A bit of a mixed bag
First stop in Kamloops as part of our trip on the Rocky Mountaineer. From what I understand, there are several hotels in Kamloops and the Coast Hotel was about as upscale as they come. More of a multi storey motel and about typical motel standard. 2 – 3 star. The hotel has this spacious atrium in the centre of the hotel which houses an indoor pool. There was a small gym and to the credit of the staff, we asked that it be opened for our use at 4am and they accommodated us. I have stayed in more upscale hotels with less to offer in the fitness area. The hotel does have a bar/restaurant called Romeos Kitchen. It was really very nice and kind of out of place in the hotel, but a nice addition. The hotel itself is quite a way out of the centre of Kamloops. Too far to walk for sure. Around the hotel, there are some other restaurants and shops, but quite limited.
It was an ok hotel. I really did not expect too much and it was about what I expected, except for the gym and restaurant which made a nice difference.
- Craig D
Warm beautiful room
The rooms look amazingly beautiful and cozy. I love it n the pool area is just as amazing as the room is. Very welcoming n warm feeling. It is a good location just walking distance to get a snack or food. The hotel is just huge and very wonderfuly beautiful. The staff have great super host n with a smile. I will reccomend this place to many friends that are travelling to stay at this hotel.
Great stay for 6 days
We attended a conference at the Coast in Kamloops, the maid service was excellent, and the room was always cleaned well. The food in the hotel is fabulous, we also enjoyed a buffet one night for the banquet and it was amazing. The facility is clean and in easy and close proximity to many shopping opportunities. We would definitely stay here again. Our room was modern and quite spacious even with 2 queen beds, along with a walk out balcony.
The hotel was excellent overall! Romeo’s restaurant was amazing with excellent service and delicious food. The only reason we give it a 4* instead of a 5* is because the tile around the pool was very slippery other than one narrow strip of rubber matting laid down quite a ways from the pool edge. 3 out of 5 the of us slipped and witnessed other people slip (but not completely fall down) as well. Other than that it was great!
We were on a short road trip. This hotel was a nice surprise. the room opened on to the central atrium were the pool was. We had an indoor balcony overlooking the pool.
We had no kids with us but if we had they would have loved it.