Coast Rewards redeem 50% points for free nights to January 31

Coast Rewards offers members reward nights for 50% points through January 31, 2012. The cost of a basic room at a Coast Hotel is normally 1,750 points and only 875 points with this limited time offer. Superior rooms are 1,125 points with this offer. Room upgrades are only 250 points.

Reward reservations must be made at least seven days in advance. This offer is not valid at Coast Capri Hotel and Coast Prince Rupert.

Coast Rewards hotel loyalty program

Coast Rewards is the hotel loyalty program for over 40 hotels, located primarily in British Columbia and Alberta, Canada, but with 12 hotels in U.S. western states from Maui and Anchorage to hotels in Burbank and Santa Barbara California, two hotels in Portland, Oregon and five hotels in Washington including two in Seattle and a hotel at SEA airport.

Coast Rewards loyalty program is a standard structure with 1 point per $1 for room charges and dining. Coast Rewards benefits for Silver (1-14 nights/annual year), Gold (15-39 nights). Platinum (40+ nights) include elite bonus points of 25% and 50% and offers top Platinum elite members free breakfast and internet.

Coast Rewards differs from most hotel loyalty programs in counting the elite qualification year based on loyalty program enrollment anniversary rather than a calendar year. Points expire after 24 months of no account activity.

Another difference with Coast Rewards is all hotel reward nights are the same cost regardless of location. This provides some degree of leverage in the ability to earn points staying at cheaper hotels and redeem free nights at more expensive properties.



Coast Plaza Hotel & Conference Centre – Calgary

Coast Edmonton East Hotel – Edmonton

Coast Edmonton House – Edmonton

Coast Edmonton Plaza Hotel – Edmonton

Coast Pyramid Lake Resort – Jasper

Coast Lethbridge Hotel & Conference Centre – Lethbridge

Coast Medicine Hat Hotel – Medicine Hat

British Columbia

Coast Abbotsford Hotel & Suites – Abbotsford

Coast Discovery Inn & Marina – Campbell River

Coast Chilliwack Hotel – Chilliwack

Coast Tsawwassen Inn – Delta

Coast Kamloops Hotel & Conference Centre – Kamloops

Coast Capri Hotel – Kelowna

Coast Hotel & Convention Centre Langley City – Langley

Coast Bastion Inn – Nanaimo

Coast Osoyoos Beach Hotel – Osoyoos

Coast Penticton Hotel – Penticton

Coast Inn of the North – Prince George

The Hillcrest Hotel, a Coast Resort – Revelstoke

Coast Sundance Lodge – Sun Peaks

Coast Surrey Guildford Hotel – Surrey

Coast Inn of the West – Terrace

Coast Coal Harbour – Vancouver

Coast Plaza Hotel & Suites – Vancouver

Coast Vancouver Airport Hotel – Vancouver

Coast Victoria Harbourside Hotel & Marina – Victoria

Coast Blackcomb Suites at Whistler – Whistler

Coast Fraser Inn – Williams Lake

Northwest Territories

Coast Fraser Tower – Yellowknife


United States


Coast International Inn – Anchorage


Coast Anabelle Hotel – Burbank

Safari Inn, a Coast Hotel – Burbank

West Beach Inn, a Coast Hotel – Santa Barbara


Maui Coast Hotel – Kihei, Maui


The Benson, a Coast Hotel – Portland

The Paramount Portland, a Coast Hotel – Portland


Coast Bellevue Hotel – Bellevue

Coast Gateway Hotel – Seattle Airport

The Paramount Seattle, a Coast Hotel – Seattle

The Roosevelt, a Coast Hotel – Seattle

Coast Wenatchee Center Hotel – Wenatchee

Last summer I visited Coast Coal Harbour in Vancouver. The location is between Marriott Pinnacle Downtown Vancouver and Renaissance Harbourside and the Westin Bayshore in Vancouver. The hotel had a business hotel feel with a twist of green. There are recycling baskets for organic and recycle waste in each room. The showers use large bottles of shampoo and soap.

Coast Hotel Coal Harbour Vancouver

Coast Coal Harbour Vancouver Suite

Coast Coal Harbour Vancouver bed.

Coast Coal Harbour Vancouver desk area with recycle bins.

Coast Hotel Coal Harbour Vancouver view.

Coast Hotels Coal Harbour Vancouver pool.

Coast Rewards


About Ric Garrido

Ric Garrido of Monterey, California started Loyalty Traveler in 2006 for traveler education on hotel and air travel, primarily using frequent flyer and frequent guest loyalty programs for bargain travel. Loyalty Traveler joined BoardingArea.com in 2008.

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