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What We Love

  • There's a heated pool, eucalyptus steam room, two hot tubs and a fitness center
  • Two nightly films are shown in the media room
  • Air conditioning was recently added to each unit
  • Great for small families

What To Know

  • The Creekside Gondola does not operate during the spring and summer months; the gondola in Whistler Village is a short bus ride away
  • Check-in and front desk located at Legends across the street
  • Some rooms lack views and can be noisy
  • Underground guest parking is about $15 per night
  • Not recommended for night owls


  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Pool
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The Review

During the 2010 Winter Olympics, Creekside was privileged to host the alpine events. Only a five-minute bus ride from party-hearty Whistler, it occupies a quiet corner of the famed ski resort. At Evolution, a cozy complex of three- and four-story lodges, they refer to the units as “resort homes.” They’re basically condos, individually owned, but seamlessly managed — like, say, a hotel. To access the front desk and concierge, you simply cross the street to the Legends resort.

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Even the smallest one-bedroom units have big balconies and full gourmet kitchens. The summer crowd will be stoked to hear that all units — unlike those in most ski resorts, which think humans evaporate with the snow — now have air conditioners.

A heated pool, game room and poolside barbecue are just a few of the family-friendly offerings. Better still, the media room offers two movies a night — one for children and one for adults. And how about this: The young guns get their own hot tub, so you don’t have to worry about sharing yours with a Pokemon fan.

The single snowboarding beer-drinker type might not appreciate the serenity at Evolution (or in Creekside), but that doesn’t mean you can’t find ways to stir up trouble. A local bus stops right in front of the hotel to whisk you away to the hip bars and clubs of Whistler Village — and it runs well into the wee hours so you can drink ’til the bartender calls it quits.

How to Get There

2020 London Lane
Whistler, VON 1B2 Canada


4.5 Very Good 339 Reviews
A wonderful place to remember!
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We stayed in a 2BR suite with a Kitchen in Evolution Whistler. There is no reception as such but you get the keys from a nearby hotel. (I got my suite keys from Hotel Legends)
The whole process is very straightforward and simple.

Both the rooms were beautifully organized, kitchen utensils were clean and perfect. We cooked dinner one night and overall had a lovely time drinking, chatting and watching snowfall from the windows.
There are 2 bathrooms and both of them were exactly same. The best thing apart from a hot tub and glass shower was the floor heater in bathroom.

Location is a 10min drive from Whistler village but we didn't really mind the distance.

Nice BUT need more customer service
Reviewed 2 months ago

Excellent location if skiing is the main purpose of the trip, at only 5 minutes walking from Creekside Gondola that takes to Whistler mountain. This hotel has no restaurant and no lobby, check in and every service comes from next door Legends Hotel. It has a nice hot tub, outside little pool and a small gym; there is a game room for kids with 2 Nintendo switch machines, 1 pool and soccer table, one movie room with 3 showings a day.
Room 208 was nice, clean, with safe, modern with great Miele appliances ... but extremely dark, the room keys had to be changed daily because couldn’t keep magnet and there are only two drawers, so be prepared to have clothes all around the room for the whole stay because there is no way to put it away. Also poor noise insulation. The staff is polite, very young and quite incompetent and unprepared to deal with anything different than prepaid check in and checkout; management is nowhere to be found, totally unreachable, also via email.
I forgot a headset in the room and they were too busy to let me in after check out to retrieve it, front desk could not see it in the lost and found system... it turned out that housekeeping was also too busy to log it in till the next day; they wanted to charge me to mail it back to Canada: unheard of in a hotel at that price! Nobody was willing to go the extra mile and agree to comp a few dollars shipping... took me several emails, several calls to reach one sensible person that understood it was ridiculous that they would charge me for shipping given the circumstances and accepted to cover the cost. It was really a matter of principle that put in light their total lack of customer service. Also ludicrous that they offer only one little bag of coffee for coffee maker with a note “ for your first morning only”... when even the cheapest motel replenishes coffee daily.
All in all would probably return, but for sure it needs a lot of customer service training and hotel management if they charge those prices!

Good place but not great for families
Reviewed 2 months ago

Decent standard accommodation and excellent service. This is one of the cheaper Ovation properties in Creekside and it shows.

The layout of the two bedroom apartment has the bedrooms opening directly on to the open plan living room and kitchen, through a set double sliding doors on each side, so there is virtually no barrier between the rooms. Not ideal when you want to have children sleeping in one bedroom.

The noise between apartments and floors is quite loud and the comparatively cheap price of the apartments means there are more young party people than in neighbouring First Tracks. On several of the nights we were there was quite a noise from people in the hot tub until it closed around 10pm. They weren’t particularly raucous, but the noise does carry easily. The family hot tub is a good size and our children enjoyed it but it was often full of groups of adults (who could have used the adults only hot tub) and our children found this a bit intimidating.

If you’re a family and your budget can stretch to First Tracks, go there. Otherwise, good showers etc, comfortable furniture and well equipped kitchen. Bring your own pillow if you can.

Great stay for the "whole" family (pet friendly)
Reviewed 6 months ago

We booked a 2 bedroom suite for our family of 4 (plus dog). The pros: The staff were great and very friendly. The kids LOVED the amenities (pool, hot tub, sauna, games room and media theater room for a private screening). Nice touch is that you can stay and use the amenities even after checkout. The room was comfortable and well appointed with everything you could need and we would certainly stay here again. They provided dog bed, treats, bowls and poop bags... very dog friendly.
The cons: The room felt a little tired and in need of some TLC (was probably high end 5-10 years ago). I think because it's pet friendly you see the wear and tear. the carpet needed a clean (shampoo) and some of the doors had scratches on them. We also had a maintenance issue with the AC and our shower (the hotel was quick to fix these things). However when you pay and extra $26 a night for your pet you expect that money to be used to maintain the suites so you don't feel like you're in a "pet friendly" room. The room was also soooo hot and hard to cool (perhaps part of the AC issue) but in October you wouldn't expect to need AC.

Great weekend stay
Reviewed 7 months ago

For anyone with dogs, this hotel is going to be very accommodating. My girlfriend and I, as well as a third friend visited over the weekend. Very pleased, nothing I can say that was particularly negative during the stay.

We had visited whistler 2 years ago and stayed at another hotel (I can't remember the name, but it was in the village, also dog friendly). This hotel was better, seemed more accommodating to dogs, interior was more modern, and overall more spacious.

Overall, great value for money.