coast sundance lodge

sun peaks, british columbia

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Most Recent Traveler Reviews

5k Foam fest

Sun peaks hosted a great event, and all the supporting staff were great to deal with. Hotel staff were very hospitable, no matter what time of day you happened to cruise through the lobby. Will definitely stay here again next year.

- JustaPlugger

3 nights and 2 glorious days of skiing

hotel was great – ski in right from the Crystal chair, fridge, 2 burner stove top, microwave, toaster, kettle etc. two large hot tubs and small gym, Close to all restaurants and other amenities. Biggest bonus was underground parking for guests

- Jane N

Great place to stay

We stayed here for a night in between seasons. The room was a good size, clean and comfortable with a small kitchenette. The staff were welcoming and friendly. There are lots of restaurants and coffee shops nearby as well as a supermarket. Highly recommend the Italian restaurant opposite the motel, food and service are great!

- Newtravellersteph

Strange place

We stopped off at Sun Peaks as part of a package deal as we toured around Canada. Seemed nice at first glance. We checked in with a friendly receptionist, then headed out, the town was dead! Spookily eery.

The room was basic with a kitchenette. The view was not very appealing and the window didn’t open so no fresh air. We did a walk up the mountain which was very quiet, due to this we saw a lot of wildlife including Elk, Pole Cats, Gophers, Chipmunks, etc.

I can’t wait to already return to Canada, but Sun Peaks wouldn’t be on my list to head back too.

- Curtfulch

Excellent value, friendly staff

We stayed here during our vacation to break the journey from Whistler to Jasper. The Coast Sundance Lodge offers friendly, informal accommodation in Sun Peaks, a resort that is trying to put itself on the map with a $40 million investment.

Staff were very friendly and helpful. The room was perfectly good, with a kitchenette. My personal problem was that there were curtains across the windows of the balcony doors, but nothing to block the light streaming in through two side windows. That meant that I woke up far too early when I had a long and exhausting drive to Whistler ahead that day.

We liked Sun Peaks and we liked the Coast Sundance Lodge. Compared to overpriced, overhyped Whistler it was all a breath of fresh air. Good value for money too. Long may it last.

- Nunneylocal