The Whistler magic…
If you are tossing up which of Whistler’s three areas to stay in, my vote is for the Village as it gives you the very best of the Whistler experience. The village stroll is based on a European Alpine streetscape and is full of fabulous shops, bars and restaurants. The downside is there is a lot of fun to be had in this part of town so if you need to be in bed early for whatever reason, then opt for the quieter, high end, Upper Village. I wouldn’t bother considering Creekside unless you want to be completely removed from all of Whistler’s most alluring scenery and action.
If you do choose the village then for me there are only two options (because of noise considerations) and I’ve just stayed at both; The Sundial and the Pan Pacific Mountainside. Both are at the bottom of the gondolas and both have amazing views. The Pan Pacific is larger and has more amenities such as the shuttle which drops you where you want to go, allowing you to explore the outer reaches of Whistler. The Sundial has larger rooms but they are not as modern as The Pan Pacific and the décor could definitely do with a chic makeover. The Sundial has rooms with private hot tubs where the Pan Pacific has one pool/hot tub area only where lots of younger revellers tend to hang out which could be a bit intimidating for families.
In summary if you want great value and good times then head for the Pan Pacific but if you want a smaller more family orientated place choose the Sundial where the staff really take customer service seriously. Either way, request a high floor to combat the noise and be captivated by that magical Whistler scenery.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Sundial Boutique Hotel is located in the heart of Whistler Village right next to the Whistler and Blackcomb Gondolas. This location in Whistler Village makes it convenient for shopping, dining, and enjoying all the entertainment Whistler has to offer. All 49 luxurious one and two bedroom suites feature master bedrooms, full kitchens, flat screen tv's and gas fireplaces, including eight suites with private outdoor hot tubs. Personal service is not just a philosophy here, but a part of the way each day unfolds. Sundial Boutique Hotel suites provide breathtaking views of the mountains, and complimentary amenities such as high speed wireless internet, local phone calls, roof top hot tub, and ski concierge services ensure you have all the modern conveniences of home. Outdoor heated pool access is provided in the summer months (June - September) and the rooftop hot tub is open year round. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Sundial Boutique Whistler
- Hotel Sundial Boutique