Four Seasons Resort Whistler
based on 7 nights
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per person for 7 nights based on 2 adults in a Superior King Room on a room only basis including return airport transfers
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
Best time to Visit
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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.
The Four Seasons Whistler is a luxurious 5* mountain residence located at the base of the magnificent Blackcomb mountain. Just minutes from the slopes, shops and restaurants of Whistler village, the hotel offers a superb hideaway after a day outdoors
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 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, Sidecut Modern Steak and Bar, open for breakfast and dinner, where guests can enjoy the fabulous views of the surrounding mountains sat beside a roaring fire. Sidecut 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. Alternatively, relax and soak up the atmosphere in the Sidecut Bar which serves lunch and dinner daily, along with some great cocktails. 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.
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.
|Two Bedroom and Den Townhouse||
Cosy wood interiors and a gas fireplace capture the spirit of a luxurious mountain lodge residence. Expansive views of the surrounding mountains can be enjoyed from two balconies, one of which has a whirlpool. Two king sized beds and sofabed in the den with premium views of the surrounding mountains. 170 (m2) 1,825 (sq.ft.) One full slate bathroom, plus two guest powder rooms with showers. The living room features a gas-burning fireplace. Three rooms have HDTVs and the suite has Wifi access. Full kitchen with dining area and refrigerated private bar. In-room laundry facilities.
|Two Bedroom Premier Suite||
Ideal for privacy and relaxation, these suites include full kitchen facilities and a dining area, as well as two separate bedrooms with king sized beds. The master bedroom features a balcony and gas fireplace. There is also a sofabed in the living room. The suites enjoy fabulous views of the surrounding mountains. 158 (m2) 1,700 (sq.ft.)
Two full bathrooms, plus guest powder room with shower. HDTV with surround-sound system. Full kitchen with dining area, refrigerated private bar. WiFi access.
|Two bedroom Four Seasons Executive Suite||
This suite has a mountain lodge feel with two king sized beds and sofabed in living room with views of the surrounding mountains or courtyard. 125 (m2) 1,350 (sq.ft.) Two full bathrooms. Balcony with mountain or courtyard views. Living room with gas-burning fireplace and generous seating arrangements. Well-defined work area, three HDTVs with DVD players. Refrigerated private bar. High-speed Internet access. Coffee maker.
Overlooking the pool area and with expansive views of the surrounding mountains, the prestigious one-bedroom Presidential Suites are perfectly suited for casual entertaining. King sized bed. 158 (m2) 1,700 (sq.ft.) One full bathroom with deep soaking tub and glass enclosed shower, plus guest powder room. Separate WC. HDTV with surround-sound system. Residential-style furnishings. Full kitchen and dining area with private bar. WiFi access. The Presidential Suite can be configured as a three-bedroom suite with the addition of connecting rooms.
|One Bedroom Premier Suite||
Oversized master bedroom with king sized bed with premium views of the surrounding mountains. 160 (m2) 1,726 (sq.ft.) One full bathroom, plus guest powder room. The living area has generous seating arrangements and a gas-burning fireplace.
Well-defined work area, two HDTVs with DVD players. Full kitchen with dining area. Refrigerated private bar. WiFi access and in-room laundry facilities.
|Two-Bedroom Interconnecting Deluxe Room||
Offering the ideal room configuration for families these rooms are generously proportioned and offer a cosy wood interior, fireplace and a spacious balcony with views of the surrounding mountains or courtyard.
|Deluxe Four Seasons Executive Suite||
Deluxe Four Seasons Executive Suites are perfectly suited for families or those on longer stays, with a bedroom separated from the living area by a door. A balcony offers views of the surrounding mountains. King sized bed and sofabed in living room with views of the courtyard, forest and surrounding mountains. 78.9 (m2) 850 (sq.ft.) Oversized bathroom with deep soaking tub and glass enclosed shower, plus a guest powder room with shower, double vanity sinks and separate WC. Living room with gas-burning fireplace creates a cosy atmosphere. Balcony with views of the surrounding mountains. Separate bedroom with door for enhanced privacy. Two HDTVs with CD/DVD player, iPod docking station, Wifi access. Private bar
|Four Seasons Executive Suite||
These suites are well-suited for families, with a bedroom separated from the living area by a door. A balcony offers views of the courtyard or the surrounding mountains, while a wood interior and gas-burning fireplace creates a cosy atmosphere. king sized bed and sofabed in living room with views of the courtyard, forest or the surrounding mountains. 74 (m2) 800 (sq.ft.) Oversized bathroom with deep soaking tub and glass-enclosed shower, double vanity sinks and separate WC. Gas-burning fireplace creates a cosy atmosphere. Balcony offers views of the courtyard or surrounding mountains. Separate bedroom with door for enhanced privacy. 2 HDTVs with CD/DVD player, iPod docking station, WiFi access. Private bar.
King bed or two twin beds and sofabed in living room with views of the surrounding mountains or the courtyard. 51 (m2) 550 (sq.ft.) Oversized bathroom with deep soaking tub. Comfortable seating area, HDTV with CD/DVD player and Wifi access. Gas fireplace. Separate WC. Furnished balcony.
King size bed, with courtyard, forest or mountain views. 51 (m2) 550 (sq.ft.) Oversized slate tile bathroom with deep soaking tub. Sitting area with gas fireplace, HDTV with DVD player and Wifi access.
