Great location but just average accommodations
Desk staff was awesome at check in. I skied in the morning and afternoon and then took a chance I could check in early and the desk attendant was great at getting in my room an hour early.
Maid service to the room was a bit slow and we still didn’t have clean towels at nearly 5pm on our next day. After a full day of skiing I like to have a shower when I come off the mountain and I don’t feel like running around searching for clean towels.
Continental breakfast was nothing to be excited about. The line for waffles was out of the serving room and most items were empty when we came up to eat.
The hot tubs and pool were a nice respite in the evenings. Always great conversation with people from all over the world. I really enjoyed this time of day after skiing.
The kitchens in the rooms seem to be at the bare minimum for stocking a kitchen you might use to cook meals for the family or prepare lunches for the next days skiing.
The ski shop was great. I love that we were able to check and store our skis so close to the run.
The ultimate reason to stay here, was you can strap on your skis and ski to the first chair of the day and the last run of the day takes you right to the ski shop where you check them in.
Great skiing, pretty good hotel. Worth it for the ski in ski out option.
I enjoyed my stay, the hotel really needs to offer a little more for breakfast, lots of bread and fruit, absolutely no bacon or sausage. I know some people like a light breakfast before hitting the slopes, but I was starving after three runs.
- Anthony C
Perfect for skiing, but disapponting breakfast and useless internet
If you are in Whistler for skiing, this hotel is perfect with true ski-in and ski-out. However, the breakfast was not good enough, way too simple and not fresh. Store bought cold bread, bagels and muffins. The waffles were good, but I want eggs and bacon or similar stuff for a hotel breakfast. The internet barely worked, and half the time I couldn’t even check my email.
The hotel was a bit run down.
Summary: if you want to ski, and you’re not too picky on the breakfast or the internet, this is a great hotel.
Perfect for ski in/walk out
We stayed a week at the Coast. The location is perfect for skiing. There is a trail that leads right to the slopes only about 50 steps from the ski storage area. The town has a free bus that runs to the village. The pickup is just beside the hotel & it runs every 10-15 minutes. The hotel itself was nice & quiet, not modern, but more than adequate. They had free breakfast with waffles, boiled eggs, cereals, fruit & yogurt. They had maple cookies & hot chocolate in the evenings. We had to purchase things from their little shop & prices were very comparable to the village. The bed wasn’t the most comfortable, but nothing to really complain about. Hot tub & pool were nice to have after a day on the slopes. You could see a lift from this area, but it was still private. One hot tub was closed part of the time we were there.
Winter Ski In/Out Vacation
What not to love about the Coast? The accommodations are amazing, skiing in after a fun days on the slopes or simply skiing down to the chair lift are priceless! The daily complementary breakfast is super yummy, waffles, fresh fruit, coffee, the basics that satisfy and saved us money. Also the complementary hot cocoa in the afternoon and pool area are delightful. The room and attention is also great, we had a quiet suite overlooking at the pines that separate the ski run. The all equipped kitchen came on handy when you are too tired to plan a night out or want to be more budget friendly. The bus stop is right outside which makes it super convenient, like I said, what is not to love!