Ratings based on 6 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.0 Room cleanliness
4.0 Service & staff
4.0 Room comfort
4.0 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified ReviewsThey paid and stayed. We double-checked.
by A verified traveler from Seattle
Great family/ friends roomPosted Aug 10, 2016
Good location, but under ground parking is way too small. We couldn't park our mini van so we had to park it at the public parking and walk 3 minutes. Room was huge but comfortable for 6, big enough for up to 8. The kichen is equipped well above expectations and washer and dryer was handy. Very satisfied overall.
by A verified traveler
Posted Aug 12, 2015 on Hotels
by Shirley from Bainbridge Island, WA
Great family spacePosted Feb 20, 2015 on Hotels
Perfect place for 6 people (3 couples). Kitchen had everything to feed all and our friends. We would stay here again. Wifi and free North American calling! Only challenge is finding the place to get the key. It is hidden behind a shopping center.
by A verified traveler from vancouver, BC
Great place to stay in WhistlerPosted Jan 3, 2015
Quiet location in village. Short walk or free village shuttle to bottom of slopes.
by Sam from Abbotsford
Overall was a great place to stayPosted Apr 9, 2014 on Hotels
We decided on Tyndall Stone Lodge because of the layout. My husband and I were going to Whistler for his weekend hockey tournament in April. Our son and his girlfriend decided to join us. We really appreciated the separation of the bedrooms. The kitchen, living room, and dining room were spacious enough for the four of us. We saved on restaurant costs by making breakfast and snacks in the room. The kitchen was fully equipped with dishes, utensils, and pans. It was very nice that there was a full range, fridge, microwave and dishwasher. We did not need the washer and dryer, but it was nice to know they were there if we did. It was unfortunate that the hottub downstairs had only half of the jets working. Our main issue with this complex was the free parking spot assigned to the room. We had a concrete pillar and metal guard rails on one side and a large truck on the other. Parking our mid size vehicle was a nightmare. I got out, he parked, squeezed out the door and we unloaded our stuff from the hatch. I would recommend that you pay $10 per 24 hours and park across the street under the library. When I mentioned this at checkout, the kind gentleman said that they can issue us a free spot at one of their other complexes. That will make us return for sure. The check-in and out was easy, although a little out of the way as we were headed north after leaving.
Comment from Hotel Management
Aug 2, 2014 by Kelly, Hotel Management
Thank you for your comments. We hope you choose to stay with us again in the near future.
by A verified traveler from Surrey, B.C.
Noisy, Noisy, NoisyPosted Jun 1, 2011
The unit we had (#203) overlooked a children's playground and the Celebration Plaza. Older "children" gathered at the playground at night and made sleep next to impossible. During the daytime, there was an event at the plaza where the constant thump, thump, thump of the music made quiet enjoyment of the condo impossible. I should mention we were there on a weekend. The unit had not been thoroughly cleaned with fingerprints on the mirrors and grunge that fell out when we opened the stove drawer. When you see things like this it makes the whole cleanliness suspect. There were not enough plates and cutlery for the 6 of us. They were prompt in delivering additional pieces however. The hot tub will hold 6 comfortably but no more. The pool is not large enough to swim a lap. Both are right on the street, with a privacy fence but kids were able to poke their noses and hands through and steal a towel from us. There is a 10 am check-out which is quite annoying. The hotel is in the village and close to all the activities and shops which is nice.