Dated and dirty
The hotel was far from sound proof (wood frame and very thin doors).
Room was dated and not very clean
bathroom toilet ran and required toggling
Was a power outage one night and lost power for 5 hours (over dinner – and were unable to cook anything in our room with a kitchen. Although this is was not at fault of the hotel (it was weather related), perhaps the hotel should have a back-up generator. May other hotels next to this did and had uninterrupted service. The following morning there was no hot water until he afternoon.
When discussed the issues with the front desk they were not too concerned and offered free parking in lieu. This was a joke. The front desk woman was confrontational and basically said we should just deal with it. On more discussion she finally offered to have the manager speak with us in the morning. The manager was not in when we left in the morning, however did follow-up with an email advising that the room fee would be reversed. This was appreciated as we did not get a fraction of the amenities that we were paying for at 160$/night. This was a great move on their part. The manager did handle this situation very well. It was too bad the staff could not have sorted this out from the get go.
Two employees were smoking in the parkade when we checked out – this was disgusting
- Vanessa C
A quick stop over
Stayed over one night. It was the Monday of the labour day weekend. As expected the hotel, but for a bus load or two, was quite empty.
My son and I were to play golf in the morning so needed a relatively inexpensive place to stay.
This hotel fit the bill perfectly.
We were given a forth floor room overlooking the Morrisey (golf course) side.
You could tell the rooms are well used… They are maintained well also. Beds very comfortable. Parking is $10 however you can park right beside the hotel in the day lodge parking lot.
There is a pub adjoining the hotel. Handy! Used the hot tub. Nice and clean.
It may have been the time of year but all in all this is quiet, user friendly and handy to all of the village attractions…. I do suggest reading more reviews of people who have stayed in peak ski season. They may tell a different story than mine.
For what we needed, this facility worked excellent.
- Steve M
Worth the detour
Going from Jasper to Whistler requires a break in the Kamloops area. The trip up to the cooler mountain resort of Sun Peaks gives the opportunity to stay in a spacious, well equipped room, with kitchenette, at the Coast Sundance Lodge. Best nights sleep yet in Canada (the comfortable bed or the Ale in the bar/restaurant?)
Hotel at nice location, only in winter.
We visited this little outdated hotel in September. Sun Peaks is not booming at that time, little people, shops and restaurants often closed. Hotel was not really clean, bed were soft and terrible, receptionlady was on the phone for 10 minutes as we wanted to check out.
Basic but did the job..
A ski resort hotel, was picked for us on route from Jasper to Vancouver. If I was to do it again would keep on driving with plenty of stops. Would think this resort is packed in winter, really quiet in summer. As big as Canada is, met people who we saw Jasper and Banff!! Good for a stop on route during the summer, a lot of places were closed, its about 30km away from the main road, but a good place to rest up. everyone was doing the same and staying one night here. Scenic and calm. Room functional and basic with a big fan which was needed. The hotel was really quiet. Golf course close by, passed the time hitting golf balls up the ski slopes!!!!!!!