spend a beach day. Beach rentals are offered daily, however, food and drink service seems to be seasonal.
The Hotel del Coronado beach is called Coronado Central Beach. It’s enormous, so note that if you do choose a Del Beach rental, you won’t be able to see kids playing in the water from the cabanas and cabanettes. However, they will set up smaller chairs and umbrellas at the water’s edge, if you ask.p
Fun Fitness Classes
Opt for the morning spinning or beach yoga. Have you ever wanted to try a mermaid fitness class? Here, you can put on a tail for a surprisingly robust pool workout. Fitness classes on the beach also include boot camp, pilates, fitness walk, and meditation.
These classes may require an additional fee, however, the gym (when it’s open) is complimentary, open 24 hours, and offers private personal training.
Hotel del Coronado Pools
The Main Pool has been completely refreshed and is heated to 82 degrees year-round. In addition to complimentary lounge chairs and towels, guests can reserve shaded private cabanas for up to eight people. These luxury seating areas have 2-4 lounge chairs, an L-shaped sofa, mini-refrigerator with soda and snacks, and a fruit bowl though you can order additional food and drinks. Seating around the pool maintains an appropriate distance between travelers.
There are a couple of requirements. Guests need to grab a new wristband daily to use the pool, and they enforced a kids’ break policy (though I’ve been told this isn’t always the case during off-peak season). Kids are required to take a short pool break at 11 a.m., 1 p.m., 3 p.m., and 5 p.m. to use the restroom, rehydrate, re-apply sunscreen, grab a snack, etc. There is no lifeguard on duty.
A small spa pool is available to spa guests, too, but it’s closed with the spa.
Watersports, Bike Rentals, and Boat Rentals
The resort offers a variety of rental options to help keep your whole family entertained during your stay. Private surf and SUP lessons can be arranged year-round (though they can be canceled in poor weather or when the surf isn’t cooperating). Group surf lessons and surf kids’ camps are offered seasonally, too.
It’s also possible to rent a boogie board, surfboard, SUP board and paddle, wetsuits, kayaks, and more to head out on your own for the day at Del Watersports.
Bike rentals are a must-do as Coronado is fantastic when explored by bike. The boardwalk in front of the hotel is perfect for a surrey ride. You’ll usually find these rentals at PeDels in front of the Ocean Towers but they’ve been moved behind the resort temporarily due to the renovation.
Take a short walk off of resort to Coronado Boathouse at Glorietta Marina for speedboat rentals, sailing, jet-skiing, and other fun options. Seaforth Boat Rentals is also right across the street.
DelVentures Kids’ Club (Temporarily Closed)
Kids’ clubs are hard to find at San Diego hotels, but Hotel del Coronado offered DelVentures for kids ages 4–12. It was an evening supervised kids’ program that ran daily between 6–9 p.m. so that parents could enjoy a private dinner on the resort. Various 50-minute programming ran throughout the week.
There is no DelVentures programming on the calendar right now because of space constraints due to the renovation but we’ll be sure to revise this when there is an update.
The other upshot to DelVentures, when it is on offer, is that guests who are coming only to enjoy dinner or the spa at the resort can use it, too.
Beach Roasts (Available Now)
I highly recommend booking a Daily Roast during your Hotel del Coronado stay. They’ll set up a private fire pit and s’mores for up to eight people on the beach in front of the hotel. Just reserve your fire pit in advance during one of the two offered evening times. It’s a lovely opportunity to watch the sunset and enjoy the beachfront location.
During a normal summer, guests look forward to seasonal clam bakes, beach movies, and even more outdoor activities.
Come winter, no San Diego hotel is more festive during the holidays than Hotel del Coronado with its gorgeous Christmas tree, annual ornament tradition, beachside ice skating rink, and more.
It’s busier in the common areas during this time of year, but it is a lot of fun. We always head down to enjoy the winter programming, and many people check-in to the hotel just to experience it.
Hotel del Coronado Restaurants
The hotel’s food and beverage program recently went through a revamp that has been well-received.
