A Stunning DebutSee What's New for Summer.

For over 133 years, The Del has captured the hearts and imaginations of guests from around the world. Now, The Del is embarking on its next chapter with a $400 Million Master Plan, a roadmap for the future that preserves its storied past while creating new experiences for new generations.

This summer, The Del will debut new guestrooms in The Views, a new Ice House Museum and a new welcome experience with an elegant Main Drive and fully restored Front Porch and Lobby.

The Views

Debuting in July 2021, The Views offers new guestrooms and suites just steps from Coronado Beach.

With front-row access to activities, The Views is a new adventure basecamp. Surf the waves, play at the beach and then kick back at Low Tide, The Del's new food truck experience debuting by late summer.

Ice House Museum & Tours

Opening on July 5, the new Ice House Museum offers a behind-the-scenes glimpse of our storied past. Open daily from 10 am to 5 pm, the Museum features artifacts, memorabilia, guided history tours and self-guided audio tours. Admission is complimentary and tours range from $25-40. The Museum is located in Wager's Row along the new Main Drive.

Main Drive

Set to debut by mid-summer, the new Main Drive will welcome guests from the south end of the resort along Avenida del Sol. This inspirational starting point will highlight the iconic beauty of the Victorian building and provide a spectacular new welcome experience for guests.

Front Porch

Debuting by mid-summer 2021, The hotel’s original front porch has been meticulously restored and will serve as a warm welcoming space for guests.

As part of the project, the beautiful, one-of-a-kind, stained-glass Coronation Window is being restored and will return to its original second-floor location. Additional stained-glass windows were also recreated from historic photos.

Lobby

The restored main lobby in the original Victorian building will also be unveiled in mid-summer. Upon completion, the lobby will continue to welcome guests with timeless grandeur for generations to come.

As part of the project, the intricate original woodwork was carefully hand-stripped and restained its original color, and wood beams throughout the lobby were reinforced with steel. Historic photographs were used to recreate as many details as possible throughout the lobby and restored front porch.

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