As host to the 2010 Winter Olympics and a huge international ski destination Whistler Blackcomb is brimming with high-end choices, amenities and accommodations. Every experience on a Whistler luxury ski vacation is topnotch, literally; the scenic PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola which offers breathtaking views of the resort and a gorgeous juxtapose of the rugged snow-capped mountains and lush evergreen forests. You’ll be blown away by the long list fine-dining options, as well as luxury hotels, ski in, ski out condos, world-class spas and shopping. A Whistler luxury ski vacation is yours for the taking…
Four Seasons Whistler offers comfort, and a scenic splendor of one of North America's top mountain resorts. Adjacent to Blackcomb Adventure Zone, and less than 250 yards from the Blackcomb base chairlifts, Four Seasons provides easy access to Whistler Blackcomb Mountains, a superb spa, mountainside dining and wilderness adventures year-round. Four Seasons Resort Whistler's 273 guest rooms, suites and townhouses are generously sized and capture the spirit of a luxurious mountain residence with cozy wood. The ultra-spacious bathrooms are warm and inviting, with Four Seasons signature features: deep soaking tub, separate glass-enclosed shower and large double vanity.
Nestled at the foot of Blackcomb and Whistler Mountains, the Fairmont Chateau Whistler is one of North America's top ski resort hotels. Impeccable service, outstanding cuisine, and luxurious accommodation define The Fairmont Chateau Whistler. The 550-room Fairmont Chateau Whistler has tastefully designed rooms with spectacular mountain or village views with many different types of rooms and suites to suit your needs. Step through the doors of The Fairmont Chateau Whistler and allow yourself to be whisked away by supreme luxury, sublime cuisine, designer golf courses, a rejuvenating spa, and an unforgettable ski experience.
If you’re looking for a unique Whistler luxury hotel, then Nita Lake Lodge should be a top-of-mind choice. Located just minutes from the base of Whistler Mountain, this boutique hotel offers a convenient locale with a lakeside view. Nita Lake’s wellness spa and retro-chic restaurant are among a few of the hotel’s the distinctive features.
The Whistler fine dining scene offers foodies and connoisseurs alike, a fleet of restaurants to choose from. Foodies with a penchant for locally sourced menu items mustn’t miss internationally-famed Araxi. Executive Chef James Walt sources produce and ingredients from nearby Pemberton Valley farms, as well as locally caught Pacific seafood (don’t forget the ocean is a mere 77 miles from Whistler). The menu changes seasonally to match the local availability, so there’s options ranging from rabbit and steak, to oysters and other raw bar delicacies, to local mushrooms. Finer diners looking for a complete experience will be pleased with Araxi’s ambiance, fresh décor and knowledgeable staff. For equally impeccable service and an inviting Venetian atmosphere Quattro at Whistler will delight those in search of contemporary, out-of-this-world Italian cuisine. And for a fresh, light meal, a visit to Trattoria di Umberto is a must.
And these are just a few of Whistler’s best, the fine-dining options seem endless. But if you’re looking for a cream of the crop experience head to Bearfoot Bistro. Wine connoisseurs will delight in Bearfoot’s extensive underground cellar. Award-winning Executive Chef Melissa Craig creates an interesting modern Canadian menu, sure to dazzle the most judicious epicureans.