A really pleasant and easy stay marred only by a dispute about parking charges which to date the hotel management have maintained despite promises to remove them from the bill. I parked at the hotel for 2 of the 7 nights, moving my car to the much cheaper and equally convenient convention center parking ($10 p/ rather than $34). The hotel charged us for all 7 nights. I obligingly provided copies of the CC parking charges but so far - 5 days later - the charges have not been removed. I would have assumed the onus of responsibility, not to mention good customer relations, would result in the hotel reimbursing these charges even ahead of any dispute, let alone when a paying customer has made the effort to prove not-parking, while they haven't even tried to prove I did park there. Of such small things are decisions about where to stay made when there are so many other options.
Traveller from New York, NY
Just 30 meters (100 feet) from the Whistler Gondola, this supremely comfortable resort is located at the southern edge of the …More
We stayed 4 nights. The hotel was pretty quiet, although the wall are very thin and noise travel well! We had a room facing the entrance on the 1st floor which is the quiet side. Next time we will try to grab a room on the second floor to avoid the foot traffic noise. However, I cannot complain we had a great stay. The staff was very helpful, very courteous and pleasant. The pool did not look very inviting but kids seem not to care. Great location in the village, wish the hotel had a greet area at the bottom of the hill to get your skis at the end of the day... But really, can't really expect that and the walk back was not too bad. Would definitely come back.
Located near the slopes, this Whistler Village condo is in the mountains, within a 5-minute walk of Whistler Visitor Centre …More
This was a great place to stay for a family of 6, with the youngest being 17. We were a little worried about the walk into and back from the village, but it was really no big deal. Anyone that can ski for 3 out of 4 days shouldn't be bothered by such a short walk, and the lodge's shuttle is running so frequently that it's fun to jump in occasionally.
The kitchen is well appointed in the rooms. We had everything we needed to make breakfast before skiing as well as dinner on a few nights when we didn't want to go out into the village. The local Whistler grocery store had everything we needed to stock the refrigerator.
Plenty of storage space for our stuff, though we rented boards and skis in the village and stored those at the rental place instead of at the lodge. Other guests seemed to be storing and grabbing their skis with no issues every morning, so I expect the ski locker they provide is just fine.
The staff was wonderful, offering helpful advice and answering all the questions we had. Our kitchen was missing a corkscrew, and they brought one up quite promptly as soon as we called.
Two jacuzzis by the pool with easy access.
We never needed laundry faciliies, but it was nice to know the 1st level has machines to use.
The fireplace in the room only allows for chemical logs (like Duraflame), and the front desk sells these for a reasonable price.
A great experience, and would stay here again!
Traveller from San Diego, CA - USA
This contemporary, five-story lodge adjacent to Whistler Golf Club is three blocks from the Blackcomb and Whistler ski lifts …More
The staff are friendly and very helpful, the room was well laid out and met all my needs. Though some have complained about the outside noise, I had no issues.
The house dog is also a great touch!
Thanks for a great stay.
Located 200 m from Village Square, Adara Hotel provides easy access to shopping, dining, skiing, and golf. The Whistler …More
It is located at the center of Whistler village center and so is close to the lift and restaurants and shops. The room is very clean and relatively big but the double bed is a bit small for two people and I feel they actually have plenty room for a queen bed. The shower system has some room to improve too. Parking requires extra fee which is not cheap.
Traveller from Seattle
Situated one block from Village Square and 2 blocks from the Whistler Conference Centre, this ski-in/ski-out resort is just …More
Situated between Blackcomb and Whistler mountains, this pedestrian-only village is home to hundreds of shops, restaurants, and nightclubs. Whistler, along with Vancouver, is co-host of the 2010 Winter Olympic Games. Whistler will host the men’s and women’s slalom, giant slalom, bobsled, luge, and skeleton events. In warmer months, mountain biking, hiking, and zip-lining are popular activities.