Our first room was not quite up to the Four Seasons standards like missing sleepers in the room and phones not working and etc. So for a small fee, we were upgraded to a better room and after that, it was perfect. Snowing outside, fireplace keeping us cozy inside, it was amazing. Staffs were friendly and we were treated well.
Traveller from Vancouver, BC
Located near Whistler Village, the pedestrian-only district that features dining, nightlife and shopping, this elegant …More
Stayed at the Adara because it was the cheapest within the village. While there was nothing outstandingly wrong it with, just be aware that you get what you pay for. It’s clearly an older hotel that’s been renovated so while things look nice on the surface if you look too close you’ll see the cracks (i.e. very dingy shower). Also, we went up to whistler primarily to relax, which included using hot tub. The staff failed to mention upon check in that the hot tub was down for renovations, so we found by arriving at it in our bathing suits and robes. Pretty disappointing, especially because a prior review from the summer said the hot tub was being renovated, so why 3-4 months later and 2 weeks from the mountain opening was it still not up for use? Hotel did provide free coffee and snacks which was a nice touch. 3/5 stars overall.
Traveller from Vancouver
Located 200 m from Village Square, Adara Hotel provides easy access to shopping, dining, skiing, and golf. The Whistler …More
Spacious room, friendly staff, great service. Only downside was kids (or maybe adults?) stomping and running around upstairs. But that really doesnt have to do with the hotel, so I'm giving it 5 stars :)
Located near the slopes, this Blackcomb condo is in the mountains, within a 15-minute walk of Squamish Lil'wat Cultural …More
Hotel is nice, staff friendly, Rooms are nice, clean and in good condition. Beds and linen are clean and look and feel new. Has an elevator which is great as not all places do in Whistler. Great location and fantastic restaurant Bearfoot Bistro (fine dining).
The Listel Hotel Whistler is ideally located at the heart of the village, close to the bike park and only a few minutes’ walk …More
Situated between Blackcomb and Whistler mountains, this pedestrian-only village is home to hundreds of shops, restaurants, and nightclubs. Whistler, along with Vancouver, is co-host of the 2010 Winter Olympic Games. Whistler will host the men’s and women’s slalom, giant slalom, bobsled, luge, and skeleton events. In warmer months, mountain biking, hiking, and zip-lining are popular activities.