Hotel Overview

  • A large hotel building surrounded by mountains and trees during sunrise.

    A delightfully charming home away from home.

  • The pinnacle of relaxation at your mountain home.

  • A man sits with his arms outstretched in the shallow end of an outdoor pool overlooking a mountain range.

    Take a dip in our outdoor pool and relax in the poolside cedar sauna.

  • A large white bed in a green and cream room, with a woman sitting beside it in a white chaise reading.

    When it’s time to unwind, return to our comfortable and intimate lodge.

  • The lobby paneled with dark wood, with a couch in the centre of the room.

    Return to your private retreat after an exhilarating day on the mountains.

  • Man with short hair wearing a white long-sleeve shirt and khaki pants leans on the railing of a balcony with a beer in hand, looking out onto the mountain views

    Take in the breathtaking mountain views from your private balcony.

  • Two men and two women sit around an outdoor firepit next to a white vintage camper

    What better place to sit back, relax and appreciate alpine life than in the courtyard, surrounded by great company and beautiful mountain vistas.


  • Living area with couch, coffee table and TV
    Deluxe Room

    Take in the mountain views over a glass of wine on your furnished balcony, or kick back on the sofa in front of the fireplace in privacy and comfort.

  • High-ceilinged bedroom with a wall of windows, a queen bed and a tufted wall headboard
    Deluxe Four Seasons Executive Suite

    Though the mountains are right outside, you’ll be tempted to stay in by the fire, enjoying your spacious living room with loved ones.

  • Outdoor hot tub on private terrace
    The Townhouse

    In the winter, gather around the fireplace with friends and family in this mountain-chic home away from home. In the summer, take in the panoramic forest, valley or mountain views from your balcony.

  • Living room of a Panorama Suite, with a large grey sofa, opening up to a connected dining room
    The Blackcomb Suite

    Spread out in the Blackcomb Suite, which features its own living room, a dining area and a kitchen – all with expansive mountain and pool views.

  • High-ceilinged living room of a suite, complete with a fireplace and light grey sofa
    The Summit Suite

    Gather in the living room for your après-ski, with glorious views of the mountains just outside. A full kitchen and a dining area make hosting easy, and the master bedroom offers its own balcony and fireplace.

Services & Amenities

  • Lounge chairs around an outdoor pool with tall trees surrounding them.

    Open all year long, our free-form pool and three whirlpools come with panoramic Whistler and Blackcomb Mountain views.

  • Woman wearing white bath robe leans back in large armchairs in hotel spa

    High-altitude therapies soothe and rejuvenate for the ultimate wellness experience. Indulge in one of our signature treatments, or relax in our eucalyptus steam room.

  • Indoor gym, white walls, black floors, various weight-training and cardio machines
    Peloton bikes

    Complimentary Peloton bikes are available in our state-of-the-art Fitness Centre to help you prepare for the bike trails and ski slopes.

  • Woman sits in a glass-walled and sound-proofed virtual office room

    Offering absolute privacy and quiet, the individual office space fosters productivity, focus and concentration.

  • Couple walks side-by-side through the resort lobby

    Early risers can grab a complimentary coffee just before heading for an adventurous day in the great outdoors.

  • The lobby paneled with dark wood, with a couch in the centre of the room.
    Seasonal iced tea and lemonade

    Wind down after a day of exploring the local landscape with a complimentary refreshment.

  • An outdoor camper sits behind a young family as they talk around a fire.

    Grab some roasting sticks and enjoy some s’mores whilst reconnected with your loved ones after a day of exploring the great outdoors.

  • Charcuterie board, wine and living room fireplace

    Join us for our complimentary wine tasting daily, featuring British Columbia varietals of red and white wines.


  • Newly renovated steakhouse with dark wood tables set for four, black curtains, lowlights, fireplace
    SIDECUT Dining Room
  • A series of black barstools sit in front of a dimly lit bar with a single bartender.
    Braidwood Tavern & Bar
  • Chairs and tables outside near a stone fireplace.
    SIDECUT Patio
  • Seared Wagyu steak on Himalayan salt board with fresh rosemary sprigs and tomatoes on the vine
    Olive-Fed A5 Wagyu from Shōdoshima, Japan
  • Close-up of chef slicing large rack of grilled meat, vegetables with butcher knives
    “The Long Bone” – Dry-Aged Beef (52 oz.)
  • Closeup of chef preparing to carve a side of steelhead trout on a cedar plank, rosemary sprigs and charred lemon garnishes around
    Cedar Plank Steelhead Trout
  • Prawns, squid and mussels on a bed of red Bomba rice in a black Staub brand cast iron skillet
    Spot Prawn and Humboldt Squid Paella
  • A skillet filled with fries, various spices and a fried egg.
    What the Duck Poutine
  • Chef's hands basting a full roasted chicken in an iron skillet, garnished with greenery and roasted lemons
    Organic Spatchcock Chicken
  • Steamed Pacific Mussels in an iron skillet with a toasted baguette
    Steamed Pacific Mussels
  • Mixed Seafood
  • Layered chocolate desert on a white plate next to a flute of champagne and glass of water
    Infinite Chocolate Layer Cake
  • Vanilla Cr�me Br�l�e in a round white dish topped with figs and powdered-sugar-covered snowflake cookies
    Vanilla Crème Brûlée

Spring Highlights

  • Red helicopter landing on white snow

    Admire the peaks and valleys that mark the iconic landscape on a helicopter tour of the Coast Mountains.

  • Enjoy sweet moments and spring air with complimentary s’mores by the camper.

  • A woman receicing a massage in a dimly lit room.

    Head over to The Spa and get that spring glow with our signature treatments and facials.

  • With five alpine lakes and an array of parks all within pedaling distance of the Village, the Valley Trail provides days of entertainment all spring long.

  • Large bear stands in forest between log, trees with red-and-orange autumn leaves

    Be guided through old-growth forest to visit active bear dens, day beds and feeding sites.

  • Back view of skier in red jacket, backpack, skiing down mountain slope on sunny day

    Make the most of spring skiing at North America’s largest ski resort, Whistler Blackcomb.

  • A series of glasses sit on a black table, with a female bartender standing behind.

    Our local craft beer program features different breweries from the Sea to Sky corridor.