Coast Medicine Hat Hotel review

If you’re road tripping through Medicine Hat, Alberta, as we did last May, you’ll want to stop for the night at a clean, comfortable, affordable hotel with the perks we all look for in an overnight stop: free wifi, free breakfast, and free parking!

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The Coast Medicine Hat Hotel fits the bill, and we always trust the Coast name. Located in the centre of town, the Coast Medicine Hat is in walking distance of dining, and only five minutes from the historic section of the city. It’s utilitarian, and clean.

During the time of our visit, their onsite restaurant, Bourbon Street Restaurant and Lounge, was closed for renovations. Their complimentary continental breakfast featured all the standards you’d expect (cold cereals, muffins and pastry, and juice, coffee, and tea) and service was pleasant. The front desk staff at the Coast Medicine Hat was very cheerful and helpful, and the location was convenient.

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Room amenities:

Rooms are a bit on the small side, but comfortable. Our standard room included a small table and two chairs, TV, and coffee service. The bathroom featured a shower and tub (nice for families with small children). Sadly, our room lacked our favorite amenities: a mini fridge and microwave.

There is a small spa onsite, and a hair salon, but I didn’t have opportunity during my visit to venture into either. It is worth noting that this hotel is pet-friendly.

Room rates:

At the time of our visit, our standard room was $119.

Directions:

The Coast Medicine Hat is located at 3216 13 Avenue SE
Medicine Hat.

As I disclose whenever applicable, our stay was complimentary, for the purpose of review.

We stayed in Medicine Hat as part of our Great Coast Road Trip with Coast Hotels. Read more about our road trip through the Wild West of Alberta!

About the author

Amy Whitley

AUTHOR: Amy Whitley is the founding editor of Pit Stops for Kids and content editor of Trekaroo. She writes on staff monthly as a family travel expert at Go Green Travel Green and Practical Travel Gear, and contributes to Outdoors NW as an outdoor adventure traveler. Find Amy at Google.

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