Coast Edmonton East Hotel
Train at 5am Saturday morning
We ended up staying here as a last minute decision. Room was ok, 4th floor in a paint-y smelling hallway. The toilet ran all night, loud guys going to work at 5am initially woke the kids up, but that’s when the very loud train whistles started and continue now….6:30am- what a pain. Not looking forward to driving the last leg of our trip on so little sleep, but it’s definately not happening at this hotel!! No in room movies, and once again, as in other reviews, the restaurant is shut down.
Average Hotel Convenient Location
We booked this room last minute as we were attending a function in Rundle Park. This hotel was very convenient as it is just off the Yellowhead highway and tucked into a quiet business park. Very clean with friendly, professional, and efficient front desk staff. The building is being remodelled to become a holiday inn and the restaurant was closed. Great restaurant choice just a couple of blocks away however. The bedspreads seem a little outdated although renos are underway…
Overall quiet, clean, comfortable room with professional staff…what more can you ask for other than opulence? We will be staying here again
- Warren W
My Choice in Sherwood Park
Wonderful Experience. Third visit to the hotel this year, this time with family. Kids enjoyed their stay. My wife and kids were extended a very special treatment by the hotel manager. The Check in was fast and staff helpful. Though the restaurant was closed for renovation. Overall a very good experience.
- Mike F
I had stayed in this hotel recently for 4 days and thoroughly enjoyed the hospitality. It is currently under minor renovations as they are transitioning in to Holiday Inn. Rooms are spacious. The restaurant is changing over too during the transition, however they are other eateries within few kilometres.
The banquet facilities are phenomenol and the food is scrumptious.
Needless to say, the staff is incredible that go over and beyond the call of duty to take care of you.
I cannot wait to see them transition the brand and have their onsite restaurant in business.
Apparently it’s being re-branded soon as Holiday Inn. I hope that means that the hotel will get better. It’s quite empty, given it’s location in booming Edmonton. The huge lobby is not at all welcoming. Breakfast has a bad selection of cereal and a broken toaster served in a dingy room in the basement. The main floor of the hotel was quite dirty. The restaurant is closed.
The one good point is that it’s right next to Millennium Place, so it’s easy to go swimming or have a good workout. It’d be a perfect location for teams coming for activity at Millennium Place.
Internet speed was decent. And the rooms are VERY quiet – I think because there aren’t many people staying I the hotel.