Wednesday, July 8, 2020

‘Tis the Season to be Giving

Rest easy after an eventful evening at Glorietta Bay Inn.

Ho Ho Ho! Glorietta Bay Inn loves their locals! Attending Coronado’s Holiday Parade & Open House on Friday, December 4? Who wouldn’t need rest after visiting Snow Mountain, meeting Santa Claus, watching the festive Holiday Parade and Tree Lighting ceremony, and ending the evening with a concert? Rest easy after an eventful evening at Glorietta Bay Inn with our Local Resident Rates. Stay December 4 – 6, 2015 and receive our local rates by calling 619-435-3101 and mentioning “JOLLY LOCALS“.

GLORIETTA BAY INN LOCAL RATES

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Glorietta Bay Inn is located in Coronado, California, overlooking the scenic Glorietta Bay and across the street from the Hotel Del Coronado. With an 11-room historic mansion and 89 contemporary inn rooms and suites, Glorietta Bay Inn combines old-world charm with modern amenities. John D. Spreckels built the historic mansion in 1908 and lived in it until his death in 1926. The mansion is a designated Coronado Historic Landmark. Glorietta Bay Inn has received numerous awards over the years for outstanding guest service. More information is available at www.gloriettabayinn.com
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