Marriott Coronado Island Resort

Address: 2000 Second St, Coronado, California, 92118, United States | 5 star resort
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This 5 star resort, located in the Coronado area of Coronado, is near Gaslamp Quarter, Coronado Municipal Golf Course, Spreckels Park, and Upstart Crow.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsMarriott Coronado Island Resort

    Reviewed by toxdoc

    Maybe the only mistake...not bad for a week long

    Reviewed Dec 13, 1901
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Marriott Coronado Island Resort

    What we reserved did not match what we got-plus billing problems!

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    Better check and double check to see if what you reserved (# of beds, connecting rooms, nonsmoking) is actually what you are getting before unpacking your suitcases. Also, check to see what credit card your room is being billed to. I was charged for a room my friend stayed in and it took 17 days to have it removed from my credit card becuase of Marriott's error. Go to Atlanta and stay in the Marriott Marquis instead. That was a fabulous place to stay. People went out of their way to be friendly and helpful and it is a beautiful facility! Too bad I didn't ask them to help me with my situation in California. I'm confident they would have taken care of it right away.

    Great experience

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    I stayed there for four days in late March, including a weekend. My room is very spacious and overlooks the harbour and San Diego's skyline, which is very beautiful and peaceful. I noticed that rooms on other sides of the hotel also have nice view, overlooking ponds with ducks, inner courtyard, etc. The place is very quiet since it is away from the main streets and from downtown Coronado. On the other hand, it's very close to the ferry to San Diego. There are two water taxis to San Diego: one offered by the hotel, which goes to the Marriott in San Diego, and one 'public' which goes straight to the place where one can buy tickets for whale watching and harbour excursion. The one from the hotel costs more ($5) and leaves every 30 minutes. The other costs $2, leaves at the hour, and takes twice the time since it goes farther (20 minutes vs. 10 minutes). I used one of the restaurants and also room service. The staff was very courteous and the service was excellent throughout. The food was great. I highly recommend this place.

    Terrific Hotel and Venue

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    Last May my husband and I hosted our wedding reception here. We couldn't have been happier with the way things turned out. Not only did the staff make our reception beautiful, but our guests who stayed at the hotel absolutely loved it. My husband and I stayed here for one night at the end of our honeymoon and we were treated like royalty. The rooms are nicely decorated, very clean with comfy beds and the service is terrific. If you're looking for an alternative to the Hotel Del, this is the place to stay on Coronado.

    Will Always Stay Here When in SD area!

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    My family and I stayed here over the 4th of July weekend, and had a great time. We will make 4th of July of every year from this day forward to stay in Coronado Marriott, with my family; and whenever we are in the SD area.

    Very Kid Friendly

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    My family of 5 had a great weekend at the Marriott. The staff was helpful and friendly throughout our stay. The room was large and clean.

    My 4 & 5 year old boys loved feeding ducks from our patio. The grounds have numerous ponds and fountains to enjoy. The view across the bay is exceptional. Kids under 6 eat free, so it was affordable to eat at the hotel. My family didn't want to leave. We'll definately return again.

    Uneven stay at the start . . .

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    We spend 5 nights are this beautiful bay side resort. Our stay, though, started out very uneven. We had reserved a deluxe bay view room with 2 queens beds. Check-in was at 4:00 pm, and knowing we would be late, we called at 1:30 pm to make sure they would have our room at our 6:00 pm arrival. When we arrived at 5:30, our room was not only not ready, but the "bay" view was actually a view of the parking lot and they did not even have queen beds, but only doubles and kings. The front desk supervisor was RUDE and more or less told us to take it or leave it. We actually took 30 minutes to call around to several other nearby hotels to see about other vacancies - no luck. In the end, we spent one night in the wrong room and then were moved the next day to a lovely room with a great view of the bay. We had to make this suggestion, though.

    The front desk offered very little. Our family loved the pool - large and warm. It appeared that they were understaffed - one person to serve the entire pool area and our room was frequently (twice) not made-up until 5:00 pm - and in one case we called to request an early make-up so our younger child (3 years) could nap. But the weather is just terrific and that warm pool just puts you in a vacation mood!

    Beautiful Stay!

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    My husband and I stayed here over the 4th of July weekend and had a fabulous time. Our hotel room was large and clean. The bathroom had a separate tub (which was huge) and a shower....lots of room! The staff was very nice and always helpful. Spent the day at the pool and enjoyed wonderful drink/food service. You can walk to Ferry Landing where there are lots or places to eat or you can visit one of the restaurants here.

    Had the Sunday brunch...it was a little pricey but very good! I would highly recommend a stay at this hotel - especially if you don't want to deal with the crowds in San Diego. I will definitely be back!

