Accommodations at this Victorian-style resort include 679 traditional guestrooms and 78 cottages and villas, spread over 28 acres.
1500 OCEAN, The Del’s signature restaurant, offers farm-to-table cuisine accompanied by sweeping oceanfront views. Enjoy seasonal cocktails, fresh seafood, and amazing desserts for dinner nightly.
Sheerwater offers casual but chic outdoor dining on a large terrace, surrounded by giant fireplaces. Sample fresh, sustainable seafood and classic bistro-style favorites. Open for lunch and dinner daily.
Crown Room’s Sunday brunch is famous throughout San Diego and beyond. Indulge in seven unique dining stations, seasonally inspired dishes, and holiday and special occasion brunch menus throughout the year.
Babcock & Story Bar, named after Hotel del Coronado’s founders, features a 46-foot mahogany bar and offers cold drinks, great California wines, light dining options, and espresso.
ENO Wine Room invites guests to sample a great selection of California and international wines, paired with flavorful cheeses and chocolates. Also, enjoy wines by the bottle and local craft beers.
Guests enjoy multiple dining options, beach access, treatments at the Spa at The Del, shopping, two swimming pools, bike rentals, and more.
Please note: Guests will be required to present a valid photo ID and a credit card upon hotel check-in. Hotel package prices include room and room tax, only, and do not cover incidental charges, parking fees, or resort fees which some hotels may collect upon check-in to cover added-value services such as spa, fitness, phone charges and energy fees. Guest must be at least 21 years old to check in and there must be one person at least 21 years old staying in each room. Most hotel check-in times are 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM and most hotel checkout times are 11:00 AM to 12:00 noon. To avoid confusion, please note that your flight departure date and time may be different from your hotel checkout date and time.
The USD $25 per room, per night resort fee includes guestroom Internet access, local phone calls, weekday newspapers, use of the fitness center, use of sports facilities and equipment, and in-room coffee.