Pretty Spanish touches like red-tiled roofs, archways, courtyards, and tiles stairways plus friendly service and proximity to Coronado's attractions, are just some reasons to stay at this 1930s hotel. It's undergone major renovations over the years but maintains its Old World style with Mexican tiles in the bathrooms and kitchenettes, wrought iron framed mirrors and lamps, and paintings of Spanish street scenes. There's nothing posh or pretentious, but it's a comfy spot with several shops and restaurants within the building complex including Miguel's Cocina, a popular Mexican restaurant.