Our room had a great view of the mountain (Room 242), and it was in front of the "Village Square", which was good and bad. Whistler is not a quiet place at all, so if your room faces the Square, expect to be disturbed until at least midnight by outside noise.
Other than that, Ravens woke us up every day early morning, which was OK because they haven't insisted afterwards.
The room itself was cozy, the bathroom was decent (hot tub, not a jacuzzi, so no jets there), and the bed and linens were excelent. Our main problem with the room is darkness. There was no ceiling illumination, only a few lamps scatered across the room. Also, no toaster, just a microwave and a small coffee machine are available.
We needed help from the front-desk a couple times (not related to our room, but regarding tips and tricks of whistler) and they were always very friendly, helpful and knowledgeable about Whistler blackcomb and trails around it. Adam and Petra helped us a whole bunch regarding tips-n-tricks and activities booking for a day in the mountain.More
- Free Wifi
- Breakfast included
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