Delta Whistler Village Suites
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDelta Whistler Village Suites
The lodge accommodation is comfortable and well appointed. The village has a great atmosphere which makes the stay even more enjoyable.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Delta Whistler Village Suites
Delta Whistler - fantastic hotel
We stayed at the Delta over Christmas and had a great time. We had booked a one bedroom suite for just my husband and I but the hotel were quite happy for my daughter (who is working in Whistler for the ski season) to stay with us most nights at no extra cost. The suites have evrything that you need and are well located in the village. The only slight down side is the distance to the gondolas - only about 5 minutes walk but seems longer when wearing ski boots and carrying skis. Other than that I could not find fault with the place and would certainly stay there again
1st class Whistler Village hotel
We stayed here for 2 nights at the end of July 2004 and wished we had stayed for a third day. We had a 1 bed suite and although the bedroom area was a little cramped the rest of the suite had everything you could wish for including your own washing machine and tumble dryer. The foyer staff were a little fawning making you feel slightly uncomfortable. The hotel was centrally located in Whistler Village, making easy walking distance to both Blackcomb and Whistler Mountain Gondolas which were both open during the summer.
In beautiful Whistler
We stayed in the beginning of September, 2004. The hotel looks fairly new; the rooms looked good as well. Some studio rooms have balconies; we had a mini-kitchenette with microwave, coffeemaker and supplies for making coffee/tea. Parking is underground and can be expensive. Check their website for specials, especially for rates including parking. Staff is friendly and helpful.
Favourite place to stay in Whistler
We're a family of 4 and have stayed here for the past 3 winters, and will be staying here this coming winter yet again. Pluses - well equipped rooms, with everything one needs - washer/dryer, dishwasher, stove etc. Location is good, about 5 mins walk to the gondolas. Minuses - rooms are a tad small.
The big differentiator is the staff , who are absolutely excellent - they are always welcoming and helpful, and recognised us the second and third stays. We had problems with the washer once, and they fixed it immediately. When I tore my ACL, they even sent up a free movie.
We have no interest in looking for another place to stay in Whistler.
I absolutely LOVED this hotel
My husband and I went there on our honeymoon for Christmas. It was absolutely beautiful, and the hotel staff was Excellent.
Fresh ideas about service
Stayed recently in a 2 bedroom suite with my wife and 7 year old daughter. On the evening of our first day there we were called by the front desk and asked if there were anything we needed. I mentioned all was well but that a table would be great as my laptop was on the floor (the broadband access point was not conveniently located). Shortly after the maintenace guys showed up with a perfect table! I was suitably impressed.
Delta Suites great for families & groups!
We have been to Whistler 4x, and the 2nd time we stayed at the Delta Suites. We are a family of 5 and we had a 2 br suite. The master bedroom had queen size bed & tv. The 2nd bedroom had a bunk bed with full below and twin on top, tv, mini fridge & microwave (I think these are rented as studios suites). The bathroom connects from the master bedroom and the hall off of the living room. The living room had gas fireplace (very nice!), sofa bed, big tv, deck overlooking the square, full kitchen, table for 6 and washer & dryer. The unit was very clean and in excellent condition.The hotel facilities are nice... we enjoyed the outdoor pool. We cooked all of our breakfasts, had lunch on the slopes, and every other night had dinner in. Since our unit was large enough we did not use the hotel ski valet, but that was convenient for sharpening and waxing.The only negative in our minds is the distance from the lifts... it is quite a hike to and from the gondola in ski boots, espedcially with kids. There is a shuttle, but we rarely had patience to wait for that as the one time we did it took a,ong time and we could have walked there by then. Other than getting back & forth to the ski slopes the location of the Delta Suites is great. Convenient to gorcery store, shops & restaurants.
Great Place to stay
The rooms and bathroom are both spacious and very clean and great location right in the village. Will stay here again The pool is abit small if your kids like to swim.. not the greatest pool
Pricey, but nice and well located
I only stayed one night, we booked a suite for my mother bday and my family was vry impressed with the room. I liked the fact that it was right in the village and walking distance to everything. The staff made a huge effort to make sure everything was to our standards. I have only have one complaint, it was the hotel keys, you can only use the elevator with the hotel keys or the elevator won't move. It was so annoying because half the time the key wouldn't work and others in the hotel also found the same problem. Other than that, it was a beautiful 2 bedroom suite, with everything you need. It is pricey but worth it. I would stay here again. If you need any other information, feel free to email me at email@example.com
Stayed many times. Hotel accomadates both kids and Pets. Rooms are very spacious and well decorated. Have even been upgraded for no reason.
Staff is always extremly nice to deal with and it is a very central location.
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