The entire third floor of the mansion is yours. Take the original two-person brass cage elevator to the suite and enjoy 1,000 square feet of space. A large picture window provides some of the best views of the bay and the island. French Doors lead to a large private deck with outdoor table and chaise lounges. Encounter views of the Coronado Bridge, Glorietta Bay, and the Pacific Ocean. Wind down the day in the jacuzzi tub in the master suite bathroom furnished with a vanity and a separate rain shower. Two person occupancy only.
Originally the private bedroom of John D. Spreckels, this beautiful room has a living room area with a convenient kitchenette, and a separate bedroom with a king size bed. French doors off the living room open up to a spacious balcony with a spectacular view of Glorietta Bay. The balcony includes an elegant table, umbrella and chaise lounges to relax and soak up the Coronado sun. The bathroom features a bathtub with shower. Two person occupancy only.
The sun-filled bedroom named for John D. Spreckels' daughter is decorated in beautiful calming colors. This king-bedded room also features a separate spacious sitting room next to the bedroom. The marble tiled bathroom features a walk-in shower. Two person occupancy only.
With its own private entrance at the back of the mansion, this opulent suite is perfect for a romantic getaway. The largest of our mansion rooms, the Garden Suite features a private patio with a fountain, a grand king bed, the original butler's pantry equipped with a kitchenette, and a comfortable living room area. The bathroom features a bathtub with shower. Two person occupancy only.
This comfortably spacious and relaxing room features many windows with peeks of Glorietta Bay. With its two queen beds, lounge and dinette area, this room is simply delightful. The bathroom features a countertop and a bathtub with shower. Two person occupancy only.
This comfortable and chic room features a peek at the dramatic-looking Coronado Bay Bridge. Its private bathroom features a bathtub with shower and retains the original skylight, and the room features a huge walk-in closet, high ceilings, and a king size bed. Two person occupancy only.
Originally the private bedroom of Mrs. Spreckels, this king-bedded room features a large balcony and a spectacular view of Glorietta Bay. The balcony includes an elegant table, umbrella and chaise lounges to relax and soak up the Coronado sun. The bathroom features a countertop and bathtub with shower. Two person occupancy only.
With French doors that open onto a balcony with a porch swing for two and a view of the bay, this room is the ideal place to watch a sunset. The Sunset Room features a modern chic design and a king bed. The bathroom features subway tile and a bathtub with shower. Two person occupancy only.
Settle into a comfortable king-size bed in the Crown Room. This modern room stays true to its old-world charm roots with original crown molding and high ceilings. The bathroom features the original mansion skylight and a walk-in shower . Two person occupancy.
Named for the yacht John D. Spreckels sailed into San Diego on. The spacious Lurline Room features tall ceilings, decorative earth tones and original crown molding. This king-bedded guest room has a "chic grand" feel. The spacious bathroom features a vanity area and a bathtub with shower. Two person occupancy only.
High ceilings, original hand-carved travertine fireplace and crown molding, make this spacious first-floor king-bedded room extra special. The Library room is located near the lobby and you may hear foot traffic in the mornings which makes this the perfect room for early risers. The bathroom features a countertop and a bathtub with shower.Two person occupancy only.
John Dietrich Spreckels (pictured to the left) 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. Convinced by local civic boosters that San Diego was ideally located for commerce, Spreckels at the age of 34, began investing in the community. He bought the utility company, street car system, water company and established the San Diego & Arizona Eastern railroad, opening San Diego to the east. CLICK TO READ MORE