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Whistler is North America's largest ski resort and one of the premier ski destinations of the world. Having hosted many of the events of the 2010 Winter Olympics, the slopes are undoubtedly the main attraction at Whistler and during the winter months the village exudes a perfect winter wonderland look. However, there is more to Whistler than just skiing. In fact, summer visitors now outnumber winter ones thanks to the excellent hiking, rafting, golfing, biking, and other outdoor activities. No matter when you choose to visit, you'll find plenty of fun things to see and do in Whistler.

Whistler is a major tourist destination and you won't be short on hotel options when staying here. Skyscanner's hotel search feature will help you unlock some of Whistler's best hotels for any budget.

High-End Hotels

The Westin Resort And Spa, Whistler is an award-winning resort located right on the slopes of Whistler Mountain itself. This is an ideal location for a skiing holiday as you can rent your ski equipment onsite and the chairlift is just steps away. Whistler Village is also a short walk from the hotel. Amenities here include a luxurious spa, sun lounge, two pools, and eucalyptus steam room. The rooms themselves enjoy spectacular views of the mountains and have their own kitchens, fireplaces, and deep soaker bathtubs.

Hilton Whistler Resort & Spa is located right in the centre of scenic Whistler Village and adjacent to the Whistler Conference Centre. The fitness centre is open 24 hours, there is a heated outdoor pool, tennis courts, and a spa. For those in town on a business trip there is a business centre and 11 meeting rooms to take advantage of. Each room is luxuriously decorated and the Junior Suites are equipped with kitchenettes if you'd like to prepare some of your own meals. There is also an onsite restaurant serving delicious grilled dishes inspired by the Pacific Northwest.

Mid-Range Hotels

Summit Lodge Boutique Hotel Whistler is a small hotel in Whistler Village that offers a luxurious experience at mid-range prices. With complimentary storage for both bikes and ski equipment, this is an ideal choice no matter the season you choose to visit. Guests can take advantage of a surprising number of amenities given the hotel's boutique scale, including a tuning shop, pool, hot tub, and sauna. You are minutes from both Alta Lake Beach and the ski slopes.

Pinnacle Hotel Whistler is in an outstanding location in the centre of Whistler Village and close to the pedestrianized town square. This Alpine-inspired hotel has many luxurious amenities, including a beautiful heated outdoor pool, fitness room, and hot tub. Rooms come equipped with gas fireplaces, full kitchens, spa tubs, and outstanding views of the mountains. Some rooms even have a private balcony for guests to enjoy.

Blackcomb Lodge By Whistler Premier is a small hotel ideally situated steps from the Visitor Centre and from the ski lifts. For those who have rented a car there is paid parking onsite. Rooms are comfortably furnished and the hotel also offers a spa and sauna. Ski storage, WiFi, and meeting facilities are also available.


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Kevin Picholo
Kevin PicholoFoster City, California, USA

Was in Whistler in Summer for a weekend trip, over 15 yrs ago when it took almost 4 hr drive there from Vancouver, well before the roads were expanded for 2010 Winter Olympics.

lisa palmer
lisa palmer

Whistler is an amazing mountain to visit not only in the winter but summer as well! The snowboarding and skiing options are endless with all levels available for even beginners! The summer offers all the greatest downhill biking, trail running and hiking til you drop! Once you are finished with that u can refresh your body in several local lakes!

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walking wandererVancouver, Canada

North America's premier ski resort is practically a year round destination with mountain biking & golfing in the summer as well. The Village has the European chalet ambience & the slopes are world class as this is site for the alpine events for the 2010 Olympics.

Joanna Pak
Joanna PakSeattle, Washington, USA

Came to Whistler Village for my first time and I can't believe how much this place has to offer; even in the summer. Great expansive views, unlimited outdoor adventures, plenty of shopping and eating and so much more. I also love how the arts council here has lots of music playing all around the village.


The least expensive month is October, with an average of C$ 180 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Whistler is January, with an average price of C$ 1,098 per night.
The average price of a hotel in March last year was C$ 281 per night. This is 54% less than the average nightly price of C$ 436 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Whistler, the expected average temperature in March is 0.1°C/32.2°F. The warmest month is typically July, which averages 24.0°C/75.2°F. The coolest month is January, with temperatures averaging -10.7°C/12.7°F.
The nearest airport to Whistler is Whistler (YWS) (3.80km).

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