1906 Lodge at Coronado Beach
This quiet hotel in Coronado, CA is in a perfect location – one block off the busy main street but within walking distance to everything. The world renowned Coronado beach is just two blocks away. Dozens of shops and restaurants stand ready to welcome visitors on their leisurely stroll through the seaside village.
Just a 15 minute drive to everything in San Diego - the Zoo, Balboa Park, SeaWorld, the Convention Center, and the Gaslamp Quarter. But first, enjoy all that Coronado has to offer!
Complimentary luxury hotel amenities:
Delicious gourmet breakfast
Secure underground parking
Afternoon wine & snacks
Evening turndown with chocolates
Flat panel HD TV with cable
High speed internet
Check out our special vacation packages including:
Winter Romance Special
Save 20% when you stay 2 nights in the Plunge, with champagne, roses, and chocolates!
Stay February 14 or 15 and receive a free bottle of champage.
35% off Tent City Suite Hot Deal
Stay 2 nights in our fun Tent City Suite Sunday thru Thursday for only $209 per night.
Fri/Sat only $229 per night. Ends February 6.
Transportation from San Diego to Coronado was primarily via ferry until 1969 when the Coronado Bridge was built.
This second floor suite overlooking the garden has a king bed and loveseat, both facing the fireplace. The bathroom features a huge shower with a rain showerhead plus the traditional wall shower.
The north end of Coronado once featured a country club and sand golf course. These days guests can enjoy the municipal golf course along San Diego Bay, a few blocks from our Coronado Beach California lodging paradise.
With a golf theme, this first floor suite has a king bed, swivel rockers facing the fireplace, a generous spa tub, and sizeable desk should you happen to be traveling on business. Enjoy a view of the courtyard and reflecting pool from your porch.
Early vacationers to Coronado had the benefit of numerous swimming venues including the indoor Salt Water Plunge and the children's open air swimming pool. On the first floor off the garden courtyard, you can relax on your private porch, in your sitting room or in front of your fireplace. The king bed with its high seagrass headboard reminds you that you're at the beach!
In the early 1900s, visitors could travel the island on one of the colorful double decker trolley cars. Our second floor Trolley Car Suite features a double sided fireplace which you can enjoy from the king bed or the spa tub in the bathroom. Sink into oversized plaid easy chairs or take a book into the reading alcove overlooking the garden.
Created in the early 1890s, the Polo Field attracted wealthy patrons as well as early aviators demonstrating their skill and daring for the crowd. Upstairs on the end of the building, the Polo Field Suite basks in light from windows on three sides. Enjoy the fireplace from the comfortable leather couch and recliner or the king bed. The huge walk-in shower boasts a rain showerhead as well as the traditional wall shower.
The slim spit of land connecting Coronado to the mainland called the Silver Strand once provided access to San Diego by rail and is now a wonderful 7 mile long state beach. Our beach and surf themed second floor room invites you to grab a board and hit the waves. Enjoy the double sided fireplace from the king bed or bathroom spa tub. Or set up a board game in the alcove overlooking the garden.
Across the street from the Lodge, there once stood a Japanese Tea Garden, decorated with red lanterns and exotic plants. On the second floor, our Tea Garden Suite boasts a spectacular gold leaf four poster king bed with a tea garden tapestry headboard. You can enjoy the fireplace from the bed as well as the barrel chairs. Enjoy a long soak in the huge spa tub with natural light seeping through reed glass windows.
This famous tent lodging and amusement park located just south of the Hotel Del was established in 1900 and finally torn down in 1939. Located on the first floor on the courtyard, the Tent City Suite provides views of the garden from the porch, living room with sleeper sofa, and sleeping room. Relax in the king bed in front of the fireplace or soak in the roomy spa tub in the bathroom.
Coronado has long celebrated the Fourth of July with gusto and in the Star Park Suite (named after a park established in 1886) you can enjoy the red, white and blue all year long. The corner suite on the first floor, you can enjoy the double sided fireplace from the king bed as well as the huge spa tub in the bathroom. A table with chairs, and a sleeper sofa and side chair provide ample room for lounging. And from your porch, you can enjoy the garden and reflecting pool.
Established as a military base in 1890, North Island was the birthplace of the U.S. Naval Aviation and the departure location of Lindbergh's historic flight to Paris in 1927. The largest and most private suite is dedicated to Coronado's military past. It boasts an in-room spa tub for 2, a fireplace facing the king bed, a sitting room with comfortable leather chairs, plus a private second floor porch to catch the ocean breeze.
A stroll along Ocean Boulevard has been a favorite past time since the birth of Coronado as a tourist destination in 1888. This suite at the front of the building has its own private garden in addition to its private porch. With a fireplace facing the king bed and huge spa tub, a spacious sitting room and a walk-in shower, this suite offers the traveler a perfect hideaway. This is Coronado Beach lodging at its finest.
Celebrating the beautiful gardens of Coronado and our annual flower show, the floral décor of this bright room will delight you.
With a queen bed, wicker furniture and a charming restored bay window seat, you'll enjoy the view of our own garden courtyard.
This room has a 2 night minimum stay.
The Winchester family owned the Lodge during the 1930s and '40s. A prominent family of that era, their descendants still call Coronado home.
Enjoy the many family photos, stately queen sleigh bed, restored bay window seat, as well as the spacious bathroom with a large walk-in shower. Wheelchair accessible.
Coronado has been home to numerous authors, the most famous of which may be L. Frank Baum for his Wizard of Oz book.
With lots of light from the room's three restored windows, you can settle into the rattan chair for an enjoyable hour of reading your favorite novel.
A queen mission style bed, antique wardrobe, and large shower with a rain showerhead, make this corner room welcoming and relaxing.
For a full list of our rooms and more information about the hotel and our amenities, please visit our website!
||1060 Adella Avenue
Coronado, CA 92118
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This page was last updated: 26 January 2012