Ski in and out in winter, swim, golf and hike in summer, or just enjoy the spectacular mountain scenery in any season at the non-smoking Fairmont Chateau Whistler, a year-round luxury resort at the foot of Blackcomb Mountain. All 550 rooms and public spaces at the mid-rise Fairmont are non-smoking. Charming, well-appointed rooms with village, woodland or mountain view include cable TV, a DVD player, thick robes and down duvets. Just outside are an 18-hole golf course, tennis courts, pools (one with underwater music), hiking trails and ski runs. Stay healthy in the fitness center and enjoy a massage at the Vida Spa. Restaurant options range from casual to fine dining. The resort can help arrange activities including hiking, fishing, horseback riding and skiing. Pet-friendly rooms and parking are available for extra fees. With ski-in/ski-out access to the base of Blackcomb Mountain, the Fairmont is like a village itself. It's also only a mile from all Whistler has to offer: explore restaurants, shops and galleries, visit the Whistler Museum or ice skate at Olympic Plaza. The hotel is 84 miles from Vancouver International Airport. our guests call the Fairmont a "beautiful hotel in a beautiful location," and say the resort is "family friendly" with a "great pool."
Nestled in a high alpine valley, this hotel sits in one of the top ranked ski areas in North America, and they are also home to a championship golf course and a golf academy. Dogs are allowed for an additional fee of $25 (plus tax) per night per pet. Dogs may not be left alone in the room at any time, and they must be leashed and cleaned up after.
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