Spent a full week up in Whistler and stayed at the Hilton Whistler. The location is great!! just minutes away from the slopes, the service and attention of the Hotel staff was exceptional!
- Free Wifi
Stayed twice at the Hilton. First time was February and thought the room was a bit dated. The second time was in March and I did not intend to stay there but went online for the lucky dip hotel and finished up with the Hilton again.
The bar and restaurant is great. The location is pretty good. Service is as it should be for this hotel but not exceptional. I feel other hotels in Whistler give better value as they offer bigger rooms for less price.
We stayed at the Hilton for a weekend in April. Great location at the base of the gondolas, right in the heart of Whistler Village. Very nice room with king bed, kitchenette (fridge, cooktop, microwave, dishwasher and sink - fully stocked). Blacony with a nice view of the lifts. Very clean and modern. Hotel was very nice and staff was super friendly. Would highly recommend for a weekend or longer - can't go wrong!
Me and the better half would normally ski in California, but the lack of snow in early 2012 meant we had to think different. So Whistler it was for us for the first time. But where to stay? We decided we wanted to be in the heart of the village for the wider choice of restaurants and shops and close to the lifts to minimise the amount of kit carrying. The Hilton is perfect for both. The back entrance of the hotel is under 100 yrds from the gondolas up both Whistler and Blackcomb side, and the ski shop at the back door offers ski/board valetting over night.
We opted for an open fire/breakfast bar suite and I would recommend this to anyone. My girlf was convinced it wouldn't be a real fire, it sure was. OK so you can't burn real logs, state law or somesuch says you have to burn safety logs, but you light them with real matches and they're real flames. The hotel provides 1 log/day and it burns for 3-4 hours. We fell asleep in front of the fire after a day's skiing every night. Just don't expect any actual heat from it!
If the snow in the USA is bad we'll certainly be back to Whistler, and I cannot imagine a better hotel to stay at.
California’s loss is definitely our gain. I am thrilled you had a chance to discover our corner of the world and in particular our hotel. I’m hoping you won’t have to wait for another snow drought before you visit us again,
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We usually stay at the Westin but gave this a try as Westin was booked. In terms of location and rooms it is similar to and on par with the Westin. My only gripe is that a the spa and pool area was dirty and grotty which is a major problem as we all love a hot tub after a day on the slopes. A ski valet service would be a nice touch as well! The chap at Concierge however was brilliant and is the best/most helpful concierge I have come across in Whistler over the years.