Across the bay from downtown San Diego, California, lies an island full of wonder. Stunning views, breathtaking venues, and team experiences eventgoers will only find on Coronado Island abound. Best of all, this island of wonder is just 8 miles from the San Diego Airport. From the beach to the bay is a short (and safe) walk or drive for event planners, their staff, and event attendees. Along that walk, visitors will witness Coronado’s historic architecture, hot new restaurants, and perfect sunsets.
A Study in Contrast
Coronado Island is easy to reach, but impossible to forget. This small seaside town is home to a new state-of-the-art meeting venue called Southpointe Event Center at the Hotel del Coronado. Inside, there’s 15,000 square feet of innovative meeting space steps from the famous resort built in 1888. History is certainly a part of Coronado’s story, but Coronado Island is where planners will find new experiences for their team members. Between sessions, there’s Yoga on a Yacht, sandcastle-building events, and once-in-a-lifetime sessions with Navy SEALs. Among Coronado’s architecture, brand-new shops and spa experiences entice all.
An Island of Options
Coronado Island’s coastline offers lots of options during planning. In fact, with three resorts to choose from, planners’ decisions are made easy. If a program needs a tranquil setting with lots of privacy, there’s Loews Coronado Bay Resort. The Coronado Island Marriott Resort is perfect for quick off-site events in San Diego. The legendary Hotel del Coronado offers an experience like no other—from its seaside venues to the largest wooden ballroom in America. Coronado features an array of venues, with almost 100 indoor and coastal spaces to choose from.
See why Coronado is considered San Diego’s premiere meeting location here.