Blackcomb Village Condos, Whistler

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The condos were fine, access to the lifts was handy and the space was perfect for two people. On a previous visit to Whistler we stayed in Whistler village which is a lot livelier, and we found it a bit noisy at night. We just like to ski and relax in the evenings and Blackcomb is much better for this. For ... + more
Heather, Newtownards
4 out of 5
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Location - where is Blackcomb Village Condos

• either ski-in/ski-out or yards from the slopes • 5 minute walk to Whistler Village • in or yards from Blackcomb Village


Overview - apartment description - Blackcomb Village Condos description

The Blackcomb Village Condos are all located around the base of Blackcomb Mountain and either ski-in/ski-out or just yards from the slopes, they are also a fairly easy walk into Whistler Village. You’ll be allocated into the The Aspens, The Marquise or the Glacier Lodge each of which has hot tubs and pool to relax in. Each of the condos are decorated to a very good standard and perfect if you are after space in a good location.


Facilities - Blackcomb Village Condos features

• hot tub • swimming pool • towel change and rubbish collection • extra charge for laundry facilities • VIP Programme


Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

have fully equipped kitchen & living area (except hotel rooms), bathroom with private bath, shower and WC, tea/coffee making facilities, hairdryer and cable TV.
Hotel room (Glacier Lodge) – sleeps 2: Queen bed. No kitchen facilities or living area
Studios (Glacier Lodge) - sleeps 2: With queen sofa bed or queen murphy bed
One bedroom condos - sleep 2-4: Living/dining area with queen or double sofa bed and separate bedroom with either one king or queen bed, giving two separate sleeping areas
One bedroom loft condos - sleep 2-6: As per One bed condos with either a queen or king or two single beds in the bedroom and a queen bed in the loft area (usually above the lounge)


Meals - food and drink in Blackcomb Village Condos

We update Blackcomb Village Condos's details often, but facilities do change. e.g. some extras listed by the supplier as "free" or included might only be for the first time you use them, or for one time per party, then charged for further use. If any specific feature is essential to your holiday, make sure you ask us to confirm the details of it before you book your holiday.
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Consistently voted near, if not at the top of almost every skier’s dream destination as well as most official rankings, Whistler has planted its roots very deeply and is there to stay. This monolithic resort has hosted events like the 2010 Olympics and continues to draw in athletes, holiday makers and anyone else who visits with an intense, immeasurable and undiminishing pull.

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Snow Report: Top 137cm, Bottom 137cm

Snow Forecast: 3cm expected this week

Snow History: December average depth 157.17cm

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Region:British Columbia, Canada
First opened:1966

Whistler lift pass price last reported as $624 (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Blackcomb Village Condos.
Night skiing:
Whistler has N, S, E, W facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing Nov - May.

Town altitude: 675m
Top of slopes: 2,284m
Bottom of piste: 675m
Vertical drop: 1,530m
Total length of trails:4,757 acres
Longest piste:11 km
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"Fine for us, quieter than Whistler Village"

Heather, Newtownards
4/ out of 5
The condos were fine, access to the lifts was handy and the space was perfect for two people. On a previous visit to Whistler we stayed in Whistler village which is a lot livelier, and we found it a bit noisy at night. We just like to ski and relax in the evenings and Blackcomb is much better for this. For some people the decor could be a bit dated but I don’t mind, you’re never inside them that much anyway. There was a bus stop at the corner for getting into Whistler village, though they were talking about taking the service away. This would definitely affect your access around and would cloud my decision to return, so hopefully they’ll keep the service going – we thought it was brilliant. We did a bit of cooking and eating out during our stay. The condo had everything we needed to cook, and we tended to take the bus to reach restaurants (again another thing the bus is useful for!). However just round the corner by the block of shops there’s a nice restaurant near the Chateau.
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