Nice but noisy
Nice room but noisy generator outside of window and car alarms going off from vehicles being towed. The location of the hotel was perfect location for Mudderella event. The hotel showers and showers in the fitness centre were great.
No air conditioning. Grumpy staff. Terrible breakfast. Nice pool though.
We stayed here in early July 2015 during a heat wave. There was no air conditioning. The hotel staff told us that most Whistler hotels do not have AC which is baloney. At least our room was facing the woods so we got shade most of the day. The pool was nice. Lots of kids which was fun.
The breakfast buffet was terrible. The lineups were so long and the staff was super grumpy and ended up closing the buffet early 3 out of 4 days we were there.
The shuttle bus down to the village is actually a city bus that comes every 30 minutes. We needed to go to the IGA but the last stop was by the blackcomb gondolas which meant a huge walk to the other end of the village. We ended up driving to the village most of the time.
I would not stay here again especially in the summer. I’m sure it’s better in the winter time when you could ski and out of the hotel from blackcomb mtn but otherwise no thanks.
- Azita F
This hotel is in an excellent location for the Mudderella Race, but the hotel itself needs some updating. If you’re ok with marked wall and ‘weathered’ looking atmosphere this hotel is fine. The outside hot tubs are fine but a little small. The hotel itself is clean but if luxury is your style this hotel is probably not your best bet/
Great View from a large room
Hotel room was very spacious with 2 washrooms and two bedrooms. Hotel was a bit tired looking and had very few amenities. The biggest issue was the lack of food services in the hotel. The hotel is about a 5 minute drive (or a little less) from the townsite so it was really inconvenient to grab a bite on the fly. That being said it is just a $7 or $8 cab ride to get down to where everything is. Check out was a bit of an issue, but they were having power issues that weekend so It might be better at other times. All in all a decent hotel, but I think there might be better choices in Whistler.
Great hotel, quiet upper village area, free shuttle to village and breakfast is included. the waffles are delicious. Rooms are comfortable with everything you need. Small kitchenette, fireplace and a balcony. The hot tubs and pool are great and there is also a health/gym area. The best part is the friendly and helpful front desk staff. I would highly recommend staying here.