Our Coronado San Diego Hotel...
is just moments away from one of the finest beaches in the world.
Just a few miles from downtown San Diego lies Coronado, an affluent beach community surrounded by gorgeous water and bathed in sunshine. Our Coronado San Diego hotel, Hilton San Diego Bayfront, is just a few miles from this vibrant community that is connected to downtown San Diego by the unique San Diego-Coronado Bridge and the Silver Strand, a 10-mile strip of land connecting Coronado and Imperial Beach. Voted as one of the finest beaches in the world, Coronado San Diego offers white sands, excellent family environment and endless opportunities for fun in the sun.
Coronado draws over 2 million people a year to its sandy beaches. The community is known as a world class resort destination, offering over 70 restaurants, art galleries, luxurious day spas and much more. Golf enthusiasts flock to one of the world's superior golf courses, 18-hole Coronado Golf Course, where they can see dramatic views of the Coronado Bay Bridge, San Diego Bay and the stunning San Diego skyline. Coronado has attracted many celebrities over the years including Charles Lindbergh, Thomas Edison, Babe Ruth, Jack Dempsey, Willie Mays, Magic Johnson, and Muhammad Ali. Many presidents have also visited, including William Howard Taft, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton, George H.W. Bush and more. Coronado in San Diego is supposedly the inspiration for the Emerald City in The Wizard of Oz. Author L. Frank Baum was a resident and because of the reported association with Oz, Coronado is often referred to as "The Emerald City".
Visit the main street of Coronado, Orange Avenue. The quintessential all-American city includes small, local owned shops, parades, and picnics in the park. Explore Coronado's friendly neighborhoods to discover a diverse mix of architectural styles from the towers and turrets of Victorian homes to Spanish villas to cozy beach cottages. Along with being a friendly community, Coronado is also military friendly. The US military has been a presence in Coronado since 1913 when the Army first came there, followed by the Navy a decade later. Naval Air Station North Island occupies the entire north half of Coronado and is home to three aircraft carriers. The Naval Amphibious Base, located at the southern end of town, is home to the elite fighting group, the Navy SEALs, and navy housing communities populate the peninsula.