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Coronado Dog Friendly Hotels

It’s no secret that Coronado is a great location for a family vacation. But now more than ever you can include the whole family. You know who we are talking about: Fido, Ace, Lucky, Muffin, Fluffy, Tiger and even Princess. Yes, pets are welcome on your vacation thanks to several dog friendly venues in Coronado.

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Coronado Dog Friendly Hotels – Where to Stay:

The Coronado Inn is one of four dog and cat friendly hotels in Coronado, including their sister hotel the Coronado Island Inn. They allow up to 2 pets per room (cats and dogs) for a small additional fee.

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Coronado Dog Friendly Dining – Where to Eat:

Take advantage of that constant sunshine while exploring multiple dog friendly dining patios just a 15-minute stroll from The Coronado Inn:

  • McP’s Irish Pub and Grill (1107 Orange Ave)
  • Bistro d’Asia (1301 Orange Ave)
  • Leroy’s Kitchen & Lounge (1015 Orange Ave)
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Coronado Dog Beach – Where to Play:

Don’t miss out on a minute of beach time with Coronado’s Dog Beach, offering stunning views and a wide stretch for dogs to run leash free. One of the cleanest dog beaches in the San Diego Area with ample free street parking, this will be the highlight of your dog’s vacation. Coronado’s Dog Beach is located at the northern most end of the beach near the military base entrance.

Coronado Inn Promotions and Deals:

Enjoy 10% off your dog friendly hotel room at the Coronado Inn, use promo code ECORONADO.


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