Comfortable place to stay, sleep and recuperate. Close to LAX, beach, food, Starbucks, and shopping. Comfy beds, clean restroom, awesome continental breakfast, quick heat/AC.
Four things I didn't like: outside view - walls,
security deposit per room wasn't mention at the time of reservation, parking fee per night $14, and walk to the parking lot situated on the next block -especially at night.
Traveller from Chicago
This hotel offers complimentary 24-hour shuttle service to and from Los Angeles International Airport, 1 mile north.More
We had a family room with two queen sized beds. The room is spacious however there is very little if any storage space except for the clothes hanger. With four people we had to live out our suitcases as there was no chest of draws to put our clothes. This reduced the comfort of the room. Also there was nowhere in the bathroom to hang towels despite the hotel encouraging the reuse of towels. Also we ordered room service a couple of times bur there was no place to put food nor chairs no table to eat at. We had dinner on our beds.
Traveller from Sydney
A half-block from cable cars, this hotel is 2 blocks from Westfield San Francisco Shopping Centre; the Moscone Center and the …More
We stayed 3 nights at The Dana in late Dec.2016. We were in a room over looking the Mission Bay and I must say it was lovely to wake up looking across the bay. The bathroom was a nice size but it needed a bit of work as the wallpaper in one corner by the counter was peeling off and the ceiling needed painting.
As it was late December it was a bit cool to use the pool and we didn't get to try the restaurant. Check in/out was good other than that we didn't into act with the staff.
My wife and I would like to visit again without the kids just to spend more time relaxing around the bay area and sipping Pina Coladas by the pool in the summer.
Traveller from Christchurch New Zealand
Adjacent to San Diego's Mission Bay, this 13-acre hotel is within 2 miles of SeaWorld and Mission Beach, and 6 miles of the …More
I've lived in San Diego for most of my life but never stayed in the Del. Our stay was excellent in every way, from the greeting in the dark wood lobby to our departure at the valet parking. Having a drink on at an ocean front bar with the sound of the Pacific pounding on the shore was special.
Traveller from San Diego
One of the largest and oldest resorts on the Pacific Coast, Hotel del Coronado occupies 28 acres of oceanfront property at …More