Coast Coal Harbour Hotel
Sleek and modern eco hotel
We stayed here for a weekend getaway during December. From the 15th floor, we had a view (between the buildings) of the water and tip of Stanley Park. Decorated in calming soft greens and contemporary furnishings, we had a restful night. This is a zero waste facility (so the sign said), complete with 3 small, separate garbage, compost & recycle bins. Staff was attentive and helpful. The gym facility was great with several machines, weights, yoga mats, etc There was also an outdoor pool and hot tub on the 5th floor — which was really nice to soak in on a cold day!
- k j
Great for a night downtown
Great hotel, very clean, would have liked a minifridige, otherwise perfect. we were very happy with the service. However, parking was somewhat pricey at $35 a night. I thought that was a bit much, but that is downtown for you.
Hot Tub Too Cold
Here in Vancouver in winter and staying at the Coast Coal Harbor Hotel. For some reason, the hot tub is operating, but staff feel that keeping the water cool is a good idea when its cold, wet and rainy in Vancouver during winter. I called guest services and while the person was sympathetic there was no adjustment to the temperature. I guess I’ll suffer in a cold hot tub for the next week.
- Sam S
sure i'll come back
Nice and cozy. Rooms are very clean,quiet and spacious. A short walk from Canada Place and Robson St is not far too.
Plenty of buses and a subway station near Canada Place
Many options of restaurants and cafes in a short walk.
The staff is really nice and gentle.
I’d definitely stay there again next time.
Comfortable and stylish...
Stylish hotel. Everything is perfect, friendly and polite staff, clean and comfortable room, nice toiletries provided, has all the necessary amenities. Even more perfect if the room has a fridge.
A “Green” hotel, they awarded you with dining vouchers if you choose not to change or replace your bed sheet or towels for a few days. Used the vouchers for a a good meal at the hotel restaurant.
Within walking distance from Stanley Park, Gastown and Robson Street. At the left corner of the hotel, across the road is a supermarket called Urban Fare which served delicious hot meals.