Four Seasons Whistler

Whistler, Canada

The hotel

At this world-renowned resort experience the pinnacle of luxury on North America's highest mountain, located only 2 minutes from Whistler Village. Look forward to fabulous service, with a ski concierge who will take your ski equipment to and from the lifts. There's contemporary dining with amazing views in Sidecut Bar, its heated terrace is a deservedly popular place for après-ski cocktails and Gastro Pub menu. Sidecut Restaurant, which ranks as one of Canada's top 10 new restaurants, offers visitors the chance to satisfy their appetite for steak after an action-packed day of skiing or snowboarding. For top-class pampering and to relieve those tired muscles, hit the award-winning spa which uses only the most natural products, including clay harvested from British Columbia's glacial lakes! Try the couple's massage and enjoy this speciality relaxation experience together. Further activities and information are available from the 24-hour concierge, on hand to help you make the most of your stay.

Amenities

  • Bar
  • Ski
  • Spa
  • Swimming Pool
  • Hot tub
  • Free Shuttle To Slopes
  • Room Service
  • Valet parking
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Evening Entertainment
  • Fitness Centre/Gym
  • Laundry Service

Where is it

A short walk (200m) to the ski lifts at Blackcomb Upper Village.

Hotel information

273 rooms and suites in 2 buildings. All with balcony/terrace, sitting area, gas fireplace, TV, DVD/CD player, complimentary WiFi Internet access for one device, coffee maker, mini-bar*, safe and hairdryer. Resort King Rooms with 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Superior King Rooms with a balcony offering views of the courtyard, forest or mountains. 1 king-size bed sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Deluxe Rooms are larger with 1 king-size bed or 2 twin beds with a queen-size sleeper sofa, sleeping maximum 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children.

Four Seasons Executive Suites have a separate living area with 1 king-size bed and 1 queen-size sleeper sofa, sleeping maximum 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children.

2-Bedroom Executive Suites have a separate living area with 1 queen-size sleeper sofa, 2 bedrooms each with 1 king-size bed, 2 bathrooms and sleep maximum 5 adults or 3 adults and 2 children.

Sidecut Eatery and Bar (steak house) and live entertainment and year-round heated terrace. Sidecup Coffee shop. Heated outdoor swimming pool and hot tubs. Spa* with 15 treatment rooms and eucalyptus steam room. In-room massages*. 24-hour fitness centre with classes and cardio-equipment. Ski concierge*. Complimentary WiFi in library, lobby and lounge for one device. 24-hour room service*. 24-hour laundry/dry-cleaning service*. Business centre*. Valet parking*. Free shuttles to the slopes and to Whistler Village.

*Denotes local charge.

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Image of the Tripadvisor rating Not up to European FS standards, lots of concierge issues but still the best place to stay in Blackcomb

Apr 21, 2019 ElevenMadison London, United Kingdom

Firstly let me address the location, as not knowing Whistler we were almost put off of booking here from the reviews about it being outside of the resort. The hotel is in Blackcomb itself, just not in the centre. It is a short walk (a couple of minutes) to the lift Your skis however are kept as close to the Backcomb lift as possible in the hotels… Read more
Firstly let me address the location, as not knowing Whistler we were almost put off of booking here from the reviews about it being outside of the resort. The hotel is in Blackcomb itself, just not in the centre. It is a short walk (a couple of minutes) to the lift Your skis however are kept as close to the Backcomb lift as possible in the hotels ski concierge building. There they will keep your shoes warm and help you on with your skis and feed you complementary cookies and hot chocolate when you are done. This is a fabulous set up. Blackcomb itself is much quieter and smaller than Whistler, if you want nightlife, you probably want Whistler but the hotel was buzzing at night and we were very happy with the location. The hotel itself is a little dated and dark, although housekeeping was good and they were well appointed.The bathrooms are bright and have a decent size bath. The corner suites work well for a family. It is a very busy bustling hotel and where we felt let down was in the service. Concierge took weeks to reply to emails prior to arrival. Reservations for the spa were not made by them. Money was taken for lift passes but passes were not activated losing us precious time on the slopes. They were unable to get the children into ski school....... the list goes on. Best to book directly if you can. The spa itself is lovely and treatments are performed to a good standard. The outside hot tubs are a welcome retreat after a day on the slopes but I was slightly put off to see groups of people ordering food and eating chicken wings in the hot tubs. Incredibly unhygienic. I would stay here again as having looked around i concluded it was the best option in Whistler. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Excellent Service, year round outdoor pool

Apr 20, 2019 578jeanetteh Vancouver, Canada

This hotel earns the 5 star label with excellent service. From the moment you check in the staff are all extremely helpful and tend to every detail. There so a shuttle you can take to the village and first come first serve car where they will drop you off and pick up around whistler. The rooms are nice and spacious with fireplaces and separate… Read more
This hotel earns the 5 star label with excellent service. From the moment you check in the staff are all extremely helpful and tend to every detail. There so a shuttle you can take to the village and first come first serve car where they will drop you off and pick up around whistler. The rooms are nice and spacious with fireplaces and separate shower and tub with a great lodge feel. TVs in the rooms are quite small but it wasn’t a concern for us. The property also has fun events such as a wine tasting featuring BC wines, s’mores for families and fitness classes. The gym is s but small if there are classes going on it is hard to find room to do weights if it is busy. The outdoor pool is heated and open year round which would be gorgeous in the winter time. Overall excellent stay and staff. Looking forward to returning. Read less
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Apr 19, 2019 Oronomn

Everything about this place was wonderful. We had a fabulous room with comfortable beds, nice bathroom, great fitness center, relaxing spa, delicious brunch, friendly and helpful staff, fun pool area and convenient location.
Image of the Tripadvisor rating excellent services, location and amenities

Apr 19, 2019 CP360 Port Moody, British Columbia, Canada

we spent a weekend at Four Seasons, first time at the Whistler location and we were impressed by the quality of service and hotel, in all aspects. Even though is not a ski in and ski out location, they offer a free shuttle and ski concierge at the base of the mountain so it's even more convenient this way. Staff is particularly attentive and… Read more
we spent a weekend at Four Seasons, first time at the Whistler location and we were impressed by the quality of service and hotel, in all aspects. Even though is not a ski in and ski out location, they offer a free shuttle and ski concierge at the base of the mountain so it's even more convenient this way. Staff is particularly attentive and really makes you fell pampered. Read less
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Apr 18, 2019 Compass25954108583 Muskegon, Michigan

From the moment we arrived at the Four Seasons, we knew we chose the right hotel in Whistler. It was surprisingly affordable in April and we felt like we were living a life of luxury. The staff are all very friendly and helpful, especially the ski concierge. Honestly, they made the trip. I'm not sure how it is during busy season, but we loved… Read more
From the moment we arrived at the Four Seasons, we knew we chose the right hotel in Whistler. It was surprisingly affordable in April and we felt like we were living a life of luxury. The staff are all very friendly and helpful, especially the ski concierge. Honestly, they made the trip. I'm not sure how it is during busy season, but we loved having this private concierge right at the base of the mountain. Watching other people lug their gear all around, even from other fancy hotels, was amusing. We really felt privileged to be a part of the four seasons. Everything about the hotel was top notch. The pool area was great, with heated towels, hot tubs, and sauna. The private Mercedes car service that is complementary was amazing as well! Read less