Please note: Dining is temporarily modified to outdoor-only. In-room dining is also unavailable.
Note: The buffet is temporarily on pause.
Sheerwater usually offers nearly all-day dining (breakfast, lunch, dinner though closes for a few hours in the late afternoon) with a California Cuisine menu full of seafood, sandwiches, salads, and more. Right now, Sheerwater is open only for breakfast on its rather expansive patio.
Sunday Brunch at the Crown Room (on Pause)
The legendary Hotel del Coronado brunch happens on Sundays in the gorgeous Crown Room. If your stay overlaps a Sunday, I highly recommend reserving this experience in advance. We’re talking about gourmet Bloody Mary bars, made-to-order mimosas, gorgeous dessert bars, seafood towers, and everything that a genuinely fabulous opulent brunch should have.
Note: If you are booking in with complimentary breakfast, the credit can’t be applied toward Sunday brunch in the Crown Room.
The newest Hotel del Coronado restaurant, Serea, is just what the resort needed. Here, guests enjoy sustainable seafood served in a relaxed, ocean-view environment. Guests can take an up-close look at seafood on offer that day as it sits on the ice near the raw bar. Serea is open daily for dinner and weekend brunch.
Babcock and Story Bar (Open)
For the times you want to plop down for a drink in a casual bar atmosphere, Babcock and Story is the place. It’s named after the hotel’s founders and known for signature cocktails, live music on certain nights, and lite bites food menu.
Sun Deck (Open)
The casual Sun Deck above the Main Pool and beach is an excellent place to stop in for a craft cocktail or casual meal. They have some fire pit tables here and special events like a dog-friendly happy hour on Sundays in the late afternoon. The menu has been completely refreshed and you’ll find California cuisine like grilled octopus, seared tuna tostadas, salads, and burgers.
ENO Market + Pizzeria (Partially Open)
I’ve always enjoyed ENO but recently they’ve gone to great lengths to perfect their pizza crust, and It’s a casual neighborhood eatery with pizzas and salads and plenty of wine to pair with them. Dine near the open kitchen or on the patio near the fire pit and with an ocean view. The pizzeria opens in September.
The Market with a variety of grab-and-go pastries, drinks, sandwiches and more is open and a welcome addition to the resort.
Beach + Taco Shack (Open)
Come barefoot, it doesn’t matter, to the beachside Beach + Taco Shack for festive cocktails, mocktails, and daily taco offerings. It’s open on the weekends for breakfast if you’d like a hearty breakfast burrito — another San Diego staple.
On the Rocks (Open)
This is my favorite Hotel del Coronado restaurant addition. On the Rocks is a gourmet food-truck and beverage trailer where you can order local beers on tap, wines by the glass, and casual beach eats like poke and sandwiches to enjoy at seating lining the sand. They also have fun outdoor games to play and a bicycle blender.
More Grab and Go Options
Sodas, water, wine, sandwiches, snacks, pastries, and more can be purchased on a grab-and-go basis in several small gift shop outlets around the property. Kids will love grabbing a gigantic ice cream cone at Sundae’s (temporarily closed) and fudge at Spreckels Sweets & Treats. There is also a new B&S Bakery cart located on the Garden Patio that is open from 6 a.m. to noon.
For restaurants near Hotel del Coronado (within a short walk or short Uber ride), see Best Coronado Restaurants.
Full-Service Spa and Salon (Closed)
Note: The spa is closed for renovation and reopening date is TBD. Guests who book the Virtuoso rate receive a $100 spa credit that is applicable to massages and facials. While the spa is closed, Virtuoso guests receive a $100 food and beverage credit instead.
I quite like going to the Hotel del Coronado spa. They do offer a wide range of hair, nail, face, and body services including a nice list of specialty treatments like hydrafacials, prenatal massages, and kids’ mani/pedis.
What You Must Understand Before Booking In
Hotel del Coronado is a famous, local icon which means that people who are not staying there visit to take photos, dine in restaurants and browse the shops. It is a busy hotel, but most people genuinely don’t mind.
