Best in Wenatchee
I have over the last 25 years stayed at every Hotel/Motel in Wenatchee. The Coast is without a
doubt the BEST one. It is only modestly higher than all the others. Restaurant food was outstanding as well as the service.
- Ralph K
Just ok stay
Wenatchee is a small town and this hotel is most likely above average compared to most in town. Was clean but sparsely furnished. Furnishings were rather cheap and the bed was very uncomfortable. Don’t bother with a “River View” room unless you’re fond of railroad tracks and a River Glimpse. It is close to Pybus Market which I recommend visiting.
Two Nights in Wenatchee
Stayed at the Coast Wenatchee Center Hotel for two nights while attending a conference we were presenting in Wenatchee, at the Center. The hotel was very accommodating and helpful in our efforts. The accommodations themselves were clean, modern, and appreciated. The service was good, and we were consistently greeted with smiles and helpful staff, at the desk and elsewhere in the hotel. We have stayed here before and will do so again.
A nice stay while on a business trip
The room was clean and quiet. The bed was comfortable with lots of good pillows. There was a desk to work at with wireless Internet speed far above most hotels. The restaurant was decent with good service. This will be my place to stay on future trips to Wenatchee,
Coast Wenatchee Center Hotel
As you enter the hotel you are enveloped by a sweet, but not overwhelming fragrance that will draw you further into the room asking, “what is it that I am smelling that smells so wonderful?” One of the staff will have the answer. From there you will notice the overstuffed furniture in the lobby and the rock-wood burning fireplace. All this makes for a great welcoming ambiance, especially in the fall and winter months when you can see a crackling fire going
The hotel is neat and clean from lobby to your room. Rooms are spacious and come with regular hotel amenities, e.g., extra soap, coffee service, Wi-Fi, panel TV, air conditioning. There are only two small things I would change – windows that opened to provide fresh air as opposed to constant air conditioning, and full size pillows as opposed to the smaller pillows many hotels now use. Whenever I’m in Wenatchee this is where I choose to stay.