Our No. 1 Whistler resort shows how the times have changed. From afar, you know this is a Whistler luxury resort hotel - it is completely grand in very way, echoing the mountain peaks behind it. You get the same feeling from the inside. And it turns out that this grandeur comes from the careful study and design of this area’s rich past.
It’s built in the Canadian “chateaux” style, which originated in the French Loire Valley in the 16th century. Back then, these pitched rooflines, dormers, gables and turrets were intended for both escape and for fortification. Today, the Fairmont Chateau Whistler offers more refined versions of both. That includes a heated pool with underwater music, a Vida Wellness Spa, three Plexipave tennis courts and an 18-hole mountain golf course designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr. That’s not to mention skiing - the Fairmont Chateau Whistler rests at the base of Blackcomb Mountain with ski-in/ski-out accommodations in one of the world’s finest skiing destinations. And a variety of equipment - from board games to croquet to toboggan rentals - ensures a carefree luxury Whistler vacation year round.
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A total of 550 rooms and suites at Fairmont Chateau Whistler include Mountain, Two-Bedroom and 800-square-foot Hospitality Suites that include in-room safes, windows that open and spectacular mountain view.
For a truly first-class Whistler vacation, Fairmont offers the President's Club recognition program, the Fairmont Gold ''hotel within a hotel'' and a full Business Center along with comprehensive programs for conferences and weddings.
Beginning in 1990, Fairmont’s Canadian hotels pioneered the Green Partnership program. Fairmont Chateau Whistler’s sustainability efforts include recycling and organic waste diversion in the hotel’s kitchens, redistribution of household goods and food to those in need, purchasing green power and employing sustainable energy technology.
They call the service here intuitive care, and our intuition tells us that this is one heck of a Whistler Resort Hotel. This is one of those places that looks like a mountain lodge, feels like a mountain lodge and…well, except for all the luxury and consistent pampering, it is.
From the moment you park your car here - indoor valet, natch - you know you’re in for a treat. Especially if you bring your family; here, kids are known as “younger guests” and if they’re under 18 they stay free. The hotel concierge can arrange for Whistler family outings, which you’ll have no trouble finding in any season. There are also supervised crafts, games, swimming and complimentary products for child care on site. Of course, the adult in you will want some time, too. Which is why the Four Seasons Whistler Resort a state-of-the-art fitness centre and health club, plus a gorgeous outdoor pool and a world-class spa that offers treatments featuring all-natural products directly from the surrounding British Columbia landscapes. Five stars all the way!
A tremendous selection of rooms and suites at the Four Seasons Whistler Resort ranges from the “moderate” rooms (with gas fireplaces and deep soaking tubs) to the Deluxe Four Seasons Executive Suite.
The 18-hole, 6,908 yard, par 71 Nicklaus North Golf Course is just three kilometers from the Four Seasons Whistler Resort.
From Vancouver International Airport, follow Grant McConachie Way onto the Arthur Laing Bridge. Exit onto Granville Street and continue north across the Granville Street Bridge. Stay in the right lane and take the Seymour Street exit. After seven blocks, turn left on to West Georgia Street. Continue west onto Stanley Park Causeway, and cross the Lion's Gate Bridge. Take West Vancouver exit off the bridge, then take first right onto Taylor Way. Turn left onto Highway 1 West. Take the Squamish/Whistler exit onto Highway 99 North. Follow Highway 99 past Whistler Village to Lorimer Road and turn right. Continue straight through traffic lights at Blackcomb Way. You will reach Blackcomb Way a second time; turn left. Take the first right into the Resort driveway.
We can imagine the pressure was on during the construction of the Westin Resort and Spa in the late 1990s - it occupies the last remaining mountainside site in Whistler Village. Judging from the result, it delivers the magnificence suited for this locale, a first-rate Whistler resort in any season.
