Hilton Whistler

Whistler, Canada

The hotel

The attractive and welcoming Hilton Whistler Resort & Spa is located in the heart of Whistler Village, just steps from the gondolas and of course the lively après-ski. In the Cinnamon Bear Bar you can shoot a game of pool, play backgammon or just relax in front of the fireplace with a drink. Named by Condé Nast as the 10th top resort hotel in Canada, rest-assured that your every need will be catered for here at Hilton Whistler. Visit the spa for a well-deserved massage after a day on the slopes, or savour some culinary delights at the Cinnamon Bear Grille, well-known for its freshly prepared Pacific Northwest creations using the finest locally grown produce. Rooms are spacious and well equipped — why not upgrade to a Whistler Junior Suite? The lovely fireplace and kitchen facilities are perfect for a cosy night in.

Amenities

  • Bar
  • Ski
  • Spa
  • Swimming Pool
  • Hot tub
  • Room Service
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Fitness Centre/Gym
  • Internet Access
  • Restaurant

Where is it

Located at the base of both Whistler and Blackcomb Gondolas and in the heart of Whistler Village. Transfer time from Vancouver Airport: 1 hour 50 minutes.

Hotel information

287 rooms on 8 floors in 2 buildings with 4 lifts. All rooms have air-conditioning, 37" plasma TV, complimentary WiFi access, telephone, MP3 alarm clock/radio, tea/coffee making facilities, safe, hairdryer, bathrobes, slippers and iron and board. Hilton Rooms have 1 king-size bed, 1 queen-size beds, or 2 double beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults or 2 adults and 2 children. Some have balconies.

Studios have a kitchenette and either 1 king-size bed or 1 queen-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Whistler Junior Suites have a balcony, wood-burning fireplace, full kitchen, 1 king-size bed plus a double sleeper sofa, sleeping maximum 4 adults or 2 adults and 2 children.

Hilton Family Combo Rooms consist of interconnecting Hilton Rooms and Whistler Junior Suites. This room type is the ideal solution for any family requiring some additional space with the added luxury of a full kitchen and wood burning fireplace. Complete with 2 double beds, 1 king-size bed and a double sleeper sofa. These rooms are on a request only basis.

The Cinnamon Bear Grille (Pacific northwest cuisine, open for breakfast and dinner), Cinnamon Bear Bar and lobby lounge (under 19s permitted in the bar section until 8:00pm). Large outdoor heated swimming pool, indoor and outdoor hot tubs and sauna. Spa with treatments* including massages*. Fitness centre with cardio-equipment and free weights. Room service*. Shops. Ski storage on site*. Complimentary WiFi access in guestrooms and common areas. Underground car parking CA$30 per night for self-parking and CA$34 per night for valet parking (payable locally, subject to change).

Wheelchair accessible rooms 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.

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Image of the Tripadvisor rating First time at Hilton Whistler! Outstanding service

Jul 7, 2020 Z7161KTjonathant Port Moody, Canada

This was our first time staying here at the Hilton. At first we were in a room with a connecting door and it just happened the neighbours were blaring loud obnoxious music. Our 5 year old son was trying to go to bed and couldn't sleep. The staff were accommodating and understanding of the situation and were able to move us to a more soundproof… Read more
This was our first time staying here at the Hilton. At first we were in a room with a connecting door and it just happened the neighbours were blaring loud obnoxious music. Our 5 year old son was trying to go to bed and couldn't sleep. The staff were accommodating and understanding of the situation and were able to move us to a more soundproof room. To me, this is outstanding service and my wife and i were so grateful. As a result, we have already booked another weekend trip for the last weekend of August and will be returning to the Hilton Whistler! The hotel is clean and with sanitizer stations everywhere, we did not feel unsafe anywhere. Read less
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Mar 22, 2020 31vincer Melbourne, Australia

