Fairmont Chateau Whistler, Canada

Posted On March 23, 2011 

If you want to feel luxury in the mountains, take yourself to the Fairmont Chateau Whistler that is excitingly located at the Blackcomb Mountain base. Defining the meaning of opulence in mountains, the resort engulfs a contemporary alpine backdrop, supreme service, ultramodern amenities, extraordinary dining, a Vida Spa, and above all the typical Fairmont’s elite lifestyle ambiance. This classic landmark is even known for its genuine ski-in and ski-out expediency along with the golf course by Robert Trent Jones; where families as well as friends assemble greatest winter memories easily.

The Fairmont Chateau Whistler is always happy to welcome your full family including dogs as pets for whom a friendly program is always on offer with special menus, bowls, and pet bed. In addition, for your kids, you are given a special spring break package that features free Ski and Eat in March. Other offers include Ski for Free, Original Winter, Free Golf, and so on. In the Upper Village ski area of Whistler in British Columbia, this royal chateau of 12 floors is near the downtown, convention center, and Rocky Mountain lodges.


At the Fairmont Chateau Whistler, there are 550 rooms all of which ensures the scenic vistas of the valleys as well as the mountains. Boasting the English-style furniture, each of them comes with down duvets, bathrobes, and bathrooms of marble accents. Among the standard amenities, there exist video-game console, pay movies, AC, coffee/tea maker, housekeeping, hair dryer, iron/ironing board, safe, clock radio, high-speed Internet access, climate control, voice mail, Internet access (surcharge), phone, wake-up calls, extra towels/bedding, complimentary toiletries, opening window, satellite television service, electronic check-out, and cribs.


Among all the room types such as Deluxe Slopeside, Deluxe, suite, and Fairmont Gold, the former ones also offer a private lounge, free Continental breakfast, free wireless Internet access, and other premium services such as private check-in and check-out. All of them are 100% non-smoking zones.


• Concierge desk  • 24-hour front desk  • Safe-deposit box – front desk  • ATM/banking  • Porter/bellhop  • Doorman/doorwoman  • Self parking  • Parking garage  • Self parking (surcharge)  • Valet parking (surcharge)  • Lift  • Lounge  • Room service (limited hours)  • Restaurants  • Coffee shop or café  • Breakfast available (surcharge)  • Air-conditioned public areas  • Ballroom(s)  • Multiple small meeting rooms  • Multiple conference/meeting rooms  • Audio-visual equipment  • Secretarial services  • Fax machine  • Photocopy machines  • Event catering  • Business services  • Business center  • Tour assistance  • Multilingual staff  • Internet access in public areas – high speed  • Internet access in public areas – surcharge  • Internet access – wireless  • Dry cleaning/laundry service  • Gift shops  • Shopping  • Express check-out


• Patio  • Ski-in/ski-out  • Spa services on site  • Massage – spa treatment room(s)  • Swimming pool – outdoor  • Swimming pool – indoor  • Steam room  • Spa tub  • Sauna  • Health club  • Fitness facilities  • Golf club • The Mallard Lounge as the true gem with its après-ski fireside, English club ambiance, as well as 19th-hole golf relaxation off the vast lobby featuring conversation niches, vaulted ceilings, and river rock fireplace  • Three tennis courts  • Weight room • Skiing both downhill as well as cross-country  • Snowboarding  • Snowmobiling • Snowshoeing  • Ice skating  • Rafting  • Kayaking  • Bicycle rentals  • Mountain biking  • Hiking/biking trails  • Running track/path  • Helicopter/airplane sightseeing  • Horse riding/rental


At the Wildflower restaurant, you are served a variety of Canadian as well as international menu that is creative and boasts regional delights. It is open for breakfast as well as dinner and yes, you also enjoy the mountain vistas. This is a total nonsmoking zone too.

In the lower lobby is the family restaurant called the Portobello with the casual ambiance. Featuring couches, open kitchen, and seasonal patio outdoors all of which are smoking banned, this serves tantalizing soups, pizzas, sandwiches, pastas, and more deli-type dishes from morning to evening.

At the Fairmont Chateau Whistler, you cannot leave without trying the true gem – the library-styled Mallard Lounge and Terrace serving regional cuisine as well as the indulgent desserts until evening. In the club house, the Chalet promises for a delicious three-course dinners from mid-December to mid-March along with live entertainment.


From $204 per night.

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