My friend and I stayed here 2 years for skiing/snowboarding. I meant to write a review for it because we loved this hotel but just didn’t get around to it until now. We had the studio with 1 murphy bed and sofa bed. Although it was a little expensive for such a small room, the sofa bed was the most comfortable sofa bed I’ve ever slept in (I normally hate sofa beds because they’re squeaky, springy, and have no support). This one was actually supportive and didn’t squeak. We switched off during the middle of the trip and the murphy bed was also very comfortable. The kitchen was very convenient for us to cook some of our meals while the fire place was nice and toasty. There’s a huge supermarket nearby and a smaller one very close tot he hotel. We also loved that there were so many power outlets to charge our devices on.
The central location next to the lifts were why we were willing to pay more. We saw people walking with their skis and boards to get to the lifts, but the hotel provided a large locker so it was really convenient.
Whistler Village has a lot of restaurants to choose from. Although the snow conditions that year were crappy (not just at Whistler but in all the other major resorts in North America as well), this hotel was great. I would definitely stay here again.
Located in Whistler Village has a fully equipped fitness centre on site. A full kitchen and free Wi-Fi are provided in all spacious suites. A fireplace and a private balcony are featured in each suite at Pan Pacific Whistler Mountainside. Relax after a long day in the outdoor heated pool, the sauna or in one of the 2 outdoor hot tubs.