King sized bed or two twin beds and sofabed in living room with the best available views of the surrounding mountains. 53.8 (m2) 580 (sq.ft.) Oversized bathroom with deep soaking tub. Comfortable seating area, HDTV with CD/DVD player, WiFi access. Separate WC. Balcony furnished with cushioned chairs and table.
King sized bed, with courtyard or forest views. 48 (m2) 520 (sq.ft.) Bathroom with a deep soaking tub.
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 program 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.
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 organize your days on the slopes, The Four Seasons Resort Whistler has every facility you need to make your stay as comfortable as possible.
The Four Seasons has a fully equipped gym with a wide range of elliptical and cardiovascular equipment. Personal trainers can give both individual and group sessions.
|Heated outdoor pool||
After a day of schussing down the same slopes as the world’s Olympians, come to a full stop in the freeform outdoor swimming pool. Fully heated all year long, it’s a steamy oasis offering panoramic vistas of Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains. Even the pool deck is heated for those last few barefoot steps before diving in. Three hot spring-style whirlpools await those who absorbed mogul after mogul.
The dedicated Ski Concierge is on hand to get you onto the mountain with minimum fuss. The concierge can organize customized rentals, equipment transfers and direct ski lift access. On arrival at the concierge, you'll be welcomed and presented with dry boots, skis/boards and poles. From there, you'll be taken to the base of Whistler Mountain.
|Spa and treatments||
The spa at the Four Seasons is well-appointed and provides an extensive list of treatments, some of which can be in-room. Try the "Sea-to-sky" signature massage, inspired by the famed air corridor of British Columbia, which uses products indigenous to the Canadian west coast. Or an invigorating body exfoliation followed by cascading waters from the rain-bar shower. A vitamin-enriched combination of heated clay and fresh wild seaweed, indigenous to Whistler, will leave your skin refreshed, alive and glowing. Perfect after a hard day on the slopes.
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.
Bronwen May (Staff)
The Four Seasons is the prefect destination for couples & families alike, with some truly excellent facilities and the most welcoming and relaxed atmosphere. The hotel has much more of a chalet/lodge feel in comparison to some of the much larger hotels on offer in Whistler, and if you are looking for somewhere with more personalized service then this is the place!
Located in the upper village and nestled in the tress the hotel & spa both have a much more exclusive feel to them. The outside pool & hot tubs also benefit from the most wonderful mountain views. The quieter location of the hotel means that you are located slightly further back from the slopes, however the walk only takes about three minutes! On arrival at the base of Blackcomb for the start and end of your days skiing you are met by the Four Seasons Ski Concierge which make the whole experience as seamless as possible. They also serve the most delicious hot chocolate & cookies from 1pm.
Jenny James (Staff)
The Four Seasons is perfect for couples and families who like a more personal and intimate hotel experience. The hotel is much smaller than other Whistler hotels and nestled in the trees a short stroll from the Blackcomb base. The cosy lounge area is a lovely spot to unwind with a board game or book by the fire. The staff were all so friendly and helpful, especially at the Base Camp ski concierge. This is a short 3-4 minute walk from the hotel which you do in shoes, you collect your warmed ski boots and skis from here each day and you are straight up on the lifts from here. Dropping them back is super easy too and I was greeted with hot chocolate and cookie, delightful! Popping into Whistler village is also made very easy with an on demand driver service which takes no time at all. Sampling some of the village's many restaurants is a must. Overall I was very impressed with every aspect of the Four Seasons, just make sure you book early to take advantage of the great offers.
Croxford Party - December 2016 (Guest)
Kate Newman was extremely helpful and knowledgeable when booking the vacation and set up a great family trip for us. The hotel and resort were truly amazing and we had a really relaxing vacation - we would definitely go again.
Jules Maury (Staff)
Great location just beside Blackcomb mountain ski area - their ski lounge concierge makes ski in ski out easy and practical. Good facilities and delightful outdoor pool and garden area in summer with lovely views. 5 minute walk to Blackcomb village and 8 to Whistler village and yet slightly out of the madding crowd. We walked down through the trail to the village and it was a lovely walk through the tiny village of Blackcomb with its fantastic shops with a few bars and restaurants looking up to the slopes.
We had a wonderful executive suite overlooking Blackcomb mountain and some of the rooms overlooking the pool and courtyard have even better views over the surrounding mountains. We had a delicious meal in Sidecut where you can sit inside and out in the summer and they lay out a great buffet each morning. This is a super hotels for families and couples and as usual the great Four Seasons service shines though.
Charlotte Austin (Staff)
The Four Seasons has an ideal location with easy access to both Blackcomb and Whistler mountains. The spa and the restaurants make it an excellent place to stay in Whistler. Definitely the best steak in resort!
Four Seasons, Whistler - Additional 10% DiscountBook a ten or more night stay in selected room types and receive an additional 10% discount at The Four Seasons, Whistler.
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|Book from||06 March 2019 to 28 March 2020|
06 March 2019 to 28 March 2020
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Escape! Whistler - Scott Dunn Suggests
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Zip Trek Bear Tour
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Zip Trek Eagle Tour
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|Sidecut Modern Steak Restaurant||
Please note that Sidecut Modern Steak Restaurant is closed on Sunday and Monday evenings.
Location & directions
Four Seasons Resort Whistler is situated at the foot of the Blackcomb Mountain, 1km from the main center of Whistler (approx. a 5-minute walk).