Pan Pacific Whistler Village Centre
What We Love
- Heated saltwater pool, spa and sauna and outdoor whirlpool tubs
- Spa treatments like deep-tissue massage and vitamin C facials, perfect for apres-ski
- Pet-friendly policy spoils Fido and benefits a local animal shelter
- The convivial on-site Irish pub
What To Know
- The suite décor is no-frills
- The hotel caters to families; it may not be the best choice for a romantic getaway
- Check-in is at 4pm and checkout is at 11am
- The breakfast buffet is free
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Situated at the heart of charming pedestrian-only Whistler Village, this 83-suite property is ideal for travelers who want the best of both worlds: the social vibe of being in town along with access to some of the world’s most feted ski slopes. While most guests are here for the snow, after a long day out, there’s nothing quite like coming back to a dry-cedar sauna, a heated saltwater pool and whirlpools. The spa offers a host of soothing apres-ski treats, while the Dubh Linn Gate Irish Pub offers comfort of another kind: Warm up with a steak-and-Guinness pie and wash it down with a pint of Gaelic ale.
In the Area
In winter, hit the slopes of nearby Whistler and Blackcomb mountains for some of the best skiing North America has to offer. Summer, meanwhile, means getting outfitted at sister resort Pan Pacific Whistler Mountainside’s Salomon Store for hiking, biking and trail running in mountains that are now covered in wildflowers. Visit the Whistler Olympic Plaza for cold-weather ice-skating and warm-weather concerts, while back in the village, sip Dom Pérignon by the glass – or learn how to sabre the bottle during demonstrations in the wine cellar at upscale Bearfoot Bistro.
How to Get There
Traveled on points but regular price very affordable. Great place with breakfast included. Will be our Whistler home in the future. Suite was spacious, clean and welcoming. All the amenities one would want or need. Easy access to rest of Whistler local.
The location of this Resort is amazing. You can see the ski lifts from your window. There are restaurants all around the resort. Whistler is booming and as such the restaurants do not need to be "excellent". The food was mediocre which is very disappointing for the price that you pay for your meals. This has no bearing on RCI as the unit has a lovely kitchenette and fridge which we used every day.
Centrally located with public & underground parking options. Complimentary breakfast buffet served from 7-10am is a bonus & included a good variety of cereals, pastries & breads, eggs 3 ways (boiled, scrambled & frittata), hashbrowns, & sausages (including a turkey option). Juice & drip coffee were also available. The kitchenette in our 1-Bdrm suite was well stocked although we barely used it during our weekend stay since there are so many restaurants nearby. The separate bedroom was a nice feature although the french doors do not lock shut. The sofa bed our teen slept on was not nearly as comfortable as the king size bed.
If you plan to use the public parking across the street ($10/day), do not provide your licence plate number to the front desk staff if you park across the street or you'll be charged $28/day for their self-serve underground parking.