Four Seasons Resort Whistler

4591 Blackcomb Way, Whistler, British Columbia, Canada
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  • The large saltwater pool and hot tub area has many secluded nooks and crannies in which you can escape for a soak.
  • Service is luxurious, and the facilities are of a Five Diamond standard – including 24 hour in-room dining, twice daily housekeeping, and a slope-side ski valet staffed by Four Seasons.
  • As far as Four Seasons hotels go, this one is great value.
  • You can chat with the Head Chef or the General Manager at the complimentary wine and cheese evenings (held every night).
  • Service is intimate and highly personalized.
  • The hotel’s ‘farm-to-table’ restaurant Sidecut serves delicious steaks.
  • Yoga, Zumba and spin classes are free for hotel guests.

Scout tips

  • The hotel is located in the upper part of Blackcomb Village – a 10 minute walk to the main Whistler Village area. It can feel a little out of the action (which in turn makes it very quiet).
  • Your skis and boots are stored at the ski valet building at the base of Blackcomb Mountain. The hotel’s private shuttles run there on a loop starting at 7.30am.
  • Valet Parking is charged at $35 (plus tax) per night.
  • Guests have access to two Mercedes Benz cars for transport around the Whistler area.


For a ski resort the size and quality of Whistler Blackcomb, one would expect outrageous prices at all the 5 star hotels. Which is why it comes as a pleasant surprise that they’re all significantly cheaper than their counterparts in places like Vail, Aspen and Jackson Hole.

Four Seasons Whistler offers exceptional value for money – during the high season, a night in a entry-level room here sells for around US$450 per night, including all taxes. Compare that to the Four Seasons Aspen ($938) and Jackson Hole ($587) and it starts to look like a veritable bargain.

Not only is the price reasonable, but you can also expect to receive the same standard of service that Four Seasons hotels are renowned for the world over. Service is one of the hotel’s key differentiators – with every little detail thought about and taken care of.

The ski valet service, for instance, is excellent. From the moment you arrive at the hotel, your skis and boots will be promptly whisked away to the ski valet room at the base of Blackcomb Mountain. Additionally, hot chocolate is served all day long in the lobby, and complimentary s’mores are available for roasting by the fire.  

As for the décor, it has a modern lodge-style feel that’s elegant and luxurious. The hotel rooms are all fairly large (the smallest is 580 square feet) and are filled with luxury touches such as down pillows, fireplaces, large soaking tubs, and huge walk-in closets. Upgrade to a Deluxe room and you’ll get a sofa bed that’s perfect for little kids, while the Executive Suites are 980 square feet and include a separate bedroom.

If you don’t feel like making a trip into the village, the hotel has two great dining options: Sidecut Steakhouse which is famous for its BBQ rubs (you can buy them to take away), and Fifty Two 80 Bistro & Bar, which is offers more of a casual apres scene with live music, an ice bar, and fantastic cocktails. 

Who should stay here

Four Seasons Whistler would suit couples who are seeking a romantic escape or an upscale family vacation where the staff take all the effort out of getting to the slopes in the morning.

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