|FOUR SEASONS RESORT AND SPA|
Four Seasons Resort and Spa Whistler Winter set in a private location at the base of Blackcomb Mountain in the Upper Village is a luxurious retreat for the discerned traveler. Offering everything from a hotel room to a 4 bedroom private retreat the Four Seasons Whistler has an option for every body.
Grand in scale, intimate by nature, luxury Four Seasons Resort and Residences Whistler epitomizes the mountain spirit. Inside, find 273 luxury lodge guest rooms, hotel suites and townhouses with open-sky spaciousness and European-styled refinement. An expansive timber, glass and stone lobby harmonizes your transition between the great outdoors and the cosy wood hotel interiors of your private space in Whistler.
Four Seasons Guest Rooms
Revel in a spaciousness inspired by the vastness of Whistler Blackcomb. Set in the style of a soothing mountain sanctuary, lodge guest rooms feature private or step-out balconies that open up to superb Whistler views.
Four Seasons Suites
A generosity of space, the luxury of privacy – suites provide both with separate spaces for entertaining and for sleeping. Enjoy moments of contemplation and majestic beauty from a secluded Whistler luxury resort balcony
Four Seasons Private Residences
Your mountain getaway is anything but lodge-like. Private residences offer the domestic comforts you relish, such as a completely equipped kitchen and laundry, but with views you won’t get at home.
Sidecut serves up a wide variety of regional meats, including Canadian prime beef from Alberta and BC fallow venison loin, cooked to perfection on a 1,800-degree infrared grill (which cooks meat evenly while retaining its natural juices). Perhaps you’d rather dive into entrées sourced from the nearby Pacific Ocean and local mountain lakes, such as Queen Charlotte Sound halibut or wild Chinook salmon.
Whichever you prefer, pair it with a selection from the more than 200 bottles and 30 wines by the glass on our extensive wine list, which highlights a wide variety of labels, from international classics to boutique British Columbia wines.