Spacious rooms, some with
spa tubs and private entrances
refreshments and freshly baked cookies
Free use of bicycles and beach chairs
Included breakfast buffet with
rotating hot items
Free covered parking
No pool, fitness center, or spa
No full restaurant or bar
Children 12 or younger aren't permitted in some rooms
Among the nicest places to stay in Coronado, 1906 Lodge, A Four Sisters Inn is a cozy, upper-middle range property that was built in 1906 as a boarding house. Furnishings such as wooden bookshelves and painted glass lamps give the 17 rooms a homey feel. There’s no pool on-site, but it’s a short walk to the beach. Guests won’t find a full restaurant or bar on-site either, but a breakfast buffet with a daily hot dish is provided as well as afternoon snacks and freshly baked cookies. For a more affordable place to stay, guests can check out Glorietta Bay Inn, a mid-range hotel with a pool.
Boutique hotel that began as an early 20th-century boarding house
The main building at 1906 Lodge is a charming structure with white stucco walls and green window frames. Built in 1906 and designed by two renowned San Diego architects, the property originally boarded students of the School of Aviation at North Island. Today, palm trees, flowering plants, and fountains decorate the lawn, while wicker chairs give a spot to unwind on the porch. Inside, the lodge-like feel is evident in the lobby, with wooden ceiling beams, a brick fireplace, and a wooden floor with tapestry rugs. Breakfast is served in a cozy room with sea foam-green walls and glass-topped tables with wooden chairs.
Coronado Peninsula, within a short walk of the beach
The 1906 Lodge is located in a beautiful residential neighborhood surrounded by unique, upscale homes. It’s a seven-minute walk to the beach and to Orange Avenue, which has lots of tourist shops. The hotel has free loaner bicycles that make it possible to access the areas many restaurants, cafes, sandy beaches, and golf courses without using a car. It’s less than a 15-minute drive to the nightlife of the Gaslamp Quarter, and San Diego International Airport is within a 25-minute drive.
Rooms at the Lodge are
clean and spacious, with carpeted floors, light walls, and windows with venetian
blinds. Furnishings such as decorative pillows, quaint knickknacks, and framed pictures on the walls create a homey vibe. Antique touches like Tiffany lamps or wrought-iron bed frames give a nod to the lodge's history. All rooms have flat-screen TVs, iPod
docks, and free Wi-Fi, while some also have furnished patios or
balconies. Premium Rooms are available with a variety of amenities including K-cup
coffeemakers, mini-fridges, whirlpool tubs, and gas fireplaces. Bathrooms
vary in style and have walk-in showers or shower/tub combos, except in the
case of the Garden Spa Suite, which features a separate shower and whirlpool tub that faces
Free breakfast with
rotating specials, free loaner bikes, and afternoon refreshments
A stay at the Lodge includes a breakfast of pastries, fruits, oatmeal, and a rotation of daily hot specials. Free afternoon refreshments and freshly baked cookies are
also available. Other freebies include the use of loaner bikes and beach chairs and golf carts can be rented for a fee. While there's no fitness center on-site, the hotel does offer discounts to a nearby gym. Two meeting rooms are available for private events
seating up to 25 guests, and free parking is available in a tight, underground garage.
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