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Loews Coronado Bay Resort

Loews Coronado Bay Resort

4000 Coronado Bay Rd, Coronado
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4.0 out of 5.0

With San Diego Bay on one side and the Pacific Ocean on the other, this resort sits on a 15-acre peninsula 4 miles from Coronado Village, and 9 miles from downtown San Diego.

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Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Hilton San Diego Bayfront

1 Park Blvd, San Diego
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4.0 out of 5.0

Rising 30 stories above San Diego Bay, this modern Hilton is adjacent to the San Diego Convention Center, across from Petco Park, and 3 blocks from the Gaslamp Quarter. The San Diego Zoo is 2 miles away.

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The sun bounces off Mission Bay and washes over you like a warm hug, blanketing you with a sense of peace and total fulfillment. You’ve made it to America’s Finest City, a destination so coveted millions of travelers flock here year after year for a taste of paradise. As you stare out into the Pacific, you can’t help but feel optimistic. A seagull takes flight nearby, and as it soars ever close to your patch of sand you share a knowing glance. Yes, you both have the heart of a seafarer and a hunger for a life at sea. Life is good in San Diego.

In a city full of authentic Mexican food, miles of beachfront, and a thriving arts and culture scene—you’ll never wonder what to do for the day. On the contrary, as you throw open the blinds at your San Diego all-inclusive hotel, you’ll wonder how it’s possible to choose just a handful of activities for the day. Grab your suntan lotion and your Padres hat. And prepare to wander wisely.

What should I eat in San Diego?

Fish tacos, California burritos, and carne asada fries top the list of things to savor while you’re visiting SD. Eateries are just a few miles north of the Mexico/U.S. border, so the Mexican cuisine is as real as it gets without having your passport stamped. Restaurants in Old Town serve up plenty of nachos and huge margaritas, but some of the best Mexican food is found in small tacos stands around any neighborhood in the city. Ask any local where to get the best burrito, and you may just be directed to a delightfully sinful meal. If you have the chance to get tableside guacamole, always say yes. As the freshly mashed avocado dip meets your tortilla chip and ultimately your lips, you can’t help but sigh in contentment.

Any advice for how to get to Coronado Island from downtown San Diego?

You can drive to the island or arrive via ferry; the journey is never long and always scenic. Coronado has one of the best beaches in the country and it sits just 7 miles from the all-inclusive hotels in San Diego’s downtown district such as the Bay Club Hotels & Marina. To get to the stunning white-sand beach and its neighboring red-roofed Hotel Del Coronado by land, you cross over the iconic Coronado bridge. Your passengers can watch sailboats drift just below as you take the curved bridge from bustling downtown to easy, breezy island life. By ferry, you will depart from the downtown harbor and arrive at the Coronado ferry landing in just 20 minutes, enjoying salty air and unparalleled skyline views along the way. This is a post card come to life.

Whether your stay in SoCal takes you kayaking in La Jolla or on a brew tasting expedition in North Park, book one of the best all-inclusive hotels in San Diego with Travelocity. A stay at an oceanfront hotel like the Bay Club Hotel & Marina will always leave you at ease and have you dreaming of a life among the palms. Enjoy.