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The Listel Hotel Whistler
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Reviewed February 3, 2013

  • Stayed: January 2013, traveled on business
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Reviewed January 31, 2013

We were surprised how close this hotel is to both blackcomb and whistler gondolas. less than 3 min walk, maybe about 500 feet and all on paved pathways through the village. Also all the restaurants are steps from the hotel. Hotel has a hot tub which is huge plus after day of skiing. Rooms were comfortable, not large but spacious enough for our gear. We dropped car at valet and did not use it at all during our trip.

Room Tip: get one close to elevator
  • Stayed: January 2013, traveled with friends
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Reviewed January 23, 2013

Our family stayed at the Listel for 6 nights. We loved the location - we walked everywhere - to the Village Square, Marketplace, Gondola.
The lobby was a little bit dark. We arrived early and they stored our luggage so that we can go around the village. The Old Spaghetti Factory is just a few walks away.
The room was clean but you can feel a few springs from the bed. The view from our bedroom was just gorgeous.
The location was so convenient as it is very close to the lifts. We hired our equipment from the Summit so we did not need to carry our skis/snowboard to the hotel each night.
The breakfast room was good. Selection is adequate (waffle, bread, cereal, fruit, youghurt, muffin, pastries, hard-boiled egg). We bought ham and lettuce from the grocery and took it with us to add to the breakfast.
They have a self-service laundry, free wi-fi, internet, printer usage.
If you're looking for a reasonable dinner, try the Furniture Warehouse Restaurant - they serve $4.95 meals and their service is good. Our kids loved Blenz Hot Chocolate.
We had a good time at Whistler and Listel is more than adequate.

Room Tip: We requested for a room at higher level
  • Stayed: January 2013, traveled with family
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1  Thank Angel014
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Reviewed January 21, 2013

Ideal location to access the village, and a 2min walk to the ski lifts and slopes. The staff are incredibly friendly and helpful and store/retrieve all your ski and boarding equipment. The breakfast offered is limited however it is of good quality and there are many places close by if you preferred something heartier.
This was our first experience if staying in whistler and would certainly return and stay at the Listel

  • Stayed: January 2013
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1  Thank meljen60
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Reviewed January 19, 2013

Stayed here for an intense 2 weeks skiing over christmas. Hotel is in a great location, literally 5 minutes to the main lift stations. If you're here to ski, and just need somewhere to sleep, it's a fine place. The decor is 'dated', and compared to the other nearby hotels (Crystal, Hilton etc), it does not have any atmosphere (for example, you wouldn't want to wait long in the 'lounge' at the Listel).
The other main downside is that the noise insulation between rooms, and particularly between floors, is poor, and we were woken several times by noise from upstairs. If you're a light sleeper, ask for a room on 3rd floor. Noise from _outside_ was not a problem - we overlooked the driveway to the Hilton, and rarely heard the traffic.
Breakfast was included, and was 'better than average' for an included buffet - fresh fruit, muffins etc each day, waffles, cereal, some truly dire coffee from a machine.
The most surreal part is that Bearfoot bistro is an integral part of the hotel - a seriously glitzy (and expensive) champagne bar/high end restaurant. You might want to check your credit card before entry!
The top tip - the hot tub. It's indoor, but seats at least 6, and was rarely busy whilst we were there - plenty hot enough, and the FoH staff will give you plastic cups if you want to take in 'refreshment'. The FoH staff were invariably friendly and efficient, and actually had personalities - unlike many staff in normal hotels.
All in all, I'd certainly go back.

Room Tip: 3rd floor is quitest; end of corridor away from lifts also reduces noise.
  • Stayed: December 2012, traveled as a couple
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