The Hilton Whistler is located conveniently on two sides for access. The main road into Whistler for arrivals and departures and mountainside access a mere 100 metres away. Reception staff make you feel comfortable and relaxed as you check into your room. The interior is warm and inviting with links to the breakfast and dinner areas, as well as… Read more
The Hilton Whistler is located conveniently on two sides for access. The main road into Whistler for arrivals and departures and mountainside access a mere 100 metres away. Reception staff make you feel comfortable and relaxed as you check into your room. The interior is warm and inviting with links to the breakfast and dinner areas, as well as an alpine pub. A ski valet system is available with Summit Sports within the Hilton complex and a mere 10 metres to the Gondola. The facilities are two spas and an outdoor heated pool and ample gymnasium. Our stay was a wonderful experience of mountain and village and a great hotel brand. The Whistler Hilton has class and warmth in bucket loads for all guests at anytime of year. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating During challenging times, they failed hard

Mar 20, 2020 Amin333 Toronto, Ontario, Canada

We checked in on March 14th, the afternoon that Vail Resorts decided to shutdown Whistler Blackcomb resort due to Covid-19. We had the option of canceling our booking and heading back to Vancouver that night, but decided to stay one night and make the most of it. In order to pass the time, we booked a dog sledding tour through the concierge - no… Read more
We checked in on March 14th, the afternoon that Vail Resorts decided to shutdown Whistler Blackcomb resort due to Covid-19. We had the option of canceling our booking and heading back to Vancouver that night, but decided to stay one night and make the most of it. In order to pass the time, we booked a dog sledding tour through the concierge - no doubt the hotel is making revenue from that booking. As a Platinum Elite at Marriot, I receive a late 4pm checkout without so much as even having to ask. I literally had to BEG the front desk at the Hilton... Even then, they asked me to leave a message for the reservations office (who didn't even bother to call me back). I spend a lot of time on the road for business, and while Hilton used to get a lot of my business, I am now reminded of why I stopped staying with them. Truly disappointing experience. Read less
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Mar 13, 2020 UncleJune420 Stratford, Canada

An outdoor hot tub and pool and a perfect view of the mountain was the number one thing I looked for when searching for a hotel in Whistler. The Hilton delivered, Mother Nature added the snowfall and a bottle of champagne made it a winter oasis!
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Great location, great staff

Mar 10, 2020 mbY1968GI London, United Kingdom

Stayed for a week for a family holiday and picked this hotel because of its location close to the lifts. We weren’t disappointed! Probably the closest hotel to the lifts and right on the main drag with all the shops and restaurants. Special mention to the staff - must be this hotel’s greatest asset - who were so helpful and charming from the… Read more
Stayed for a week for a family holiday and picked this hotel because of its location close to the lifts. We weren’t disappointed! Probably the closest hotel to the lifts and right on the main drag with all the shops and restaurants. Special mention to the staff - must be this hotel’s greatest asset - who were so helpful and charming from the start even when arriving at midnight. The standard rooms (south Tower)were spacious, spotlessly clean with a massive bed and kitchenette and were made up daily by a really lovely lady. We had pre-booked ski rental at Summit Sport which is located in the same complex. Again the staff were excellent. From the shop it’s 25 yards or so to the main lift. You can leave your skis overnight at the shop,but not boots, with the staff waiting outside the shop in the afternoon waiting to take your skis from you. Special mention at the hotel must go to the concierge who with her almost encyclopaedic knowledge of everything Whistler was incredibly helpful in recommending and booking restaurants etc. We were on a board only basis as the B&B option seemed much more expensive. We tried the hotel breakfast on day one. The buffet looked expensive at $35/head so when for the a la carte and weren’t disappointed. Massive portions, plenty of choice and about 35 to 40% cheaper than the buffet. So that’s what we did for the next 6 mornings too. Another feature worth a mention, probably because we had two daughters with us and were visiting our son who was working in the resort was sample the Swedish Apres Ski party. This is held possibly for the benefit of the seasonal workers and is allegedly based on typical European apres ski. Either way it’s great fun for old and youngsters alike but for youngsters the drinking age is 19 and seems to be rigorously enforced with photo ID essential (original not copies). There is a spa and if you have time then the hot-tub and outdoor pool are definitely worth a visit too. All in all a great trip/stay helped not just by the location but the excellent staff. Read less