We spent hours researching Coronado hotels so you don't have to. You may be surprised that the historic Hotel del Coronado isn't on our list, but there's a reason: it does not meet our quality criteria.
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- Coronado hotel tax is 8%
- $=$99 or less
- $$$$=$200 up
A European-style bed and breakfast in a Spanish Mission-style building, just two blocks off the main street in Coronado. Rooms are individually decorated and guests have access to a large, fully-equipped kitchen.
Best Western Suites offers free continental breakfast and has a pool and guest laundry services.
Created from three 19th-century houses moved to the location. They offer lots of extras like free telephone calls (even international ones), free Internet access and a breakfast voucher you can use at a nearby diner.
Coronado Beach Resort is across the street from the hotel del Coronado and close to the beach. It boasts an oceanview rooftop spa deck and condo suites with fireplaces, kitchens and private balconies.
Glorietta Bay Inn is in elegant 1908 mansion, former home of John Spreckels, and an adjacent contemporary inn. Rooms in the historic mansion are truly extraordinary, especially the Spreckels Suite and the Penthouse, but contemporary rooms are also good value.
A renovated property with lots style, run bed and breakfast-style with breakfast, afternoon snacks, free parking and in-room spa tubs and fireplaces
Located south of Coronado Village on 14 acres with lots of resort-style amenities. They charge a parking fee (even if you're self-parking)
Marriott Coronado Island is a 16-acre landscaped resort where flamingos greet you at the entrance. The rooms here offer beautiful views of downtown San Diego and the Marriott offers a convenient water taxi across the bay to their downtown property.