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Blackcomb Lodge by Whistler Premier

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Room very small. Very unacceptable No table to set computor on. One chair. Next to stairway. Asked for table and they had none. We had to rearrange where phone was for the computor. Staff were not really accommodating . Worse experience we have had at Whistler and we have been going up there Since 1986. Asked about upgrade more money. Parking cost. We were told that was a hotel room and that is what we booked. Only room like that. Very very disappointed . Plus we had to let water run for at least 15 minutes before we got hot water.

Room was a little tired but extremely clean and staff exceptionally friendly and helpful. Would definitely stay again and would recommend to friends and family

The location of the hotel was superb. You can literally walk towards to gondola rides and partying at night. The staff was friendly. The rooms were clean and well maintained.

Only stayed the 2 nights but I found no fault with anything. Room was beyond expectations and the location was perfect for someone travelling on their own with no car.

The hotel room was sufficiently stocked and looked updated, however our primary goal was to get a good night sleep and this did not happen. The first room sounded like an echo chamber from the frivolity at the bar outside ( closes at 2 am in off-season and 4 am in-season). After asking to switch rooms, our new room had a loud low pitch droning sound. In the morning, at the checkout desk, we recognized the vibration and sound but even louder, and it was literally shaking the floor. The attendant attributed it to the boiler downstairs. Perhaps the location is best for those who would like to be at the bar until 4 am, because sleeping isn't in the cards.

The location of the hotel is right at Whistler village so it's convenient for me for what i had plan to do in Whistler =)

Not bad if you request to be on the quiet side. Wifi worked for about 2 seconds. Clean rooms in decent shape. Would stay here again if it was cheap and I was sure I could stay on the quiet side of the building.

Most uncomfortable bed in Whistler. They placed my daughter and i in a corner/oblong/slender room with no light. One king bed. When i called down and reminded them i needed two beds, they said they would send someone up to divide the bed. Apparently the Lodge got a deal on beds that can part from a king into two double beds. No outlets anywhere to be found and the lighting in bath along with plumbing was horrible. The only thing that kept this place afloat was the location in the village and the cool shopping right outside. Oh yea.Parking a car is $15+ a day in a dark basement and the pool was nasty..also in basement.

I'm sure many people come to Whistler year after year and know exactly where to stay for the things they want in a ski vacation. For those who are coming for the first time, be aware that Whistler Village is active! If you want to ski all day and party into the night, this is a great place for you, but if you are on a family trip with kids, beware. We arrived late, probably midnight, after a long drive. After some difficulty finding our reservation (made through this site), we finally got to our room (1st floor corner, facing the square) and got to sleep for about 1 hour when the music got loud enough to wake us; not faintly in the distance, but right under the window, thumping bass. This ended when the clubs closed, probably around 2am, when everyone in the club gathered right outside and continued to party for another hour, at the tops of their lungs. We asked to be moved, and to their credit, the staff accommodated us the next day. The 1-2am music continued to be audible, but somewhat less so, and we no longer had to hear the crowd in the square afterward. Perhaps the hotel should make guests aware of this in advance. Another factor adding to the noise problem at the Lodge was the fact that the walls are paper-thin. While not as big an issue as the music/crowd noise, this was a bit of an annoyance due to our neighbor's extremely audible love of hockey. Overall, the hotel was average in most ways, mostly staffed by very young seasonal employees who are cheerful and nice, but somewhat out of their depth.

Check in at 4:00 p.m is later than I would have wanted and 10:00 a.m. was a bit early. Accomodations and service were overall good.

Check in at 4:00 p.m. would have been better at 3:00 p.m. and check out is a bit early at 10:00 a.m.

Great location and value. Price was excellent for the area and accommodations. (although parking was not included with cost of hotel) Within walking distance of most all major attractions. Great place to stay for a long duration, with all the comforts of home.

Steps from lifts, clubs, bars, grocery store, liquior store.

the location of the hotel is fantastic. However the room had trash in it when we arrived. Including a candy rapper in one of the beds. Never again!

The front desk staff were friendly and informative. However, the cleaning staff were sorely lacking in keeping up with the daily cleanup; trash was not emptied, toiletries were not replenished, bathrooms were not cleaned. In the US, every hotel we stayed at those chores were done on a daily basis. Overall, the rooms did not reflect the value we paid. The positive --location.

Staff was very helpful. Room clean and could not be more conveniently located. Travelled here for a short weekend with two kids. Walk to lifts is only a few short minutes.

After driving up from Vancouver on Friday the lodge was an easy place to check in to for the weekend which is centrally located in the village.

Skiing & dining & used pool & hot tub. Great location as we stepped outside into the village square where the kids could play in a huge pile of snow. The only problem was a party one night that went late in a nearby room. Other than that it was a great vacation.

No cribs provided, no Internet, half of the rooms facing very loud pub area with 2am noise making sleeping impossible Relatively comfortable suites with all the needed amenities.

Hotel was great, staff was great, and our next door neighbors were way too noisy until 6:30 am. Next time I will call the front desk and tell them, that way we'll get some sleep.

