Four Seasons Resort Whistler

Location: British Columbia | Canada

Price guide: £££££ £100-£200 per person per night

Four Seasons Resort Whistler is an alpine dream, nestled in the dramatic mountain landscape in one of the most luxurious ski resorts in the world, where you can rub shoulders with Olympians. Ski, eat and sleep in style.
Perfect forThose who are after an adrenaline-fuelled yet luxurious getaway.
In the knowAt the Sidecut steakhouse restaurant, you can personalise your steak by creating your own signature ‘rub’ (seasoning). Book an hour-long ‘blending session’ which incorporates spices grown in the hotel’s own rooftop garden. You can even bottle your unique recipe and take it home with you.

Recommended for...

  • Family-friendly
  • Luxury Hotel
  • Food & Wine
  • Service & Hospitality

Hotel Overview

Sense of place

Whistler, British Columbia.

Rooms at Four Seasons Resort Whistler

Designed with the rugged mountain landscape in mind, with a timber, glass and stone interior evoking the great outdoors, there is no stinting on modern touches, with luxury lodge guestrooms, hotel suites and townhouses. Balconies open out on to the mountains, and in the executive suite you can enjoy sumptuous bedrooms, a cosy fireplace and a private bar.

Food & drink

A ski concierge can ensure your day on the slopes runs seamlessly, and you can reward yourself after a hard day’s skiing with a mountain mojito by a wood-burning fire on the terrace. Dining options include the Classic Steakhouse and the Fifty Two 80 Eatery- named after the vertical drop on Whistler’s Blackcomb Mountain. 

Facilities

Water lovers are spoilt here, with an outdoor heated pool (even the pool deck is heated), whirlpools and glacier rain showers.

Activities at Four Seasons Resort Whistler

In addition to skiing, there are a number of trails ideal for hiking and running, and golf lovers are also spoilt here, with Nicklaus North, Jack Nicklaus’ signature Canada Course, an 18-hole course designed by the man himself. Even if you’re not a sporty type, you can take a scenic flight and see the mountains from the air, and there are also hundreds of galleries and shops to explore and a range of events to enjoy throughout the year.

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