Coast Sundance Lodge

coast sundance lodge

sun peaks, british columbia

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Coast Sundance Lodge

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In the centre of the action

The Coast Sundance Lodge was formally the Delta Sun Peaks.

We stayed in a one-bedroom suite in mid-July and found that the room temperature was fiercely hot. The hotel was built with winter in mind, so only has a heating system, and no air conditioning. There are some windows in the rooms, but depending where your room is situated, you have to decide on whether you want to be kept awake well into the early hours with the town centre party noise, or by the heat.

We stayed in Room 401, which has a shared balcony (keep your door locked if you’re out) of the living room / bedroom overlooking the town piazza, and a separate bedroom situated above the late night take-away.

The condition of the rooms was very good, and they were well equipped. The room cleanliness was not very good, with sweet wrappers and bits of food left in plain sight.

- Jeff W

Beautiful location but NOISY hotel

Sun Peaks is beautiful. There is some amazing wildlife right on the ski slopes (black bears, elk etc) so well worth a summer visit. Unfortunately, the hotel room that we were in with a slope view was right above the bar. There was music blasting all afternoon (even though the place seemed nearly empty) and then also late into the night. We had called reception at 4pm to ask whether the music would be on late as we wanted an early and relaxing night before a long drive to Whistler the next day and were told that it would not be audible in the evening. At midnight, unable to sleep, we had to get out of bed and ask to move rooms. This sadly spoilt our stay (the rock hard pillows added insult to injury). In the morning, on checking out, the receptionist asked if we had enjoyed our stay. We told him that it had been noisy and that we’d had to change rooms in the middle of the night. He then said “yeah, but apart from that?”. We won’t be staying there again!

- 001Anna001

Watch the bears on the slopes!

The hotel was a bit off our route but was well worth the deviation.Room excellent facilities to feed yourself eg for breakfast which helped us get away fast. Staff really helpful.

We were able to look out on the ski slopes but as its summer there were bears grazing.

- Old60timer

Blue Rodeo

We were in Sun Peaks for the outdoor concert Blue Rodeo,they and all the bands were awesome along with the experience of just sitting outside listening to them play.The nature trails are great.

The coast is not very well kept.When we arrived our bathroom there had black hair all over the floor along with pills{medicine}.The room was not very clean.The room was so stickin hot,there is no air conditioning,Im pretty sure they had the heat on in the hallways,I said something but didn’t really get a response..They did give us a fan it helped but you couldn’t have the door open as there was a infestation of no seams{not sure of spelling}.The whole area is crawling with them,we got bitten so many times.You couldn’t even sit in the hot tub,they were everywhere.The hot tub area is quite dirty as well,it and a few other areas need a good scrubbing.Unfortunately when I went to use my facecream,it was missing.I hate to think the maids took it but ,it was gone right after they left,I told the front desk,the lady said ,,,hmm,well maybe it fell in the garbage…

- sweetvernon

A very pleasant overnight stay.

An overnight stay on our drive between Whistler and Jasper turned out to be really comfortable and pleasant.

The room was light, spacious and overlooked the grassed pistes. Easy access from underground parking (10 cdn a night).

The corridors were a bit dull and the dark green doors a bit military like for my taste.

A free outdoor concert was being prepared for the following night and the sound checks suggested that a stay then might not have been so pleasant. These concerts are regular summer events in sun peaks so check when booking.

Comfy beds. Loads of plug sockets. Helpful smiley staff. The coin laundry in the basement is handy for road trippers.

Local shops and restaurants were open. We had a nice sunny stroll through the sun peaks centre and found it much less pretentious and a nicer place than Whistler. We commented to ourselves that it was a more alps-like village-like place such as you might find in Austria than was trying-too-hard Whistler.

Ok, so it’s over an hour round trip out of your way; but the next day it was maybe an hour and a half before we saw anywhere else we might have thought about staying before pressing on to Jasper.

- whoamiwhereami