4220 Gateway Drive Whistler BC

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to The Range and Whistler Blackcomb Ski Resort
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • Indoor pool

Located in Whistler Village, Blackcomb Lodge by Whistler Premier is within a 5-minute walk of The Range and within 15 minutes of other popular attractions like Whistler Blackcomb Ski Resort. This 3-star condo property welcomes guests with 71 rooms and conveniences like an indoor pool, free in-room WiFi, and a spa tub. Centrally located in Whistler, the condo is also a short walk from Whistler Visitor Centre and Whistler Core Climbing and Fitness Centre.


Dining

In addition to a meal at the onsite restaurant, you can also enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. You can get a quick energy boost at the coffee shop/café.


Rooms

All 71 condos provide microwaves, refrigerators, and coffee makers. 42-inch flat-screen TVs come with digital channels and pay movies, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Free local calls, safes, and ironing boards are also standard.


Property features

At Blackcomb Lodge by Whistler Premier, guests have access to an indoor pool, a spa tub, and a sauna. If you drive, self parking is CAD 18 per day, and there's also a free area shuttle. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with concierge services, luggage storage, and securing valuables. Other amenities at this ski condo include free WiFi in public areas, a meeting room, and laundry facilities.

Room options

Studio Loft

King 1 | Sleeps 6

Standard Room

King 1 | Sleeps 2

Guest reviews for Blackcomb Lodge by Whistler Premier

Everyone (1) Couples (4) Family (10) Friends (6) Other (2)
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Everyone

Room very small. Very unacceptable No table to set computor on. One chair. Next to stairway. Asked for table and they had none. We had to rearrange where phone was for the computor. Staff were not really accommodating . Worse experience we have had at Whistler and we have been going up there Since 1986. Asked about upgrade more money. Parking cost. We were told that was a hotel room and that is what we booked. Only room like that. Very very disappointed . Plus we had to let water run for at least 15 minutes before we got hot water.

By , from washington on Oct 12, 2016

4

family stay

Families

Room was a little tired but extremely clean and staff exceptionally friendly and helpful. Would definitely stay again and would recommend to friends and family

By on Aug 12, 2015

4

christmas party

GetawayWithFriends

The location of the hotel was superb. You can literally walk towards to gondola rides and partying at night. The staff was friendly. The rooms were clean and well maintained.

By on Jan 5, 2015

5

fantastic, had everything i needed and was right outside the bus stop

Singles

Only stayed the 2 nights but I found no fault with anything. Room was beyond expectations and the location was perfect for someone travelling on their own with no car.

By on Nov 15, 2014

1

understand the location

Couples

The hotel room was sufficiently stocked and looked updated, however our primary goal was to get a good night sleep and this did not happen. The first room sounded like an echo chamber from the frivolity at the bar outside ( closes at 2 am in off-season and 4 am in-season). After asking to switch rooms, our new room had a loud low pitch droning sound. In the morning, at the checkout desk, we recognized the vibration and sound but even louder, and it was literally shaking the floor. The attendant attributed it to the boiler downstairs. Perhaps the location is best for those who would like to be at the bar until 4 am, because sleeping isn't in the cards.

By on Oct 21, 2014

3

blackcomb hotel review

GetawayWithFriends

The location of the hotel is right at Whistler village so it's convenient for me for what i had plan to do in Whistler =)

By on Sep 28, 2014

3

weekend stay

Couples

Not bad if you request to be on the quiet side. Wifi worked for about 2 seconds. Clean rooms in decent shape. Would stay here again if it was cheap and I was sure I could stay on the quiet side of the building.

By on Aug 5, 2014

2

staff was inept

Families

Most uncomfortable bed in Whistler. They placed my daughter and i in a corner/oblong/slender room with no light. One king bed. When i called down and reminded them i needed two beds, they said they would send someone up to divide the bed. Apparently the Lodge got a deal on beds that can part from a king into two double beds. No outlets anywhere to be found and the lighting in bath along with plumbing was horrible. The only thing that kept this place afloat was the location in the village and the cool shopping right outside. Oh yea.Parking a car is $15+ a day in a dark basement and the pool was nasty..also in basement.

By on Jun 13, 2013

3

average hotel, extremely loud

Families

I'm sure many people come to Whistler year after year and know exactly where to stay for the things they want in a ski vacation. For those who are coming for the first time, be aware that Whistler Village is active! If you want to ski all day and party into the night, this is a great place for you, but if you are on a family trip with kids, beware. We arrived late, probably midnight, after a long drive. After some difficulty finding our reservation (made through this site), we finally got to our room (1st floor corner, facing the square) and got to sleep for about 1 hour when the music got loud enough to wake us; not faintly in the distance, but right under the window, thumping bass. This ended when the clubs closed, probably around 2am, when everyone in the club gathered right outside and continued to party for another hour, at the tops of their lungs. We asked to be moved, and to their credit, the staff accommodated us the next day. The 1-2am music continued to be audible, but somewhat less so, and we no longer had to hear the crowd in the square afterward. Perhaps the hotel should make guests aware of this in advance. Another factor adding to the noise problem at the Lodge was the fact that the walls are paper-thin. While not as big an issue as the music/crowd noise, this was a bit of an annoyance due to our neighbor's extremely audible love of hockey. Overall, the hotel was average in most ways, mostly staffed by very young seasonal employees who are cheerful and nice, but somewhat out of their depth.

By on Feb 20, 2013

4

good location in the village

Families

Check in at 4:00 p.m is later than I would have wanted and 10:00 a.m. was a bit early. Accomodations and service were overall good.

By on Nov 26, 2012