Delta Whistler Village Suites

Whistler, Canada

The hotel

With a fresh new look in Winter 2015, there's plenty of options here at this fantastic resort-style hotel. Whether you want to self-cater, or you'd like a break from cooking after a hard day on the slopes – several restaurants and a bar are on hand. The excellent health club has a great pool and courtyard hot tub and the bar is great for après-ski revivers. Conveniently located in the heart of Whistler village, the recently renovated Delta Whistler Village Suites has 207 modern guestrooms and suites all inspired by the Canadian landscape. Each one combines comfort and functionality, featuring fresh, contemporary design with state-of-the-art facilities and amenities. Upgrade to a spacious, well-equipped 1-Bedroom Suite for a very comfortable experience.

Amenities

  • Bar
  • Ski
  • Swimming Pool
  • Hot tub
  • No Smoking
  • Free Shuttle To Slopes
  • Valet parking
  • Fitness Centre/Gym
  • Internet Access
  • Restaurant

Where is it

In Whistler Village North, a short walk to all the shops, bars and restaurants. Transfer time from Vancouver Airport: 1 hour 50 minutes.

Hotel information

207 studios and suites on 6 floors in 2 buildings. All with individual climate control, SmartDesk™, fully-wired, multi-purpose area with built-in power and connectivity dock, flat-screen TV, free WiFi, telephone, microwave and mini-fridge, tea/coffee-making facilities, breakfast bar, hairdryer and iron and board. Guest Rooms with 1 queen-size bed sleeping maximum 2 adults.

1-Bedroom Suites have a separate living room with double sleeper sofa, balcony, full kitchen with dishwasher and washer/dryer, dining area and fireplace, and 1 queen-size bed plus sofa bed, sleeping maximum 4 adults or 2 adults and 2 children.

2-Bedroom Suites have a separate living room with double sleeper sofa, balcony, full kitchen with dishwasher and washer/dryer, dining area and fireplace. 2 bedrooms with 1 queen-size bed and 1 double sleeper-sofa, or 2 queen size beds and 1 double sleeper-sofa, sleeping maximum 6 adults or 2 adults and 4 children.

HY's Steakhouse (open for dinner). Brickworks Public House (open for breakfast, lunch and dinner). In-room breakfast* available (continental or 'cook your own', can be arranged by front desk at check-in). Health club with gym, 2 outdoor hot tubs and 1 indoor hot tub, sauna and swimming pool. Bike rentals*. Complimentary WiFi access. Underground self-parking CA$30 per night, valet parking CA$37 per day (payable locally, subject to change).

Wheelchair adapted rooms with partially accessible amenities or facilities available on request. Please note that these rooms are subject to availability and may be restricted to specific room categories and bedding arrangements. Rooms and facilities vary between hotels so please check at the time of booking. For more information and contact details please check out our Special Assistance page

*Denotes local charge.

Please note: The hotel is entirely non-smoking. 

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Image of the Tripadvisor rating Stay Review - Delta Whistler Village Suites

Jul 4, 2020 986robl Vancouver, Canada

Just this past week (June 28th, 2020), we completed a stay with the Delta Hotels Whistler Village Suites. I thought we would pass along a review to provide how this experience went and share my thoughts on our experience. Right from the start, I should note that with the easing of COVID-19 related travel restrictions, we all will need to… Read more
Just this past week (June 28th, 2020), we completed a stay with the Delta Hotels Whistler Village Suites. I thought we would pass along a review to provide how this experience went and share my thoughts on our experience. Right from the start, I should note that with the easing of COVID-19 related travel restrictions, we all will need to understand that what we once expected as standard, will still take some time to be 'normal' again. I should also note that my expectations were not set too high. With both the industry still feeling their way around the new safety requirements, coupled with the uncertainty as to how quickly customers would return, we headed out with that in mind. Truthfully, the weekend was more about our just being happy to get away from home for some hiking of the great outdoors. The start of the trip was pleasant with a picturesque drive up from Vancouver. The route to Whistler from Vancouver is known as the Sea to Sky highway (Hwy 99). The drive will take around 90 minutes and does indeed take you from the seaside to the mountains. It is a fun route to drive and will provide you with plenty photo stops along the way. Upon our arrival we were provided a warm welcome from Meghan working the front desk. Through our casual check-in chatter, we came to understand that the hotel was doing its best to welcome members back after a period of disruption. With the Province transitioning to Phase 3 of the safe return, the hotel was seeing a surge of customers taking advantage of this and the bookings were catching the staff a little by surprise. Regardless of the added stress, the check-in was as efficient as we usually expect. My loyalty was recognized and the standard welcome perks were exceeded with both an upgrade to a suite along with complementary onsite parking being added. Meaghan also took the time to explain the preventative measures being taken by the hotel to protect both the general public and the staff. The hotel has installed the protective screening we are begging to see everywhere. We also noted throughout our stay that the hotel safety procedure were well posted and that the precautions were being followed by most (there are always a few who seem to think rules are for others). The hotel itself is located in the heart of Whistler Village, which makes getting around super easy. Onsite parking is underground and shared with the Village Library across the street from the hotel (direct elevator access to the hotel). With the central location of the hotel, everything is walkable with plenty of options for both outdoor activities and dining options nearby. Overall our stay at the Delta was pleasant with the only no fault negative being the lack of desk staff during busy periods. This of course was due to the hotel being caught off guard from the sudden increase in returning customers. As mentioned earlier, we learned that staff were being recalled from furloughs, but I guess the recall process had not caught up to the demand at that time. Otherwise there was only one minor issues due to the precautions in place that the hotel could be handling better. That being the hotel was only providing housekeeping every third day. As you can expect, this may be something we will all have to get used to until the virus has run its course. The knock on the this restriction is with the hotel not providing members the points for Green Choice for the lack of housekeeping services. This would be a simple remedy to something within the hotel’s control and would be appreciated by customers still paying full price for limited services. Regardless of the minor issues, the weekend was very enjoyable, the property did not disappoint and we will certainty return again. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Delta/ Marriott Does NOT have sufficient Staff for PROFIT, and not COVID

