Housing Whistler’s largest guest rooms, suites, and residences, the Four Seasons Resort Whistler, is all about cozy lodge accommodation; a comforting and charming place to return to after a day of exploring the mountains or hitting the slopes. The Four Seasons Resort Whistler is the perfect Canadian mountain getaway.
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The Four Seasons Resort Whistler is tucked in at the bottom of Blackcomb Mountain, this hotel is situated in Whistler’s pedestrian-only Upper Village, known for its many galleries, boutiques, and eateries. The elegant property is one of the most luxurious places to stay in the area, offering guests ski services, an upscale spa with an array of treatments ideal for apres-ski, as well as incredible mountain panoramas.
Four Seasons Resort Whistler Rooms
There is a wide range of accommodation categories at Four Seasons Resort & Residences, Whistler, comprising four guest room types, one two-bedroom interconnecting option, seven suite types, a townhouse, and four multi-bedroom private residences.
All guest accommodations feature details such as chic wooden interiors, gas fireplaces, cozy living spaces, private balconies and pulse-slowing views out to the snowy peaks or picturesque courtyard and surrounding woodlands.
Standard room amenities include thick terry bathrobes, down duvets and pillows (hypo-allergenic pillows are available on request) and L’Occitane toiletries, plus all standard mod cons. All suites add plush separate living areas, whereas some add features such as whirlpools, dens, dining areas, and kitchens.
Resort Room (average rates from CAD255 per night)
This entry-level room type covers 520 square feet, is configured with a king bed and offers views of the courtyard or forest. Some of the Resort Rooms are accessible room types, suitable for guests with mobility requirements.
Superior Room (average rates from CAD280 per night)
The Superior Room spans 550 square feet, is configured with a king bed, and showcases views of the courtyard, forest, or mountains.
Deluxe Room (average rates from CAD365 per night)
The Deluxe Room also spans 550 square feet, can be configured with either a king bed or two twin beds, and provides views of the mountainscape or the courtyard.
Mountain View Room (average rates from CAD390 per night)
Spanning 580 square feet, this room type can be configured with a king bed or two twins, plus a sofa bed or one crib. These rooms boast some of the best views of the mountainside.
Two-Bedroom Interconnecting Deluxe Room (average rates from CAD675 per night)
This two-bedroom interconnecting room is great for families or friends traveling together. The space covers 1,100 square feet in total, boasts views of the mountains or courtyard, and can be appointed with either two king beds, or one king and two twin beds.
Four Seasons Executive Suite (average rates from CAD600 per night)
The lead-in suite type, the Four Seasons Executive Suite, extends to 800 square feet and is appointed with a king bed. Views are of the courtyard, forest, or mountains.
Deluxe Four Seasons Executive Suite (average rates from CAD650 per night)
This deluxe suite type expands to 850 square feet and is also appointed with a king bed. Views are of the courtyard, forest, or mountains.
The Alpine Suite (average rates from CAD705 per night)
Around 1,725 square feet in size, The Alpine Suite has premium views out over the surrounding mountains. The suite is appointed with a king bed.
Four Seasons Two-Bedroom Executive Suite (average rates from CAD945 per night)
For groups traveling together, the 1,350-square-foot two-bedroom suite is appointed with two king bedrooms, plus courtyard or mountain views.
The Valley Suite (average rates from CAD1,610 per night)
Similar to the category above, The Valley Suite is 1,350 square feet in size, offers two bedrooms with king beds, as well as mountain or courtyard vistas.
The Townhouse (average rates from CAD1,740 per night)
The Townhouse is 1,825 square feet, has two king bedrooms and highlights superb mountain views.
The Summit Suite (average rates from CAD1,910 per night)
Covering 1,700 square feet, The Summit Suite is comprised of two king bedrooms and premium mountain views.
The Blackcomb Suite (average rates from CAD2,210 per night)
At 2,250 square feet, The Blackcomb Suite is the largest suite type, consists of two king bedrooms, and looks out over the pool area and mountains.
Two-Bedroom Resort Residence (average rates from CAD2,220 per night)
This 1,500-square-foot residence can be appointed with either two king beds, or one king bed and one bunk bed. The views are of the forest, the valley, or the mountains.
