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Historical Traveler Reviews Sundial Boutique Hotel Whistler
What an experience
What a fantastic hotel. Great rooms, spectacular views and located in the center of everything. We will definitely be back!
Great Hotel. We stayed here for 3 nights in min-July and truly enjoyed the hotel. Normally we stay at the Westin, however, I thought I would try something new. The rooms at the Sundial are HUGE! They are all suites, so the kitchen is very nice, with a great table. The bathroom was very large and clean and the bedroom was a a great size too. Nicely decorated and we had a great view of the mountain. The hotel is right in the center of the village, just off the mountain. Fantastic location, but yes, if the windows are all open you may hear some outside noise. Good rates too...the only downside is that there is no restaurant / pool on site. I would stay here again (and I'm picky too!!). Bottom line: perfect location, large rooms, great decor, very clean, good rate.
I stayed at the Sundial June 06th/04 and was amazed at how big the rooms . We have 3 children and we stayed for 5 days and felt right at home.
I can't wait to come back and try out there suite with the private hot tub.
Staff were excellent
Great hotel. Fabulous location. The staff were incredible!
Sundial is nice and located conveninetly inside the village. We were on the 5th floor (507) and unfortunately a few feet below was a sitting area. We went in May and there were so many teenagers who were up late (till 3am!) talking/laughing so it was noisy. PRoblem was AC is only in living area not in the bedroom so you end up opening the window. If you travel during the winter that may be another story. Nobody would be outside in the cold and no need for AC. They also didnt have a soap dish or soap holder in the bathroom. It was nicely decorated but not designed functionally. I also tried their Spa on the 2f which had a special for $55/hour swedish massage. It was not bad for the rate. But if there were no specials you may be better off paying an extra $20 and have your massage at Westin (where there is a nice spa ambiance).
The Sundial Boutique Hotel was fabulous. My room over looked the village and I had a great view of the mountains from my private hot tub. Service was exceptional 4 stars.
I recently stayed at the sundial and it is by far the best Ski in -out hotel in whistler. I had a private hot tub over looking the village on a full moon. WOW. Service was impeccable
I was in whistler last week and saw the renovation changes, and they are incredible. The Sundial Hotel will be the best ski in /ski out hotel in whistler. The hotel has 8 suites with private out door hot tubs over looking the mountain and village.
Great location - literally right next to Blackcomb Mountain in the Village. Even had a private hot tub that came with our room. Service was excellent - definitely recommend for those who want to be near the action.
The westbrook hotel is the best kept secret. 49 rooms with private hot tubs . WOW