Overall we had a nice experience. I would definitely recommend to a friend. See full review
Aug 26, 2014
Cheapest Option in Whistler
I would describe the room we got at Glaciers reach as a Fiesta Inn room in a small town in Texas.... See full review
Jul 21, 2014
The Glacier's Reach Hotel is located in the number one ski resort in North America, is just a short walk to the base of both mountains and overlooks the village. Rooms include a fully equipped kitchen, balcony, full bathroom, color TV with VCR, alarm clock/radio and an iron/ironing board. The hotel is a new favorite for families and groups to stay at while visiting Whistler. Hotel does not guarantee beddings it may be different.
Parking Fees: $15 per day plus taxes
No Daily Maid Service - While linens and bath towels are included in the unit, daily maid service is not included in the rental rate. A touch up clean and towel and linen change are included once every 4 days for stays of 5 nights or longer. Additional housekeeping services are available for a fee.
The minimum age is 25 years for all occupants of the room. The primary occupant and credit card holder must be at least 25 years old for all new bookings for all ResortQuest Whistler managed properties. Arrivals between Nov 21, 2014 and April 30, 2015: the individual making the reservation must be 21 years of age or older and must occupy the rental property the entire term of the reservation and have a valid credit card in their name. Additional restrictions may apply.
All registered occupants must produce photo identifications to register, as well as a credit card in their own name to be used for Security Deposit. Security deposit varies by size and type of unit, and may also vary by season. Guests may be asked to sign a noise and damage waiver.
Check-in for this property is at Aspens on Blackcomb - a 24-hour check in/out facility located at 4800 Spearhead Dr. (604-932-7222). Check In 4pm Check Out 10am
A Resort Fee of 6.86% will assessed at the front desk.
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Room with One Queen and Sofa Bed include full kitchen, dining area, living room, fireplace, balcony, VCR, washer and dryer and cookware.
Glacier's Reach hotel rooms are cozy units approximately 300 square feet in size. They sleep maximim 2 people but recommended for 1 person due to size of unit. Amenities include TV and DVD player, coffee maker and CD player. Most units have air conditioning and king split beds.
Terms and conditions
Rates quoted in currencies other than the hotel's base currency are subject to the rate of the international exchange. Rate may change throughout stay. Rate may reflect average nightly rate. Extra charges may apply. Incidental charges, such as room service, are not included in the rate.
The amenities and/or facilities may not be located at the hotel, but within a reasonable distance, and additional charges may apply for use. All information has been provided by this hotel and not by Orbitz
I would describe the room we got at Glaciers reach as a Fiesta Inn room in a small town in Texas. So, not big, old furniture, reasonably clean, and cheap. There's a loud AC unit on the window and everything.
Cheap is only relative to other
Whistler options, of course.
The downside vs. a motel is that there is no cleaning service for short stays.
I'm happy with my stay, this is what I expected.
This is not a 3-star hotel. Housekeeping in not included with the room. Parking is not included in the room rate - $15 dollars more a day. The room was SO small that the king bed barely fit. The furniture was old, the lamps were cheap and very
old, and the bedding, DISGUSTING. You would never sleep on anything this shabby in your own home. Inside the comforter was a dried substance that looked to be ketchup; let’s hope that’s all it was, because it took 3 phone calls and more than 18 hours before Erin, the manager, could manage to get housekeeping to change the bedding. We had immediately asked for a new room, but Erin informed us there was nothing else and did NOTHING to rectify the problem. She just asked if it was truly a dried substance or just a stain. Now you know where their standards are.
We are very disappointed with whom we purchased the accommodations, for advertising this room as a 3-star and even more disappointed with the property managers, whom we have booked with several times in Colorado. They have both lowered their standards.
The one positive point with the lodging is that the shuttle station is directly across the street.