Coast Blackcomb Suites at Whistler
My husband and I decided to take a little 2 night getaway to whistler. I found this place with a special deal and booked it. Its a little out of the way but we enjoyed our stay and got lots of walking around in. We had a studio suite and the rooms are spacious and clean and the bed is pretty comfy. I like that it’s got the full kitchen and has a balcony. my deal got us free parking and a snack pack so there was chips salsa and a chocolate bar in the room which was nice to have to snack on.
We didn’t get a chance to use the pool or hot tubs but looked nice.
The complimentary breakfast was good. A decent selection and the coffee was around in the lobby all day.
We walked down the trail to get to the villiage a few times and even walked back up once but it’s nice having the free bus to get you up and down as well.
We stayed here for our ten day break! Absolutely suited our needs we had a massive two bed / bath suite with kitchen and lounge. Whilst it was ski in/ski out we could’nt as there was no snow ! The two hot tubs and heated pool were a welcome relief after skiing ! Breakfast limited but ok and a bar would have been great !! Staff and accommodation very good overall
- mia d
Came here with my girlfriend and her family and its a lovely hotel. Rooms were clean, spacious and nicely decorated, staff were friendly and the breakfast was tasty! The pool isn’t overly warm but the hot tubs were lovely and hot, but you’re not allowed to take a beer down with you which is a shame! Only downside to the hotel was the ski hire was a bit expensive. Ski in ski out was great, very easy to get up the mountain, and whistler village is only a short bus ride away. Best recommendation for food is the spaghetti factory in whistler, great prices and loads of very tasty food!!! The resort itself is amazing, huge ski area and honestly the best place iv ever skied by a mile. Anyone thinking of it, don’t think about it, just do it!!! Overall I would recommend this hotel to anyone, due to the value for money, facilities and location. I will 100% be staying here again next time I visit whistler.
Ski out, waffles included, spacious rooms- whats not to like- especially for the money?!
This is really a convenient and nice hotel- without paying a fortune–even in high season. The one bedrooms are really big with a really nice living room, serviceable kitchen and big bedroom and nice bathroom ( both shower and tub) . There is a nice, though small ski shop and breakfast is included with fresh fruit, oatmeal, made to order waffles and hard boiled eggs.. It can get a bit boring if you come to this place a lot ( which I have) but it does the trick. Probably a better choice in winter than summer because, if there is snow ( which disappeared early this year) you can ski down to the lifts to the upper village. otherwise there is a bus that come often but it takes away some of the magic to have to get down that way.
It is pet friendly, but not without boundaries. I was with my brother who is besotted with his German Shepard and he took her to breakfast. He got away with it one morning- but not the other.. I think you will have to bring your pups food to him rather than vice versa. But they were very nice about everything!
Traveled for ski vacation early January. If you’re like us and travel there just to hit the slopes, this is a great location! It was by far the most affordable for what you get….comfy room with TV, wifi, full kitchen, fireplace and bath. You’re in one of the few, true ski-in, ski-out hotels & there’s a rental shop inside the hotel, so you just have to go downstairs, eat your free breakfast, grab your gear and you’re off!
Not a fancy hotel, but the staff was friendly and they have a pool, hot tub and a free bus that will take you to the lower base area if you want to shop/dine that circles every 10-15 minutes or so. Only complaint really is that it would nice to offer eggs or some kind of protein with breakfast… but hey, it’s free, and they had waffles. My husband and I would definitely stay here again.