Whether you arrive in summer for the golf, or take advantage of Whistler’s unrivalled winter sports, you’re assured of a warm welcome and world class amenities.
Whistler is widely regarded as the winter sports capital of Canada, and in a country with such a great outdoors and abundant snow, that is saying something. But summertime in Whistler has plenty to recommend it. Specify the Fairmont Chateau Whistler as a stopover on your luxury, tailor-made vacation to Canada and you’ll have a great outdoors experience – especially if you’re a tennis player or keen golfer. The Chateau Whistler has easy access to an award-winning golf course designed by Robert Trent Jones Junior; it’s both challenging and set against an unbelievably scenic backdrop.
But whatever season you choose to visit, you’ll be treated to the excellence of service, the sophisticated facilities and the range of first class amenities you’d expect of any Fairmont hotel.
Fairmont Chateau Whistler, at a glance
- Landmark luxury hotel at the foot of Blackcomb Mountain
- Perfect destination for enjoying a wide range of summer and winter sports
- Choice of 550 guest rooms and suites
- Rooms typically have king-size or two queen-size beds, en suites and great views
- Suites are spacious with one or two bedrooms, separate living rooms and expansive views
- Larger suites have lounge areas with Juliet balconies and guest bedrooms
- Menu of six different restaurants serving excellent food, plus in-room dining option
For leisure and pleasure
- Vida Spa for a holistic approach to well-being, inner health and relaxation
- Health club and fitness center
- Eucalyptus steam room, sauna, hot tubs and yoga
- Award-winning Robert Trent Jones Junior golf course and driving range
- Tennis courts
- Superb skiing including alpine and cross country, snowboarding and heli-skiing
- Indoor and outdoor ice skating
- Snowshoeing, snowmobiling and sleigh rides
- Range of tours and excursions to explore the resort’s natural West Coast setting
- Complimentary shuttle to and from the village