On the first stop of our recent southern California winter vacation we stayed at the Loews Coronado Bay Resort. This resort is on a very unique private peninsula between the ocean and San Diego Bay and close to charming downtown Coronado. Almost completely surrounded by water, the resort offers amazing views of the bay and San Diego skyline.
Upon arrival, as we entered into the very grand two storey lobby, the view of the San Diego skyline was perfectly centered by the most dramatic circular stairway. This lobby turned out to be exactly like the rest of the resort, very bright, airy and grand!
Loews Coronado Bay Resort Amenities
While we toured this expansive resort, with 440 rooms and 3 large pools, it became clear that this a place for activities and lots of fun! We saw families and couples enjoying the many amenities here including:
- luxurious Sea Spa
- Fitness center
- Yoga and Aerobics classes
- Tennis courts
- Pool deck games
- 3 heated pools : family , children’s and adult
- On site Marina renting all water sports
Another great feature of this resort is the free shuttle to Silver Strand beach and Coronado downtown village which is so charming with many shops and restaurants.
Loews Coronado Bay Resort Rooms
We stayed in a double room with own private balcony overlooking the bay with views of the San Diego skyline in the distance. The rooms are spacious and extremely comfortable with a Sterns & Foster Luxury Plush Euro Pillowtop Mattress – we slept very well. Some of the in room amenities include:
- 100% combed and ring-spun cotton terry towels and bath sheets
- Julien Farel Anti-Aging Haircare and Body Products
- Plush terrycloth robes
- Keurig coffeemaker with gourmet coffee
- iHome stereo FM clock radio with lightning dock
- 24-hour room service
- In-room safe
- Guest dry-cleaning and laundry service
- 48-inch flat-screen Smart TV
- Free Wi-Fi
DINING AT LOEWS CORONADO BAY RESORT
On the resort you can find the full service restaurant Crown Landing featuring California farm fresh ingredients with a coastal feel and stunning bay views.
Silver Strand Exchange is a cafe where we enjoyed our morning coffee, delicious healthy breakfasts and excellent Acai bowls!
At the pools, La Cantina offers mexican style dishes, salads, burgers and cocktails
The Cays Lounge is where you can enjoy small plates with wines and craft beers.
With this resort being so close to San Diego there are so many great things to see and experience. Our days were filled with so many exciting activities that we ran out time for everything. The best thing to do really is to set up an itinerary with the concierge as they know exactly what you could do on a given day. There are so many opportunities for day trips. Be sure to explore downtown Coronado and take a short drive to La Jolla where I can sit all day and watch the seals.
It’s no surprise this sprawling resort is popular with families but with it’s large size there are many qualities for couples seeking a quieter vacation as well. The Loews Coronado Bay Resort has skillfully designed their resort for anyone seeking a very special time in Coronado and the downtown San Diego Area. We absolutely loved our short stay at this resort and highly recommended it to all.
This post is written in partnership with Loews Coronado Bay Resort. As always, opinions are my own. A huge thanks for a wonderful stay.