Your Travel Itinerary

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GETTING THERE

by plane

San Diego International Airport is only three miles from Coronado, CA. An UberX from the airport to Coronado is around $16.

TUS

SAN

FLYING FROM TUCSON

Average Round Trip Airfare:    $262

FLYING FROM SUN PRAIRIE

DCRA

SAN

Average Round Trip Airfare:    $505

GETTING THERE

by car

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If you would prefer to take the scenic route, we have it all mapped out for you.

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CA

DRIVING FROM TUCSON

411.2 miles

Driving Time:    6 hours

DRIVING FROM SUN PRAIRIE

WI

CA

[ We wouldn't recommend it.]

Driving Time:    30 hours

2,058.6 miles

ACCOMMODATIONS

Now that you know how you'll get here, we have mapped out a few hotels for you that are near all the action!

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LOEWS CORONADO BAY RESORT

from $179

0 miles from the wedding venue

We have a room block available here!

Group Rates Available: September 28 - October 6, 2021

Guest Room Rates: starting from $199.00 plus tax

Room Block Closes: September 1, 2021

Registered group guests will receive a discounted Resort Amenities fee of $15. 

4000 Coronado Bay Rd,

Coronado, CA 92118

(619) 424-4000

RAMBLER MOTEL

from $100

2 miles from the wedding venue

225 Bay Blvd,

Chula Vista, CA 91910

(619) 425-8200

BEST WESTERN PLUS MARINA GATEWAY

from $126

2.3 miles from the wedding venue

800 Bay Marina Dr,

National City, CA 91950

(619) 259-2800

DAYS INN BY WYNDHAM SAN DIEGO CHULA VISTA SOUTH BAY

from $84

2.2 miles from the wedding venue

699 E St, 

Chula Vista, CA 91910

(619) 425-3862

HERCOR HOTEL / URBAN BOUTIQUE

from $102

2.4 miles from the wedding venue

692 H St,

Chula Vista, CA 91910

(619) 425-3862

SURESTAY PLUS HOTEL BY BEST WETERN CHULA VISTA WEST

from $62

2.9 miles from the wedding venue

778 Broadway,

Chula Vista, CA 91910

(619) 271-9554

THINGS TO DO

in Coronado

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We hope that you will turn our destination wedding weekend into your own vacation and enjoy all that Coronado has to offer — which is a lot! There are beautiful beaches and spectacular places to eat and shop. Coronado also offers plenty of places to rent bicycles for bike rides down the beach, and of course, the Coronado Ferry to explore the Gas Lamp District.

1. VISIT CORONADO BEACH

How could you not want to sink your toes in the sand? Bonus: we can light a bonfire at night using one of the many free public fire pits! S'mores anybody?

2. TOUR THE HISTORIC HOTEL DEL CORONADO

Arguably one of the most iconic buildings in all of California, the 130-year-old Hotel Del Coronado has seen celebrities, royalty, and has even been claimed to be home to a few spirits. The Coronado Historical Association offers 90-minute walking tours through the property.

3. VISIT A SUNKEN SHIP

The SS Monte Carlo, a ship famous for gambling and prostitution, was anchored off the coast of Coronado. In 1937, a storm hit hard and the anchor lost hold; the boat drifted to shore. Because both activities were illegal onshore, no one claimed ownership of the boat. During very low tides, you can see the outline of the boat in the sand! It's about a quarter-mile south of the Hotel Del Coronado!

4. BIKE AROUND THE ISLAND

You can bike along the coast all the way south to the Silver Strand bike path or wander off to all the various parks on the island. There are a number of bike rental spots that can help you get set up with just about any style of bike you like, including the classic beach cruiser! Can you say Instagram worthy?

5. ...OR GOLF CART AROUND THE ISLAND!

You don't need a car to get around in Coronado — between bikes, Uber and even golf carts, driving a car will be the last thing on your mind. It's been said that a golf cart is the best way to get around the island, and they seat between two to eight people! You can rent one from Coronado Golf Cart Rentals from two hours up to 30 days [or longer]! Beep beep!

6. GOLF COURSES

Speaking of golf carts, the weather is always perfect for golfing in Coronado! If you're a golfer, check out the Coronado Golf Course! FOOOORE!

7. SHOP 'TIL YOU DROP

Ladies, while your man is out golfing, you can hit up Orange Avenue, a stretch of boutique shops, one-of-a-kind jewelry stores and, of course, heavenly places to eat. Coronado is very supportive of small business owners, so every shop you find on Orange Avenue will be unique. No chain stores allowed!

8. CATCH A PLAY

For the theatrical folks, Coronado is home to Lamb's Player's Theater, a 45-year-old nonprofit performing arts organization! As the date gets closer, check their website to see upcoming shows you might be interested in!

9. DELVE INTO HISTORY

Coronado isn't just a pretty face. It has some serious depth. Check out the Coronado Museum of History and Art while you're here to learn all about its humble beginnings.

10. RIDE THE FERRY

While we recognize that it'll be a little too cold in October to get in the water, that doesn't mean you can't be on the water! Hop on the Coronado Ferry for a 20 minute ride full of California views!