As an international ski destination, Whistler is a hotbed for lodging options. You name it, Whistler has it: world-renowned slopeside luxury hotels with floor to ceiling fireplaces, unique boutique hotel experiences and affordable lodges and condos ideal for families, large groups or those on a budget, to name a few. Whether you’re looking to be in the midst of Whistler’s lively base village or something a little off the beaten path for quiet and relaxation, there’s a Whistler lodging option to provide your every preference. The sheer size of Whistler ensures that there are options to fit every budget and predilection.
Those on a budget will enjoy a stay at the Westin Resort and Spa at Whistler since they experience affordable rates and Westin’s renowned high-quality services and amenities, including Westin’s custom-designed Heavenly bed. Families will love Aava Whistler Hotel’s convenience; it’s just a short walk to the base of Whistler and Blackcomb mountains, which is nice for families who have a load of equipment to carry. The whole family will love relaxing in the heated outdoor pool and hot tub or sauna, and on-site restaurant and lounge, takes the guesswork out of meals.
If luxurious pursuits are high on your Whistler ski vacation check list, the Four Seasons Whistler is an ideal option. The resort offers comfort and convenience. Adjacent to Blackcomb Adventure Zone, and less than 250 yards from the Blackcomb base chairlifts, Four Seasons provides easy access to Whistler-Blackcomb Mountains, a superb spa and mountainside dining to name a few. Four Seasons Resort Whistler's 273 guest rooms, suites and townhouses are generously sized and capture the spirit of a luxurious mountain residence. The ultra-spacious bathrooms are warm and inviting, with Four Seasons signature features: deep soaking tub, separate glass-enclosed shower and a large double vanity.
To learn more about Whistler lodging call, or chat with, one of Ski.com’s knowledgeable Mountain Vacation Specialists.