We wanted to spend a day at Steveston and as this was the only hotel in the village, we figured we'd give it a try. It was built in 1895 so we had no illusions of luxury. It fit well with the history of the area and we had no issue getting a room on a Friday night. We took the regular/deluxe room which was overlooking the Cannery and wharf to the South. Our only complaint about the room was that not all of them had coffee (ours did) but did not have a microwave. A small inconvenience, considering there was a full service breakfast/lunch café downstairs and a pub adjoining for dinner.
We had dinner at the pub and enjoyed the 'heritage' feel of the place with the modern touch of the sports bar theme. The meals were hearty and the Friday night prime rib was 'melt in your mouth' delicious. The pub staff were great!
I could easily envision the fishermen and sailors staying at this hotel a hundred years ago. It was an interesting visit for us, for sure.