Glorietta Bay Inn      
1630 Glorietta Blvd, Coronado, CA 92118-2913, USA    
(800) 283-9383, (619) 435-3101


  1. Glorietta Bay Inn Spreckels Mansion...
  2. Outdoor Verandah...
  3. Historic Music Room...
  4. Sugar Baron Room...
  5. The Spreckels Suite...
  6. The Garden Suite...
  7. Penthouse...
  8. Sunset Room...
  9. Library Room...
  10. Coronado Room...
  11. Modern Deluxe King Room...
  12. Modern Suite...

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Circa 1908. Encounter resplendent grandeur at this Edwardian mansion, built for the renown John D. Spreckels and now a historic landmark. Major restoration has preserved many of the original light fixtures, sconces and chandeliers, brass banisters, marble stairs, copper-clad glass doors, hardwood floors and ornate woodwork. The Music Room boasts a baby grand player piano, guest library and board games. Thoughtful modernization of suites and guest bedrooms includes heat and air conditioning, high-speed Internet access, voicemail, cable TV and spa. A generous continental breakfast buffet is served in the Verandah Room. The swimming pool is a popular gathering place and afternoon refreshments are enjoyed on the patio. Enjoy a docent-led walking tour of the island on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.

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$185 to $650

Payment Types Accepted Include Visa, Travelers Checks, Master Card, Discover, American Express and Diners Club.

    • Snacks/Refreshments
    • Breakfast


This property has 15 total guest accommodations, 100 with private bath, 1 with hot tub, 19 suites.

  • Air Conditioning
  • Bath Amenities
  • Bathrobes
  • Cable TV
  • Coffeemaker
  • Computers
  • Copy Machine
  • DVD
  • Fax
  • Hair Dryer
  • Handicap Access
  • Iron/Ironing Board
  • Pool
  • Refrigerator
  • Swimming
  • Telephone
  • Television
  • Turn-Down Service
  • Wireless Internet Access

Business Traveler Amenities

  • Wireless Internet Access
  • Television
  • Off-site Dry Cleaning Services
  • Modem Connection
  • Iron/Ironing Board
  • Internet Access
  • Hair Dryer
  • Gym Nearby
  • FAX On-site
  • Desk
  • Daily Newspapers

Events Hosted

    • Romantic Getaways
    • Family Reunions
    • Meetings
    • Small Meetings (10-15 People)

Spa Services

On-Site Spa Services

  • Fitness Center
  • Massages

The Penthouse Suite

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 from the bay and the island. French Doors lead to a large private deck with outdoor table and Chaise Lounges.

Rates: $700 - $700

Coronado Room

This comfortable and beautiful room features a peek at the dramatic-looking Coronado Bay Bridge. Its private bath retains the original skylight, and the room features a huge walk-in closet and two queen beds.

Rates: $295 - $350

Sugar Baron Room

The Spreckels Suite

Originally the private bedroom of John D. Spreckels, this beautiful room has a living room area with a separate bedroom with a king size bed. French doors off the living room open up to a private patio with a spectacular view of Glorietta Bay.

Rates: $370 - $495

The Sunset Room

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 seaside motif and a king bed.

Rates: $300 - $370

The Crown Room

"Romantic," with its king bed dressed in muted red and green tones, fully describes this lovely guest room. The rose print is carried through to the bathroom which houses one of the mansion's original skylights.

Rates: $295 - $350

Lurline Room

Named for the yacht John D. Spreckels sailed into town on, the spacious Lurline Room features tall ceilings, decorative earth tones and original molding. This king-bedded guest room has a "grand" feel.

Rates: $295 - $350

The Library Room

High ceilings, original hard-carved travertine fireplace and crown molding, make this spacious first-floor king-bedded room extra special.

Rates: $295 - $350

The Garden Suite

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 patio with a fountain, a king bed, the original butler's kitchen, and a comfortable sitting area.

Rates: $325 - $425

The Albright Room

This spacious and cheery room features many windows and brand new furnishings. With its two queen beds, lounge and dinette area, this room is simply delightful.

Rates: $285 - $370

Lillies Bedroom

The sun-filled bedroom named for John D. Spreckels' daughter is decorated in beautiful colors and carries a garden theme. This king-bedded room also features a sitting room next to the bedroom.

Rates: $300 - $390

Contemporary Inn Rooms - Bay View King

Located in the buildings surrounding the Mansion. All of these guestrooms offer high-quality, reasonably-priced accommodations. All rooms feature small refrigerators, safes, irons, hair dryers, and DVD and CD players.

Rates: $299 - $360

Contemporary Inn Suites

Our spacious suites offer our guests fully equipped kitchens and are a perfect choice for families and extended stays. King beds and sofa beds are featured. Two-bedroom, two-bath suites with a kitchenette are also available.

Rates: $269 - $535

Deluxe Room with Two Queen Beds

Located in the buildings surrounding the Mansion. All of these guestrooms offer high-quality, reasonably-priced accommodations. All rooms feature small refrigerators, safes, irons, hair dryers, and DVD and CD players.