The Westin Resort and Spa Whistler consists of 419 suites, fine dining at Aubergine Grill, Avello Spa and Health Club, indoor and outdoor pools and hot tubs and a Eucalyptus steam room. But it’s the ambiance that really makes your stay complete. This is a perfectly-balanced combination of mountain lodge and luxury hotel - an exhilarating blend of wood, stone, plenty of glass and thoroughly modern décor. The guest rooms, for example, offer fireplaces - how could you visit Whistler without one? - along with flat panel TVs, wireless Internet and in-room movies and video games. So maybe we’ve changed our mind about all the pressure to build a fantastic resort here in this enviable location. In fact, we wound up asking ourselves: was all of this inspired by the surroundings? Or did it just naturally happen that way?
The Westin Resort and Spa, Whistler is now offering pedi-cab tours featuring sightseeing, picnics at Lost Lake and dining at Aubergine Grill.
The Avello Spa and Health Club offers more than 75 treatments, making one of the comprehensive spas in Canada. It features a pedicure lounge, imported Bouvier tubs and Vichy showers and a range of imported furnishings.
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The Westin Resort and Spa, Whistler features 20,000 square feet of event space including 14 meeting rooms, the Emerald Ballroom, a gorgeous outdoor plaza, video conferencing and a 24/7 in-house audio/visual technician.
If you’re planning a trip to Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains, here’s something to keep in mind: to see the mountains is breathtaking. To experience the mountains, inside the hotel and out, is a complete Whistler mountain vacation. And that’s what you’ll find at Hilton Whistler Resort and Spa.
It doesn’t matter if you’re standing in the quiet, serene outdoor courtyard by the year-round swimming pool and hot tub, enjoying a meal at the stylish Cinnamon Bear Grille or totally relaxing at the full-service spa. This hotel’s elegant mountain-style design is inescapable, and that’s a good thing. The architecture and the building materials evoke the classic mountain lodge, without losing the overall effect of a luxury Whistler hotel. Even the artwork here is created by local artists along the Sea-to-Sky Corridor. It’s not just après-ski; it’s après-everything. It also doesn’t hurt that the accommodations are some of the largest in Whistler - the guest rooms and suites offer as many as 600 square feet - or that, among all the warmth and comfort, they feature the very latest amenities including wireless Internet, mp3 alarm clocks, in-room safes and windows that open into the fresh mountain air.
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The courtyard and Fitness Centre are open daily 24 hours per day. The pool, hot tubs and sauna are open daily from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.
The 1,632-sq.-ft. Mountain Suite is the ultimate in a luxury Whistler vacation with three balconies, a two-person deep Jacuzzi soaker tub, two bedrooms with 37” flat screen TVs and much more.
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A state-of-the-art gym facility features a free-weight station along with the finest cardiovascular equipment, elliptical cross-trainers and stationary bikes.
Reach the summit of British Columbia vacations at Whistler Premier! With your choice of hotel, townhome, or condo, you're sure to find the perfect base camp for fun. A slew of year-round outdoor adventures and a mountain of modern amenities ensures that there's something for everyone at this peak-side paradise!
First and foremost, Whistler is known for its world-class skiing. And Whistler Premier does nothing but reinforce that notion. This skier's sanctuary offers ski-in/ski-out lodging, ski and snowboard rentals, dozens of adrenaline-pumping runs, and access to Whistler and Blackcomb ski lifts. When the summer sun is shining, rent a mountain bike and pedal through the ruggedly beautiful landscape or tee it up on one of the local golf courses like Nicklaus North Golf Course and Whistler Golf Club. And, with more than 30 Whistler area accommodations, it's your choice where you want to stay. Enjoy a stay in the heart of the attraction-filled Village, near fine dining, and just a stone's throw from the ski lifts. These lodgings include breathtaking mountain views and amenities like patios, swimming pools, fireplaces, and much more. What are you waiting for? A premier Whistler vacation awaits!
4220 Gateway Dr., Whistler BC, V0N 1B4
Come explore the winter wonderland and receive 35 percent off when you stay eight or more nights!
The Nicklaus North Golf Course features an emerald-tinted lake, towering fir trees, and rolling fairways all spread over a challenging and scenic par-71 course. Go ahead. Swing away.
