Business Meets Pleasure at Glorietta Bay Inn
With our convenient location to Coronado Beach, Glorietta Bay Inn is a unique destination for small meetings, events, social gatherings, and corporate retreats. We offer a perfect setting for getting down to business in a professional yet casual setting. Our bright, sun-filled room has lots of windows, private break-out room, fully-equipped kitchen and a large private patio. We offer a range of business services for our small meeting room including high-speed wireless internet access, audiovisual equipment rental, and on-site event coordination.
Interested in a group room block for a special occasion such as a birthday party, wedding room block, or reunion? We would be happy to assist in arranging a group room block of 8 or more rooms.
A Charming Boutique Hotel
A cozy and private Coronado hotel is among the most sought after lodging options in California. With our convenient location to the "Best Beach," as designated by the Travel Channel, and our rich and luxurious architecture and past, the Glorietta Bay Inn is a definitive Coronado hotel. Our Coronado hotel combines old world charm with contemporary Southern California comfort, a winning combination that simply cannot be matched by other Coronado hotels. Our inn is overlooking the Bay, just one block from the beach, and steps away from dining and boutique shopping.
The Glorietta Bay Inn, located on Coronado Island, is just minutes away from San Diego's best attractions. Our stunning Coronado hotel takes you back to a world and time long past with all the modern comforts of today. Some of the amenities offered at our award-winning Coronado hotel are:
Our Historic Mansion offers:
So if you're planning a destination vacation, a short weekend getaway or a corporate event, don’t look further than our comfortable and elegant Coronado hotel.
John Dietrich Spreckels did more than any other individual in San Diego's history to help the city prosper. His visionary leadership helped put San Diego on the map of national and international commerce. Spreckels dedicated much of his energy to building San Diego, but his love was Coronado Island. As a part of his many acquisitions, Spreckels invested $500,000 in the Coronado Beach Company which had developed The Hotel del Coronado, and by 1890 he held controlling interest in the hotel. Within the next decade he owned all but five parcels of Coronado Island and North Island. Spreckels gave the city its library, several parks and its largest commercial building, the Spreckels Building on Orange Avenue. It was on Coronado Island that Spreckels built his dream home on five acres of land overlooking Glorietta Bay across from the Hotel del Coronado. In 1906, Spreckels, 53, contracted Architect Harrison Albright to design and build the Mansion. The building, designed with the simple, classic lines of Italian Renaissance, was complete in 1908 with six bedrooms, three baths, a parlor, dining room and library at the cost of $35,000. At that time, Spreckels' Mansion featured a brass cage elevator, a marble staircase with leather-padded handrails, skylights, marble floors and some of the Island's most spectacular gardens. The home was built with reinforced steel and concrete, an earthquake precaution Spreckels insisted upon after living through the 1906 San Francisco earthquake.
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