    Great Family Option

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    Stayed here recently with my family - children 7 and 3. Turned out to be a great destination for spending a week in San Diego. Hotel is family friendly: oversized rooms and bath, reasonable scale, beautiful view, nice pool, near much on Coronado, quick access to all San Diego offers - by boat or car. Some days spent taking in the pool and views. Afternoons or dinner in downtown Coronado. A few trips to the beach. Other days we took in Legoland, the Zoo, Knott's Berry water park, downtown. Coronado is charming. Hotel is very pleasant, clean, easy, great views, nice amenities. I love the Del. But with a family, Marriott is more relaxed and easy, better value. My entire family thought this was one of our best vacations ever - up there with Maui and Kauai.

    Love Corinado Marriott

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    This place was wonderful for my family! It was so much to do our children did not want to go to any of the amusement parks. The resturants are great children 10 and under eat free. The portions are huge we never finished a meal. There is a excellent baby sitting service for that parents night out. I could go on and on. Great for families while keeping a luxury apperance.

    I will be back Marriott!!! Thanks for everything!!!

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    After a bad experience at the Sheraton Harbor Island Resort in San Diego, I must say the wonderful experience at the Marriott made up for everything.

    The grounds are beautiful and serene. They have several duck ponds around the establishment as well as a lovely courtyard that has a large koi pond and parakeet aviary that you can actually go into and sit around with the birds.

    The service was the BEST that we have ever experienced. The staff was warm and friendly yet extremely professional. The room was large and spacious and since I have a one year old daughter, that is crucial. The bathroom was large and had a huge bathtub with a seperate standing shower. Rooms were very very clean.

    I highly recommend their restaurant Le Escale. It looks pricey, but it isn't! It is moderately priced but the food is EXCELLENT!!! They have wonderful dinner and breakfast buffets that I am still dreaming about.

    I will definitely be returning here on my next visit to San Diego. It is an few miles from the main part of Coronado (2 1/2 miles) so you have to drive into town, but I think it was well worth it.

    Happy Travels!

    TripAdvisor Reviews Marriott Coronado Island Resort

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

    Travel Blogs from Coronado

    A few days of the SEAL reunion in Coronado

    A travel blog entry by aley48 on Aug 17, 2014

    3 comments, 27 photos

    ... 8220;It’s about all of us who stood shoulder to shoulder fighting a very unpopular war. We built the foundation of NSW that everything today stands on.”

    That evening we attended a reunion for Vietnam era SEALs at the Coronado yacht club.The following 2 days and nights were the full West Coast SEAL reunion. Tomorrow morning we head north on the bikes and chase car to our next reunion in Oregon......
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    The Delightful Del

    A travel blog entry by 4memorieswego on Jul 19, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... by this ghost story. On our first night, Josie was visiting the bathroom and the lights went on automatically. Scared her a bit. But we showed her how it all worked and how it wasn't Kate Morgan.

    Dan was our waiter for linner when we arrived on Friday, so we requested a table in his area. We enjoyed lamb shank (wonderful taste, very tender - a shout out to the Sloane's "why don't we eat more lamb?") and a strawberry rhubarb cobbler.
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    San Diego

    A travel blog entry by abimartin on Nov 01, 2013

    6 photos

    ... an actual biscuit, bacon and a whole load of other things I can't even remember. It was incredible but destroyed me, so had to go back to the house for a nap to recover. We then headed to the gas lamp district where we spent the day wandering, window shopping and drinking in the sun. The next morning we were on our last Amtrak segment back to LA ready to pick up the car for the next part of the ...

    Vegas take 2 and the drive to San Diego

    A travel blog entry by smsmith on Jul 21, 2013

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... deserted (mind the pun) town ever to drive through. Scary deserted. There was ************e around and all the houses and shops had broken windows and were either half burnt down or falling apart. We got the hell out of there pretty quickly. We went on to the famous Route 66 for a little bit just to experience it. It was pretty cool with old fashioned shops and bars along side. We didn't stay on it for very long as that route is much longer than staying ...

    San Diego - The Airport and Zoo await us!

    A travel blog entry by pestef on Jun 22, 2013

    36 photos

    ... I went to get ice and there were half a dozen excited gorgeous fat girls that smelled of toilet air freshener stepping out for the evening to go party stating to me whilst pointing..."she's getting married" and not giving a **** about anything other than the noise we'd hear later on I replied..."Ah, well then, congratulations!". With my bucket of ice to hand I stepped back into our room to give Stef the bad news. She quickly reminded me ...

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