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At a glance

  • Awarded the prestigious AAA Five Diamond Award®

  • Luxurious mountain residence

  • Excellent dedicated ski concierge

  • Very family friendly with great facilities

  • Close to slopes, shops and restaurants

  • Outdoor heated pool

Description

One of North America’s top mountain resorts, and host of the 2010 Winter Olympic Games, Whistler is an ideal family resort. Nestled at the foot of the Blackcomb side of Whistler’s twin giants, is the Four Seasons. This luxury hotel and resort combines rustic mountain charm with modern European elegance and has recently been awarded the prestigious AAA Five Diamond Award®. This can be seen in the hotel’s services such as the ski concierge who will arrange your equipment and have it prepared and ready for you for each day on the slopes.

There is a wide range of accommodation, suitable for couples and families alike, designed in a cosy, wooden lodge style. All rooms and suites have stone fireplaces and enjoy superb views of the mountains and surrounding forests from a private balcony or terrace. The bathrooms are spacious and luxurious with deep soaking tubs.

After a hard day on the slopes, enjoy the world-class spa with fifteen treatment rooms providing a superb choice of therapies including massage (also available in room), hydro-therapy, couples treatments and beauty therapy. The luxurious treatments use the most natural products including seaweed, fresh fruits, wild flowers, pure essential oils and clay harvested from British Columbia’s glacial lakes. Those looking for an après-ski warm down can also make use of the complimentary fully equipped gym and the beautiful outdoor free-form swimming pool. Alternatively, relax in the heated pool or have a cocktail in the hot tub.

The Four Seasons Whistler has a very good restaurant, Fifty Two 80 Bistro (named after the number of feet which can be skied on Blackcomb Mountain’s vertical mile). Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, guests can enjoy the fabulous views of the surrounding mountains sat beside a roaring fire. Or dine at Sidecut which serves up a wide variety of regional meats, including Canadian prime beef from Alberta and British Columbia fallow venison loin, and entrees sourced from the nearby Pacific Ocean and local mountain lakes, such as Queen Charlotte Sound halibut or wild Chinook salmon. The resort has an extensive cellar with over 200 wines. Alternatively, take the short walk into Whistler and sample the resort’s many bars and restaurants.

Accommodation

The Four Seasons Resort Whistler features 273 guest rooms, suites and townhouses. Rooms are large, designed in a cosy, wooden lodge style with stone fireplaces and superb views of the mountains and surrounding forests from a private balcony or terrace. The bathrooms are spacious and luxurious.

Childcare

Children are made very welcome at the Four Seasons Resort Whistler. There are special menus for children of all ages, and in-room dining options for 9-18 year olds. Evening entertainment "Kidding Around" is laid on and there is an extensive programme of winter and summer activities for children of all ages. In the bathrooms, you'll find child sized bath robes and slippers. Babysitting can also be easily arranged.

Facilities

From excellent local cuisine to an extensive wine and cocktail list, and from a beautifully appointed spa to an outdoor heated pool, a dedicated ski concierge who can organise your days on the slopes, The Four Seasons Resort Whistler has every facility you need to make your stay as comfortable as possible.

Activities

Complimentary activities include use of the outdoor pool, whirlpool, steam room, and gym. Paid activities include spa treatments, ski pass, ski hire, ski lessons etc. Aside from skiing, during the winter months snowshoeing, sleigh rides, skating and glacier skiing are also available. In spring and summer, the natural landscape challenges visitors with mountain biking, hiking, kayaking, rafting, mountaineering and championship golf.

When to travel

British Columbia benefits from some of the most regular and the deepest snowfalls anywhere in the world. The average seasonal snowfall at 1600m (5000 feet) is a spectacular 25 metres (75 feet), four or five times the average in most areas of the Alps. Winter temperatures average about 0°C during the day and -6°C overnight in the village with snow typically on the ground from Dec into April. Summers days can be quite warm, with temperatures reaching the high 20s.

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Location and directions

Whistler, Canada

Four Seasons Resort Whistler is situated at the foot of the Blackcomb Mountain, 1km from the main centre of Whistler (approx. a 5-minute walk).

How to get there

10-hour flight to Vancouver International Airport. Four Seasons Resort Whistler is a 2-hour 30-minute transfer by car from Vancouver.



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