Great hotel with clean and safe surroundings. Nice restaurant for breakfast in hotel. Comfortable and clean. Parking is right behind the hotel and you pay for it.
Convenient to go to downtown Vancouver or Ferry to Burchart Gardens.
- Bonny P
Convenient and Nothing More
The only reason to stay in this hotel is the convenience to the airport and even then, the value is questionable. The hotel is old and dingy. We never would have stayed there had we seen the hotel before we booked. The neighborhood is sketchy and there are no restaurants nearby. They advertise their long-term parking, but BEWARE, THE PARKING IS AT YOUR OWN RISK. It is completely un-monitored, not visible from the hotel doors and you have to put the dates you will be gone on the dash of your car, giving any thief or vandal notice of the fact that no one will notice them breaking into your car. The front desk staff was rude and unfriendly. He told us several times that we were getting a good deal and should have been paying more for the hotel and parking because we booked at the last minute.
Vancouver Coast Hotel
A good place to stay, clean, close and the staff were helpful and friendly. The front desk staff provided needed grooming items as our luggage had been lost. The restaurant was on site and the food was good.
Basic but reasonably priced
Easy free transfer from the airport to the hotel but both the driver and the hotel receptionist could have been more welcoming.
The room was ok but nothing special if I’m totally honest. Certainly not the most expensive hotel though.
Great restaurant on the ground floor and really friendly staff in there.
Not safe for female travelers
A male housekeeper walked in on me, without knocking, while I was naked. I yelled at him to leave and knock first and I also complained to management. The manager said she was sorry and would handle it, but she didn’t offer any type of consolation or anything else besides an apology. I don’t think an apology is a sufficient incentive for me to ever go back to this hotel. I do not feel safe where someone can just walk in on you, without knocking/ or any notice.