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Whistler hotels

Most Whistler hotels, including the Pan Pacific Village Center and the Adara Hotel, are in Whistler Village—an area conveniently located at the base of Whistler mountain, within walking distance of the Blackcomb gondola as well. Closer to the Blackcomb base, you'll find more spacious luxury hotels, such as the Four Seasons and the Fairmont Chateau Whistler, in Whistler Upper Village. Skiers looking for a Whistler hotel room under $250 will find a number of excellent hotel values (including the sparkling new Nita Lake Lodge) in Whistler Creekside. This secondary base area is three miles south of Whistler Village, but a gondola connects it to the slopes, the inexpensive Whistler Wave bus service links it to the Village's eating and shopping hubbub, and, thanks to sparser crowds, it has the feel of seclusion in nature. Condos are a good option for large groups, families, or those who desire a bit more privacy. ResortQuest Whistler represents more than 900 area accommodations, ranging from studios to five-bedroom homes. Most come with a full kitchen, fireplace, entertainment system, parking, and access to an outdoor pool or hot tub (888-898-9208; www.resortquestwhistler.com).

During the 2010 Olympic Games, Whistler Blackcomb will host the alpine skiing events; cross-country skiing, ski jumping, luge, bobsled, and skeleton competitions will be held in the surrounding area. Due to a regional cap on new commercial accommodations, Whistler isn't seeing much of a building boom in the lead-up to the Games. The area's roads, however, are getting a big overhaul, including a $600-million project to widen, straighten, and generally improve the winding 65-mile stretch of the Sea-to-Sky Highway that connects Whistler to Vancouver. So even though the area may be all but inaccessible during the Games themselves—hotel occupancy was already nearing 100 percent a year before the opening ceremony—at least all future Whistler visitors will benefit from the Olympic fever.

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Adara Hotel, Whistler

Not everybody comes to Whistler simply for the skiing: If you're a fashion-forward type from Vancouver or elsewhere looking for a weekend away, you might find...more

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Fairmont Chateau Whistler, Whistler

The Chateau has towered above the Blackcomb base since 1989, and even though the newer Four Seasons challenges its status as Whistler's definitive luxury...more

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Four Seasons Resort Whistler, Whistler

The Fairmont may have come first, but it's no shock that its main luxury rival is the Four Seasons, which opened to rave reviews in 2005. Four Seasons veterans...more

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Holiday Inn SunSpree Resort, Whistler

Most ski villages have a budget option that stands out for skiing practicality. After all, design and decor matters little to hard-core types who just want to...more

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Horstman House, Whistler

Although budget-friendly hotels aren't easy to come by in Whistler, a night at the Horstman House can cost you as little as $180 in high season—a fraction...more

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Nita Lake Lodge, Whistler

At the edge of lovely little Nita Lake, this boutique lodge is a haven for skiers who dig quiet evenings, alpine views, and easy mountain access. It's located...more

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Pan Pacific Whistler Village Centre, Whistler

"Gorgeous views and lots of colorful flower beds" are hallmarks of this metal-roofed resort "central to the action." "Crisp and stylish suites" are equipped...more

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Summit Lodge & Spa, Whistler

The Summit has fashioned itself as a purveyor of "Western Zen," with touches such as a 24-hour yoga channel, yoga mats, serene water features, and sand gardens...more

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