Perhaps your Whistler vacation calls for relatively simple accommodations: a comfortable suite, maybe an outdoor pool and a fitness center, but no spa, no dining options, no recreation. On second thought, maybe you want all of this, just with a simpler price. That’s the Residence Inn Whistler.
The thing here is that the suites are not only comfortable - they’re beautiful, with fully-equipped kitchens, gas fireplaces and in-room movies. The pool and hot tub define the classic mountain getaway, especially in the winter. And about all the other stuff: it’s all right nearby, including four golf courses, hiking and biking trails, fly fishing, squash, water skiing, rock climbing and the Solarice Wellness Centre and Spa. Then there’s the location - slopeside on Blackcomb Mountain, with ski-, hike- and bike-in and -out convenience. It’s the best of everything, including the world-class skiing and snowboarding that makes Whistler a much sought-after destination in the first place.
Residence Inn Whistler is an all-suite Whistler hotel, with slopeside accommodations ranging from studios to two-bedroom suites.
From Vancouver International Airport, cross the Arthur Laing Bridge and take Marine Drive East to Boundary Road. Turn left into Boundary Road and continue for about 10 kilometres. Take a left at 1st Avenue. Take Route 1 West. At Horseshoe Bay, Route 1 becomes Highway 99. Whistler is about 1.5 hours away.
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Your stay at Residence Inn Whistler includes a complimentary hot buffet breakfast each morning.
Here’s a Whistler boutique hotel that’s literally “at the centre of it all.” That would be the centre of Whistler Village, and therefore everything that you might come here for in the first place - skiing, shopping, biking, golfing, nightlife, the works. And that’s just when you step out the door.
Which you may not want to. Inside of Crystal Lodge you’ll find no less than three restaurants, two coffee bars and 22 retail shops. That’s in addition to the 24-hour sauna and fitness room; and if you’re in need of some freshening up before your big night out in Whistler, stop into the Farfalla hair salon. Crystal Lodge is not just in the centre of Whistler; it’s a big part of the village. If you do make it out the door, you’ll still have a tough time making it past the swimming pool and hot tubs, which are open year round. And the range of rooms and suites includes Traditional and Deluxe rooms, Jr. Suites and spacious one- to three-bedroom suites. The Loft Suites, some of the most unique Whistler lodging, will take your breath away!
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The Olympic meeting room and the Crystal Board Room at Crystal Lodge are terrific for onsite meetings and events; if you must, you can make the short walk to the TELUS Whistler Conference Center in the village.
Crystal Lodge partners with dozens of Whistler businesses and recreation outlets including its sister golf courses, Nicklaus North and Furry Creek.
Upon reaching Whistler via Highway 99 from Seattle or the Vancouver International Airport, turn right at the fifth set of lights at Village Gate Blvd. Turn right at the next set of lights and immediately right again on Whistler Way. Follow this road around and take your first left into Village Green; the Crystal Lodge is directly in front.
It’s new! It’s unique! Try it today! We should probably try a different technique to describe Nita Lake Lodge, though, because its fresh, progressive ambience belies any kitschy promotion. Nita Lake Lake Lodge is, simply, a place to slow down and rediscover the Creekside experience in Whistler.
Nita Lake Lodge is new. It’s the newest luxury boutique hotel in Whistler, and it’s located a short distance above the base of Whistler Mountain, making the serene Nita Lake, the surrounding forest and rugged mountain terrain a part of a purely relaxing, quiet luxury Whistler vacation. A big theme here is the meticulous attention to detail. Even the most visible features shine with something extra - the basalt rock in the floor-to-ceiling in-suite fireplaces, the geothermal heating and air conditioning, the patios that seem to blend into the lake. It’s an exclusive, luxurious but unpretentious Whistler boutique hotel. Hurry! Try it today!
The location of Nita Lake Lodge is just 500 yards from the Whistler Mountain high speec chairlift; but its’ also just steps from the Whistler Train Station. A “train-in, train-out” resort hotel!
