Fairmont Chateau Whistler
- 7 nights
- from $1700 per person
Nestled at the base of Blackcomb Mountain, Whistler's landmark ski in ski out hotel, The Fairmont Chateau Whistler defines mountain luxury. With access to some of North America's best ski terrain, the resort is ideal for both families and couples.
At a Glance
Fabulous ski in ski out location at the foot of Blackcomb Mountain
Direct access to some of the best skiing in North America
A great variety of dining options
Excellent dedicated ski concierge
Very family friendly with great facilities
If you're thinking of skiing non-stop, make sure you grab a sandwich from the Portobello Market in the morning. 'The best sandwiches in town!'Kate Newman
For a spot of afternoon tea or après ski the Mallard Lounge is the place to be in Blackcomb, either enjoying the fire or on a sunny day making the most of the sun terrace.Kate Newman
You can even pre-order your gym kit from the hotel to save space on packing!Kate Newman
The Mallard Lounge is a great spot for an apres ski drink. The warm mulled cider is fantastic!Jenny James
Consider 'Fairmont Gold' rooms and guests have added benefits, such as complimentary breakfast and afternoon tea in the eighth floor lounge.Jenny James
The Fairmont Chateau Whistler enjoys one of the best positions in the resort. With direct access to Blackcomb Mountain, it has some of North America's finest skiing right on its doorstep. The main village is just a ten minute walk away, but you'll find plenty around the hotel itself in the upper village. You'll receive a really warm welcome here, and nothing is too much trouble. Being met by the ski valet at the bottom of the slopes each day, is a real treat.
The Fairmont is an elegant hotel, with comfortable and spacious rooms, many of which are perfect for families, and overlook the mountains and the village. The hotel has an exceptionally wide choice of restaurants and bars. From the Wildflower which serves locally inspired food to the Grill Room whose specialty is surf and turf. Guests can enjoy afternoon tea or one of the many beers on offer in the Mallard Lounge, or a deli style snack at Portobello. A good winter choice is the fondue at The Chalet, and you'll often find live entertainment in one or more of the venues. The Vida Spa and Health Club has state of the art equipment, where early risers can enjoy a swim in the outdoor heated lap pool, followed by breakfast. The pool even has underwater music! There are indoor and outdoor whirlpools, sauna and steam rooms - all perfect for a post ski wind down. And how about sitting in the hot tub with a cocktail surrounded by snow and mountains?
Whistler was host to the 2010 Winter Olympic Games and is an ideal family resort.
The rooms and suites at the Fairmont Chateau Whistler are cosy and comfortable. Many of the rooms can accommodate a family of four, and interconnecting options are also available. All rooms feature WiFi (charges apply), air-conditioning, alarm clock, coffee maker and kettle for in-room coffee and tea, television with video check-out and 'On-Command' system which enables guests to watch newly released movies, duck down filled duvets, thick cotton bathrobes, hairdryer, telephone with voice-mail , windows that open for fresh mountain air. Guests in selected rooms can also request an extra rollaway bed, sofa bed or cot.
Located on the higher floors, Moderate rooms are cosy and ideal for a couple. They feature a queen size bed, full bathroom and a window seat to admire the spectacular views of either Blackcomb Mountain, Rainbow Mountain or over the valley. 28 sq.m
The spacious Fairmont guest rooms feature one king or two queen size beds, a cosy sitting area and a fully equipped work station. Views are of the top of the village or the forest. 37 sq.m
|Deluxe Valley View Room||
Offering stunning vistas of Whistler Valley, Rainbow Mountain or forest, the Deluxe Valley View guest rooms feature one king or two queen size beds, a comfortable lounge area and a fully equipped work station. Maximum occupancy is four people. 37 sq.m
|Deluxe Slopeside View Room||
Deluxe Slopeside View Rooms feature a king or two queen size beds, a cosy sitting area and a fully equipped work station. These rooms have wonderful views over Blackcomb Mountain. Maximum occupancy is four people. 37 sq.m
Junior Suites offer an open and spacious layout featuring a comfortable living room area set off from the bedroom by sliding louvre doors. With views of the Chef's herb garden on the rooftop Woodlands Terrace, Junior Suites offer the added convenience of a pull-out sofa bed in the living area, a four-piece bathroom. These suites are best suited for a couple or family of three, with one king size bed and a double sofa bed. Maximum occupancy is three people. 44 sq.m
|Junior Valley View Suite||
Junior Valley View Suites feature a luxurious bedroom with one king size bed, together with a pull-out double sofa bed in the cosy living area and a four piece bathroom. The Rainbow Mountain and Whistler Valley view suites are best suited for a couple or family of three. 44 sq.m
Valley Suites have a separate spacious bedroom and living area with one king size bed and a double sofa bed, sleeping a couple or a family of three, and feature two full bathrooms. They enjoy lovely views over Rainbow Mountain. 74 sq.m
|Luxury One Bedroom Mountain View Suite||
These suites have fabulous views over the landscapes of Whistler, Blackcomb or Rainbow Mountain. They are generous in size, offering a large living room area with Juliet balcony, separated from the bedroom with double French doors. They have one king sized bed and a double pull out sofa bed, and two bathrooms. Maximum occupancy is six people. 74 sq.m
|Two Bedroom Suite||
Two Bedroom Valley Suites have three separate adjoining rooms, including a spacious sitting area and two comfortable Fairmont rooms, one with a king bed, one with two queen beds and twin sofa beds in the living area. These suites feature stunning views over Rainbow Valley, three full bathrooms, three flat screen TV's, and are perfect for larger families. Maximum occupancy is eight people. 111 sq.m
Families and children are especially welcome at the Fairmont Chateau Whistler. There is babysitting available on request, and a very healthy and specifically created children's menu - offering a twist on typical favorites. Children aged five and under eat free off the children’s menu while kids aged six to 11 eat for half price off the regular menu in The Wildflower restaurant. The swimming pool comes equipped with pool toys, and the rooms have child sized bath robes.
The Fairmont Chateau Whistler has a good range of dining options and a well-equipped Spa and Health Center. The outdoor heated pool is a fantastic place to kick start the day, and the ski valet will help you with your skis and boots when you're finished on the mountain for the day.
Long a favorite destination for skiers, the resort village of Whistler gained international recognition as the host of the 2010 Winter Olympics. Today, Whistler continues to vibrate with the energy and excitement of the games. Whistler is nestled in the Coastal Mountains, only 40 kilometers inland from the Pacific Ocean and 120 kilometers up the Sea to Sky highway from Vancouver.
Whistler Blackcomb is consistently ranked as North America's top ski and snowboard resort providing world- class winter activities. Try your hand at snowmobiling, snowshoeing, cross country skiing, skating, hockey and, of course, skiing and snowboarding.
Board the Whistler Village Gondola at 7:15am and head up to the Roundhouse Lodge for a delicious, mountain-sized breakfast buffet. Then, as an added bonus, get your fill of fresh powder or perfectly groomed corduroy on the upper mountain before the rest of the world is even out of bed. Available usually from mid December through end of March.
Location & Directions
The Fairmont Chateau Whistler is nestled at the foot of the Blackcomb Mountain.
When to go
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 meters (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.