coast plaza

hotel & suites - vancouver, bc

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Coast Plaza Hotel & Suites

Traveler Rating

Cleanliness
Sleep Quality
Value
Service
Location
Rooms
Excellent
 
359
Very Good
 
378
Average
 
175
Poor
 
74
Terrible
 
34

Most Recent Traveler Reviews

Great location

This is a somewhat ageing but clean and comfortable hotel tower at English Bay. It has food service, a pool and fitness center on site. It is above a mall with many shops and a full grocery store. So, if you get a suite with kitchen, you are all set. Great views in all directions and the location is fantastic. The folks were helpful and attentive.

- John L

another great stay in room 3405!

this is my favourite room in the hotel. staff work to put me there. i am always greeted by a friendly familiar face at check in as staff turnover is low. i guess they treat employees well. the hotel is quiet. fellow guests are pleasant. there are often visiting sports teams in town for competition which guarantees good conversations in th elevators

- B8888UGandrewb

My Mini Staycation!

Ran away for the weekend and stayed again at the Coast Plaza Hotel and Suites. Of course the view, either city or ocean is spectacular. I was given a larger suite with a full kitchen and once I settled in, I could have stayed for a week! Walking West End area is always a treat and good for the soul. Can’t wait for my next visit!

- K4893IUpatriciaw

Dated but in a great location

This hotel is dated but it is in the heart of vancouver, parking is 25 canadian dollars. Most anywhere you park cost money and it is expensive. The 25 canadian curency is a good deal. You can walk to stanley park

- CWY0609

Excellent service in an excellent Vancouver location

The Coast Plaza staff was so accommodating and helpful when we phoned to request a room last minute – the city was full of BMO Marathon competitors and hotel spaces were short in supply. Our room was wonderful with an excellent view of Coal Harbor. It’s in a great location – close to English Bay, restaurants, shopping.

- Vanwalker2017