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Reviewed July 2, 2019 via mobile

We stayed in a 3 bedroom suite and it was absolutely amazing. Each had an en-suite. Kitchen had everything we needed. Pools and hot tub were perfect. Only issue was our key cards weren’t working properly. Other than that we loved it

Date of stay: June 2019
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Thank tanziear
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Reviewed March 30, 2019 via mobile

We spent the week March 18th - 25th at this facility. It was a great place for my family. It has equipment lockers and a ski entrance on the bottom floor. When you exit the ski access door you are maybe 250 feet from the Creekside gondola. It was spring break week so the slopes were busy but the Creekside gondola never seemed to be busy or have long lines. We had a three bedroom unit with bunk beds on one of the bedrooms and we were comfortable with 4 adults and 4 children. The exercise room was sufficient and the pool and hot tub were excellent. We enjoyed the easy access via taxi and bus to the main village but not having the crowds that the main village had. In summary I would recommend this location to anyone looking for a nice place for a family stay.

Date of stay: March 2019
Trip type: Traveled with family
Thank bhenley
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Reviewed March 29, 2019 via mobile

This is our new favorite place in Whistler. The location is amazing. We could literally crawl home from Dusty’s! The Creekside area was quiet at night, even with a room that faced Dusty’s patio. The units have lots of space and daily room service. There’s plenty of underground parking. The ski locker room is steps from the gondola. The pool area is large and has separate adult and family whirlpools. We hung out in the party room on multiple nights, and watched March Madness in the theater room. For the price, location, and quality of stay, we have not found a cheaper option, especially compared with top US resorts. We will be back!

Date of stay: March 2019
Thank MNBBadger
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Reviewed March 29, 2019 via mobile

3 years ago my wife and I spent our anniversary in Whistler/Creekside at First Tracks, Legend’s sister property across the plaza. First Tracks was great, and after reading the reviews on Legends, a slightly more affordable and 3-bedroom option, we decided to bring the entire family (7 people total: wife and me, one college-aged, two in high school, two in elementary) on Spring Break. With a family this size, we are budget minded, so I look for the most bang for the buck.

If you stayed at First Tracks before like we did, Legends is going to be noisier in general - more kids and families. Our 3 bedroom faced the mountain, the pool and backed up to the side of Dusty’s BBQ, so we heard kids playing in the pool all the time. On Wednesday nights and the weekends, Dusty’s has live music that can be heard within the unit - come with some expectations that you are not going to have the quiet of a condo mid-mountain. Though Creekside is quieter than the village, in the three years since we’ve last been here, it’s growing up. There is a lot more here than before, and with that is more traffic.

The noise usually subsided at the latest by 11:30pm.

The 3 bedroom was sufficient in size for our family. We are big people (we have one 6’7’’ college-aged son and another soon to be college football player, for instance) and never felt cramped. Beds were comfortable - 1 king, a double/twin bunk, two twins and a pull out couch - 7 beds total. Two large bathrooms were great too.

The kitchen allowed us to cook most of our meals, thanks to a full-sized oven and refrigerator. (Thank you Costco in Vancouver for feeding this family inexpensively). The Creekside market across the street was super convienient for grabbing last minute necessities, though it is pricey when buying fresh food (meat, dairy, etc.) Other items are more reasonable. A dining table with seating for 8 was great for family meals.

We stored our ski equipment in the provided lockers downstairs (bring an extra combo lock if you need more than one locker - Legends only provides one), and it took us all of 2 minutes to walk to the gondola. The gondola and then the Big Red chair get you to anywhere on either mountain - though to get back to Creekside base, you’ll need to be a solid blue run skier or else you will need to download on the gondola to get back - which is not a big deal for little kids.

Housekeeping was hit or miss. One day towels were replenished and beds made, but everything else was left. Another day, one housekeeper spent an hour scouring the place. Seems consistent with other reviews.

Parking was ample, indoor, but you pay C15/night for it.

We skied in late March. Whistler’s low elevation meant warm village temps (10C/50F) and true spring skiing. Icy on top, decent mid mountain and slushy lower. Truly variable - It will force you to be better. We enjoyed skiing in December/January better, but all in all not bad in late March. The afternoon sun did heat up the condo a bit, so we had to open doors to cool the place down.

We brought PS4 and plugged it into the TV via HDMI and watched movies through the provided internet. Slow, but sufficient to download a rented, streamed movie.

First Tracks was a 5 for us. Legends a solid 4. Both did not disappoint.

Date of stay: March 2019
Trip type: Traveled with family
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Reviewed February 1, 2019

This is our second stay at The Legends and it was as awesome as last time! Originally I chose the hotel because it offers ski in/ ski out access but that's not everything you get by staying there. I love the fact that they don't use chemicals to clean the property and no air fresheners to cover bad smell. The place is actually clean. It is spotless! Beds are comfortable, the rooms are spacious and the fireplace is amazing! I like the fact that they offer ski equipment storage and don't allow the equipment in the rooms which keeps the carpet clean and keeps the moisture out of it. There is covered underground parking which keeps your car warm! I love everything about the property!

Room tip: Ask for a room facing the gondola
Date of stay: January 2019
  • Trip type: Traveled with family
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Thank 892tanyak
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