Nita Lake Lodge

Whistler’s only lakefront property delivers something different from the big hotels in this British Columbia resort. Expect a wide range of wellness offerings, from water activities and cycling to a top-notch spa service.

The resort is very dog-friendly (so if you can’t bring yours, you might at least be able to pet a few!), and families can book connecting rooms allowing them to spend quality time together in the great outdoors. This is a fantastic place to kayak in summer, ski in winter and drink in those epic mountain views from a hot tub all year round.

Facilities & Activities

The hotel’s location makes it ripe for both land and water activities – and all the equipment is at your fingertips. There are complimentary paddleboards, canoes and kayaks in summer. You can also borrow cruiser bikes for free, perfect for exploring nearby forest paths and bike trails before the snow arrives.

In winter, free lockers close the the mountain base make it easy to leave your ski gear there instead of heaving it back to your room every day.

The award-winning spa is a tranquil space, offering massages, facials and even medical spa treatments such as chemical peels. It also has a great range of aesthetics and pedicures. Indulge in the signature treatment and emerge feeling revived – it incorporates a Himalayan salt body scrub and super moisturising mud wrap.

The hotel has a contemporary gym (booking required), and hotel guests receive a discount on personal training sessions. Prefer to ease your muscles in warm water with a superb mountain view? The hotel’s hot tub and plunge pool are open daily from 8am until 10pm.

A free shuttle whisks you to the heart of Whistler Village (and back) in around ten minutes.

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Choose from three restaurants, each with its own distinct style and flavour. Open for breakfast and dinner, The Den serves local, seasonal fare in a low-lit and laid-back setting. Some herbs and veggies hail from the hotel garden, while meats and cheeses are artisan quality. There is a good range of plant-based options, such as beet carpaccio served with poached pears and taro crisps. The menu is creative, with sides of maple-whipped yams and truffle mash. Breakfast is just as hearty – think bottomless eggs benedict and blueberry pancakes with whipped cream.

For lighter bites and your daily dose of caffeine, try Fix Cafe. It serves locally roasted coffee, house-made pizzas, craft beer and pastries. Healthy juices and colourful doughnuts sit side-by-side, offering something for everyone from 6.30am until 4pm.

With leather couches, neon lighting, a cosy fire and bold shades of red throughout, Cure Lounge & Patio is a fun place to sample cocktails and a BC-heavy wine list while overlooking the lake. The all-day menu ranges from small bites to burgers.


Divided into ten categories, the 77 spacious suites all feature king-sized beds, gas fireplaces and a contemporary ski chalet style. The colour palette is neutral, with crisp white linen that pops against mostly dark furnishings. Bathrooms have double soaker tubs, heated floors and rainfall showers. The little kitchen zones are complete with a sink, microwave, fridge, coffee maker and kettle.

The largest – and most luxurious – room is the Glade Suite, which spreads over two floors. Up to six guests can enjoy the views of Whistler Mountain from its high-ceilinged living room or the private rooftop terrace. At the other end of the scale, the Studio Suite still has a little lounge area, L’Occitane toiletries and a rustic mountain lodge feel.

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Families are well catered for, with a host of activities come summer or winter, great accommodation options and restaurants catering to younger taste buds. Cure Lounge & Patio is family-friendly, with a children’s menu featuring raw veggie sticks, pasta dishes, cookies and milk for dessert.

The 38 sets of connecting rooms make it easy for families to stay here, and additional beds and cots do not incur an extra charge. The one-bedroom suites are a good choice for a small family (up to four), with a pullout sofa in the living area, which is separated from the bedroom by a three-quarter length wall. Two-bedroom suites offer more space for larger families (up to six people). They also have optional add-ons for parents wishing to splash out on extra luxuries, such as a lake view, extra lounging areas or even a private elevator entrance.


Green practices at Nita Lake Lodge include recycling, composting, and chemical-free cleaning supplies. There are complimentary electric vehicle charging stations and takeaway food items come in compostable containers. Around the resort, you’ll find energy-efficient lighting, and the property is heated and cooled with geothermal energy.


As its name suggests, Nita Lake Lodge is located on the shores of Nita Lake, around ten minutes by road from Whistler Village. The property is just across the road from Whistler’s Creekside Gondola, perfect for ski hounds or those keen to explore this area’s own village atmosphere and boutiques.

The Lodge is also located on the Valley Trail, a 44-kilometre route for hiking, cycling and in-line skating. Guests looking for a cultural experience could head to the Audauin Art Museum or the Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre where you can learn more about Whistler’s indigenous First Nations people.

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