El Cordova Has Spanish Charm

Whether traveling to Southern California for business, pleasure or both, the El Cordova has a quaint charm and super accommodations on Coronado Island in San Diego…

The El Cordova Hotel on Coronado Island in San Diego was built in 1902 by its founder, Elisha Babcock, who wanted a mansion in a Spanish setting.

The boutique hotel has 40 guest rooms. Some are one or two bedroom suites with a full kitchen. Some overlook courtyards. What guests enjoy most about this Spanish-style mansion is the architecture and its informal, relaxed environment, along with its attentive staff.

Just one block from the beach, El Cordova is surrounded by a Spanish shopping village with 12 unique specialty shops and restaurants. In addition to a perfect hideaway for couples, it’s a great place for the business traveler to relax, as well as for families who want to enjoy a vacation home away from home.

For more information, call (800) 229-2032 or visit www.elcordovahotel.com.

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