As the country recovers and restrictions are lifted, Coronado remains fully committed to new safety protocols, team training, contactless systems and sanitation strategies. In all the excitement, we haven’t forgotten what matters to you.
Locally, each of the four Discover Coronado resorts are going to great lengths to keep you, other guests and their staff safe. Those efforts include investments for elevated disinfection, physical distancing practices, controlled foot traffic, fewer touch points, and other guidelines from authorities.
Learn more about the Coronado Island Marriott Resort’s efforts here.
Learn more about the Glorietta Bay Inn’s efforts here.
Learn more about the Hotel del Coronado’s efforts here.
Learn more about Loews Coronado Bay Resort’s efforts here.
Throughout Coronado Island, the charming little shops and restaurants that you’ve come to love are reopening under guidelines established by local authorities. Indoor dining will now allowed (with distancing and mask guidelines.) Safety rules for retail locations protect customers and staff alike.
So Coronado doctors, nurses and healthcare workers stay safe, supplies that are not being used by resort spas and housekeeping are being donated to Sharp Hospital Coronado.
Local volunteers are distributing masks (at no cost) to Coronado elders and most vulnerable residents.
The Coronado Chamber of Commerce and Coronado MainStreet have been vigilant in their efforts to keep locally owned shops, stores and services operating during the crisis. Most local restaurants are now open with distance seating available. The City of Coronado has offered Lifeline Business Loans to businesses that remain closed due to restriction.