This hotel is just ok in my view. On the positive side, it is a decent price in Whistler which still means you pay a lot for what you get, and it is centrally located with underground parking. On the negative, it was hot and there was no central air, just a portable A/C unit for the living room and a fan for the bedroom. We were given a "suite" with one bedroom, sofa bed in the living room and a kitchenette, but the size of the room wasn't much bigger than a larger studio room that would have two queens and maybe a desk - so it felt kind of "tight" being all chopped up with walls. I'm not sure but for some reason I think all the rooms are suites and I just personally prefer to openness of a studio style room, and essentially never need a kitchenette. The bedroom was small, hot and had no windows and the pull out couch didn't look very comfortable, but with two almost teens who think a pull out couch is totally cool we made due. I've stayed in other places in Whistler before and think that even though I'd be looking at maybe another $100 a night in some cases it will likely be worth it to stay elsewhere next time. If I were on a tight budget I probably wouldn't be going to Whistler where nothing is cheap, but this hotel is a good lower cost choice for sure. Oh yeah, no pool, just a hot tub - was a problem with kids that like to hit the hotel pool and a dad that likes it when the kids are in the hotel pool for a while.
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- Also Known As:
- Holiday Inn Whistler Village Hotel Whistler
- Whistler Holiday Inn