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Recent Whistler reviews

  • Great condo/great location

    "We just finished our stay in this unit at glacier lodge - it was very well equipped and comfortable for our family of 4. King in master was comfortable and the twins in the loft were perfect for our kiddos. Staff was friendly, it was easy to walk to the main village or to ski. Nice and quiet, too. The unit was very clean upon arrival and tastefully decorated. :). We appreciated that we could just reserve for 2 nights as we were in town for a wedding and couldn't stay longer this time."
    Guest: crausch Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: December 15, 2014
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  • Superb location, no need for vehicle, once you get there!

    "It has been a very long time since we first visited Whistler. Our accommodations at Powder Horn were superb and within walking distance to the village where everything exists: gondolas, library, cultural centre, shopping, rentals, restaurants, etc. The condo is newly renovated: walk-in shower, white leather furniture, quartz counter tops, lots of glassware and even brand new pots and pans. After a full day of hiking and dinner reservations for the same evening, we were able to catch the free shuttle bus, located just a few steps from the condo. Some evenings, we BBQ’d our dinner on the deck. There is so much to do in Whistler in the summer. What surprised us, on the Peak 2 Peak adventure was the continuation of skiing and snowboarding in early July. A complimentary shuttle bus takes you to 7th Heaven Express chair and once at the top you can wander and look into the Blackcomb Bowl, where the skiing takes place. It was such a pleasure to meander about, noting the miscellany of the Vancouver 2010 Olympics. For example, you can hop into the bobsled and have your picture taken, or if you wish you can stand on the official three-tiered Olympic ski podium for picture-taking. The gondola rides between Whistler and Blackcomb are breathtaking. Added to our enjoyment was a sighting of a black bear grazing under the chairlift. Another day we rented bikes and explored the many lakes and hidden parks, along the 40 Km Valley trail. Most trails were paved, flat and shaded, which was a bonus for us seniors. We wouldn’t hesitate to stay at this hosts’ condo again, as it was well furnished, clean and very modern. Next time, there is golf, tennis, skiing in July and zip-lining. (Well, maybe not all of them.)"
    Guest: seniorsportslovers Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 19, 2014
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  • Great location and condo!

    "We had a lovely stay at the Glacier Lodge in August 2014. There were 6 of us in the condo and stayed for 4 nights. The condo was clean, spacious, nice large kitchen table for family meals (all utensils/pots & pans/bowls you need are there), tv's in each room and 3 fans. This does NOT have air conditioning OR a bbq, which would have been nice in the summer, we moved the fans to the doors to cool off the main sitting area. The location is fantastic, they have a pool, storage for luggage or bikes, check in desk - extremely friendly staff - who will give you access codes to wifi (one for each devise) and answer any questions you will have. We would certainly stay here again, we parked our car and didn't use it until we left. We enjoyed the village - walkable (5-10 min), walked around lost lake, rented bikes, etc. It is located across from the fairmont and lots of activities at the base of Blackcomb, as well as a farmers market. Quieter than Whistler Village, which was nice. Mountain biking & hiking was fantastic."
    Guest: pais Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: December 28, 2014
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  • Excellent place to stay

    "We stayed for five nights in the summer of 2014 and loved the unit. It was clean, spacious, and very quiet, with a great setting overlooking the golf course. The walk or short bike ride to the village was easy, even with young kids, right along the bike path. We actually preferred the location to being right in the village where we've stayed before because of the quiet setting and easy access to the village without needing to drive. Being close to Lost Lake was nice too. The unit itself was ideal for us (two adults and two toddlers). Having two master bedrooms each with en suites was a nice set up, and the place was well stocked with everything you need. Underground secure parking and bike storage was extremely convenient, just a few steps from the front door, making loading and unloading easy. Dealing with the managers was also very smooth. They met us at the unit, got us settled and everything went off without a hitch. We will definitely go back again and I highly recommend it."
    Guest: AH Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 15, 2014
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Whistler Travel Tips

Just two hours north of Vancouver you'll find Whistler, a top Canadian resort destination that's great for a visit year-round. This spot is situated near Whistler and Blackcomb mountains with a lively base village. In the winter, it's the perfect spot to enjoy hours of skiing, snowboarding and other exciting cold weather activities. When the weather warms up, Whistler offers championship golf courses, plenty of hiking and biking trails, and much more.

