Whistler

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Hotel Overview

  • Sun peeking through openings in thick ice cave

    Hop in the helicopter for an Ice Cap adventure, where you’ll tour ice caves and aqua-blue ice sculptures, moving from cave to cave via gentle slides

  • Snowy Four Seasons Hotel Whistler ski lodge at dusk with illuminated windows, snow-covered trees

    Return to your winter retreat for a handcrafted cocktail by the fire after a day on the slopes

  • Steam rises from outdoor whirlpools over patio with light-snow covered chairs, umbrellas, trees

    Rejuvenate tired muscles in one of our steaming outdoor whirlpools

  • Lobby living area with plush sofa and armchairs, patterned pillows in front of large rustic  stone fireplace

    Relax après-ski, après-bike or après-hike with crackling fires and cosy conviviality

  • Edge of hotel room bed, sofa and ottoman facing TV and gas fireplace, snowy mountain views from window

    Soaring peaks and snow-capped trees form a perfect backdrop for cosy nights

  • Brown leather armchair, stool and seating area in front of modern gas fireplace, large window

    Bring friends together for lively evenings in your private residence

  • Four friends laugh over dinner, wine at table in Sidecut restaurant dining room

    Prime Canadian beef and fresh Pacific seafood are the foundation of SIDECUT’s fine-dining menu

  • Back of woman in white robe sitting in white spa lounge chair holding small tea cup, two empty chairs across

    High-altitude therapies restore well-being in our Alpine spa

  • Outdoor swimming pool, patio chairs and umbrellas during summer with green trees, mountain in distance

    In the summer months, cool off from a day of golf or horseback riding with a dip in our outdoor pool

  • Silhouettes of three people crossing misty river onto Nicklaus North Golf Course

    The fir trees and emerald lake of the Nicklaus North Golf Course are just five minutes from the Resort

  • Tiny silhouettes of three skiers near top of snowy rocky mountain, blue sky

    Two majestic mountains mean days filled with thrills and challenges

Accommodations

  • Executive Suite with wood panel fireplace between bedroom, patio doors, seating area, table with fruit bowl
    Four Seasons Executive Suite

    This homey suite is perfectly suited for longer stays, with a door separating the bedroom from the living room and a generously sized bathroom for long, relaxing soaks.

  • Two-Bedroom Panorama Suite living room with TV displaying Grand Hotel on shelf with art
    Two-Bedroom Panorama Suite

    Families discover room to spread out in this suite, which offers its own living room, a dining area and a kitchen – all with expansive mountain and pool views.

  • Brown leather armchair, stool and seating area in front of modern gas fireplace, large window
    Three-Bedroom Resort Residence

    Three bedrooms offer privacy, while a kitchen and spacious living area provide space to entertain in comfort.

  • Premier Room bed in alcove with wood frame accents, two chairs by corner windows, sofa and table
    Premier Room

    Curl up in front of the fireplace after a day outdoors in these cosy guest rooms, featuring the best available views of the surrounding mountains.

Services & Amenities

  • Front view of man getting into red helicopter parked on snowy mountain peak

    Fly over Canada’s largest, southernmost ice cap to explore an extraordinary world of ice and snow

  • Gourmet Four Seasons meals are the coda to every ice-cap adventure

  • Three people wearing orange snowsuits, large helmets sit on snowmobiles, one points down mountain

    Dive into adrenaline-fueled adventures for a vacation you’ll remember forever

  • Back view of man swinging golf club on green, mountains in distance

    With rapid access to three top-ranked courses, an afternoon on the links is an everyday option

  • Two people in red kayak in river below green mountain, cyclists ride bikes across wood bridge

    Whistler’s natural beauty is the setting for dozens of outdoor activities from kayaking to biking to zip lining

  • Man lies on back on rocky ground, headlamp shines up on thick ice cap with blue hues

    Explore the frozen wonderland that lies beneath the ice cap in Whistler’s back country