The 901 bus route extends from Broadway downtown SD to the Iris Street Trolley station and runs down Orange Avenue in Coronado from one end to the other, weekdays & weekends with a stop at the Hotel del, which is a block from the beach. That is not the only stop in Coronado, but one of the most important stops.
The 904 is a Shuttle bus from the Ferry Landing Market place. It's stops are timed with the ferry's arrival and departure.
If you are using public transportation while in San Diego, keep with you the phone number below. From this number you will easily be able to plan any trip you have in mind with our public transportation system.
The Old Town Trolley Tours is a tour bus offering the "hop-on and hop-off" option. They have two stops in Coronado at the Hotel Del Coronado and at the Ferrylanding Market Place. It is an expensive form of transportation, but the convenience of being guided to the most interesting spots in and around San Diego might be worth the cost to some people.
Coronado is one of the regular stops this tour bus makes. Get off the bus in Coronado and spend the desired time in the city. Make sure to return to the pick-up point before the last run.
Adult ticket: $34.00 Buy on-line $30.60
Child Ticket (4-12) $17.00 Buy on-line $15.30
This is not the San Diego Trolley, some people get the two mixed up. This is a "tour" bus and the SD Trolley is a train that is part of the mass transit system in San Diego County.
Another way of getting around Coronado is by engaging the services of a taxi or limousine. It could be expensive but may people who vacation here can afford it and like door-to-door service.
This is President Bill Clinton's chosen mode of transportation while he stayed with friends--who owned the Hotel Del--in Coronado.
If a limousine is beyond your means you can call a cab.
What about taking limo = limousine? Even don't try to park that car on a public parking :-).
There is public transportation along Coronado peninsula: public scheduled buses. Watch for bus stops - look at my picture.