San Diego, California has a ton to offer visitors, from gorgeous coasts to countless outdoor adventures. If you’re looking to plan a trip, staying in a boutique hotel – a smaller, often more personalized hotel with unique selling points – is a great way to experience the city. Here are 7 great suggestions!
Located on Coronado Island, only a few minutes’ walk away from Coronado Beach and the iconic Hotel Del Coronado, El Cordova was originally a mansion. Nowadays, it’s a gorgeous boutique hotel that features a Spanish-style courtyard, an outdoor swimming pool, and two on-site restaurants. The hotel also offers rooms that feature full kitchens, perfect for those wanting to cook during their stay or plan a more extended trip without having to eat out for every meal.
Tower 23 Hotel
This sleek, modern hotel sits directly above Pacific Beach. This boutique hotel is only a few minutes’ walk away from Pacific Beach pier and boardwalk, as well as being nearby a large number of restaurants and bars. The convenient location is far from the only reason to stay at Tower 23 though. The hotel also offers various amenities including an on-site restaurant and in-room spa services.
Staypineapple, Hotel Z
If you’re looking to stay in downtown San Diego consider a room at Stay Pineapple Hotel Z. This artsy hotel is located in the Gaslamp Quarter, within walking distance of countless bars and restaurants. The Gaslamp Quarter in San Diego has a lively nightlife scene, making this a great option for those looking to take advantage of that. The hotel offers guests spacious, incredibly clean rooms. If you are looking to explore the city, state pineapple also offers free bicycles. Finally, the hotel is pet friendly as well.
Fairmont Grand Del Mar
This elegant Mediterranean-inspired resort is located in the Carmel Valley area. Not only does it offer gorgeous, spacious rooms but also a huge variety of amenities. You can look forward to enjoying one of four pools, a spa, Or a meal from one of six on-site restaurants. While the hotel is a little farther from the downtown area of San Diego, the number of amenities offered on-site more than makes up for this and it sits in an absolutely beautiful location that offers serenity and natural beauty.
Grande Colonial La Jolla
This elegant hotel is located in the La Jolla area. Location wise this is a great option for people who want to be close to a wide variety of bars, restaurants, and shops as well as the beach. When it comes to the hotel itself it is also not working and reasons to stay. Guests can look forward to a beautiful outdoor pool, as well as options for room service and an on-site restaurant.
If you’re looking to stay on Coronado Island, consider booking this historic bed and breakfast. The 1906 Lodge is a mere five minutes walk away from the iconic Coronado beach. This beautiful bed-and-breakfast offers spacious rooms as well as a delicious breakfast buffet that is the perfect way to start your day off with. Some other offerings from the 1906 Lodge include a beautiful garden with outdoor seating forecasts to relax in as well as complementary beach towel and chair rentals.
Hotel Marisol Coronado
Another wonderful option on Coronado island, hotel Marisol sits in a historic building That has been used as a hotel since 1927. While the name and owners have changed many times since then, the building continues to welcome guests to this day. This is a great option for people looking for a more intimate laid-back getaway hotel Marisol features a mere 15 rooms. Guests can look forward to not only clean, elegant rooms, but also complimentary bicycles, beach towels, and beach chairs available for rent.
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