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- 1Hotel Class:54 reviews
believe it or not, this place is excellent for kids. so accommodating. they had a crib, diapers, soft blanket, etc., set up in the room. the restaurant is great for kids too.Popular with
- 2Hotel Class:57 reviews
Top class hotel, right at the bottom of the ski run down Whistler but with easy access to Blackcomb. All of the amenities you'd expect from a hotel of this quality, from ski storage and boot drying, to excellent food and superb rooms
- 3Hotel Class:4.53 reviews
You can't get a better spot in Whistler. This is RIGHT at the base of the mountain. Excellent service. Beautiful Hotel. Well laid out rooms with living spaces and fireplaces, granted not huge but well laid out and comfortable.Popular with
- 4Hotel Class:4.52 reviews
Located kind of on the outer edges of the village, the Westin, while a tiny bit of a walk to the happening nightlife spots, is an amazing resort getaway for anyone lucky enough to go to Whistler/Blackcomb. The rooms here are spacious, and well, there's always those Heavenly beds, which definitely come in handy after a day of brutal beating ...Popular with
- 5Hotel Class:42 reviews
The rooms are like any other hotel rooms.. OK! However; you did not come to Whistler, to stay in the rooms. Your trip is to be around and about the village in the day and at night eating drinking and be merry as ever.
- 6Hotel Class:42 reviews
Cozy and modern Adara Hotel is located right in the Whistler Village, making ski in/ski out possible. Its location is very convenient not just to the lifts but also to all the amenities offered within the village like restaurants, lounges and shops. Some of the rooms have direct access to a roof top patio, while some rooms have kitchenettes. The ...
- 7Hotel Class:51 review
Certainly a room with a view!
- 851 review
We loved this place (thanks to the gift a week long timeshare rental). We stayed in a beautiful one bedroom with a kitchen, balcony, and jacuzzi tub. They also had a great pool area with barbecue grills. A few minutes walk away was the mountain and downtown Whistler. We were able to save money by going into town, buying some ...
- 9Hotel Class:51 review
We stayed here because I wanted to stay at a dog friendly hotel on my birthday. The concierge was friendly and it was nice my dog was able to dawdle around the hotel. The room we had, had a kitchen so we cooked and it didn't stick up the room too much so that was good. Overall, it's a great ...
- 10Hotel Class:51 review
Amazing service from the staff and best pool deck and view in Whistler
- 11Hotel Class:51 review
ski in ski out, perfect location. from here you can ride the lifts steps away, the condos are very good mostly with 02 rooms, kitchen and everything else you need to make your stay comfortable. They also have a hot tub just by the trails, its a good choice if you are willing to pay for a good location.
- 12Hotel Class:51 review
Most comfortable beds ever! Love that it's pet friendly and has great facilities
- 1351 review
Not where shown on map- about 5 km south of creekside -up Callahan valley road. Head up to the Whistler Olympic Park and Callaghan Valley for cross country skiing, snow shoeing, healthy lunch. Often snowing here if raining in village. Toddler friendly lodge. For adventurous -head overnight into the Callaghan Country/ Journeyman Lodge at Conflict Lake- amazing backcountry adventure.
- 14Hotel Class:51 review
Amazing facilities, beautiful rooms, fantastic atmosphere
- 1551 review
- 16Hotel Class:41 review
this is where you find the restaurant Crab Shack, its one of the best seafood in Whistler area, try their crab with hot butter its delicious, nowadays the restaurant is inside the Aava Whistler Hotel which is an easier reference.
- 17Hotel Class:41 review
Bring your dog to Whistler!! This is a very dog friendly spot. This is a great place to stay in Whistler if you aren't willing to break the bank. It's located mid village so you'll have to walk a little bit to the slope but you're saving money and getting a decent amount of space and a kitchen. All with ...
- 1841 review
Really nice new hostel. Great facilities - a cafe downstairs, huge common areas on the 2nd floor, lockup for your bike or ski gear. friendly staff. Only problem with the hostel is the location. It really is not close to anything. You have to catch a bus or drive to get to the lifts or any shops. There is a ...Popular with
- 19Hotel Class:41 review
One of the nicer Dog Friendly places in Whistler Village. In the upper village but tucked back so it's nice and quiet. We went with friends and rented the 2 bedroom which had a lovely layout with a kitchen and living area. We have two playful terriers and came back from dinner to find that our dogs were missing! We ...Popular with
- 2031 review
Great spot if you are coming with a family. Less expensive than the upper village, more space and you can still ski in and ski out. If you are staying longer than a few days it's key to have your own kitchen. There are two large grocery stores in the village that have everything you could need.Popular with