San Diego resorts can accommodate all types of vacationers. Some make reservations at one of the luxury hotels to enjoy the finer things in life, while others choose a resort because they want to pack a lot into their vacations and enjoy lots of amenities. Whether you'd like to spend a week beside the pool or use your resort as a base for exploring, you will have many choices for where to stay for your Southern California vacations.
Coronado, an island across the bay from the chic center city, is home to a concentration of 5 star San Diego resorts. Guests of the Coronado Island Marriott Resort & Spa will find a relaxing setting close to the beaches and all that the city has to offer. You can relax in one of the region's most elegant spas and spend time one of the elegant guest suites, complete with marble bathrooms, Egyptian cotton sheets, and views of the San Diego skyline.
Another fine option for San Diego resorts, the Loews Coronado Bay Resort & Spa (pictured) is located on fifteen scenic acres on a private peninsula fronted by the ocean and the bay. As you'd come to expect from 5 star San Diego resorts, this hotel property offers guests top-flight surroundings and service. Guests also have immediate access to Silver Strand Beach, gondolas rides, and movies shown poolside. Many of the rooms have private balconies, wonderful places to watch the sunset in soak in the pleasant weather.
With reservations at the Coronado Beach Resort, you'll enjoy a stay at one of the region's historic hotels. Inspired by Mediterranean villas, the resort is just steps from the beautiful beach. You can admire the views from the rooftop deck, private balcony, or the window of your guestroom. The condo-style guestrooms feature kitchens as well as fireplaces and cozy linens.
Guests of the Coronado Beach Resort will be close to a wide array of things to do. You are welcome to walk over the the Loews resort; guests have access to the pools and hot tubs at the Loews resort and discounts for dining there. The San Diego Zoo is just minutes away. Guests can also step away from their beach rentals and sign up to take one of the available tours.
The historic hotel is worth exploring; tours are given on Tuesday and the weekend for guests and those staying at other nearby San Diego resorts. Another tour explores Coronado's past and architecture, beginning at the Museum of History & Art. Guests also cross into San Diego, where tours take place on trolleys, cruises, and buses.
The Coronado Beach Resort has a sister property to the north in Carlsbad. The Grand Pacific Resort MarBrisa is perched on 41 acres looking out on the Pacific Ocean. As one of the elegant San Diego beach resorts, the MarBrisa combines beautiful Spanish-style architecture with attentive service and luxurious touches. Guest accommodations are scattered around the properties, located in villas of various sizes.
After vacationers have left their comfortable surroundings of the resort, they'll have access to a wide array of things to do within a few miles. Whether you head straight to the beaches, the outlet malls, or the golf course, you'll have the chance to enjoy your favorite activities without spending a lot of time getting there. Legoland California, a favorite of families and the young at heart is, is less than a mile away.
If you'd like to spend more than afternoon hitting the links, consider making reservations at one of San Diego golf resorts. Golf enthusiasts can make reservations at casino resorts and luxury hotels all around Southern California—many offer vacation packages offering unlimited play as well as overnight accommodations, dining, and so much more.
Other 5 star San Diego resorts design vacation packages around spa getaways, romantic weekends, and other interests you may have.