My Girlfriend and I who live in Vancouver booked a trip to Whistler a month in advance. We went online to scope out the best deals and ended up booking a 3-night stay at the Cascade Lodge Hotel, 2-day lift passes, and Ski-Rentals for 2 days for one person as my GF has her own snowboard set-up. The total cost was just over $900.00, which we felt was pretty descent. The lady we were put in touch with was very helpful and accommodating, and we asked for a half kitchen as we wanted to bring food so we weren't eating in the village everyday. To save money we didn't mind that Cascade was a 2 minute walk from the Village. We were set!
When we arrived at the Hotel we checked in and were informed of a $55.00 charge for parking for the days we were staying. This is something I feel should have been brought up when booking and was a surprise to me. We then proceeded to bring our stuff up to the room. When we arrived to Room 301 there was 1 door that said 301 & 303, we used are key card to open that door and to our left was a door to room 303 and to the right was our room. We didn't think to much of it, but I had felt that would be more for families having conjoined rooms and not for a couple, call me picky but it's nice to have privacy and this was not brought to our attention while booking. It wasn't an issue until our neighbors came home while we were sleeping and it sounded like they were busting through our door, you could hear them talking clearly and both doors slamming. We then heard them again in the morning, the same thing. I'm a heavy sleeper and so is my GF and we both awoke startled as it sounded like people were breaking into our room. I don't like to complain, and I have been on the other side of coming home late and not realizing how loud i'm being. It bugged me that this wasn't mentioned and after spending good money to have this Vacation we didn't want to be disturbed again. We talked to the lady at the Front Desk and she told us that if we wanted to switch rooms it would be a $65.00 Housekeeping fee? I thought that was a little ridiculous, so we sucked it up and they ended up talking to our neighbors who were gone the next day anyways. The half kitchen was a Sink, Two Stove-top Elements, Dishwasher, and a Microwave. No Oven! It was mostly are bad for not inquiring but we had prepped food that we wanted to heat up in the oven and had to use the microwave which was disappointing. The bed & shower were the best part of the room.
- Also Known As:
- Whistler Cascade Hotel Whistler
- Whistler Cascade Hotel
- Cascade Lodge Whistler
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Whistler Cascade Lodge Hotel is a six-story all-suite hotel. Some room highlights include luxurious linens, pillow top mattresses and LCD HD flat screen televisions. ... more less
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