- Charges for extra guests may apply and vary depending on the property's policy.
- A credit card for incidental charges and a government-issued photo ID are required at check-in.
- Special requests are subject to availability at the time of check-in and can't be guaranteed. Certain requests may come with additional charges.
- The minimum check-in age for Spring Break is 25 years old.
- The credit card used at check-in for incidentals must be in the name of the primary guest who made the reservation.
- The following credit cards are accepted: American Express, MasterCard, and Visa.
- The condo can refuse certain bookings for the purpose of group events or parties, which include pre-wedding stag/bachelor and hen/bachelorette parties.
ResortQuest at Aspens on Blackcomb3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
We loved the ski in/out location. The pool and hot tubs were enjoyed by the kids, so not sure how good they were but the kids loved them. The unit is fairly clean, quite dated decor and a stuffy smell when we first walked in. One of the elevators was "temporarily" down the whole week we were there so we had to wait a little at times. Only 3 stories which would be fine to take the stairs but not a lot of fun in ski boots.
This is a collection of privately owned apartments so of which are let out. So our experience cannot be universally applied as I suspect quality of rooms will vary. WE booked our through Blackcomb Parks and our one bed was perfect. Completely refurbished and new utensils throughout. Absolutely no complaints. Check in was a little confusing, if you book through Blackcomb make sure you complete all the online forms. A pain but will save you time when checking in. They also have an office in the complex if there's problems. Be warned that you pay for parking separately around $17 a day. All the normal facilities you'd expect bar no restaurants, its very much a self catering venue. Hot tubs and pool well heated and good standard. BQ on balcony that's nice and you are able to watch skiers pass from that balcony, nice.
These are very comfortable units. As other reviewers have posted they are individually owned and there is variation among the units depending on the rental company. Having stayed here several times the Whiski Jack units are well-maintained and clean with well-stocked kitchens and bathrooms. The location is great, on the mountain and a 2 minute walk to the Upper Village. There is a ski rental shop on the ground floor with ski valet to leave equipment overnight. Great pool, three jacuzzis and gym.
This is my 2nd stay at the Aspens. I was here in March 2016 and the stay then was ok, hence the decision to return. But not so happy this time. Great location on the slope but our two bedroom room was cramped. Supposed to sleep 5 - 6 but that is a real stretch. No room to pull out the sofa bed so one guy slept on the couch. The unit was poorly provisioned. Knives dull as butter knives, no pot to cook pasta, an incomplete set of glasses. Shower and closet doors that barely close, hard to work. And all this for only $3000 for a week.... The place needs work. Will look for another place next time I come to Whistler.
Suite tired and housekeeping not good. Dishes and drawers dirty, dusty counters and carpet not properly cleaned. Furniture battered. However location location location works so well. Do not stay facing front courtyard - noisy early in morning.
Whistler is always awesome. The Aspens is hugely convenient. Not flash but sound quality and great convenience. Skiing Whistler and/or Blackcomb Mtns is fantastic - something for everyone. And it's also easy to get from Vancouver to the slopes. The snow at the moment is superb.
great ski in ski out hotel with comfy rooms.There is free ski storage. There is a kitchen, quite a few books, and a few x box CDs in which kids could play on. It is a really spacy hotel and very nice.
The Aspens property is in a great location and the overall facility is nice. That is where it stops for our most recent trip. Unit 332 is managed by Whistler Accommodations and it is one of the worst condo's we have rented anywhere in North America. The kitchen is stocked with a minimal amount of the cheapest, broken cookware I have seen. Didn't even know you could buy stuff this cheap. The condo is maintained poorly with lights out all over the condo, batteries missing from the remotes and the thermostats being non-functional. Had to keep the windows open just to stay in the unit because it was so hot in the winter. Minimal towels were provided in the unit, with not enough to make it through the week. We paid extra to have the 2nd bedroom made up as a King bed, but when we arrived this was not done, instead leaving 2 twins. The unit's wifi was so bad, I had to call the rental agent again to complain. After being connected to the cable provider, we determined that the owner had installed a second wifi router that was overriding the cable company's main wifi router. Shouldn't have to trouble shoot someone's else's wifi while I am on vacation. The condo instructions provided by Whistler Accommodations were just incorrect with conflicting details throughout. When I emailed the renting agent, she never responded. Eventually I called her on the phone only to be yelled at and told to read the instructions she sent even though that was what was wrong. Some of the most unbelievably bad customer service I have ever experienced. Will probably try to stay in the Aspens again but never in this condo and never rented through Whistler Accommodations. I am shocked they can stay in business based on the way they operate.
We, a family of 4, stayed in one of the one bedroom condos here in Feb 2018. There was plenty of space for all 4 of us and all our ski gear. The kitchen has everything you would expect and need, the beds are comfortable (even the sofa bed for the kids), we used the BBQ on the balcony in minus 12 degrees. There is a laundry room (or two) available - which was really useful. The location is literally a 5 minute walk down the hill (or v quick ski) to the Blackcomb base and kids ski school / adult ski lesson area. There are a couple of bars / restaurants here and the Upper Village is just around the corner. The main Whistler Village is about 15 minutes walk - also easy to get to. The concierge are brilliant with ski storage, towels for the hot tubs etc. We have been super impressed and will most definitely be back.
What an amazing spot. We stay here for a few days for skiing. This spot is definitely ski in ski out right towards the bottom of Blackcomb mountain. You can walk across the snow through on Blackcomb mountain to get into town which will take a couple of minutes (the first night we walked along the road which was approximately 3km)! There is a couple of hot tubs which were fantastic after a day of skiing. Will definitely stay here again
- Close to Whistler Blackcomb Ski Resort
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Ski-in/ski-out access
- Outdoor pool
Located in Blackcomb within a short walk of Squamish Lil'wat Cultural Centre, ResortQuest at Aspens on Blackcomb is within a mile (2 km) of 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. Family Adventure Zone and Whistler Marketplace 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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66.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 323 reviews