Nestled at the foot of Blackcomb Mountain in the Upper Village at Whistler, the Whistler Fairmont Chateau offers ski-in ski-out access to the slopes in the winter and an on-site championship golf course in the summer. A favorite of celebrities, this luxury hotel has 528 rooms, fine dining, and a full range of amenities. The Basics
For hotel guests, the Whistler Fairmont Chateau offers a valet for skis, golf clubs, or mountain bikes, plus a concierge to help book experiences and activities. Guests also have access to the hotel’s many amenities, including its golf course, indoor and outdoor pools, tennis court, croquet lawn, bocce court, gym, spa, Jacuzzis, steam rooms, and saunas. Six dining options range from casual to fine dining. Nonguests can stop by for a drink or a meal, a spa treatment, or a round of golf. There’s also live entertainment daily at the Mallard Lounge, a popular après-ski spot. Things to Know Before You Go
How to Get There
- There is a free shuttle from the hotel to Whistler Village, about a 15-minute walk away.
- The Whistler Fairmont Chateau is wheelchair accessible and offers 15 accessible rooms.
- The hotel is pet friendly, with amenities such as dog beds and dog sitting.
- Dress codes for the restaurants range from casual to smart casual.
- It’s possible to purchase a single day, multi-day, or season pass to the hotel’s health club, which includes access to the pools, saunas, and Jacuzzis.
The Whistler Fairmont Chateau is located at the Upper Village, Whistler. From Vancouver, it’s about a 2-hour drive along Highway 99 (Sea to Sky Highway). Shuttle services are also available between Whistler Village and Vancouver and Vancouver airport. When to Get There
When to visit the Whistler Fairmont Chateau depends on what activities you’re looking to experience. Winter is a popular time, with world-class skiing at Whistler-Blackcomb. Outside of winter, mountain biking, hiking, and golf are popular activities. The Fairmont Chateau Whistler Golf Club
Robert Trent Jones designed the hotel’s award-winning, Audubon-rated, 18-hole golf course. A par 72, it features an elevation change of more than 400 feet (122 meters) and spectacular scenery throughout. Don’t forget to bring your camera.