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Fine dining at Jordan’s Crossing restaurant includes the lightly themed ambiance of the area’s first railroad cars. That’s in addition to the hip, contemporary Lakeside Lounge and the classic morning fare at JC’s Café and Deli.
The Valley Trail crosses in front of the onsite deli, and provides walking, biking and skating around Alta and Nita Lake.
This is big - really big. Delta Whistler Mountain Suites is one of 44 Canadian hotels and resorts, and it embodies the classic Whistler experience. It’s a true mountain ski lodge, and it also offers 205 guest rooms and studios and everything else you could possibly want in a Whistler family getaway.
That includes the onsite health club, with a gym, indoor and outdoor hot tubs, a dry sauna and a heated outdoor pool. It also includes a vast selection of retail shops, and one of Whistler’s two locations for Solarice Wellness Spa on site. And a fantastic dinner always awaits at Hy’s Steakhouse. You guessed it - also on site. Among the excitement Whistler Village, your room is always a nice place to return to. We’re talking gas fireplaces, full kitchens, balconies, in-suite washers and dryers and On Command movies and games. It’s a complete Whistler getaway - whether you ski or not.
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Delta Whistler Village Suites offers three meeting rooms with gorgeous views of both Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains and enough space for up 120. It’s also directly across the street from the Whistler Conference Center.
Each of the 72 Two-Bedroom Suites at Whistler Village Suites features a separate living room, full kitchen; dining area, a fireplace, two full baths and more.
From Vancouver International Airport, head west on Grant McConachie Way. Take a slight right at SW Marine Dr. and continue on Granville St. Make a slight right at Seymour St N and turn left at W Georgia St. Continue on Stanley Park Causeway Rd. Continue on Hwy 1A/Hwy 99/Lions Gate Bridge. Take the ramp onto Marine Dr. Turn right at Taylor Way. .Turn left onto the TC-1/BC-99 ramp to Horseshoe Bay/Whistler/Squamish. Keep right at the fork to continue toward BC-99/Hwy-1W. Keep left at the fork, and follow the signs for TC-1/BC-99. Merge onto BC-99/Hwy-1 W. Take Exit 1 for Marine Dr/BC-99 toward Whistler/Squamish. Merge onto BC-99 N/Sea To Sky Hwy N. Turn right at Village Gate Blvd. Turn left at Northlands Blvd. Turn right at Main St. Whister Village Suites is located at 4308 Main St. in Whistler.
This is the part of the Whistler experience we most like to imagine - relaxing, perhaps après-ski, in a heated pool. Outside. In the winter. People do that in Whistler a lot, but at Whistler Cascade Lodge, you can be assured that your space in the pool will be your own.
Whistler Cascade Lodge features the largest outdoor pool in Whistler, along with two hot tubs and the requisite views of both Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains. We don’t know if it’s a sense of accomplishment, a sense of relief or just enjoying life, but it sure is spectacular. This is all in the framework of a six-storey condominium lodge, with onsite laundry facilities, fitness facility and a bike and ski concierge. You can choose from studio, one- or two-bedroom suites as well, all just steps from the attractions, dining and entertainment of Whistler Village and less than a 15-minute walk from the ski lift. If you choose to walk - the shuttle stops across the street!
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For meetings and group events, Whistler Cascade Lodge also offers a conference room on site.
Whistler Cascade Lodge offers a complete Whistler vacation planning service which helps you arrange spa services, dogsledding adventures, and of course Whistler ski vacations. It’s always just a call or a click away!
From Vancouver International Airport, proceed over the Arthur Laing Bridge. Take Marine Drive East to Boundary Road. Turn left and continue for about 10 kilometres. Take a left at 1st Avenue. Immediately take the exit to Route 1 West. Follow Route 1 to Horseshoe Bay. Travel north on Highway 99 to Whistler. At Village Gate Blvd., turn right. You will see the Whistler Cascade Lodge immediately on your left hand side. to enter, take your first left onto Northlands Blvd.