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Old Town Bazaar Del Mundo

Hang Gliding Torrey Pines

Harbor Island


Explore Coronado Island and San Diego destinations during your trip to the Spring Meeting. For additional information visit the San Diego Tourism Authority.

Coronado Island Attractions
Action Sports Rentals - Located at the Loews Coronado hotel, rent kayaks, SUPs, wave runners and more.

Historic Walking Tour - Explore 2 miles of Coronado Island in this two hour historic walking tour.

Coronado Beach Walking Tour - Free self guided 35-minute experience with voice app. 

Flagship Cruises - Tours of the San Diego Harbor, dinner cruises and ferries to downtown San Diego.

The Gondola Company - Cruise in a private gondola through the enchanting canals of the Coronado Cays; 50 minutes for up to six people.

Hotel Del Coronado - Iconic beachfront hotel and the backdrop of the movie Some Like It Hot. Hotel offers numerous activities; some are open to the public for a fee.

Holland's Bicycles - Rent a bike for the day or by the hour and enjoy miles of paths and parks.

Kayak Tours - Paddle along San Diego’s downtown skyline and beneath the Coronado Bridge.

Coronado Surfing Academy - No experience necessary! Learn how to surf in a 90 minute lesson.

Coronado Axe Throwing - Test your aim for $29 an hour.

Coronado Historical Association Museum - Changing exhibits on diverse subjects relevant to Coronado.

San Diego Attractions

Balboa Park - 17 major museums, several performing arts venues, lovely gardens, and many other cultural and recreational attractions.

San Diego Zoo - 100-acre wildlife park and home to over 12,000 rare and endangered animals.

Belmont Park - Beachfront amusement park and entertainment center.

Gaslamp Quarter - The historic heart of San Diego offers dining, shopping and events.

Embarcadero - Shopping, dining, art and more.

USS Midway Museum - Explore this historic aircraft carrier and climb in aircraft.

Maritime Museum of San Diego - Enjoy a self-guided tour of the world's oldest active sailing ship, Star of India , 16th century galleon replica San Salvador, Victorian - era Steam Ferry Berkeley, USS Dolphin submarine and much more

Sea World - More than 100 acres of beautiful outdoor grounds on Mission Bay as you enjoy amazing animals.

Annie's Canyon - 30 minutes from San Diego, this easy 1.5 mile hike goes through wetlands and a narrow sandstone slot canyon.

Cabrillo National Monument - Views of the San Diego region and chance to explore the natural, historical and cultural history of the area.

Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve Park - One of the wildest stretches of land on the Southern California coast.

Anza-Borrego Desert State Park - The largest state park in California with five hundred miles of dirt roads, 12 wilderness areas and many miles of hiking trails.

Catalina Express - A one-hour boat ride lets you enjoy Catalina Island for swimming, snorkeling, kayaking, diving, hiking, biking, shopping, dining or relaxing.

San Diego Botanic Garden - 37-acre urban oasis with four miles of trails displaying more than 5,000 plant species.

Sightseeing Tours - By trolley, bike, walking or water, there are numerous options to see the city.

Boat Tours - The third largest harbor on the west coast provides lot of options for sunset, dinner or adventure cruises.

Whale Watching Tours - April is the tail end of grey whale watching season as they head north to Alaska.

Beaches & Bays - Enjoy a relaxing time on California's beautiful coastline.


The following restaurants are located a short drive from the hotel. A complimentary hotel shuttle is available for guests.

Serea - Seafood

Little Frenchie - French

Miguel's Cocina - Mexican

Bluewater Grill - Seafood

Tartline - European Cafe & Bistro

Stake Chophouse - Steak/Seafood

Garage Buon Forchetta - Italian

Peohe's (a Charthouse Restaurant) - Seafood

The Henry - French-inspired

Il Fornaio - Tuscan

Coronado Brewing Company - American

Clayton's Coffee Shop - American/Diner/Mexican

MooTime Creamery - Ice Cream Parlor

Photo Credit: San Diego Tourism Authority