Hilton Whistler Resort & Spa
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Left Victoria at the horrible hour of 8am. Travelled to Nanaimo on Vancouver Island to catch the ferry to the mainland. Trip was 90 mins and the charge was $150 for the coach and $15 for each passenger. Landed at Horseshoe Bay where we went on Highway 90 due north. Passed through Squamish and stopped at a National Park to see the Shannon Falls, the …
... significance. Nearby there is Bald Eagle viewing areas also, in the winter there is over 200 to be seen at one time however we didn’t see anything, but again could only smell the salmon dying after spawning, it’s very fishy stinky.
Our last stop was the grand finale – magnificent Brandywine Falls, just downstream from the falls is Daisy Lake.
We arrive in the quaint resort town of Whistler at 4pm. Whistler has a local population of ...
Day 4: Three intense days of biking and 2 backflips later we woke up weary for day 4. My leg still felt like I had been beaten by a bat/landed on top of my bike landing a jump badly. But, as the sun shone down, we slowly rode up to Whistler village for another epic day of biking. Over breakfast we were told that we were doing 'top of the world'. We did a warmup lap down the lower slopes of whistler and the took the 25 minute gondola ride, and then rode across ...
... cider) and walk to the nearest diners for some breakfast. 10 am - Consisted of chicken burgers with a pitcher of beer and by now Euan and I were on our way to drunkville! For the rest of the morning we were invited to the local forest where some of the students had arranged for some kegs to be brought with the typical Frat red cups you see in the movies, and we stayed drinking there till mid-afternoon. Jade and I did a ...
... U16 rugby for Scotland as a half back when he was younger. It was a fun night. Today Matt is trying out new skis, and we are looking forward to new snow which is due over the next few days. We can't believe we have had blue sky days every day since we arrived, so our muscles, mine particularly, and everyone here are wanting some fresh powder to ski on. Photos are attached. Will send another update before we leave. Catherine ...
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The setting is everything - but the rooms are comfortable and the staff efficient and friendly. What a magnificent place
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We loved the Hilton Whistler! We just returned from a week-long stay and cannot wait to return someday.
We just returned from a 6-night staying using our Hilton points. We had an excellent time. We were given an "upgraded" room with a fireplace and a large bathtub with jets. All of the linens, carpet, etc. seemed new and fresh. We tried the fireplace one night and it was too much smoke - room needs a fan or something to suck up the smoke. Location is great - just feet from lifts - with ski valet downstairs in sports shop for skis and poles. Lobby is very nice as is the restaurant. Gold status gave us coupons to use for the cold buffet. We could "upgrade" for $6 pp for the hot food. Spa was also nice - although small. I had a facial which was excellent - no main changing room though. Hotel charges a "resort fee" of about $25 per day. Gold status got it for $12 per day. Doesn't seem to include very much - it seems to be just another way to increase prices. Overall though, we were very satisfied - great way to use our points.
I have stayed at this hotel twice since it has been renovated. It is very well located, right next to the Whistler gondola and right in the heart of all the action. The rooms have been beautifully redone. The pool was nice too, as well as the hot tub! The rooms are very large, even by Whistler standards, and the buffet breakfast was delicious. It was included in our room, but I think it was only around $10, and that would be an amazing deal! Of course, you don't want to eat a huge meal if you are going skiing, but it was great.
Not worth the money
We paid over 200$ for our night at the Hilton and it was not worth it. The walls are so thin we could hear the TV from the room next to us. We had to call the hotel operator because we could not sleep. Don't you expect a quiet stay when you pay that much money? Also the hot tubs are so smalls it does not take much time you fell a little too close to the guy next to you! Go to the Pan Pacific instead!
Just finished a 5 nite stay at the Hilton Whistler Resort and Spa. We all in all had a very nice stay but there were a few kinks along the way. We arrived and were able to upgrade to a suite in the south tower. Our room had a bedroom w/ a king bed and large closet but little drawer space.
The Hilton Whistler is definitely worth the stay. We recently stayed at the Hilton Whistler for 5 nights in early Feb '06. Other than a few minor issues, we thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The location is awesome! It's located in the Main Village, just steps from the Whistler Gondola. Although we had a car, there was no need for it or even the shuttle. The valet did seem a little put-off when I moved my car from valet to self-parking. Self-parking is $20 a day and valet is $24 a day. Since the car was just going to sit, I figured why not save a few dollars.
My husband and I just returned from Whistler. We loved everything about this hotel. The staff, rooms, and food were excellent. The valet ski service made the skiing experience easier. The hotel location is superb!! This hotel is just steps from the gondolas for both mountains.
It is also right in the village close to many great shops and restaurants. We didn't need to use our car. The sunny weather, beautiful slopes and this great hotel made this vacation absolutely wonderful!!
This was my second visit to Whistler Village, but my first at the Hilton. The renovations are fantastic, nothing has been spared.
The Hilton Whistler resort has just undergone a massive renovation program and the results are spectacular. We have stayed in Whistler previously but wanted a prime location this time and we found it. Located just 50m away from the Whistler and Blackcomb mountain lifts, this place is just so convenient. Ski concierge also helps to lighten the load at the end of the day.
Just spent Christmas in Whistler and visited the restaurant and lounge-"Cinnamon Bear" in the Whistler Hilton and really enjoyed the wonderful atmosphere around the fireplace in the comfortable lounge chairs then a fabulous meal in the restaurant-great service and a lovely dinner!