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General Hotel Information

Check-In Time
We guarantee your room will be available to check-in by 3:00pm.

Check-out Time
Check-out time is 11am.

Continental Breakfast
Complimentary continental breakfast is served daily from 7:00am until 10:30am in the Mansion Lobby. Click here for a complete list of what's included in our daily breakfast.

Parking & Transportation
Overnight parking is available at Glorietta Bay Inn for $15 per vehicle per night. We do allow in and out privileges during your stay in any of our three parking lots. We provide complimentary parking expeditor services to assist finding a parking spot when parking is full so you can focus on relaxing. Our concierge would be happy to schedule transportation using our recommended car services or taxi companies. Taxi services from the airport to the Inn run approximately $30-35 one-way.

Interested in a workout during your stay? Day passes to the Coronado Community Center, featuring the latest cardio, resistance, and flexibility equipment are available at the community center for $10.00

Cancellation Policies
Reservations must be cancelled 72-hours prior to arrival to avoid a penalty of one nights' room & tax. For arrivals June through September 3rd (excluding 4th of July packages. CXL for 4th of July call hotel direct.), reservations must be cancelled 7-days prior to arrival to avoid forfeited deposit; the one-nights room and tax deposit will be taken 7-days prior to arrival.

Room Location

Select room types are located on the second floor with one flight of stairs. If you have any special needs or requests please contact our front desk to make arrangements. We are happy to accommodate these needs as best as we can.   

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History of the Glorietta Bay Inn

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