38922 Progress Way, Squamish, BC V8B 0K5, Canada
38922 Progress Way Squamish BC
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Mountain Retreat Hotel & Suites | Squamish BC Hotels
The Mountain Retreat Hotel & Suites Squamish is the perfect home base for your outdoor adventures! Located near the Sea to Sky Highway, Highway 99 and Whistler.
Paul Hazon said 3 years ago
Overall, I had a great experience at the Mountain Retreat Hotel. I stayed for two nights while I competed in the Squamish 50/50 ultramarathons. As such, I didn't spend a great deal of time at the hotel. Check-in was easy and I was able to get in early. The staff on the desk were not very enthusiastic, but I could live with that at the time. The room was very clean and comfortable and looked fairly modern. The AC worked, which was nice. It was a 36 degree weekend, so being able to cool off after the runs was crucial. There's a nice little pool for the kids and despite the fact the hotel is by the highway, I heard no noise from it what-so-ever. I was on the opposite side though. The hotel is close to local amenities, with a couple of restaurants in walking distance. Everything else is just a short drive away.
encorp said 3 years ago
Great little spot, inexpensive, but clean and located in a good spot if you're looking to ride some bikes. Keep in mind the neighborhood surrounding it shuts down early at night and it's a short drive to any stores etc.
Peggy Blayone said 3 years ago
Clean comfortable rooms and beds. Very hospitable service. Quiet, great location. Fantastic restaurant on site
Mark Warren said 3 years ago
Decent value for the $89 per night we were paying. Rooms not super clean but ok. Only one elevator working and the stairs cannot be accessed since they exit outside the hotel. Beds ok, but only very thick pillows.
Julie Friend said 3 years ago
The kids are loving the pool. I am loving that the pool is so warm. The room is clean. We have all the amenities we need. Towels are available. It's in the perfect location for exploring the provincial parks and surrounding areas.
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