Four Seasons Resort, Whistler

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A fussy friend had recommended the Four Seasons as "really, the only place to stay in Whistler if you want any pampering at all," and my first views of Whistler's toniest new address were heartening. The 273-room hotel's two buildings, designed by Vancouver architect Michael Huggins, are divided by a wide, land... + more
Alan Brown, Travel + Leisure
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Overview - hotel description - Four Seasons Resort description

A luxury award winning hotel situated at the base of the Blackcomb Mountain. The Four Seasons is renowned for its superb quality, comfort and service.


Families - any extra notes for parents with children

Family friendly facilities: • Highchairs in the restaurant • Hotel Family friendly • Early meals available in restaurant • Child's menu • Cots and linen


Facilities - Four Seasons Resort features

  • 24-hour reception
  • Bistro-style restaurant
  • Business centre
  • Heated outdoor pool; three outdoor whirlpools, steam rooms and health club
  • Four Seasons Spa with wide range of spa treatments (pay locally)
  • Free Wi-Fi for one device
  • Wi-Fi in public areas (Free)
  • Lifts.

Facilities: • Bar • Bar - Non-smoking • Bike hire • Breakfast restaurant • Credit cards accepted • Car parking - indoor • Cash dispenser • Dogs accepted • Dinner restaurant • Entertainment • Fitness room • Internet access • Jacuzzi - outdoor • Garden • Laundry service • Lounge area • Public rooms • Public rooms - Non-smoking • Room service • Swimming pool - outdoor • Swimming pool - outdoor heated • Sterling currency exchange • Sauna • Safe deposit boxes

Swimming pool - outdoor:No. of outdoor pools:1 • Length:23m • Opening hours:06.00-22.00 • Supervised Times:n/a • Swimming caps needed:no

Special attractions:

  • 5 minutes’ walk (500m) to the lifts.
  • The hotel provides a free shuttle to/from the lifts and to the village centre from 7am to 11pm.

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

  • 273 bedrooms
  • All rooms have bath, separate shower, wc, sitting area with fireplace, coffee maker, minibar, hairdryer and bathrobes.

  • No of rooms: 273
  • How many interconnecting rooms are there: 102
  • Type of interconnecting rooms: moderate/deluxe
  • Annexes information: private residences in seperate building- not avaliable through us


Meals - food and drink in Four Seasons Resort

  • Room only

No of restaurants: 1

Breakfast: • Additional info on breakfast: opening hours:07.00-11.00 • Details of nearest restaurant serving breakfast: n/a, however nearby restaurants inlcude Thai one on, Monks Grill - both approx 600m • Breakfast service: Buffet

Lunch: • Lunch service: Waiter • Lunch further info: opening hours: 11.30-17.00

Dinner: • Dinner service: Waiter • Dress Code: informal • A la carte meal cost: $65-75 • Choice of Menu: yes

Special dietary requirements catered for: • Gluten Free • Vegan • Vegetarian

We update Four Seasons Resort'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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Resort - about Whistler - about holidays in Whistler - about ski holidays in Whistler - about ski holidays in Whistler Canada

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.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Groups Families Non-skiers

Whistler webcam

Snow Report: Top 170cm, Bottom 170cm

Snow Forecast: 3cm expected this week

Snow History: December average depth 157.17cm

Whistler trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Vancouver150mins
Region:British Columbia, Canada
First opened:1966

Whistler lift pass price last reported as $624 (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Four Seasons Resort.
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
Established in 1966 the Canadian ski resort Whistler lies at 675 metres altitude in the British Columbia region of the Canadian Coast Range. With its pedestrianised streets, size and attractive architecture, the village at the base of the mountain matches perfectly to the world’s largest ski area. Its diversity, buzzing vibe and class can be immediately sensed upon setting foot in the area. Whilst originally giving the feel of intense and sole focus on the mountain, the myriad of bars, shops and restaurant...
There is literally no best way to start describing a ski area that spans two mountains and is larger than a colossal 8,000 acres. If you think you can’t find the right terrain for you here, you’re just too picky. Setting out on skis in this resort is an absolute dream; the Ski School is fantastic, catering to the customer’s every need. The Magic Chair is perfect for your first venture up the mountain after the carpet, or for the more confident novices, hit up Whiskey Jack, then Olympic for a long run back t...
Once again Whistler has a huge choice of alternatives and extras to the downhill sliding experience. The Meadow Park Sports Centre has a six lane pool and attached fun pool as well as sauna, steam room and hot tub. There's also an integral indoor ice rink, squash courts and a fitness centre. There are also several indoor tennis courts around the resort and an indoor climbing gym opened in December 2006. Whistler has hair and beauty salons, a museum, public library, laundry and dry cleaning services, cinema and v...

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"Four Seasons Whistler"

Alan Brown, Travel + Leisure
5/ out of 5
A fussy friend had recommended the Four Seasons as "really, the only place to stay in Whistler if you want any pampering at all," and my first views of Whistler's toniest new address were heartening. The 273-room hotel's two buildings, designed by Vancouver architect Michael Huggins, are divided by a wide, landscaped courtyard and connected by a walkway and a pedestrian bridge. With its rough-hewn local stone balanced by light-colored wood, and graduated rooflines that echo the mountain peaks, the hotel suggests a cross between an alpine lodge and a Japanese shrine. Inside the eucalyptus, limestone, and granite lobby, the rustic aesthetic is offset by lofty, eye-catching flower arrangements. My cozy suite, a compact bedroom and living room on the fourth floor, had all the right mountain touches, including a gas fireplace, wooden window blinds, a timber terrace—and a snowdrift-sized bed. But I was here to ski, not to lounge. I'd booked the Four Seasons' Ski Lite package: not only did I not have to lug skis, poles, and boots along on the plane, I didn't even have to pack ski clothes. Downstairs in the hotel's rental shop, I was cross-examined on my experience and technique by an Australian and a Brit ("What exactly do you mean, Mr. Brown, by 'enthusiastic but unpracticed high intermediate'?"), then fitted with the latest Atomic skis and Salomon boots. I passed on the Prada outfit (chic, but too lightweight) in favor of a top-of-the-line Spyder suit that made me look—or so I thought when I caught sight of my reflection in the dressing-room mirror—like a cross between an Olympic contender and a superhero. (Returning it at the end of my stay was the hardest part of leaving.) (From: "Whistler's Big Moment", Travel + Leisure, January 2006)
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