· perfect ski-in, ski-out location at the foot of Blackcomb Mountain · high speed chairlift starts at hotel · 5 minutes' walk to Whistler Village centre - free shuttle bus available
Sitting at the base of Blackcomb Mountain, Fairmont Chateau Whistler is one of the most prestigious luxury hotels in Whistler, known particularly for its great service and fantastic facilities. The property is one of the Top 5 for Fairmont Gold and is also one of the largest hotels in Whistler with 539 rooms. Step outside and you're already on the slopes, just moments from the lift, and a short, beautiful walk through the trees and across a stream to the centre of the resort with all its bars, restaurants and shops. If you're not keen on walking, there's a free shuttle bus that will take you there too.
The gigantic lobby is extremely welcoming and atmospheric with its plush sofas, open-plan bar and lounge area and high ceilings. There's even complimentary flavoured water too. There are spectacular views at every turn - the Mallard Bar takes centre stage, with its chocolate tastings and daily live entertainment. Opposite here is The Grill Room serving some of the best steaks you'll find in British Colombia, and the Portobello, just downstairs, is famous for its maple bacon donuts and delicious pastries. Head outside and enjoy smores over the huge firepits with fabulous views of the mountains.
The hotel also houses a parade of gift and clothes shops and a sleek spa with two outdoor pools, indoor and outdoor hot tubs, saunas and steam rooms and a large fitness room with both cardio and weighted equipment. If you head down a couple of floors you'll find the Whistler Experience Guide who offers daily excursions like snowshoeing and cross-country skiing.
The bedrooms definitely don't disappoint either. You'll sink into the huge beds - and we won't blame you if you don't want to get up in the morning - they all have great views, whether its slopeside or village-facing, and the rainforest shower heads are beautifully refreshing.
The Fairmont Gold rooms here are equally as divine, but the taps are gold, they all come with Bose stereos, and there are bigger toiletries. What's more, they all have access to the lounge where you'll get daily Hor d'Ouvres, speciality coffees and even more exclusive perks.
Rooms are recommended for a maximum occupancy of three adults and one child, and the price of the room is the same regardless of the bed configuration.
· five restaurants, ranging from fine dining to casual · bar · huge lobby lounge area with live music · complimentary health club with indoor/outdoor pool, hot tubs, sauna, two steam rooms and fitness room · extra charge for full service Vida Wellness Spa offering massage, body wraps, facials, pedicures and more · complimentary ski valet · nightly turn down service on Fairmont Gold · free WiFi throughout · lift · 550 bedrooms
All rooms have a hairdryer, bathrobes, cable TV with in-house movies, tea/coffee making facilities, iron/ironing board, safe and phone.
Fairmont Room - sleeps 1-2: One king or two queen beds, private bath and shower, or shower only, WC and upper village or woodland views.
Fairmont Room - sleeps 1-4: One king or two queen beds, private bath and shower, or shower only, WC and upper village or woodland views.
Deluxe Room - sleeps 2-4: One king or two queen beds, private bath and shower, or shower only, and WC. Valley view.
Deluxe Room - sleeps 1-4: One king or two queen beds, private bath and shower, or shower only, and WC. Slopeside view.
Junior Suite - sleeps 1-3: One king bed and double sofa bed, private bath, shower, WC and woodland terrace views.
Fairmont Gold Room - sleeps 2: One king bed, private shower, jetted bath, WC and woodland or Rainbow Mountain views, plus gas fireplace, free WiFi and twice daily housekeeping. Located on two floors of the hotel, these rooms provide the utmost in luxury and service with your own concierge and lounge offering breakfast and post ski appetisers.
Please note: Fairmont rooms are located on the lower floors of the hotel.
· optional upgrade to bed and breakfast with extensive buffet breakfast · free deluxe breakfast for customers in Fairmont Gold rooms · optional upgrade to half board with daily buffet breakfast at the Wildflower restaurant and a choice of evening meal options from the Wildflower (3 courses with a choice of menu, some items at a surcharge), Chalet (fondue restaurant, 3 courses with 'Classic' package), the Grill Room for a supplement (one of Whistler's top restaurants, 3 courses) and Mallard Lounge Bar (2 courses, choice of main and dessert), plus Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve speciality dinners taken at the Wildflower
Taxes and tips are included.
•Largest ski area in North America •Consistently voted best in the world
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.
Great for •Groups •Families •Non-skiers
Snow Report: Top 221cm, Bottom 221cm
Snow Forecast: 3cm expected this week
Snow History: April average depth 299.17cm
Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:
|Vancouver International Airport (YVR)||136km, 2 hours|
|Region:||British Columbia, Canada|
Whistler lift pass price last reported as $624 (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Fairmont Chateau Whistler.
Whistler has N S E W facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing Nov - May.
|Top of slopes:||2284m|
|Bottom of piste:||675m|
|Total length of trails:||4757 acres|
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