Hotels in Coronado, California
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- Coronado Beach
- Silver Strand State Beach
- San Diego Coronado Bridge
- Coronado Ferry Landing
- Coronado Museum of History and Art
- Coronado Municipal Golf Course
- Spreckels Park
- Centennial Park
- Coronado Island
- Coronado Municipal Beach
- Coronado Shopping Plaza Shopping Center
- Lamb's Players Theatre
- Bayshore Bikeway
- Vietnam Unit Memorial Monument
- The Coronado Playhouse
Best hotels in Coronado
Fancy a holiday with a bit of sparkle in California? Well look no further than the affluent city of Coronado, located in Sand Diego County. There are a wealth of reasons to visit Coronado, it being a resort city naturally lends itself to the notion that the sun is always shining, as locals and tourists alike enjoy its warm waters and golden beaches. Whether you hop on a ferry to Coronado Island and lounge on its shores, or sip some cocktails on Coronado Municipal Beach, finding Coronado hotels has never been easier with Hotels.com. Feel free to use our online search with filtered search criteria to allow you to choose star rating, price and your favorite amenities. Or for personal assistance, call our travel experts who will be happy to help you find the perfect accommodation for your needs. Finding Coronado hotels has never been easier than with Hotels.com. Our customers get unrivalled quality at excellent prices every time. We do the hard work so you don’t have to, because it’s our job, and we’re good at it.
What’s Coronado Like?
This affluent coastal city is a mix of fine beaches, picturesque parks, stunning golf courses and swanky Coronado hotels. One of the most popular attractions is Silver Strand State Beach, a fantastic place to spend the whole day, with its fine golden sands, great waves and crystal clear water. Not overly crowded, but with enough action to keep busy and make people watching interesting, it’s a favorite among locals. For something to look forward to in the evenings take a trip down Orange Avenue and catch a show at the always-impressive Lamb’s Players Theater. The theater shows off classic productions like Les Miserables, CS Lewis and West Side Story – fantastic fun for the whole family. The decadent mix of beach life in paradisiacal settings doesn’t end at the theatre. Food is wide ranging and never unsatisfying. With everything from bursting burgers to haute cuisine, Coronado has you covered.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Coronado
A little bit of common knowledge in Coronado goes a long way. Choosing from a list of astounding Coronado hotels is one thing, but embedding yourself in local culture is another. Most restaurants will not let you sit down at a table without ordering some food or drinks, but there are a few places you will be able to sit and abstain from ordering anything if you wish. One such place is the Sun Deck, as it is not only a restaurant, but doubles up as a tourist view point, so you can just turn up and enjoy the view. If you’re driving around The Crown City, beware of red painted curbs. Instead of red or yellow lines on the side of the road like in most countries, the actual curbs are painted red and do not allow you to park at any time. Take note of the fact that every Sunday from 6 p.m., there is a free open-air concert at Spreckles Park, just off Orange Street – so head down for some authentic Coronado fun!
Coronado travel guides
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