San Diego, CA
In California there are several must-see travel destinations—San Diego included. People come here from all over the world for the beaches, nightlife, culture, Spanish-influenced architecture, and the authentic Cal-Mex cuisine. But most of all, they come to experience the palpable feeling that the locals refer to as the SoCal vibe. At Loews Hotels, we pride ourselves on delivering vibrant, uniquely local experiences. Our knowledgeable hotel staff will ensure you have all you need to enjoy the sights and the sounds of this wonderful area we call home.
We’re just minutes from San Diego and our multilingual concierge team will be happy to customize an itinerary for you, based on your interests and preferences. Whether you prefer famous white-linen restaurants, or a neighborhood taco stand, we can help direct you to the best of San Diego. Looking for world-class theater? The choices abound. Interested in a personal tour of historic Old Town? We know just the people to contact for sightseeing in San Diego. From museums to cultural excursions, from sporting events to shopping, San Diego has everything you’re looking for and then some.
Loews Coronado Bay Resort epitomizes the Southern California lifestyle and there isn’t an experience that is more “SoCal” than getting out on the water, enjoying the fresh air and feeling alive! Borja De Lis and Edwin Arellano oversee our resort’s private marina and were happy to tell us about their three favorite water sports to enjoy while staying in Coronado: sailing, power boating and stand-up paddle boarding… Read more
Coronado has everything you need for an amazing beach getaway—shopping, dining, recreation, and beautiful sights! But given the close proximity to downtown San Diego, many Loews Coronado Bay guests opt to take a day trip to explore. No car is needed for this adventure—hop onto the Coronado Ferry at the Coronado Ferry Landing to head over to Broadway Pier. Once you’re in San Diego, it’s a leisurely 10-minute walk to the Gaslamp District… Read more
With amazing weather and beautiful scenery, we San Diegans tend to spend a lot of time outdoors—so it’s no wonder that we’re such avid dog lovers, too. Owners alongside their canine companions are a common sight everywhere you go! My quirky-yet-lovable mutt Pochacco and I love to frequent our favorite parks, restaurants and boutiques. Read on for our favorite spots and pet-friendly things to do in San Diego and Coronado... Read more
With 70 miles of coastline and idyllic year-round weather, San Diego is a one-stop vacation spot for sunshine, R&R, beaches and world-renowned attractions. Given that the city was recently named one of America’s 10 richest cities by USA Today, you would think that San Diego would have quite an impact on your wallet. But ironically, one of my favorite parts about living here is being able to take advantage of everything the area has to offer–without spending a lot of money… Read more
After a great morning kayaking and paddle boarding at the Loews Coronado Bay marina, I was ready for my surf lesson. Then I met Harrison, my instructor from the Coronado Surf Academy, and I decided in an instant that I would be just fine spending an hour learning surfing form and function from my designated teacher… Read more