All year long you can peruse the variety of shops in Whistler and try the different bars and restaurants for delicious meals and drinks.

Whistler was so named for the furry animals in the area that sound like they're whistling. The area is centered around four main neighborhoods: Whistler Village, Village North, Upper Village and Creekside.

Cold Weather Activities

- Whistler Blackcomb: For some of the best skiing and snowboarding in the area, head to Whistler Blackcomb. This was the official skiing spot for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Whistler and Blackcomb are side-by-side mountains that offer collectively more than 200 marked runs, more than 8,000 acres of terrain, 14 alpine bowls and three glaciers. This spot receives more than 430 inches of snow each year, making it one of the longest ski seasons in North America. Whether you're an avid skier or snowboarder or it will be your first time on a run, you're sure to have a great experience with with so many different trail options.

- Sleigh rides: If you've traveled with your sweetheart or your family, a Blackcomb horse drawn sleigh ride is a must. It's a perfect way to enjoy the winter wonderland as you glide across the snow. Snuggle up under a warm, cozy blanket, sip hot chocolate and listen to the jingle bells as the Percheron draft horses pull you through the snow-covered forest trails.

- Snowshoe trails: Enjoy a winter walk with snowshoes. Whistler offers a variety of trails like Trapper's Trail, Natural Mystic Tour, Winter Wonderland and more where you can explore the natural scenery and keep an eye out for local wildlife. Snowshoeing is a fun activity for people of all ages, and you can rent snowshoes if you don't own a pair.

- Whistler Day Spa: After all the vigorous activities like skiing, snowboarding and snowshoeing, your body is bound to feel a little sore. Sooth your aching muscles and allow yourself to relax with a trip to the Whistler Day Spa. Massage therapists will work out painful knots and ease any tension built up in your body. Estheticians will care for your windblown skin with a healing, moisturizing facial. You can even treat yourself to a manicure and pedicure so your feet and hands sparkle.

- Barefoot Bistro: When it's chilly outside, there's nothing more comforting than a warm, delicious home-cooked meal. You'll find just that at Barefoot Bistro, a French bistro-style champagne bar and restaurant. Sip some some Dom Perignon (served by the glass) and dine on exceptional French cuisine. On most weekends, you can enjoy live jazz music.

Warm Weather Activities

- Amsterdam Cafe and Pub: When the weather is warm, you can spend a wonderful evening dining on the charming outdoor patio of the Amsterdam Cafe and Pub. Dine on traditional pub fare like shepherd's pie, burgers, pasta and more as you check out the local scenery.

- Hit the beach: In the summer months, spending time at the beach is a must, and Whistler provides a variety of options where you can soak up the sun and splash around in the water. Lakeside Park is great for families, with a kid's play area, picnic tables and a barbecue. Swim in the warm waters or rent a canoe, boat or windsurf for an adventure. Rainbow Park is another terrific option, with sandy shores, volleyball courts and a large dock floating offshore for swimmers to hang out.

- Wedge Rafting: Thrill seekers will love the experience of river rafting with Wedge Rafting. White water tours are offered between based on a range of difficulty from class 1 to class 4 rapids. A professional guide will take you down Whistler's rivers as you navigate the rapids.

- Whistler Museum: Escape the heat with a trip to the the Whistler Museum, where you can learn about the area's natural history and mountain life. There are a variety of exhibits that anyone, no matter their age, can enjoy. You can also be led by a guide with a Valley of Dreams walking tour or check out the multimedia presentations.

- Whistler Brewing Company: Take a tour of the Whistler Brewing Company and see how the craft beers are made. A tour guide will show you around and you can sample different brews.

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