It is also incredibly important to remember a location on the best Coronado beach (also considered one of the best beaches in the nation) commands premium pricing.
For example, in summer, rates are high if you book last-minute — even now. You can’t make the mistake of comparing your rate to a European palace or sprawling Mexico all-inclusive that you paid the same price for and consider to be twice as nice. It’s our nicest beachfront resort and many people are willing to pay a premium to stay here.
After the hotel’s renovation is complete, I predict rates will trend higher than they are now because the changes cater to modern luxury travelers. It will be a five-star resort (versus the four-stars it is currently) if they can get a handle on one aspect.
The level of service that all guests receive could be elevated as I, too, am subject to long hold times when calling the hotel, and it sometimes takes a while for the staff to respond to guest requests. It is a busy hotel.
That being said, when I lob in a request for an in-residence Virtuoso guest, it’s dealt with quickly.
What you can expect the hotel to deliver is the basis for a fantastic San Diego beach vacation. Book in with the correct expectations, and you will get the most out of your stay. Take advantage of the activities and amenities on offer (and schedule as many as you can in advance), enjoy the beach, relax and you will have a great time. The ability to run back and forth from your room to the beach, especially when in San Diego with kids, is indeed a treat.
People tell often tell me that Hotel del Coronado is one of their favorite resorts. I personally know and work with many repeat guests, some of who I now book every year or multiple times per year.
Getting to Hotel del Coronado
Coronado is located south of the San Diego International Airport and Downtown San Diego. While there is a pedestrian ferry between Downtown and Coronado, it’s easiest to drive to Coronado from the airport. Unless it’s rush hour, it should take about 15 minutes to reach the resort by car.
Follow signs from baggage claim at the airport to the taxis or rideshare waiting area, if you’re taking Uber or Lyft. Signage here also points to rental car shuttle waiting areas. An app-based black car/SUV service we use in San Diego and worldwide called Blacklane works well, and they’ll meet you at baggage claim. Use promo code 1WVK908F on your first Blacklane ride, and we’ll both save 20%.
The summer Coronado shuttle that takes guests around the island, including from the hotel to the ferry (otherwise a 30-minute walk), also makes Hotel del Coronado one of the easiest places to go carless in San Diego. You can use Uber for short distances or supplement by renting a car for the day. The closest rental car outlet to Hotel del Coronado is Enterprise a few blocks away.
The sights in North County San Diego are far enough to usually make a rental car worthwhile. You’ll avoid the parking fees at the hotel though by not having a car. Coronado is also very easily seen by bike, which as I mentioned you can rent within steps of Hotel del Coronado.
FAQs About Hotel del Coronado
I am asked a lot of questions about this popular resort so have answered the most frequently asked here to help you plan your stay.
Which is the Hotel del Coronado haunted room?
If you’re looking to request or avoid the Hotel del Coronado haunted room where Kate Morgan stayed in 1892, it’s room 3327. The hotel doesn’t mention the room number much publicly but we were told the number by a bellman once and have seen other sources confirm this.
Kate Morgan died at the hotel under mysterious circumstances (believed to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound, but there is some controversy around this). She is said to haunt the hotel to this day.
Is Hotel del Coronado a Hilton Hotel?
Yes. Hotel del Coronado is part of Curio Collection by Hilton, a collection of independent four- and five-star properties around the world. You can earn and redeem Hilton Honors points when staying here and at Beach Village at The Del. Virtuoso guests also earn Hilton Honors points.
What does the resort fee cover?
The Hotel del Coronado and Beach Village at The Del levy a $35/night plus tax resort fee that includes guest internet access; unlimited indoor fitness classes and beach yoga; live streaming of Netflix, Pandora, Hulu, YouTube & Crackle; local and toll-free calls. It includes access to discounted tickets, but I have the same (or better) here.
Where is breakfast served?
The best Hotel del Coronado breakfast is served at Sheerwater restaurant. Right now, breakfast is also served at On the Rocks and Beach + Taco Shack. Guests use one of the grab-and-go options including the B&S Bakery Cart on the garden patio in the mornings.
