October 11, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Beach Village at the Del in Coronado, California
Opened in 1888, Hotel del Coronado has been a National Historic Landmark for nearly 40 years. Looking out across one of the finest slices of golden-sanded Californian beachfront property, the iconic and stately Victorian-style property with its red turrets and gingerbread trim has a new addition: Beach Village at the Del. This secluded oceanside enclave offers a collection of 78 villas and cottages. Elegantly appointed with plush, ornamental carpeting in hues reflecting sand and sea, the villa footprints start at over 600 square feet and are equipped with fireplaces, full kitchens and private terraces or balconies. Catering to tech-savvy beach bums, all guest quarters have 42-inch flat-screen televisions, iHome with iPod docking stations, WiFi access plus libraries containing DVDs, games and books. Spacious bathrooms are clad in stone tile and sport custom vanities, marble tops, as well as soaking tubs and separate showers.
While guests of the Beach Village at The Del have access to all of Hotel del Coronado’s perks, like sparkling outdoor pools, a state-of-the art spa and the fitness center, the annex features its own set of amenities. Settle at the private beach area reserved for village residents; sprawl out on a half-moon cabanette and order snacks and chilled libations from the swift-footed food and beverage service. If the young’uns are getting a bit restless, sign them up for 2- to 5-hour fun activities like ocean safaris and junior photography with the Del Kids’ Club. Volleyballs and boogie boards are available for thrill seekers or if you’re just learning, arrange for surfing or paddleboard lessons with one of the local experts. Feeling peckish after all these water-centric activities? The Hotel holds a smorgasbord of dining options in store ranging from laid-back poolside grub to gourmet farm-to-table coastal cuisine at 1500 Ocean. Escaping to the Beach Village at The Del is like delving into full-on fun in the sun with top-notch amenities to match the blue skies and magnificent setting.
Location of Beach Village at the Del
Nearest Airport: SAN
Amenities for Beach Village at the Del
- General Information
- 78 Guest Rooms
- Poolside Dining
- Private Dining
- 24-Hour Room Service
- Wine Bar
- On-Site Amenities
- Beauty Salon
- Spa on Property
- Pool & Beach Cabanas
- Music & Movie Library
- Beach Access
- In-Room Spa Services
- Outdoor Pools
- Steam Room
- Outdoor Whirlpools
- 24-Hour Fitness Center
- In-Room Amenities
- DVD Players
- Mini Bar
- iPod Docks
- Flat-Screen Televisions
- Luxury Linens
- Coffee & Tea Facilities
- Kids Club
- Teen Club
- Kids' Club
- Spa & Wellness
Reviews for Beach Village at the Del
Hotel del Coronado remains a lovely bit of the past with service provided making it the special place it is. Expensive yes, but if service makes you happy this is the place for you. It' s location allowing for peaceful beach walks, the spa, and multiple food options make it the perfect retreat
Denise C - Tucson
We spent only ohne Night in this hotel but it was just world class. Service amazing with ppl everywhere to help you, great location, and bunch of cool stuff to enjozpy such as the pool, another pool, sauna, the beach, spinning class facing the pacifying ocean, and so on.
gregwa453 - Rome, Italy
When looking for Hilton hotels in San Diego for our stay we realized that the Hotel Del Coronado was now part of it. We had only known about it from the movie, and we decided to stay one night with our points. We were so eager to try it that we extended our vacation one day because the it was unavailable the duration we originally planned to stay in San Diego. We got to the hotel early, our room wasn't ready so we got offered an upgrade to a Junior Suite for $200 which we decided to take. Probably one of the best decisions I've made. The room was amazing, and the ocean view from the balcony was breath taking. The whole hotel grounds is beautiful, with many shops and restaurants to choose from, and within walking distance to the downtown Coronado. My daughter enjoyed swimming in the pool as well. All the staff were nice and friendly and appreciated my Silver membership with Hilton. We've decided we'll come back as soon as we can to experience it more. This hotel, along with the Hotel Pupp in the Czech Republic, are my all time favorite resorts to have stayed at.
The Del is a lovely old hotel with lots of history situated in beautiful Coronado. The beach and facilities are great! The navy base close by provides entertainment in the form of jet and helicopter training. Plenty of restaurants on the premises but more important is there are plenty within walking distance that are very good and reasonably priced. The lobby looks to be original but well maintained. Staff was quite pleasant and efficient.
marge10740 - Pebble Beach, California
There are Four Gray Doors at the west corner junction of the Del, on the third floor. room 3357 is one of them. This room is a double queen currently, with a very nice sitting area that has a pull out bed from the divan. This room faces the beach and ocean, it has a very nice sized balcony with views of the swimming pool, restaurants, and a panoramic view from east to west of the ocean and horizon. The room is in the Victoria Section which means it is in the original 1888 part of the building. It has high ceilings, two large flat screen televisions, a ceiling fan, a nice size closet, two large storage cabinets, one with a coffee maker and the other has a refrigerator, a large desk for business. The room is set up for WiFi and has LAN/cable connections too. The bathroom is small for the size of the room, but I typically do not spend a lot of time in the bathroom and you have to remember, this is part of the original hotel. Since this room faces the ocean, you get a wonderful ocean sound of the waves coming ashore. I bent my concerns for security and left the balcony door open (It has a screen door) all night so as to hear these wonderful sounds. There are a number of restaurants, bars, and shopping areas within the hotel grounds. The Del is also within walking distance of a lot of other restaurants and stores just outside the Del. This is a destination/resort hotel, and with that, there are a number of fees, associated with your room rate. Always check and verify when making reservations what additional fees will be part of the room rate. They have self parking and valet parking, both charge a fee. There is a lot of history about this property, and it is designated "A National Historic Landmark" (1977). It is very nostalgic and a wonderful example of "Victorian Architecture" Even though the Del has a "Stately and Grand Stature" that speaks volumes of reserved pleasures, there is a lot going on constantly within these walls. Do not expect a quiet retreat. Speaking of not so quiet retreats, San Diego and the Del, have neighbors that are serous about the preservation of this county, I refer to the United States Navy and Marine Corp. Both of which have lots of big toys that they practice with all the time. Besides the ships in and around the bay, both the Navy and the Marine Corp have large helicopters that fly very close to the Del and rooms that face the ocean, 3357 being one of them. If you stayed long enough, you might get used to the Helicopters, but when the serious fighter jets come by on approach to their landings, you will take notice. It gives oneself, the feeling of being taken care of and being very secure. On Thursday morning, and I am not sure how often this happens, but a number of military personnel were running on the beach, doing their impressions of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir in a rhythmic chanting sort of way. It did give the feeling of being rescued from a 3rd world country that just had a revolution...
Charles M - Santa Barbara, Afghanistan