Coast Inn of the North
It just keeps getting better
I just spent a very comfortable two nights at the Coast Inn of the North. I chose a junior suite which had big city amenities at small town prices. It was spacious, clean and tastefully decorated. The bathroom, with its large shower was a treaty – lots of light, good mirrors and decent space for toiletries. The bed was comfortable with fresh sheets and duvet cover. The coffee maker in the room was well stocked with Starbucks coffee. Room service was prompt and the breakfast of poached eggs and sausage hot and tasty. Finally, the front desk was friendly,competent and helpful.
- cathie r
Its a trick, its dirty
My room was dirty, urine was all over the toilet, the dirty mirrors and stainless steel in the bathroom and living area. Nothing had been dusted for maybe a month or more and even had dirty written in the dust. The mirror behind the door had hand prints all over it and so did my window which had some food also stuck to it. My coffee pot had food stuck on it full hand prints and coffee on it. I had the head housekeeper called to my room to see all this and I pointed out the many problems, she assured me SHE would be doing my room for me while I went for dinner. Upon return NONE of my noted problems were fixed and head housekeeper didn’t do my room she sent someone else. I wrote a letter to the manager of the many problems while I was there but he didn’t have time to see me or even respond by phone or email that I left for him. I was not offered a clean yet alone better room, nothing. I only had a front desk lady apologize to me. The internet is good enough to use Google but nothing more. When I was leaving I had the unfortunate chance to see one of the kitchen staff in flip flops 350lbs with troll feet that were black from dirt and she was unwashed to the point I wished I never ate the food their. If that is what cooks what does the kitchen look like… and the MANY drunk…locals stumbling around the parking lot day and night. So I would not recommend this dirty hotel it is not worth the price.
Every time we stay at the Coast Inn of the North, we find another reason to come back again. Although they gave credit to the entire staff, I sensed collusion between Samantha and Sabrina to provide something special for my wife since we were celebrating her birthday while we were in Prince George. The something special was a plate of chocolate-covered strawberries waiting for us in our room after dinner. Thank you again to Samantha and Sabrina (and the rest of the front-of-house staff) for making this visit extra special.
In addition to this, Tim and Laura at the Garden Café provided their usual, professional, efficient and friendly service-with-a-smile we always look forward to when we are in Prince George.
Thanks Team! Rest assured we will be back.
Best in Town
Just spent four weeks here on business and the hotel staff were amazing. They were courteous, polite and friendly. They were efficient and anticipated when you were in a hurry or wanted to relax. Special mention to Laura and Tim and the others in the Garden Café for the prompt, friendly and efficient service. At the front desk Sabrina and Samantha were excellent but special thanks to Joe who persuaded the guardian of the Stanley Cup to break it out in the lobby for the guests. He then made sure to find me in the lounge to come out to see the cup close-up. Brilliant!
Winston’s lounge is my special place and I have spent many evenings there over the years where Laurie makes it feel like home and seems to know everyone’s first name and preferences. She is amazing. Her back-up Chelsea is a great addition and continues the tradition of warm and welcoming service. Thanks to one and all for all your great service.
I stayed 4 nights at the Coast and my experience could not have been better. Staff is courteous, helpful and friendly. Rooms are large and fully equipped. Bet is super comfy and linens are spotless. Bathroom is modern with large bottles of body wash etc for the guests enjoyment. On site there is a family restaurant and a Japanese steakhouse. Please note, portions at the family restaurant are lumberjack size.. I would say this is my go-to place in Prince George.