The Best Lodges and Cabins to Book in Whistler, Canada

With so many lodges in Whistler, it can be hard to know where to look first – stay on-piste with our guide to the best
With so many lodges in Whistler, it can be hard to know where to look first – stay on-piste with our guide to the best | Courtesy of Carleton Lodge / Expedia
Matt Charlton

Home to Whistler Blackcomb, one of the largest ski resorts in North America, you’ll find this town nestled to the north of Vancouver. Of course, there’s excellent skiing and snowboarding on offer, but did you know about tobogganing, snowshoeing and even ski jumping at the 2010 Olympic Park? To continue the alpine theme with your accommodation, we’ve sought out the best lodges and cabins Whistler has to offer – book them on Culture Trip.

Tantalus Resort Lodge, for the best of ski lodge tradition


A wood-beamed, stone-wall social area at Tantalus Resort Lodge, with various soft seats
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Surrounded by mountains and luscious forest, this sprawling lodge was inspired by the best traditional ski lodges around the world – and it shows. The understated, casual and cozy rooms and suites have balconies, fireplaces, separate living rooms and free wifi, with upgrade options including rooftop decks with mountain views. But it’s really about getting out there: in winter there’s a complimentary ski shuttle, and in summer an outdoor pool and tennis courts.

Lost Lake Lodge by Whistler Premier, for shopping at your leisure


The outdoor pool area with handrail at Lost Lake Lodge by Whistler Premier, with snow in places around it
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Located on the edge of Chateau Whistler Golf Course and Lost Lake Park, this picturesque lodge is moments away from slopeside activities. Once you’re back from the cold, some well-considered amenities will be waiting, including a year-round hot tub, billiard room and swimming pool. You’re also a short walk away from Whistler Village, where you’ll find shopping, dining and nightlife.

Mountainside Lodge, for endless amenities


Mountainside Lodge as seen from above in the evening, with an outdoor pool out front and mountains behind
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​​Within walking distance of the slopes – and the shops and restaurants of Whistler Village – this expansive offering boasts tastefully decorated and cozy accommodation, with free wifi, flat-screen TVs, full kitchens, gas fireplaces and bathrooms with whirlpool tubs. There’s a year-round heated outdoor pool and hot tub, underground parking, and ski and snowboard storage. You’ll also be just a two-minute walk from the Blackcomb Excalibur Gondola.

First Tracks Lodge, for luxurious lodge living


A double bed in a First Tracks Lodge room, with a terrace through glass doors
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​​If you want a chic touch with your alpine lodging, look no further. Blending luxury with an inspired location, this ski-in, ski out lodge offers contemporary, high-end suites that feel like home, with free wifi, cozy fireplaces and sleek kitchens. On-site facilities include a lobby with a library and grand fireplace, a steam room, and a fitness room.

Tyndall Stone Lodge by Whiski Jack, for suites by an outdoor pool


A living area in a suite at Tyndall Stone Lodge by Whiski Jack, with six seats at a dining table, a fireplace, TV and sofa
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​​Cool and contemporary, this quality offering boasts light and airy two-bedroom or loft condo suites, with newly renovated, fully equipped kitchens, wifi, fireplaces, and HDTV. There’s even a new pool and hot tub right outside. Sitting moments away from the world-class shops, restaurants and nightlife of Whistler Village, you’re also opposite the Olympic Plaza and all the adrenaline-pumping prospects of the mountains.

Stoney Creek Lagoons by MountainView, for stunning sights from your window


A small, leaf-filled lake at Stoney Creek Lagoons by MountainView, with trees around it
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It won’t surprise you to learn that this place – a seven-minute walk to the lifts, and a short walk to the Whistler Conference Centre and Village attractions – has a mountain view. The charming yet sprawling Bavarian-inspired building is across the road from the grocery and liquor stores of Marketplace mall, and the accommodation is cozy and homey with amazing views. Amenities include high-speed wifi, ski storage and a resort shuttle.

Carleton Lodge, for being right by the gondolas


A large suite at Carleton Lodge, with a corner sofa, tables, TV and fireplace; the gondola can be seen through the window
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Located at the base of gondolas for both Whistler and Blackcomb, this high-end but homey offering is surrounded by beautiful mountain views, lakes and a bustling village atmosphere. The suites – tasteful and modern, but with a touch of the alpine – are ski-in/ski-out, have flat-screen TVs, free wifi, beautifully finished bathrooms and charming fireplaces. There’s also complimentary underground parking, and you can securely store your skis and bike.

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