Local Mobile Coronado Locksmith Services
Coronado Locksmith Services coverage within Zip Code area 92118, 92178
The Citizens of Coronado can Rest Secured knowing that our company offers comprehensive home security service that includes installations, repairs, door locks, replacements, re-keying and upgrading of any kind of lock.
Choice Locksmithing and Security, Inc. keeps up to date on all new products introduced onto the market and undergoes the extensive training to maintain the company’s high standards.
It is our goal to ensure that you are satisfied and receive your requirements quickly at prices you can afford.
Since we are familiar with the current importance of security, you will find that we cater for all your security requirements:
- Commercial Locksmith Services: Re-Keying, Masterkey Systems, Keyless Entry, Door Closers, Exit Devices, Pilfer Guard Alarms, High Security Locks, Safes, Desk and Cabinet Locks
- Residential locksmith services: Free Security Evaluations, Deadbolts Installed, Re-Keys, Lockout, Installations, Repair Replace and Service Any Type of Lock or Security System.
- Emergency Locksmith Services: Home/Car Lockout.
Coronado is a small “island” town in San Diego Bay just across from San Diego County, California. It is nicknamed The Crown City. It is home to the world famous Hotel del Coronado, built in 1888 and long considered one of the world’s top resorts. It is also listed as a National Historic Landmark. For IT services and tech support, San Diego PC Help provides on-site computer repair and computer services that reach out to Coronado’s shores. Coronado is one of the cities that we offer computer repair and computer services to. San Diego PC Help serves homes and businesses in Coronado Island and Coronado Cays areas for data recovery, software training, hard drive repair, security, backup, firewall, internet, networking, and other services.
Coronado is actually a peninsula (“almost-island”) connected to the mainland by a narrow strip of land called the The Strand. Coronado is connected to the City of San Diego by the San Diego-Coronado Bridge and to the City of Imperial Beach to the south by State Highway 75. Orange Avenue, the main thoroughfare, is home to a delightful collection of shops and services, including a small movie theater. The town is the neighbor of Naval Base Coronado which includes Naval Air Station North Island, home port for two aircraft carriers and the Naval Amphibious Base where the elite SEALS are trained.
Coronado Island is on a peninsula between the San Diego Bay and Pacific Ocean near downtown San Diego, California. It can be accessed by car via the San Diego- Coronado Bay Bridge, by ferry from downtown San Diego and by public bus transportation or shuttles and taxis. Known for its beautiful beaches, warm, sunny climate and Hotel del Coronado where Marilyn Monroe and Jack Lemmon filmed “Some Like it Hot,” Coronado is certainly one of the favorite Southern California vacation spots.
Miles of beaches with perfect sand, coves for tide pooling and shops, great restaurants in a quaint downtown district and shopping galore, make this a family fun, singles or couples vacation paradise. Laid back and easy going, you really don’t have to dress up when visiting Coronado. You just feel at home as you gaze out to the Pacific Ocean, which is always nearby.
Coronado includes a marina with boats, public golf course overlooking the sweeping Coronado Bay Bridge, surrey and bike rentals, roller blades and for a real treat, the Old Town Trolley. You can hop aboard and it takes you to many attractions such as the San Diego Zoo with the giant panda bears, beautiful Balboa Park with museums & flower gardens, historic Old Town, Seaport Village shops and Horton Plaza, to name a few great stops it makes as it circles around during the day. You get off the trolley and hop back aboard till you’ve completed an entire loop ending at your destination. In a single day you can see wild animals, shop, dine and view San Diego’s major attractions without having to drive.
What’s also unique on Coronado are two great boat rides. One is the ferry that goes between the Island and downtown San Diego. The other is a gondola ride available near the boat docks at Loews Coronado Bay Resort where you can also rent sailboats. The ferry arrives downtown just a block or two from the Amtrak station. Locals in San Diego take the trains and trolleys and can often tell you how to ride them, too!
The famed Hotel del Coronado was built in 1888. Two men, H.L. Story and Elisha Babcock purchased the entire Coronado peninsula for $110,000, envisioning a transformation of sage brush and dunes. Hotel del made headlines around the world as it was fitted with electric lights. Built prior to construction of the Hotel del Coronado, Chart House served as a model for the hotel. Enthusiastically received for its architectural esthetics, the Del was then built.
Dignitaries and stars have vacationed at the resort as well as been featured in movies filmed there such as “Some Like it Hot” with Marilyn Monroe and Jack Lemmon. Hotel “Del” offers exquisite Sunday brunches, unique books and a walking history tour with photos and memorabilia exhibited throughout the main building. A beautiful public golf course with a view of the bay and a visit to Hotel del Coronado and its lovely beach is on your list of things to do when you visit San Diego. The hotel has some elegant restaurants and a scrumptious Sunday Brunch.
Coronado Cays is a collection of upscale homes located on the bay side of Coronado’s Silver Strand. Most homes feature boat slips and the center of the subdivision is the Coronado Cays Yacht Club.
Dog Beach – Coronado
Located in the picturesque city of Coronado, the dog beach in Coronado is at the most northern end of the beach next to the Naval Air Station. Wide and sandy, with the Pacific surf and the Hotel del Coronado in the background, Coronado’s dog beach is a nice getaway. Located on Ocean Blvd. near Sunset Park.