Four Seasons Resort & Residences Whistler

Nestled at the foot of Whistler’s majestic Blackcomb mountain, this luxurious five star hotel and resort deftly marries rustic mountain charm with modern European elegance.

Just minutes from the slopes and town centre shops and restaurants the hotel has a perfect location. After a day of adventure unwind in the outdoor heated pool, sip a cocktail in the hot tub overlooking the mountains or try a treatment in the fabulous onsite Spa (we think you’ll love the maple syrup and brown sugar scrub!) But it’s the service here that really sets your experience apart. With extras like a dedicated ski concierge who will prepare your ski equipment for the slopes each day it’s little wonder the hotel has won a prestigious AAA Five Diamond Award.

Facilities & Activities

There is plenty to keep even the most active outdoor enthusiast busy here in winter and summer. In the colder months skiing, snowshoeing, sleigh rides, skating and glacier skiing are on offer. In the warmer weather choose from rafting, hiking, mountaineering, mountain biking, kayaking and golf.

After a hard day of outdoor pursuits the hotel has plenty of complimentary activities too. There is a fully equipped Fitness Centre open 24 hours a day, with eucalyptus steam room, whirlpool and fitness and yoga classes.  You will find it hard to stroll far from the freeform heated outdoor pool with three poolside hot spring-style whirlpools and heated pool deck is a steamy oasis offering panoramic views of the Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains.

The world-class onsite spa has 15 treatment rooms and a vast range of treatments using beautiful products made from natural ingredients including mud from British Columbian lakes. Some treatments are also available in your hotel room.

Wine connoisseurs will enjoy the daily Wine Tastings from the hotel’s fantastic cellar containing more than 200 wines. There is also a free shuttle service into Whistler Village.

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There are many fantastic restaurants in Whistler, but the hotel’s own Sidecut Restaurant, named after the curvature on the side of a ski or snowboard, is really worth a visit. The views of the Whistler and Blackcomb mountains are fabulous and in winter there is a cosy setting with open fire and sleek wood interior. In the summer try fine dining on the spacious heated patio with outdoor fireplace. The chef here will create you your own rub and cook your steak in front of you. Fresh halibut and wild salmon are also a specialty. The restaurant is open for breakfast and dinner, though is closed on Sunday and Monday evenings.

The Sidecut Bar is open for lunch and dinner and has a welcoming lounge with a relaxed atmosphere. Local musicians provide the perfect soundtrack for an enjoyable evening here.

Guests can also order a Lunch on the Go or Gourmet lunchbox and room service is also on offer.


The hotel provides an excellent range of accommodation for a wide range of requirements. There are 273 Guest Rooms, including 95 Suites and 21 Private Residences.  Rooms are large yet cosy with stone fireplaces and superb views and feature private or step-out balconies, HDTV’s with DVD player, wireless internet, in-room safe, bar and tea and coffee maker. All bathrooms are spacious and luxurious with deep tubs and thick bathrobes.

Resort Rooms offer a cosy wood interior, with king size bed, gas fireplace and views of the courtyard or forest. Superior Rooms are slightly larger whilst a sofa bed can be placed in a Deluxe Room.

The Two Bedroom Interconnecting Deluxe Rooms offer the ideal room configuration for families and have one king size bed and 2 twin beds, together with 2 sofa beds and 2 full bathrooms.

Premier Rooms feature the best available views of the mountains and have one king size bed or 2 twin beds, together with a sofa bed.

Four Seasons Executive Suites feature a bedroom with king size bed and separate living room with sofa bed whilst the Deluxe version are larger and have an extra ‘guest powder room’ with shower!

One Bedroom Premier Suites feature premium views of the surrounding mountains and have one king size bed, one full bathroom and a guest powder room, together with in-room laundry facilities. Two Bedroom Four Seasons Executive Suites have 2 king beds, a sofa bed in the separate living room and 2 full bathrooms.  Two Bedroom and Den Townhouses have a king size bed in each bedroom and a sofa bed in the den, 3 HDTVs, full kitchen with dining area, refrigerated bar, master bedroom en-suite, 2 guest powder rooms with showers and in-room laundry facilities.

Lucky enough to stay longer?  The hotel also has 2, 3 and 4 bedroom Residences for those seeking the ultimate ‘home from home’!

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The hotel is extremely family friendly. All children are given a personalised children’s newsletter, stuffed toy and bathrobe on arrival. Safety items are also available to childproof guest rooms plus cots, high chairs, playpens, children’s toiletries, toys, books, board games and TV. All meals for children aged under 5 are free from the extensive Kid’s menu in the Sidecut Restaurant. Marshmallows at the fire pit, plus hot chocolate and lemonade are included for children on a seasonal basis and 9-18 year olds can order room service.

The hotel also offers evening entertainment for children and an excellent range of summer and winter activities including a junior golf programme, a kids luge and summer dog sledding. A chargeable babysitting service is available with 24 hours’ notice.

No additional charge is made for under 18s occupying the same guest room as their parents, space permitting. Special rates may be available for 2 adults and 2 children aged under 18 occupying 2 rooms, subject to availability.

The Two Bedroom Interconnecting Deluxe Rooms offer the ideal room configuration for families and have one king size bed and 2 twin beds, together with 2 sofa beds and 2 full bathrooms.

Four Seasons Executive Suites are also well suited to families with a bedroom with king size bed and separate living room with sofa bed.


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Named after the furry marmots that populate the area and whistle like deflating balloons, Whistler is monumental in scale, with its summit glaciers and backdrop towering Whistler and Blackcomb mountains.  It is the largest ski resort in North America and was host to the 2010 Winter Olympics yet remains a charming, pedestrianised village with many shops and restaurants.

Vancouver International Airport is a 10-hour flight from the UK and the hotel is a 2.5 hour transfer by road from there.

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