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Highlights Coronado

  • Access to public beaches
  • Peninsula destination
  • Surfer paradise
  • Nature lovers
  • Discover history
  • Water sport enthusiasts

Best Vacation Rentals in Coronado

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Coronado Island, Coronado
Vacation Rental • 2594 ft² • 3 Bedrooms
(7 reviews)
PLEASE NOTE: Coronado city code requires a minimum 26 day stay for vacation rentals. Vacation in Coronado Island. Stay for a month without needing to bring anything, or bring your own toys! Walking is beautiful and pleasant on the Island (no hills!). The beach is just a short 15-minute stroll. It has a 'no leash' dog beach and, for good reason, is ranked the Number 1 beach in America. Enjoy Hotel del Coronado and the surrounding beauty and fun of San Diego. Sea World, San Diego Zoo, and their Animal Park. See Lego Land, Disneyland, and all the fun of California and northern Baja Mexico. All...
from $454 / night
Coronado Island, Coronado
Vacation Rental • 1647 ft² • 2 Bedrooms
(2 reviews)
*Waterfront Condo w Huge Patio and BoatDock-41 Kingston Ct-Bring your own boat! *Verify dates w Alberta Ciani Coronado Cays Realty 619 424 7000 -This ground floor condo, (no staircase)has Mexican Saltillo tile throughout the space and huge patio, crown molding throughout, along with ceiling fans in each room, and plantation shutters. This condo has a master suite featuring a King Bed along with a huge custom walk in closet. The second bedroom has two Full beds. The condo has three Smart Samsung TV's, a 50 inch in the family room, a 40 inch in the master suite, and a 32 inch in the second be...
from $167 / night
Coronado Island, Coronado
Vacation Rental • 2992 ft² • 3 Bedrooms
(10 reviews)
Our home is Air conditioned for all season comfort. . Situated across the street from a beautiful (dog friendly park), and bicycle/pedestrian path. You will never drive again! Home has panoramic views of the famous Hotel Del, Glorietta Bay, downtown San Diego and the Coronado Bay Bridge. This is the perfect home to get away from it all, relax and enjoy the views.Each room in our home has a veranda or deck, providing outside access. Stunning sunsets are visible from the upstairs family room. If you love outdoor living, you will love our home. From sunrise to sunset all rooms are bathed in na...
from $651 / night

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Prices and availability

Vacation rental prices Coronado

$507for 11 Feb - 18 Feb
$571 annual average
Average price per week

Vacation rentals availability Coronado

1%for 11 Feb - 18 Feb
4% annual average
Percentage of available rentals

Vacation rentals in Coronado

Beachside rental location in California

The peninsula of Coronado is located just a short drive away from San Diego. Frequently referred to as an island, Coronado is connected to the mainland of California by a bridge. This small, tree-lined city has a population of just over 20,000 people. Coronado was founded in the 1880s and ever since it has been the main destination for travelers visiting the area. Famously known by its locals as “The Crown City,” Coronado took its name from the Spanish term “the crowned one,” as it was founded by the explorer Sebastian Vizcaino. The city provides its visitors with many activities, especially involving water sports and nature trails, all just a stone throw away from the vacation rentals. However, you will also be able to find historical landmarks, museums, and with its proximity to a metropolitan city, fantastic nightlife.

About the vacation rentals

You will not be disappointed by the vast choices of vacation rentals you can find in Coronado. With so much diversity, there are endless options for rental properties to choose from when coming to Coronado. Imagine spending your day sipping on a cold beverage by your private pool, having direct access to some of the best beaches in the world, or observing the city from up high in your balcony. If you decide to choice Coronado for your next vacation, the outcome will be delightful.

Vacations in Coronado

What to do and how to get there

Rest and recreation in Coronado

The city of Coronado is located just a short drive from San Diego, making the San Diego International Airport the most convenient one. Palm Beach International Airport and Los Angeles International Airport are longer drives but choices that can be considered. Moreover, if driving from San Diego is not an option for you, there are also ferries and water taxis available that cross the Big Bay. Once you arrive in Coronado, you will be surprised by the many activities you can partake in. Being known for its incredible beaches, Coronado will provide you with white sand and clear waters for an ideal day of sunbathing. You will also be able to enjoy a day out surfing, kayaking, paddleboarding, windsurfing and many other water sports. Coronado also has other activities to enjoy such as historical museums, shopping, live entertainment and nature trails.