Beach Village at The Del guests can enjoy breakfast at any of the above options.
What are the best restaurants within walking distance?
Hotel del Coronado guests are within walking distance to many of the best Coronado restaurants. We quite like Bluewater Boathouse for a seafood dinner and view. Clayton’s Coffee Shop is a local institution with diner favorites and a take-out window for awesome burritos. If you want a good happy hour fried fish taco, head to Brigantine. The list goes on.
Can complimentary breakfast be applied toward Crown Room Sunday brunch?
No, the Virtuoso breakfast for two benefit that I can add on to your reservation can only be used daily at the breakfast outlets and not Sunday brunch.
Can the Virtuoso $100 spa credit be swapped for a food and beverage credit?
No, the $100 Virtuoso spa credit needs to be redeemed at the Hotel del Coronado spa for massages or facials. Please make a spa appointment in advance.
While the spa is renovating, Virtuoso guests will receive a $100 food and beverage credit in lieu of a spa credit.
How much is Hotel del Coronado parking?
Valet parking is $50/night for overnight guests and self-parking is $40/night for overnight guests.
If you are visiting for the day the rates are as follows:
- Self-parking: $20 for the first 2 hours (receive a $10 discount with any purchase) and $10 each additional hour. The daily maximum is $70.
- Valet parking: $30 for the first 2 hours (receive a $10 discount with any purchase) and $10 each additional hour. The daily maximum is $80.
What do I pay upfront with a Beach Village or Hotel del Coronado booking?
A one-night deposit is required at the time of booking. At Hotel del Coronado, this deposit is refundable should you cancel no later than three days prior to check-in (seven days during peak dates). At Beach Village at The Del, this deposit is refundable should you cancel no later than seven days prior to check-in. The balance of your stay will be paid at check-out.
What time can I check-in?
Check-in time is at 4 p.m. It always helps to let the hotel know what time to expect you either through me or through the Hilton app. The Hilton app provides users with the ability to check-in the day prior and set an arrival time.
Virtuoso guests are entitled to early check-in, subject to availability, but it is difficult to achieve this during peak seasons like summer and school breaks.
Early check-in may be granted if enough guests check-out early (remember they are entitled to stay until 11 a.m) and housekeeping can clean the room. The other limiting factor is if you’ve given specific room parameters, which many people do, this decreases the odds of you being able to check-in early.
You may drop your bags and use the facilities of your room or suite isn’t ready and there is plenty to keep you busy.
What time is check-out?
Guests need to check-out by 11 a.m. Virtuoso guests are entitled to a late check-out subject to availability. It is unusual that the hotel is able to extend a late check-out for more than an hour or two past 11 a.m.
Should I choose a room through the Hilton app?
If you are a Virtuoso guest of mine, do not choose a room through the Hilton app. I work with guest relations and they select the best room for you based on your parameters.
Otherwise, you may want to select the room on the Hilton app (which you can do the day prior). I often get asked what the best ones are. It’s a hard question to answer because it depends on your preferences. I would use the map to choose a room with reference to where the various amenities, parking lots, gardens, and panoramic views (beach and ocean) are on the property.
Is Hotel del Coronado open to the public?
Yes, you may enjoy Hotel del Coronado on a day-use basis. This means that day guests can shop and dine at the resort. They may also pass through to walk on the boardwalk or to use the beach, even Del Beach.
Day guests will not have access to pools with the exception of the spa if booking a spa treatment.
How far is Hotel del Coronado from the San Diego Airport?
Hotel del Coronado is just over 9 miles from the San Diego International Airport. The drive should take just over 15 minutes without traffic. The easiest way to get to the hotel is via Uber or car service.
Ready to Book?
You can check Hotel del Coronado prices on my Virtuoso page and compare them to Hilton.com. However, you will receive a better level of service and VIP status in addition to my San Diego vacation planning email series if you book with me.
I update this Hotel del Coronado review regularly so if your stay falls in the future, bookmark this page. You are always welcome to email me with questions.
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