Jul 3, 2020 Theguiza Dubai, United Arab Emirates

I had the great displeasure to stay at a Marriot hotel and it will be the last time i will stay in ANY of your hotel chain. It is clear that either you have NO brand standards or franchisee are allowed to do ANYTHING they want to make money. The hotel was clearly grossly understaffed and the service was awful. My experience included the… Read more
I had the great displeasure to stay at a Marriot hotel and it will be the last time i will stay in ANY of your hotel chain. It is clear that either you have NO brand standards or franchisee are allowed to do ANYTHING they want to make money. The hotel was clearly grossly understaffed and the service was awful. My experience included the following: For the first EVER, after staying in high quality hotels across the world, I was told I could NOT check out late. I was lied to and told it was because of COVID. IT is not. This despite the fact that the people checking in to the hotel in front of me were offered late checkouts. When I informed the "interim" General Manager Joanne Irving of this she was rude, spoke over me, and was rolling her eyes and huffing. She was acting like a child. It was the most embarrassing display I have ever seen from a "senior leader" Our room was dirty and was not cleaned. This, again, was not due to COVID, but understaffing. Our dish washer was full of dirty dishes NONE of this is COVID related. This is firing people and running the minimum level of people. Your focus is clearly profit over guest experience and I will be sure to inform everyone I know as well post on social media and Trip Advisor. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Nice getaway at Delta Whistler Hotel

Jul 2, 2020 Craig B BC, Canada

Just spent 3 nights for a quick getaway with family and friends. The hotel was nice. Our room was spacious with a kitchenette and pull out couch for the kids. Our room was clean and I do believe recently renovated. The pool was open, by reservation only. The front-desk staff were great helping us out whenever needed. Parking tip: park at… Read more
Just spent 3 nights for a quick getaway with family and friends. The hotel was nice. Our room was spacious with a kitchenette and pull out couch for the kids. Our room was clean and I do believe recently renovated. The pool was open, by reservation only. The front-desk staff were great helping us out whenever needed. Parking tip: park at the overflow lots. Lot 4 was only $5/day and its only a few minute walk to the hotel. Alternatively, you can park under the Royal Bank for $15/day which is closer than the overflow lots. I do believe the hotel charges $32/day which is way too much for me. We had a great time and I would recommend this hotel. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Great place

Jun 28, 2020 paulaV5297KV White Rock, Canada

We happened on this location by accident but what a surprise!!! The check in staff was friendly and Megan was by far one of the best that I’ve ever dealt with . She was always smiling and more than willing to help with any of our needs ! As we were leaving she came to us to make sure we had enjoyed our stay . This has never happened to me before… Read more
We happened on this location by accident but what a surprise!!! The check in staff was friendly and Megan was by far one of the best that I’ve ever dealt with . She was always smiling and more than willing to help with any of our needs ! As we were leaving she came to us to make sure we had enjoyed our stay . This has never happened to me before and I travelled a lot for 8 years . Congratulations Delta you have a awesome employee here . Paul & Joanne Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Whistler is not family friendly

Jun 22, 2020 Tony R

If you like the smell of pot , urine and barf, it could be the place for you Too many street pelople, yahoos and parking enforcement Nazis, but no other rules enforced. Overpriced, go somewhere else......not a go to destination any more.... :(