Whistler has a range of accommodations for visitors. There are 25 hotels and many other types of properties, including townhomes, condos, B&Bs and chalets. The selection ranges from top-of-the-line luxury suites to rustic mountain cabins, to ultra-modern chic apartments, to full-service condos, to small and basic studio suites.

With a total capacity of 35,000 overnight visitors, Whistler also boasts a large number of ski-in, ski-out properties. With the Village located directly at the base of Whistler and Blackcomb mountains, guests can literally ski into and out of their accommodation.

Whistler Village is pedestrian-friendly, and you don't need a car if you're staying right in the Village - anything you need is close by. If you're away from the Village, many hotels offer free shuttle services and the Municipality operates a free bus service which travels through the main Village centre and into the Upper Village - providing guests with easy access to many of Whistler's shops, restaurants and bars.

Whistler is home to Canada's only five-diamond resort property, as well as a number of five-star hotels and resort properties offering ultimate mountainside luxury with amenities and services such as ski concierge, day spas, meeting and fitness facilities, pools and hot tubs, tennis courts, lounge areas with cozy fireplaces, and much more. Many self-catering properties offer a service that lets you pre-place a grocery order so that your cupboards and refrigerator are well-stocked before you arrive!

As well as offering ski and snowboard storage facilities in winter, many Whistler properties also offer bike storage facilities or a bike concierge in summer due, to the popularity of mountain biking in and around Whistler.  

For those seeking a longer stay, whether in winter or summer, Whistler has wide range of multi-room condo options that offer full kitchen and laundry facilities, hot tubs, fireplaces, storage facilities and home entertainment systems. 

Budget accommodation

There are a number of budget-friendly properties in Whistler, including a Hostelling International facility and other backpacker-style accommodation. One of the legacies from the 2010 Winter Games will be a brand new 55-bed youth hostel run by Hostelling International located at the site of the Olympic and Paralympic Athletes' Village in Cheakamus Crossing.

Bring the kids along

Whistler prides itself on being a great destination for kids. Accommodation options for families include condo units and hotel suites with ample living space and kitchens, ideal for longer stays. A number of hotels also offer kids' programs and playrooms during the Christmas holiday break with play options such as bouncy castles, video games, arts and crafts and more.

Learn what it's like to be a local

Whistler has a number of bed & breakfast properties spread around the valley. Many of these businesses are owned and operated by long-time Whistler locals, and many of those locals have come to Whistler from all corners of the world. Staying at a B&B gives visitors an insider's view of life in Whistler and lets you discover why so many people have chosen to call Whistler home.

Whistler is accessible

Whistler prides itself on being an international resort accessible to all people, including travelers with disabilities. It will also home to 90 per cent of the events at the 2010 Paralympic Winter Games.

Whistler is dog-friendly

Whistler prides itself on being a pet-friendly destination. A majority of the hotels are dog-friendly and offer a range of pet amenities and services, just make sure to confirm with the property prior to arrival. In many hotels, guests can request doggy beds and bowls and dog-sitting & walking services are available either through the hotel or can be booked privately