ResortQuest at Aspens on Blackcomb3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Our family came along way to visit our daughter who recently moved to Whistler for work We stayed at Aspens in a 1 bedroom suite, the suite was dirty and run down, we called two weeks prior to make sure the heated pool and hot tubs were going to be up and running and were told yes they would be, otherwise we would’ve booked somewhere else. We arrived and of course the pool was not running, i was extremely upset and tried to talk to the women at the front desk who was very rude and would not give us the time or day! Just said well you didn’t talk to us, ummmm yes we did!! Also parking on the website says $15 a day, we arrived and were told $56 for two nights, and had to park down the hill and carry a infant to and from anytime we wanted to drive somewhere, it ended being one thing after another that made our stay very disappointing. Whistler is supposed to be known for their great customer service not the kind of service that we got for the price we paid. I have to say we won’t be back for a very long time to visit our daughter after the experience we had this past November long weekend.
This is the second time we've stayed at Aspens, traveling in summer and early fall to enjoy the beautiful hikes in gorgeous territory. The Aspens is a perfect location for getting on the chair lift to the top of Blackcomb, taking the Peak to Peak to Whistler and experiencing the super outdoors on both mountains. Our suite (109) had all the amenities, very attractive and comfortable furnishings, and lovely view of the mountains. We also appreciated the less congested Upper Village. We would definitely look forward to returning and booking Aspens on Blackcomb.
We have visited the Aspens several times over the last few years and have enjoyed it. This time though they were having water issues. Low pressure, brown water and the pool was closed indefinitely and at least one hot tub was closed at any given time. I wish the company/owners had been forth coming with the problems as we could have booked into another resort. We stayed in unit 268, a privately owned unit rented through a vacation rental company. The owner was easy to get along with, but the tv in the master wouldn't work and neither did the dishwasher. While the furniture seemed to have been updated the bathrooms really need a redo. There were cracks in the tile and toilet.
Tucked away from the village a bit, this place is nice and quiet. You can still walk down the slope to Village North in less than five minutes. Place was big, I think 600 sf so the size of a small apartment. Clean and recently renovated main building, though very clearly a family owned condo (personal pictures up on the mantle). Awkward red couch looked nice but not real comfy. We were on the ground floor which was nice on a hot summer day. Note that there are a couple of different agencies renting units in the same building, and where you check-in will depend on who you rented with. We checked in at Blackcomb Lodge in the centre of the village (still very convenient if you know where you're going). Family friendly pool area, though very busy. Some sort of construction was occurring in the unit above us over the labour day weekend, which did harsh the vibe a little bit. Also, our car got broken into (we left the window down a bit and they jimmied the lock). Nothing broken, nothing stolen... just be sure not to leave valuables in your car (as anywhere). All in all we would go back, good value for money and a quiet mountainside setting.
We stayed in #321 a one bedroom condo for four nights. What I really enjoyed was the kitchen was well stocked with good quality appliances and lots of pots, pans, dishes, and cookware. The condo was a good size for the 3 of us, and the balcony in this unit looked onto greenspace so felt quite private. The condo building was quiet, and the front desk staff were very friendly. Also notable was the pool was kept at a nice temperature, which was appreciated as even in August the evenings start to get chilly. I felt like I got good value for my money with this rental.
Condo 219 was well equipped and clean. It could use a bit of updating but serves our needs just fine. Loved the deck onto the green space and the great location. We walked several times a day into the main village and found it to be a nice stroll. We didn't use any of the pool facilities or the exercise room. Would we stay again? Definitely.
We just stayed here for 5 night the place was beautiful, the complex was exceptionally clean, the staff very polite and helpful. We stayed there with our small grandchildren and it was everything we needed our room had been newly renovated and the beds were super comfortable. The pool and hot tubs were clean and well taken care of. I would definitely recommend the Apens.
Our family had a very enjoyable 4 days at The Aspens on Blackcomb. We have 2 small children so having the outdoor pool was fantastic. It's extremely close to the Upper Village and the various activities there. The staff were very friendly and helpful and the next time we go back, we will definitely stay there.
Great location, nice to walk to lower village, works off all that ice cream! We stayed in a renovated unit which had a recent kitchen and bath reno, very nice. Would have liked to see the owner spring for new furniture in the living room, couch and chair really need to be replaced or deep cleaned, oh well. General building and unit cleanliness were great. Kitchen not really equipped for major food pep, just basic prep and reheating. As with most rentals, missing some key items like an egg flipper and the knives don't cut much. Was a warm unit with not much breeze in the hot weather, could use a couple of ceiling fans, if you need cool or have kids, make sure the unit you rent has an air conditioning unit as apparently the building is generally warm. Comfy beds. Generally a recommend but know that all units individually owned and will vary in decor and amenities.
Just to be clear, we actually rented a condo in this property. So this review is mainly about the front desk staff. We had a communications issue with the condo owner. Front desk staff went out of their way to resolve quickly & efficiently. They were also very helpful with touring tips & info. All in all, EXCEPTIONAL front desk service! Would give them a 10 out of 10!!!
- Close to The Range and Whistler Blackcomb Ski Resort
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Ski-in/ski-out access
- Outdoor pool
Located in Blackcomb, ResortQuest at Aspens on Blackcomb is within a mile (2 km) of popular sights such as The Range and Whistler Blackcomb Ski Resort. This 60-room, 3-star condo property welcomes guests with conveniences like ski-in/ski-out access, an outdoor pool, and free in-room WiFi. Squamish Lil'wat Cultural Centre and Audain Art Museum are also nearby.
The 60 condos feature kitchens and balconies. TVs come with cable channels and DVD players, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries. Other standard amenities include fireplaces, coffee makers, and phones. Weekly housekeeping is available.
At ResortQuest at Aspens on Blackcomb, guests enjoy ski-in/ski-out access, an outdoor pool, and a fitness center. Self parking is offered for CAD 17.00 per day. The 24-hour front desk has staff always at the ready. Other amenities at this ski condo include 3 spa tubs, free WiFi in public areas, and a meeting room.
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66% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 302 reviews