Three-Bedroom Resort Residence (average rates from CAD2,940 per night)
Extending to 2,350 square feet, this residence has three king bedrooms.
Three-Bedroom and Den Resort Residence (average rates from CAD3,140 per night)
Spilling over 2,500 square feet, this residence also has three king bedrooms.
Four-Bedroom and Den Resort Residence (average rates from CAD3,165 per night)
The largest accommodation option at the Four Seasons, this four-bedroom residence boasts between 3,654 and 3,700 square feet of space, and can be appointed with either three king bed and one queen, or three king beds and two twin beds. There are forest, valley, or mountain views.
Four Seasons Resort Whistler Facilities & Services
- Ski and bike rental
- Shuttle service and house car for exploring Whistler
- Vintage Camper
- Heated outdoor swimming pool with three whirlpools and panoramic mountain views
- Spa with a range of wellness treatments, including high-altitude therapies and a eucalyptus steam room
- Ski concierge and ski lessons
- Library with a collection of books and board games
- Fitness center with yoga facilities
- Valet parking
- Daily wine tasting
- Tesla electric car charging stations
- Pet sitting and pet amenities (there is also a resort dog, named Maola)
- Business center
- Play room (seasonal), childcare services, kids’ activities and child-friendly amenities
- 12 event spaces, which can be used for weddings, meetings and conferences
Four Seasons Resort Whistler Dining
The Four Seasons is home to two great restaurants renowned for hearty North American fare and also has options for in-room dining and special culinary experiences.
Newly renovated and reopening on December 15th 2020, SIDECUT offers a sophisticated twist on the traditional steakhouse concept, elevating the comfort of fireside lodge dining. Executive Chef Eren Guryel heads the restaurant, drawing on his upbringing working at his parents’ steakhouse at a ski resort outside of Vermont.
The signature dish to order is the 40-day-aged beef rib-eye Long Bone, which weighs 48 ounces and is raised on Double R Ranch in Washington. Hand-cut and seasoned with the chef’s classic rubs, carnivores are sure to be impressed. Handcrafted cocktails can enjoyed at Happy Hour from 3pm to 5pm.
Braidwood Tavern is a contemporary take on the classic mountainside tavern, embracing the warmth and lively charm of Whistler. Bringing this vision to life is Chef Richard Sandoval, creating a menu of updated American favourites, playful cocktails, and craft beer offerings selected from outstanding breweries in the Sea-to-Sky region. Inspired by classic cabin architecture, the space is wrapped in rich braided wood-panelling, made from woven reclaimed pine, cedar, and spruce. With expansive tables, keeping in mind of physical distance, it’s an ideal setting to kick back with friends with a frosty pint.
In-Room Dining Experiences
The in-room dining experience is a must. The signature Balcony Breakfast is a wonderful experience. There is nothing better than enjoying breakfast in your warm and comfy robe on your own private balcony overlooking the majestic mountain views. Pack your appetite as the tiered tower breakfast includes enough food to have you skipping lunch. It includes a selection of savoury and sweet breakfast treats like avocado toast, sausage, bacon pastries, and pancakes with warm maple syrup.
Looking for a warm meal delivered to your room after enjoying the outdoors? You can order a comforting crockpot meal through the Four Seasons App, to be delivered to your room.
For something truly special, opt for one of the Four Seasons’ culinary experiences.
Table-side carving at SIDECUT combines the Long Bone with the Cedar Plank Steelhead, served family-style at your table. In the morning, start the day with a three-tier towered breakfast either in-room or al fresco, out on your private balcony.
With the arrival of Whistler’s most joyous season, the Resort team has a variety of wintertime activities for everyone to enjoy. Guests can gather around the fire pit by the Resort’s vintage patio camper and enjoy some hot chocolate and cook-your-own s’mores. If you love wine then you will love ending the evening with a sommelier’s selection of British Columbia wine tastings offered in the evenings.
Hotel address: 4591 Blackcomb Way, Whistler, British Columbia, V8E 0Y4, Canada