Four Seasons Whistler is located a little out Whistler’s village core and is in a nice, serene spot that overlooks a mixture of forest, trail and tourist spots. You can get to most major tourist destinations by foot here via beautiful trails, or drive down Blackcomb Way. It is the perfect retreat spot if you want a quiet spot that isn’t too remote from the village.
As soon as you walk into the Four Seasons, luxury awaits you. The check-in has art that glitters of silver, gold and modern life. The rooms and joining halls are European in style and has some eccentricities – a camper (really glamper) is parked in front of a firepit where patrons coming from the springs can enjoy warmth.
Our room had a view of the mountains and the courtyard with the fire pit-camper. We could also caught glimpse of the springs.
The mood of the room was uplifted by the natural colour palettes and use of dark woods in the cabinet and structure design. Otherwise the furniture itself was residential-style, making you feel at home.
The bathroom was very spacious, everything meant for two.
I enjoyed the bathtub by the shower – I would want to come back and indulge with a Lush glitter bomb.
By the comfortable king bed, is a sliding door to the patio where one could watch people watch or enjoy the mountain views.
Back in the room, there was living room sporting a fireplace, a couch and a table for either breakfast service or work. I ordered in room-service and they dressed this table beautifully.
Our service was fantastic and first rate. The food was also high quality and served with care – watching the lady meticulously arrange our plates on the table showed the calibre of the work people put into the experience here.
Note: We were invited to stay here during Whistler Cornucopia – our room was comp’d but all opinions are our own.
For more information on the Four Seasons Whistler, check out their website here: https://www.fourseasons.com/whistler/