Whistler Village Hotels
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Summit Lodge & Spa

Summit Lodge & Spa Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The upper-middle-range, 81-room Summit Lodge and Spa has a casual ambiance. Its large, bright rooms aren't stylish, but they do come with kitchenettes, fireplaces, balconies, and free Wi-Fi. Dogs are very welcome here (and can stay for free), and there's a small spa on-site offering Javanese-style treatments. But the Lower Village location is a bit removed from the main tourist action; it's a short walk away from Whistler Village, and a shuttle bus ride or long walk away from the lifts.
The Crystal Lodge & Suites

The Crystal Lodge & Suites Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The decor of the 159-room Crystal Lodge & Suites, located in the heart of Whistler Village, is typical for the area, with cedar and stone accents and warm colors. Upper-middle-range rooms are clean and bright (some have fireplaces, most have balconies) with clean, but unexceptional, bathrooms. Suites have large, fully stocked kitchenettes with dishwashers. There's a huge discrepancy in size between suites and standard rooms, however: While Traditional Rooms aren't the smallest we've seen, they're considerably more cramped.
Hilton Whistler Resort & Spa

Hilton Whistler Resort & Spa Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The highlight of this 287-room, four-pearl hotel is its location, right by the Whistler Golf Course in the heart of Whistler Village. The rooms are large and comfortable, with slightly bland but still perfectly pleasant decor: warm colors, light woods, and salmon-colored down duvets. The fitness center is modern, there's a small spa with Javanese-inspired treatments, and the year-round outdoor pool has beautiful views (but it's a bit small for the size of the property).
The Westin Resort & Spa, Whistler

The Westin Resort & Spa, Whistler Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 419 rooms at the Westin were updated to accommodate the masses that descended upon Whistler for the 2010 Winter Olympics: They're all large and well suited for families or groups, with kitchenettes, pull-out sofas, and fireplaces. Although not all rooms come with balconies, it's hard to find a bad view; most guests will look out over snowcapped mountains (even in the summer) or the charming village. And the location just steps off of Whistler's Village Stroll is close to the action.
Pan Pacific Whistler Mountainside

Pan Pacific Whistler Mountainside Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This 121-room hotel has a premier location in the heart of Whistler Village, right next to the ski lifts. Rooms are homey and functional, if not luxurious, with light wood accents, space-saving Murphy beds, kitchenettes, and fireplaces. The lobby area is warm but not quite stylish, and is decorated with stone walls, a cozy fireplace, antler chandeliers, and wood furnishings. Although the fitness center is small (only one treadmill), many guests will prefer to get their workout on the slopes, as the gondola is literally just outside the door. After a day out in the cold, the outdoor Jacuzzi is a wonderful treat.
Aava Whistler Hotel

Aava Whistler Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

From the outside, the Aava Whistler Hotel looks like many other Whistler hotels -- Bavarian-style architecture, lots of exposed wood, and well-kept grounds with some greenery. On the inside, the 191 contemporary rooms come with quality linens, up-to-date technology, and stylish touches, but lack distinctive mountain charm. The location isn't ski-in, ski-out, but it's still convenient -- just a short walk to the restaurants, bars, and ski lifts in the Village.
Montebello

Montebello Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This well-kept rental complex featuring three-bedroom homes is about a 12-minute walk from the center of Whistler Village. The homes are popular among families, who enjoy the large bedrooms, the modern kitchens, and the quiet, neighborhood feel. But remember that this is a rental, not a resort, so don't expect amenities such as a pool, fitness center, or housekeeping.
The Listel Hotel Whistler

The Listel Hotel Whistler Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This 98-room mid-range hotel was formerly a Best Western. Although it lacks the charm or character of some other Whistler hotels, it offers its guests convenience in multiple forms: free in-room amenities such as Wi-Fi, coffee, and mini-fridges; a great location that's just a street over from Whistler Village's main drag; and equipment storage for summer and winter sports. The continental breakfast, although basic and sometimes crowded, is another free perk. On the negative side, the rooms feel dated, with some stained surfaces and nicked furnishings. Overall, it's still a solid value pick.
Adara Hotel

Adara Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This 41-room boutique is one of the smallest (and most intimate) hotels in the area, and has a central location in Whistler Village. The rooms are among Whistler's most stylish (if a little dark and narrow), with mod furniture, and cool touches such as photo prints on pine, and chrome antelope heads. But a few details didn't stand up to close inspection: the dinged-up loft stair handrail, mysteriously spotted PlayStation 3 controller, and grimy showerhead. The prison-like balconies, small covered pool, and other missed-mark attempts at hip can make this a tough sell with so many surrounding options.

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What's Your Style?

  • Luxury
  • Resort
  • Romantic
  • Value
  • Boutique
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Locations

  • Whistler Village
  • Upper Village
  • Whistler Creekside

Amenities

  • Air Conditioner
  • Babysitting Services
  • Balcony
  • Basic Television
  • Business Center
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Brands

  • Hilton
  • Westin
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