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Lost Lake Lodge by Whistler Premier

Nice property, lots of rules

The good: Nice room, easy check-in, good shuttle access, nice to have a small kitchen, quiet and family-friendly The bad: Many rules to follow, had lots of trouble with ski locker lock, ski lockers too small, not a typical hotel experience (no room cleaning, etc..), bed was not very comfortable

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1 year ago

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The Fairmont Chateau Whistler

Beautiful Hotel, but not close to the village

We stayed here for 1 night (the last night of our trip) since this seemed to be the best hotel in Whistler. While it was an absolutely stunning hotel, compared to the hotels in Whistler Village it was a little far from the action (bars, restaurants, apres, etc.) It was definitely perfect if you are looking for a quiet romantic getaway and want to spend most of your time skiing and relaxing in the hotel. The drinks and food in the lounge were just ok. Save your money and just head out to one of the restaurants/bars in the village for cocktails/apres instead. The hot chocolate at Portobellos is unbelievable!!! Definitely a must do in whistler even if you don't stay at this hotel.

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1 year ago

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Aava Whistler Hotel

Walking distance to everything

We stayed in whistler close to 10 times and like to try new hotels. Aava hotel is great. They were very occomidating and got our room ready 2 hours before check in. Great location. Rooms were a little small so if you like space get a bigger room. We had the one queen with pull out sofa.

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2 months ago

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Blackcomb Springs Suites

Decent hotel stay

The Coast is ski in/ski out and in a great location. We also enjoyed the free breakfast. However, the hotel and the rooms are dated and in need of a renovation. Our room was decent in size but the sofa/couch was uncomfortable because the cushions were worn out and flat. The TV was too small for the living room area. The patio screen was torn and not in good working order. The bed was uncomfortable and in need of a new mattress. The fridge was very loud and annoying and made the enjoyment of watching TV in the living room area less appealing. The kitchen was well equipped but dated. Overall, the Coast hotel is a no frills hotel in need of a BIG renovation but the location makes up for it.

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1 year ago

Pro tips from our travel blog: Everything you need to know for a perfectly rewarding trip to Whistler Ski Area

Winding Your Way through Whistler

As the largest ski area on the North American continent, Whistler, British Columbia, is a popular destination for winter sports enthusiasts who enjoy skiing and snowboarding. Visitors planning trips to Whistler can search Orbitz.com to find a wide range of Whistler hotels and locate the best prices on rooms.

On the Mountain

The city of Whistler hosted many of the sliding and ski events during the 2010 Winter Olympics. Today, visitors can enjoy a host of winter sports activities at the Whistler-Blackcomb ski resort, including more than three dozen lifts and 200 runs spanning two mountains. This resort is continually ranked as one of the three best ski destinations throughout North America. With an array of terrain ranging from beginner areas to alpine bowls, the resort has something for everyone.

There are a number of hotel accommodations available near the base of the mountain. Pan Pacific Whistler Hotel Mountainside is conveniently situated at the base of Whistler Mountain and is only a few steps away from the Blackcomb gondola. The hotel can be reached at 1-888-905-9995. During peak season, visitors should expect a rate of $300 and up per night. Mountainside Lodge is located on Sundial Place. This lodge offers lofts, one-bedroom suites, and studios. After a day on the slopes, guests can take advantage of a heated pool and tub or a relaxing dinner at the on-site Italian restaurant. Rates average $139 and up per night during peak season. The cuisine available on the slope tends to be quite varied. The Crystal Hut on Blackcomb Mountain is known for its huge waffles topped with cream, berries and chocolate, but there are also numerous other dining options where choices range from salmon steak to a udon bowl.

Enjoying Downtown Whistler

Visitors to Whistler who prefer to stay near town will find plenty of excellent options. Delta Whistler Village Suites is conveniently located on Main Street. Guests can choose from one- or two-bedroom suites complete with laundry facilities and a full kitchen. During peak season, suites average $230 per night. The contact number is 1-888-229-3987. Summit Lodge and Spa is a lovely boutique hotel that features an on-site spa. Deluxe and executive studios are available, along with one-bedroom suites. Guests should expect to pay $200 and up per night during peak season. The contact number is 1-888-913-8811.

There are also many shops and restaurants to enjoy in the downtown area. Caramba! is known for its Mediterranean-inspired dishes fused with a dash of local flavor. Visitors to the area who are looking to soak up the scenery may wish to stop by Citta on the Village Green for some pub fare and the chance to relax on the patio.

Getting Away to Whistler

For travelers looking to test their skills on the slopes and get away from the stress of daily life, the picturesque city of Whistler can offer that and more. Orbtiz.com makes it fast and easy for travelers to search for the best prices on Whistler hotels and accommodations.