Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Benefits of a Full Kitchen for Travelers

You’ve looked forward to your vacation all year, highlighting the dates on your calendars and telling everyone you know that you will be on a hiatus in the gem of the San Diego region – Coronado. And you can’t wait!

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But then all the little unexpected costs start rolling in, checking your bags on the plane, the house sitter and two new swimsuits, because you need to be stylish in the Sunshine State, starts to put a small damper on your anticipated getaway.

But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t steal away to the beach for an overdue vacation, because you more than deserve it! This just gives you the opportunity to flex your creative muscles in cutting costs, establishing bragging rights as the master traveler when you return.

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And the Coronado Inn Full Kitchen Suites give you the perfect canvas to test out your creative budgeting skills. Our rooms offer all the needed amenities for travelers looking to cook with a full kitchen, a fridge, stove-top burners and a microwave. If outdoors is more your style, take advantage of our BBQs.

Providing the luxuries of Coronado, combined with the comforts of home, travelers can keep their food costs to a minimum and cook in house. With a full grocery store within walking distance, cooking at Coronado Inn’s suites will be even easier than at home! This will keep your unexpected costs down to a minimum, maximizing the amount of fun you can have on your vacation.

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To book a room today, visit www.coronadoinn.com.

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