The Hotel del Coronado serves as home base for a wide variety of activities.
Aerial View of Coronado Central Beach & Hotel Del Coronado
The beach is the site for many of them, from yoga, to a 50-minute cardio workout, to a simple, laid-back afternoon of relaxation or taking a dip in the Pacific Ocean.
The Spa at the Del offers soothing ocean-inspired treatments along with restorative time spent in the infinity pool overlooking the blue Pacific.
The Holidays at the Del
The holiday season at the Hotel del Coronado is full of things to do. Skating by the Sea at the Del is an outdoor ice rink that is right next to the beach. It is not to be missed. There is also a Christmastime celebrations that you won't want to miss, Victorian Tea at the Del. This Victorian Tea is themed around the holidays. Both of these events are featured in our Holiday Season Guide to San Diego Christmas Activities.
Great Gift Shop at the Hotel Del Coronado
In the Shops at the Del® you’ll find a little of everything from unique jewelry items to beach-inspired home décor.
If you want to learn more about the hotel and its history, sign up for the Legends Tour, a walking tour of the building and gardens; or the Haunted Happenings Tour, which is dedicated to the mysterious phantom, Kate Morgan, who met her end at the hotel in 1892.
Hotel Del Coronado is also featured in our Most Haunted Places in San Diego article.
San Diego is also known for famous attractions that are easily accessible from the Hotel del Coronado:
World-famous San Diego Zoo is home to 3,800 animals including rare and endangered species, and 6,500 plant species.
Balboa Park is an award-winning urban park where “culture, science and nature collide”.
Catch a Padres Baseball Game at Petco Park in Downtown San Diego
Petco Park in downtown San Diego, home of the San Diego Padres is the perfect option for a sporty afternoon with friends and family.
SeaWorld San Diego on Mission Bay for a day of fun from animal encounters to exciting rides.
Stroll along the Embarcadero Boardwalk in Seaport Village
Seaport Village is a popular downtown shopping and dining complex on San Diego Bay.
USS Midway Museum at the waterfront in downtown San Diego.
Take the Ferry
You have options in traveling between Coronado Island locations and the City of San Diego. You can go by car, of course, but why not try the boat?
The Coronado Ferry sails between the Broadway Pier in San Diego and the Coronado Ferry Landing. And if you would like to spend some time dining and shopping at the ferry landing, you can also contact the on-call Water Taxi with convenient boarding at the Glorietta Bay Marina just across the road from the hotel.
Traveling by water is just one of the many ways to enjoy your stay at the Hotel del Coronado.