Coast High Country Inn
Clean and quiet
Room was quite small but very clean. Room had a window air conditioner which was noisy and blew ineffective hurricane force wind. Staff was friendly and helpful. Place was filled up and yet still quiet. Not a real good value for the price, but it seemed competitive.
- James R R
Wide variety of rooms!
This Coast Hotel is differant from most Coast hotels, with a wide and unusual variety of rooms. We booked through a booking site and we were very surprised by the tiny room with a kitchenette, not at all what we were expecting. Two other couples we were travelling with were in better rooms, but one had a large jacuzzi – great if you have been camping in the wilderness perhaps. I recommend calling the hotel and explaining what you prefer- they do their best to accomodate your needs. The front desk staff couldn’t move us to a differant room as the hotel was 100% booked, but they were very gracious and dealt with the issues we raised in other ways. I will be back, but I will phone and get exactly the room I want next time.
Wow! And not in a good way!!!!
This place is run down and drab. Our room was the smallest I have been checked into in all of my travels. I would have thought this room was maybe a 60 dollar a night room at best???? (certainly not $180). Not even room to open up two suitcases! Worn out bathroom and very cramped and tiny. We were only staying two nights but really wanted to leave early. I have seen other beautiful and updated Coast hotels but this is NOT one of them. On our return to Whitehorse, we booked at the Best Western which had large, modern, updated rooms and lobby.
Nice hotel freindly staff good rooms.
Great sportsbar next to it had some awesome spiced chickenwings.
Good stores and restaurants around in whitehorse.
We had a great time here and keep this hotel in mind if we ever gonna visit this region again.
Not Up to Coast Standards
This building was a 1970s YWCA hostel that became a hotel in the mid-90s. The staff likes to say that the building has “character.” None of the guest rooms are a standard size nor are the hallways the same width or level. With mostly minor cosmetic upgrades this property became a Coast Hotel in 2013. This is not Coast Hotel standard: for our return visit to Whitehorse we found 4 star accommodation at the Northern Lights Resort at a comparable price, including a full breakfast.