Rates: $250 - $360

Standard Room

Located in the buildings surrounding the Mansion. All of these guestrooms offer high-quality, reasonably-priced accommodations. All rooms feature small refrigerators, safes, irons, hair dryers, and DVD and CD players.

Rates: $189 - $225

Reservation/Cancellation Policies:


All months except July/Aug: 72 hours prior to date of arrival. July and August: 7 days prior to the date of arrival

Other Activities

    • Water Sports
    • Tennis
    • Sports Events, Major College
    • Shopping (Local Crafts)
    • Parks
    • Museums
    • Live Theater
    • Horseback Riding
    • Hiking
    • Golf
    • Fishing
    • Canoeing/Kayaking
    • Bicycling
    • Beaches
    • Art Galleries
    • Antiquing
    • Amusement Park
    • World-famous San Diego Zoo

Historic Interest

In 1906, Spreckels, 53, contracted Architect Harrison Albright to design and build the Mansion. The building, designed with the simple, classic lines of Italian Renaissance, was complete in 1908 with six bedrooms, three baths, a parlor, dining room and library at the cost of $35,000. At that time, Spreckels’ Mansion featured a brass cage elevator, a marble staircase with leather-padded handrails, skylights, marble floors and some of the Island’s most spectacular gardens. The home was built with reinforced steel and concrete, an earthquake precaution Spreckels insisted upon after living through the 1906 San Francisco earthquake.

Historic Awards:

  • City Historical Site (Granted)
  • State Historical Site (Granted)
  • State Historical Site (Applied)

Historic sites nearby:

Hotel Del Coronado (.08 miles)

Other Awards:

BEST GUEST RELATIONS STATEWIDE - California Hotel and Lodging Association awarded Glorietta Bay Inn the top award in 2010 & 2012 for the best guest relations, statewide for all hotels




BEST BOUTIQUE HOTEL - Coronado Lifestyle magazine’s readers voted Glorietta Bay Inn “Best Boutique Hotel” for 2002, 2003, 2004, 2007 and 2009

BEST HISTORIC RESTORATION - Glorietta Bay Inn won the award from the City of Coronado for the marvelous restoration of the Spreckels Mansion

BEST COMMUNITY SERVICE - The American Hotel & Lodging Association awarded Glorietta Bay Inn the top award in the U.S. for 2004, 2005 and 2008  community service for hotels with less than 150 rooms

THE NEW YORK TIMES - Called the Inn “charming.”

BEST VALUE - ABC’s The View, in 2003, guest Peter Greenberg named the Inn an affordable getaway

CORONADO HISTORICAL LANDMARK - Designation awarded by the City of Coronado and the Coronado Historical Association

“SPOT OF BEAUTY” - Awarded by the Bridge & Bay Garden Club in October 2004 & June 2007

BEAUTIFUL COMMERCIAL FRONT - Awarded 2011 first place ribbon by Coronado Floral Association.’’

“PATRIOTIC BUSINESS” - Awarded by the Coronado Rotary Club – 4th of July, 2006

Nearby College/University


Mansion Cookies

Our guests love the cookies they get at turndown during their stay in the mansion! For your mansion stay at home enjoy this chocolate chip cookie recipe. For best results… Measure by weight not by volume. Let cookie dough sit in fridge overnight

Oh Snap, Gingersnaps!

Our daily afternoon refreshments of lemonade and gingersnap cookies are a favorite among our guests. That\'s why it\'s only appropriate to make our first recipe on gingersnaps. For the entire Glorietta Bay Inn experience while you\'re at home, pair with s

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Fabulous location & Great Service

Had a wonderful weekend stay at this delightful inn! Located across the street from The Del and within walking distance of several great restaurants, this was the perfect getaway! The service, as always, was amazing. Kudos to the entire management team (Claudia, Mike & Tim) for making us so comfortable and accommodating my mom who needed a handicap-accessible room. The complimentary breakfast and welcome bottle of wine made the visit exceptional. I'll be visiting again.
Diane Ringler

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BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
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Fabulous Location

This property is just lovely and perfectly located right across from the Del Hotel and one block from the infamous Boat House Restaurant. Glorietta Bay has a wonderful staff that attended to every request with urgency and a smile. They even came to our room to open a particularly difficult bottle of wine! The Continental breakfast in "the mansion" was plentiful and the seating (both indoors and outdoors on the terrace) gave you opportunities to eat alone or mingle with other guests. The property is clean and well maintained. I'd recommend it to singles, couples and families with children. Their pool was active with little ones having a blast. Thank you to Claudia and her team for a wonderful weekend!
Diane R
Irvine, CA

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BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
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The Coronado Boat House Restaurant has changed it's name to the 1887 On The Bay. I highly recommend their Happy Hour which boasts all of the great appetizers at a discount, along with fabulous cocktails and a view you can't beat from their second level. It is less than a block from the hotel and an easy walk.
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