|""Convenient location, and wonderful stay.""||(in 136 reviews)|
|"Rooms are clean and modern"||(in 144 reviews)|
|"Great staff and clean comfortable beds"||(in 41 reviews)|
|"Car Parking is very Expensive ."||(in 27 reviews)|
|"Swimming pool is too small."||(in 8 reviews)|
|"My back was very sore the next day."||(in 3 reviews)|
|great location||in 347 reviews|
|friendly staff||in 318 reviews|
|nice room||in 297 reviews|
|view from our room||in 165 reviews|
|nice hotel||in 158 reviews|
|bed was very comfortable||in 99 reviews|
|parking was expensive||in 77 reviews|
|swimming pool||in 57 reviews|
|front desk||in 53 reviews|
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|downtown vancouver||in 47 reviews|
|sunny day||in 27 reviews|
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|canada||in 14 reviews|
|coal harbour||in 5 reviews|
Nice hotel. Clean room. Less expensive than many of the surrounding waterfront hotels. Helpful staff. Small refrigerator in the room. Decent speed in room Wi-Fi.
Workout room was very limited. Only two treadmills, and one was broken.
Great location and great building
Great location, nice amenities and room. Friendly staff and very clean.
Bed a bit too soft. Elevator shaft was audible and a bit annoying.
Outstanding room, view, service, staff, water pressure, exercise facilities, restaurant.
Not what I was expecting
Was advertised as a supreme king suite. We opened the door on the 16th floor expecting a suite. A seperate seating area. Somewhere we could sit & look at the view of the harbour & Stanley park. Instead we found a king size bed, with 1 chair in the corner. A coffee maker with only plastic cups to drink our dark roast coffee,that once we added whitner it turned gray. The small tv on the wall was off to 1 side, leaving 1 person to sit on the bed ( which was quite comfortable) on an awkward angle. Overall it was a nice hotel that left a sour taste
Great and VERY comfortable hotel that allows pets!
That my dog was allowed to stay with me and the location.
Worth every penny and then some.
I stayed at the Coast Coal Harbour in downtown Vancouver in mid December about two weeks before Christmas. Decided to head north for the holiday and go see Christmas lights somewhere cold (Butchart Gardens in Victoria was AMAZING, by the way). Vancouver was definitely in full swing for the holidays, but the city is pretty quiet and the crowds have dwindled by this time of year. Everything was fantastic. It's freezing, but I'm pretty sure the bedding was nice and warm, because I remember sleeping like a baby. The room was a decent size with good amenities, the bathroom was huge, and everything is "green" - recycling; economy sized bottles of shampoo, lotion, etc.; not unnecessarily washing towels that aren't really dirty... I'm from Los Angeles, so I hate to see water waste. You won't find any at this hotel :) Everything is walking distance - It's centrally located, about at 12 minute walk to the train that takes you to and from the airport, and only a block or two from the water. It rained (duh), so we took taxis a few times (at present, Uber doesn't operate in Van city), but if you have a hood and an umbrella, you shouldn't worry. The city is built for wet weather, and everything went along smoothly. The best part of the hotel was the staff. Can't remember the name of the guy at the front desk (Louis? Luis? I may have made that up.), but he had spot on recommendations for food and attractions. He recommended a great brunch spot called Medina and a fun Christmas Market (German style) with a photobooth, cider, mulled wine, and a lot of hand-made crafts. I had a great time in Vancouver and would definitely stay here again. Two very excited thumbs up! Note: We also took the Westcoast Sightseeing bus to Victoria. They pick up and drop off directly at the hotel, which is really great if you're planning on taking any side trips to Victoria.
I haven't got one, single complaint. I guess the views from some rooms aren't as great as others, but why gripe about the view when you can go out into the city and actually experience it.
It is good but I expected better
The location is great, the way the staff treats you and the overall quality.
For the price we paid I would have expected a bigger room. Then I would have loved to have open view to the north harbour but a building was blocking partially our view, a little bummer although my wife loved it.
Perfectly located near the convention center with a knowledgable and kind staff. The room is excellent. The facilities are modern and clean. Would definitely stay again and will be recommending to others.
Loved the modern décor and style of the hotel.
Baggage taken separately instead of in same elevator, and baggage gentlemen was very pushy as well as the valet attendant. Park elsewhere nearby for much cheaper.
The staff was friendly and courteous. Check in/out was smooth. The room clean and nice. The gym and pool had everything you would need for a long weekend. The location was perfect for walking to restaurants, parks, and the waterfront. We will return.
The front desk was extremely helpful in getting us settled and helping us get a reservation at a fantastic but very popular restaurant nearby. And when we arrived at the restaurant the hotel sent a small hors d'oeuvre plate to us as a gift. Very classy. All the hotel service people were friendly and professional. We loved our corner bedroom with a view of downtown Vancouver. The windows went from floor to ceiling and the light was beautiful even though snow was falling. Beds were comfortable too. We booked on Kayak and the price was very reasonable for a city hotel near the waterfront. I would definitely go back.
The Lobby was designed as a contemporary open space but it felt too big and vacant. Its interior design could be freshened.
Coast Coal Harbour Hotel by APA is situated in Vancouver and is within a short walk of local sightseeing spots, such as Canada Place. It also offers free Wi-Fi and is within a short stroll of Vancouver Convention & Exhibition Centre.
Guests can take a dip in the outdoor pool, or exercise in the well-equipped gym. For a fast and effortless check-in and departure experience, guests can take advantage of the express check-in/check-out facility.
The modern rooms at the hotel feature movies-on-demand and tea and coffee making facilities.
Coast Coal Harbour Hotel by APA has its own on-site restaurant, convenient for guests who wish to eat in. Alternatively, there are a selection of other dining options close by.
Located in Fraser Valley Wine Region, the hotel is a convenient base for those interested in trying the local area's specialties. Guests can also easily visit Vancouver Harbour Centre, Vancouver Art Gallery and Robson Street.
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Coast Coal Harbour Vancouver Hotel by APA is located at 1180 West Hastings Street in Coal Harbour, 0.5 miles from the center of Vancouver. Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art is the closest landmark to Coast Coal Harbour Vancouver Hotel by APA.
Check-in time is 3:00 PM and check-out time is 12:00 PM at Coast Coal Harbour Vancouver Hotel by APA.
Yes, Coast Coal Harbour Vancouver Hotel by APA offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Coast Coal Harbour Vancouver Hotel by APA does not offer free parking.
No, Coast Coal Harbour Vancouver Hotel by APA does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Coast Coal Harbour Vancouver Hotel by APA is 0.3 miles from Vancouver Coal Harbour. Coast Coal Harbour Vancouver Hotel by APA is 7 miles from Vancouver Intl.
Yes, Coast Coal Harbour Vancouver Hotel by APA is a pet-friendly hotel.
Yes, Coast Coal Harbour Vancouver Hotel by APA has a pool onsite.