Guide to The Best Whistler Hotels & Experiences

Whistler Village Hotels

Best Whistler Hotels

Pan Pacific Whistler Village

Looking for the best Whistler hotels? You can’t get much better than the Pan Pacific Whistler Village Centre – location wise. Located in the centre of Whistler Village just a five-minute walk from the Blackcomb Excalibur Gondola, you’ve got the best of both worlds right on your doorstep.
This Whistler hotel is very popular with families, couples and solo travellers, the Pan Pacific has a little something for everyone, from its heated indoor and outdoor pools with Jacuzzi to the gym and spa and wellness centre. There’s even a babysitting service, so you can spend an afternoon skiing while the kids are kept entertained.
The rooms at Pan Pacific are classic and cosy, ranging from standard doubles to self-contained apartments complete with kitchenettes. The hotel is pet-friendly, so you can bring your furry friends along for the wintry fun.

Sundial Boutique Hotel

A popular choice for families and business travellers, Sundial Boutique Hotel sits less than five minutes’ walk from the Blackcomb Excalibur Gondola, perfect for when you want to roll out of bed and onto the slopes. Surrounded by all the shops, bars and restaurants of Whistler Village, Sundial Boutique Hotel boasts a prime location and impressive amenities.
In the rooms you’ll find big comfy beds and inviting tones, complete with a touch of ski lodge chic decor. Double rooms are available for couples and solo travellers and there are fully-equipped apartments for families. In true boutique style, the hotel offers limousine and concierge services, so you can experience the wonders of Whistler Village in style.

Crystal Lodge and Suites

The Crystal Lodge and Suites takes all the class and style of an upmarket urban hotel and mixes it with the charm of a traditional ski lodge. The outdoor heated swimming pool, wellness centre and sauna make The Crystal Lodge and Suites the perfect place to unwind after a day on the trails. Meanwhile, the popular Basalt Wine + Salumeria restaurant offers fine-dining without stepping a foot outside.
Back in your room, you’ll find air conditioning, a flat-screen TV and tea and coffee facilities for when you fancy a cosy night in. There’s also a business and meeting centre, free Wi-Fi and dry-cleaning service for those who like to combine ski with work.
Just a few minutes’ walk away is the Blackcomb Excalibur Gondola, which will carry you to the peak of Blackcomb Mountain. A few minutes in the opposite direction takes you to the bustling shops, restaurants and bars of Whistler Village.

Nita Lake Lodge

If you’re the kind of skier who likes to end their day sitting by a roaring fire with a glass of single malt, surrounded by sumptuous furnishings in caramel and dark wood, Nita Lake Lodge is the hotel for you.
Nestled just a stone’s throw from the calming waters of Lake Nita, and with views that will rival the nearby peak of Old Blackcomb, Nita Lake Lodge is everything a ski lodge should be. The rooms are spacious and luxuriously designed, with each one boasting air conditioning, movies-on-demand, a kitchenette and a spa bath to soothe those aching quads.
Take a dip in the hotel pool or relax in the lake-front restaurant or lounge bar. When you’re feeling fully recuperated, catch the free shuttle service or walk less than 10 minutes to the Creekside Gondola and get back up to the slopes.

After a jam-packed day on the slopes, return to Sundial Boutique Hotel for a much-deserved pampering session in the on-site spa and wellness centre or grab a big plate of spicy food at The Mexican Corner restaurant.

Best places to stay in Whistler

Big Picture Overview of Whistler-Blackcomb

If you’re a serious skier or snowboarder, it’s only a matter of time before you find yourself at Whistler-Blackcomb in British Columbia. It’s the biggest and the best, snagging Ski Magazine’s Best Overall Resort in North America three years running. The two mountains, Whistler and Blackcomb, offer over 3,300 hectares of wintery goodness with everything from smooth wide groomers for family fun to the gnarliest of big mountain terrain for thrill seekers. All this is connected by the Guinness World Record-breaking Peak 2 Peak Gondola with its beautiful mountain landscape views.

The incredible ski conditions shouldn’t be a surprise to many, yet it’s the fantastic après ski and top-class accommodation that really completes the package. Whistler can be luxuriously laid-back, young and wild or outdoorsy and adventurous. Looking for a romantic getaway? Hit the spas. Travelling with family? Try the Whistler Kids Snow School with dedicated family zones. Craving farm-to-table Pacific Northwest fare? Visit one of the renowned restaurants throughout the town.

Whistler Village is the main hub, bustling with skiers exploring boutique shops and fantastic restaurants. It’s home to a buzzing nightlife that rivals any après ski scene and is divided into three different areas, each with its own unique style. You’ve got the Village, Village North and Upper Village, all of which are connected by pedestrian-only roads, perfect for letting the little ones run and play in the snow. Most of the areas are within walking distance of each other, though some properties in the Upper Village are just over a kilometre away, which is a bit of a trek after a day on the slopes.
Its prime location in the valley provides easy access to both mountains. The Excalibur Gondola, Magic Chair and Wizard Express get you onto Blackcomb, while the Whistler Village Gondola and Fitzsimmons Express take you up Whistler.

Check out TripAdvisors.com list of top hotels in Whistler-Blackcomb.

Things to do

Ride the PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola

No trip to Whistler Blackcomb is complete without a ride on the world record-breaking Peak 2 Peak Gondola. Stretching over three kilometres between Whistler and Blackcomb mountains, the Peak 2 Peak Gondola is not only the longest in the world, but at 435 metres, it’s also the highest lift of its kind. Many people choose to experience Peak 2 Peak just for the sweeping views of Fitzsimmons Creek as it winds through the mountain valleys and forests below.

Indulge at a Spa

After a hard day of skiing, you can hire a door-to-door nanny service while you let your hair down at Scandinave Spa Whistler. It’s situated just outside the village on one hectare of beautiful countryside, where you can spend hours indulging in massages, facials and sauna sessions that will rejuvenate your muscles and get you ready to hit the slopes again.

Grab a Bite to Eat

You’ll find an array of dining options in Whistler Village. Expect fresh, local meats and seafood from environmentally sustainable farms, as well as delectable desserts from award-winning pastry chefs.
Enjoy specialties like elk tartare, freshly shucked oysters, and foie gras parfait at local favourite Alta Bistro, also known for its creative cocktails and extensive wine list. The spacious dining room is hip and lively with plenty of space for large groups.