Where to eat in Coronado

After a long day at the beach, head over to Serẽa for a fine dining experience. This restaurant is run by the notorious chef executive JoJo Ruiz and the kitchen focuses on local and sustainable cuisine. Try out some of their specialities such as the spot prawns, sea urchins or the rock cod which you will find displayed in their raw bar. On the other hand, give your taste buds a European experience by checking out the Little Frenchie. This cozy bistro provides its clients with a new Parisian style bistro, including French beers and wines. Do not miss out on trying the escargot, steak frites, and fromage, the most popular dishes of the house.

Travelers and activities

Coronado for beach lovers

The most popular beach on the peninsula is Coronado Central Beach stretching for 1.5 miles long beach. Located nearby the notorious Hotel Del Coronado, on Ocean Boulevard, this beach will provide you with glimmering sand along the strip, thanks to the unique mineral known as mica. While visiting Coronado Central Beach, you will have plenty of opportunities to sunbathe, surf or play volleyball. If you are bringing your fluffy friend along for the ride on your vacation to Coronado, you must visit North Beach/Coronado Dog Beach. This beach is one of the favorites for locals and dog owners alike. Providing you with a leash-free option all year round, the beach also boasts amazing views of Point Loma and the Hotel del Coronado.

Coronado for water sports lovers

The gentle waves that can be found on the beaches of Coronado make it the ideal location for any visitor that wishes to learn how to get on top of a board. Whether you wish to learn how to paddleboard or how to surf, there are a handful of beaches that provide you with the opportunity to rent the equipment and take some lessons. One of the favorite locations for surfers in Coronado is Outlet. This beach is located near the North Island Naval Air Base. However, if you are a true beginner, you will find that the coastline that is found south towards Imperial Beach have easier waves for surfing. Check out San Diego Bay for some surfing or paddleboarding if you want the chance to encounter the rare sea turtles in the area.

Did you know that Coronado has become a very bike friendly area which supports sustainable transportation?

Top 5 travel tips for Coronado

1. Hotel del Coronado

One of the most iconic buildings in San Diego County is the Hotel del Coronado. Created over 130 years ago, this stunning piece of architecture encompasses stories of royalties, celebrities and dignitaries staying here. On the way to become a National Historic Landmark, this is a not to be missed location.

2. The Sandcastle Man

Ask any local about the Sandcastle Man and you will learn the story of a living legend. This mysterious man creates magnificent works of art around the beach that will pop up from a day to another. If you are lucky enough, you can even catch a lesson from him on how to create a spectacular sandcastle yourself.

3. SS Monte Carlo

This ship was known for the mischievousness that went on aboard. The ship sunk during a storm in 1937 and the boat drifted to the shores of Coronado. As illegal activities were happening onboard, no one ever claimed the ship. During the low tide, you will be able to see the top of the ship come out of the water, making it a rare and exciting sighting.

4. Spreckles Park

It may be possible that after spending so much time on the beach, you might want to spend some time by the grass. Located in the center of the peninsula you can find Spreckles Park. This park is the perfect location for family-friendly activities as it is equipped with playgrounds and picnic areas.

5. Lamb’s Players Theatre

A fun activity to enjoy with family and friends after dinner is catching a live show at the local theater. Lamb’s Players Theatre is the perfect location to watch some stand up coming, a classical play or even a musical.

FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Coronado

How much do you pay, on average, for vacation rentals in Coronado?

At an average cost of $528 per night, Coronado lies at the upper end of the price range for vacation rentals in the USA.

During which months are vacation rentals cheaper in Coronado?

If it is your aim to save the maximum during your vacation to Coronado, travel in April ($465 per night on average), May ($473), or March ($495), to find the lowest prices for the whole year.

In which months is it more expensive to rent a vacation rental in Coronado?

When it comes to looking for a vacation rental in Coronado, the months when it is most expensive are, in order of highest to lowest, July, August and December, with average prices per night of $587, $586, and $579, respectively.

Are there usually many vacation rentals available in Coronado?

If you decide to put Coronado on your bucket list, we recommend organizing your vacation long before you go because it is usually very high in demand, with an annual average of 80% of rentals booked the previous year.

When are more vacation rentals available?

The best months to find free accommodation in Coronado are May (the average amount of properties that are free reached 40% of the total last year), January (27%), and February (25%).

When are fewer rentals available in Coronado?

Vacation rentals in Coronado reach their peak in demand in April, with an availability rate of 2%. The second most requested month is September, with 10%, and the third is March with 12%. During this period, the availability is only 8%. It is therefore preferable to book far in advance.

How many vacation rentals are there in Coronado?

Holidu offers around 330 properties in Coronado from 2 different providers, so find the perfect type of accommodation you are looking for. We've got you covered!

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