We stayed at the Village Centre in a one bedroom unit. The bed was comfortable enough although the unit itself was a little smaller than we would like. Our teenagers used the sofa bed in the living area, and we would have preferred to have an additional half bath or powder room as the only bathroom was always in use. Although there was a kitchen, we didn’t use it much as the central location afforded us plenty of choices to eat. There should be an ice maker in the freezer instead of ice trays. The daily breakfast is more than just a continental breakfast as there were hot food options such as scrambled eggs, breakfast meats, potatoes, and french toast.
One annoying thing about this property was that you have to use your room key in order to choose your floor in the elevator. I know that this was a safety and security issue, but it’s still annoying.
The Mountainside sister property was where the ski lockers were located. The locker itself was only big enough to hold skis and poles, but not ski boots. Plus the entire locker room area was rather small, especially with other people putting on their ski boots and getting their gear. It was still quite a walk through the village in ski boots to get from the Village Centre to the Mountainside property, especially after a long day on the slopes.
My review of the Pan Pacific Village Centre was somewhat tainted as this property was sandwiched by the much nicer stays at the more upscale Four Seasons Seattle and Vancouver properties.
Located in Whistler Village, this all-suite hotel is 290 m from the Excalibur Gondola. A heated, outdoor, saltwater pool and 2 hot tubs feature mountain views.
A full kitchen and a balcony are offered in suites. Free Wi-Fi and a flat-screen cable TV are provided in suites at Pan Pacific Whistler Village Centre.
A seating area features a sofa and a gas fireplace. Floor-to-ceiling windows offer village or mountain views.
A breakfast buffet is provided daily at Whistler Village Pan Pacific.