San Diego, CA
In San Diego, when you’re not enjoying the sun, sand and surf, there are always plenty of shops to explore. And best of all, some of it is right here at the Loews Coronado Bay Resort. Of course we offer things like sunscreen or a magazine, but our boutiques also carry the latest designer swimwear, resort clothing and jewelry.
In addition to our three on-site shops and boutiques, the surrounding area offers all kinds of choices. From unique boutiques to quaint shops to malls with dozens of stores including Coach, Tiffany & Co. and Victoria’s Secret, this area is home to some of the best shopping around. You’re certain to find latest styles from labels like Jimmy Choo at the upscale Fashion Valley outdoor mall. Or enjoy some delectable fudge and an iced latte after exploring the charming Seaport Village.
Visit our resort boutique for all your must-have beach accessories, including Maui Jim sunglasses and OluKai flip-flops, in addition to stylish logo apparel, jewelry and other retail items for guests of all ages.
Sea Spa Boutique
A full-service retail area featuring exclusive product lines such as Skin Authority, Pure Fiji, Moroccan Oil, Alfaparf and OPI Gel Polish and Nails.
We carry resort wear that reflects the essence of Southern California. Come and browse our selection for the entire family.
817 West Harbor Drive
A landmark in waterfront shopping and dining, Seaport Village features a unique collection of 57 specialty shops and galleries, four bay-view restaurants, 13 sidewalk eateries and an 1890 Looff carousel. Breathtaking views and live entertainment make Seaport Village the perfect place to capture the spirit of San Diego.
7007 Friars Road
Discover the city’s finest collection of stores in this outdoor shopping mall featuring more than 220 shops and restaurants. Browse through many shops found only in San Diego, as well as Smith & Hawken, Tiffany & Co., Pottery Barn, Bose and P.F. Chang’s China Bistro.
Westfield Horton Plaza
324 Horton Plaza
Horton Plaza's construction in the mid-1980s jump-started the Gaslamp renaissance. Its multi-level, whimsical architecture is a must-see for any San Diego visitor. Nordstrom, Macy's and a wide array of shops, plus a food court and movie theater, make this a popular noontime stop for downtown workers.
Las Americas Premium Outlets
4211 Camino de la Plaza
Visit the largest fashion outlet center in San Diego, featuring California’s only Neiman Marcus Last Call, Guess Factory Store, Coach Factory and more than 125 stores and restaurants. Stroll through the center’s beautiful courtyards featuring fountains, statues and fine architecture. With savings up to 70%, Las Americas has transformed the border region into a must-stop, must-shop venue.
For more information about San Diego shopping, speak with our concierge.