English Bay and the West End from Your Private Balcony
At 35 stories, the Coast Plaza is taller than any other buildings in the West End, which means great views of mountains, Stanley Park, English Bay, and Downtown Vancouver. We have stayed here numerous times in all seasons, and we always take full advantage of those views by spending time on our room’s private balconies—and in the two-bedroom suites, two private balconies—sunning, seeing the moon set beyond the ships on English Bay, watching the lights come on downtown. The wifi is free, room service is good, especially for breakfast, the staff is warm and personal, and the one- and two-bedroom suites include a full kitchen. The building is older (built in 1969), and in some ways that shows
- Sarah S
What a view!
After finishing the RSVP bike ride from Seattle to Vancouver, we stayed at the Coast Plaza Hotel. This was our first stay and luckily, we were upgraded to a suite with a kitchen/balcony (and amazing view of the sunset!). The room itself could definitely use some updating as the fixtures/kitchen appliances were pretty old. But everything else, including bed/couch/window coverings/etc., were completely fine. Also, hotel is easily walkable to the many shops/restaurants in the area AND the waterfront. Definitely recommended…and we wouldn’t hesitate to stay at Coast Plaza again.
- michael b
This is an older hotel in need of updating but the location is ideal and the staff are very pleasant and helpful. it is very close to English Bay and the sea walk. There are many interesting ethnic restaurants and also a Safeway and Whole Foods. We had a suite so the kitchen was a real bonus. The continental breakfast was nicely presented and a pleasant way to start the day. We would stay here again.
Old and worn but perfect location
We stayed a week in a ocean-view king suite on the 31st floor, which had a magnificent view! The hotel needs a remodel but, none-the-less, we loved our stay. The staff is exceptionally attentive and the suite very clean with a comfortable bed. The location in the west-End of Vancouver is steps away from Denman Street, which Is filled with many excellent restaurants. Take the hotel elevator to the street level and you’re in a mall, with the necessities – grocery store, pharmacy and post office. Walk a few blocks and you’re at the ocean or Stanley Park or walking along the seawall. Location…locatipn…location.
- Terese L
I have stayed at numerous coast hotels. This one is very disappointing. Staff are very friend hotel lobby looks great, but the rooms are extremely outdated. My room had a funky odour. When checking the lady tried to make my room sound like an upgrade but when I questioned her on it. She replied it’s the only room I have left. Next time in Vancouver I’ll got else where.