Coast Blackcomb Suites at Whistler
Another great stay!
This is the third time we’ve stayed at this hotel. This time, we had 4 kids with us( 2 teens and 2 littles under the age of 4). I was on the fence about staying on the Blackcomb side, but I felt that the comfort of staying at a familiar place outweighed not staying directly in the village. There’s a free shuttle to get us in/out of the village, there’s a full kitchen and even better, a breakfast buffet so I didn’t have to deal with breakfast for 2 days, and the pool and hot tub were great! The kids couldn’t stay out of there! We had some issues such as the remote not working, needing extra chairs, and all were dealt with promptly and politely.
Will definitely stay another time and highly recommend it for families. Only complaint was that the breakfast was missing some hot protein items that I was used to seeing for previous stays. Bring back the bacon!!!!
Will also have to bring our pooch next trip!
I’ve been coming to this hotel for more than 10 years now and they have gone through a few transformation. I still think that this is Whistler’s best kept secret with the best deal ever! Fantastic price, with all the amenities you need, and a continental breakfast to boot. The kitchenette is also a fantastic bonus even if you are not planning to cook. My drinks are kept cold and I can have a hot beverage as soon as I wake up. This is a ski-in, ski-out resort.
Studio suite was worth it all, great front desk service...
This was a great surprise for me, before and during my stay. Got this hotel via the express option of “the” bidding site, checked the reviews and was already feeling comfortable.
Before visiting, called them up to find out a place I could buy some milk in the late evening – was surprised to hear that they had a stock of it for purchase. Cool time saver!
Reached the hotel and check-in was just smooth – front desk was great. Milk was priced ok, not a ripoff as I see many a times.
The studio suite was very good, spacious enough for 3. Kitchen was good and well equipped. Sofa bed was comfortable as well. Breakfast was loaded and lots of options for veggies like us.
- Naresh A
Worn hotel, questionable cleanliness, good service
I spent one night here with my family. Furnishings and decor-wise, it was very worn. That would be okay, if it were cleaner. It was basically “surface-clean”. When we pulled out the beds from the walls (to do our usual checks for bugs, etc.), there were lots of dust bunnies under the bed and against the wall, which makes me think that those areas aren’t cleaned regularly (and there is no protocol to do so). We even found a coin pouch underneath one of the beds, which we returned to the front desk. When we checked the mattress of the pull-out sofa, we found some really weird brown stains along the seams, so we opted for a room change, just in case. The new room seemed okay, but my husband ended up with 3 itchy bites in a line on his calf the next morning. We can’t confirm what bit him, because we didn’t see any bugs or stains or anything in this room, but the bites weren’t there the night before. No one else had any problems, but we slept on the pull-out sofa so I’m not sure if that was the reason.
The service was really great, though. The housekeeping staff and the front desk were friendly. When we asked for a room change, it was no issue at all.
There was a shuttle that ran regularly to the village, so it was quite convenient.
The breakfast buffet had a lot of variety including waffles and muffins.
Not sure if we would stay there again, but it was a good price and I guess you get what you pay for.
Coast Never Disappoints
I have yet to stay in a Coast hotel that didn’t leave me thrilled, and this was no different. We stayed in the one bedroom condo for a weekend trip and couldn’t have loved it more. The balcony and fireplace were both a big hit. Staff friendly and helpful as always. The full kitchen was also great. Room was of course clean as well as washroom.