This is not a hotel, it used to be a Holiday Inn but the rooms are now privately owned condos, therefore all of the rooms are different. We had two adjoining rooms but for example, mine had a lovely upholstered chair but my friend did not. Each unit has a fully stocked kitchen but we didn’t use them because there were so many restaurants and cafes within a minute or two away. The frig had an ice cube tray. There is a Reception Desk with a small lobby but no other typical hotel services like food or drinks, and there is no business center. I was in Room 610, top floor, facing the village center. The first night it was impossibly noisy with yelling, chanting, clapping and things did not quiet down until after 2:30am. Maybe rooms on the other side were quieter…. There was a nice view, a gas fireplace, which would be good in the winter. The mattress was great. There is housekeeping every four days. There was no luggage rack. The negative for me was the bathroom with a jetted bathtub/shower. The sides of the tub were too high, there was no rubber mat, there were no grab bars. There was a very narrow space between the tub and toilet so getting out of the tub would be difficult I think. The toilet was very low. At the age of 70, these things become important. There was a hair dryer and there were a few toiletries. There is a grocery store about 5 minutes away with an attached liquour store (with different hours). It’s about 5 minutes to the Audain Art Museum.
Our hotel’s spacious, well-appointed suites have phones with voice mail and free high-speed Internet access. With amenities like a fitness centre, you’ll find the convenience you deserve at our Whistler resort.
All one and two bedroom suites have a fireplace, kitchenette, triple-sheeted beds and free wired high-speed Internet. Many suites feature a sleeper sofa, a full kitchen, washer and dryer and jetted soaker tub.
For a great stay in Whistler, lodging at the Whistler Peak Lodge is the best decision you can make.
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