Reasonable standard hotel, although it looks quite dated and could do with a bit of a cosmetic update. Comfy beds and friendly staff.
Just be mindful that you are not allocated to an interconnecting room unless you are interconnecting with people you know, as that makes the rooms really noisy. We could literally hear our neighbors conversations word for word.
- Marieke P
Greater and checked in by helpful
And friendly staff we enjoyed a stay in a clean, comfortable and well appointed room which ensured a good nights sleep
We didn’t eat or drink at the hotel but the receptionist was very helpful in advising of eating and drinking places in the resort
We only spent one night there but wished we could have had another night or two there
The hotel is ideally located in the centre of the resort and has underground parking
Thank you for a great stay
- keith w
Comfortable room but overall a tired looking hotel in need of some TLC
We had a one night stay in September whilst travelling through the Rockies and, as a stopover, it was fine … The room was comfortable but very dusty and tired looking – as was the hotel really. The carpet outside our room (on the 4th floor) was very stained. The staff were helpful and friendly.
RIght in the Village
We stayed in August for only one night. (unfortunately the Wildfire smoke was too thick, we were unable to go for any bike rides.)
The staff at this hotel were professional and friendly. They gave us a village map and answered all our questions about the hotel and surrounding area.
What i loved most- was the soap, shampoo and conditioner in the bathroom was one big bottle (which the staff refill after each guest’s stay.)
For years I’ve seen hotels making an effort to go “green” by asking guests to re-use towels.
This hotel is the first one I’ve stayed at that has eliminated the small bottles of toiletries and opted for a big reusable container instead.
Bravo Coast Sundance Lodge!!
Lastly, I loved the little balcony overlooking the village stroll.
- Kris H
Nice place to stay
Glad we stayed here on our way to Vancouver and not in Kamloops. Its a bit of a drive up here but worth it. It is mainly a ski resort but they do get a lot of hikers during summer. When we arrived informed by reception that to park in the hotel car park was 10 dollars per night. We could park in the free car park next door which wasn’t a problem. The room was ok with a kitchen and 2 double beds. I think it did have a pool but didn’t have much time to explore. Sun Peaks is a quite small place but there are a few places to eat and a well stocked village shop. We had a very large pizza at a place opposite and can recommend it. All in all would stay here again no problems at all and enjoyed our short visit.