The Fairmont Chateau Whistler
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The Fairmont Chateau Whistler hotel is ideally placed at the foot of Blackcomb and Whistler Mountains, and is easily in one of North Americas top resort destinations. Try your hand at skiing, take a bike ride through the mountains or stroll through the local trails.
All of the guest rooms at The Fairmont Chateau Whistler hotel are expertly designed and are equipped with a range of facilities to ensure you have a comfortable break. Each room includes a full bathroom with amenities, high-speed internet access, luxury bedding and soft furnishings.
The hotel has a superb range of cafes, restaurants, bars and lounges for you to sit back and relax in after a busy day in the area. Additional facilities at the hotel include a relaxing spa and health club, swimming pools, a tennis court, a golfing range, a concierge service and a wedding chapel.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- 24 hour front desk
- Lift to all Floors
- Concierge Desk
- Internet Access
- In Room Safe
- Non Smoking Rooms
- Iron/Ironing Board
- Parking at Hotel Cost: $39.00 Per 24 Hours
- Treatment Rooms
- Jacuzzi Free: No
- Golf Course (18-hole) Free: No
- Tennis Free: No
- Sauna Free: No
- Steam Room Free: No
- Gym Free: No
- Name: Vancouver International Airport
- Distance: 135.5 kilometres
- Cots/Cribs Free: No
- Baby Sitting
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Nearest Airport Name: Vancouver International Airport Distance: 135.5 kilometres
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 3545 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
No surprise: Fairmont delivers consistent service and amenities again
Stay Date: 11/2017, Caleb Y wrote this review.
Recent 3 night stay over the Remembrance Day/Memorial Day long weekend. We have stayed at the Fairmont Chateau Whistler before and this stay seemed extra busy, probably due to the long weekend and the events happening around Whistler (Cornucopia food… See more
Recent 3 night stay over the Remembrance Day/Memorial Day long weekend. We have stayed at the Fairmont Chateau Whistler before and this stay seemed extra busy, probably due to the long weekend and the events happening around Whistler (Cornucopia food and wine festival). We arrived late but our room was guaranteed and we were upgraded to a junior suite which was a nice touch. While we initially concerned about noise from the elevator as our room was very close to the central elevators on a high floor, we were pleased that there was little to no elevator noise once inside the room. We were greeted by a very nice selection of local handmade chocolates, which took us all trip to finish! I was pleased to see that my workout gear and running shoes were clean and ready to go as part of my Fairmont Presidents Club preferences. We always enjoy the Mallard Lounge but be prepared for a wait or to pounce on an open table during peak times. The staff were great and recognized us from previous visits and helped us find a suitable table. Unfortunately, our favorite staff, Guillaume, who was previously the manager at Mallard Lounge and had great insights into whiskies, is now working in another department. Too bad because we were looking forward to having a nice chat and tasting various whiskies with him. While we still enjoyed some of the premium and rare whiskies, it was not the same without Guillaume. Our food order at the Lounge was mistakenly delivered to the wrong table and the guests there started eating our food. Our server was so apologetic and expedited our replacement order and took very good care of us. Pool was very busy, and so was the Wildflower for breakfast. We actually found the buffet breakfast to be too much chaos and will probably avoid next time. The wait wasn't too bad (10 minutes), but once inside, it was so busy. Food items were running out and while they were being refreshed, it seemed like a better system needed to be implemented. For example, the omelette station is a nice touch but the chefs were only cooking with 1 or 2 elements, so they could only produce 1 or 2 omelettes per few minutes. We have been to other hotels where the chefs are juggling 3-4 and sometimes more omelette stations which helps with the lineups. Unfortunately, I doubt they can increase this because there is simply not enough space inside the serving area. The pool area is always very busy so try and go during off peak times. It was difficult finding a chair to put our towels and belongings on so you have to just wait around and hope for someone to leave. Some helpful notes: You can self-park in the underground lot to avoid any waiting time for the valet to bring your car around but the parking garage is a bit tight so be careful. The valet and door staff can get quite busy during peak times so be prepared for a wait, even if you have a question, or try the concierge or front desk staff instead. Make full use of the hotel shuttle bus to go to and from the village. They make multiple stops along the way and you can always ask your driver for local tips and advice. Roundtrip is about 10-15 minutes depending on how busy they are so you will never wait long. The Vida Spa inside the hotel is operated by a third party so you cannot use your Willow Stream Spa gift certificates. Book ahead for your treatment for best availability. Be careful not to lift any of the items in the minibar unless you plan to consume and pay for them. We had to move one of the Coke cans to store something but told the Royal service operator and they removed the automatic charge from our account. Sign up for Fairmont Presidents Club and use the WiFi. We found the signal was consistent and strong. Collapse
Delightful Customer Service
Stay Date: 11/2017, AnuradhaGoyal wrote this review.
Fairmont Chateau is one of the best places to stay in Whistler. The property is beautiful in the upper village, rooms are spacious and perfect for a luxurious holiday in the hills. The dining hall has a lovely view. However, what stands out on the … See more
Fairmont Chateau is one of the best places to stay in Whistler. The property is beautiful in the upper village, rooms are spacious and perfect for a luxurious holiday in the hills. The dining hall has a lovely view. However, what stands out on the property is its staff. They go out of their way to make your comfortable and delight you every time you interact with them. I was there for 2 nights and just a say to explore the Whistler village. I wanted to see the lost lake but it was constantly snowing making it impossible to walk to the lake. The bell desk drove me to the lake so that I can have a look at it. They guided me on other things. They have a daily Yoga class free of cost for the guests. They have free guided tours in and around the property. A highly recommended property in Whistler - though you may have to save up a bit to afford it. Collapse
Stay Date: 11/2017, Kirkerabk wrote this review.
I have been in a lot of hotels over the past few years and I can't remember having been treated with as much courtesy and professionalism as my stay at the Fairmont Whistler. From the porters, bell staff, front desk, restaurant staff, housekeepers t… See more
I have been in a lot of hotels over the past few years and I can't remember having been treated with as much courtesy and professionalism as my stay at the Fairmont Whistler. From the porters, bell staff, front desk, restaurant staff, housekeepers to the managers, I was treated like fine china. Thank you so much a great experience. Collapse
Everyone goes above and beyond
Stay Date: 11/2017, Brendan I wrote this review.
We have stayed in many hotels and vacation rentals in Whistler. The Fairmont will now be our go to hotel. From the moment you drive up all the way to check out the whole experience is over the top... But in a good way. We upgraded to the gold floor a… See more
We have stayed in many hotels and vacation rentals in Whistler. The Fairmont will now be our go to hotel. From the moment you drive up all the way to check out the whole experience is over the top... But in a good way. We upgraded to the gold floor and boy was it worth it. Ian at the gold concierge was the absolute best. The breakfast in the lounge on the 8th floor is top notch. Awesome atmosphere and amazing food. The shuttle to the village was awesome. Many times they just drove us in the hotel x5 or Yukon. Pool was fun on Saturday night. 35 bucks for 5 drinks in a metal ice bucket at a hotel of this caliber isn't half bad either. Loved everything about this hotel. Will Definitely be back. Collapse
Not far from the village but it is nice to stay at.
Stay Date: 10/2017, Zhi-Shao L wrote this review.
Just as people said Faimont delivers consistent services, We reserved a kind bed but get a double queen. The room is roomy and very clean. The view of the outside from the window is gorgeous . It is walking distance from the village and trails.
Just as people said Faimont delivers consistent services, We reserved a kind bed but get a double queen. The room is roomy and very clean. The view of the outside from the window is gorgeous . It is walking distance from the village and trails. Collapse
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