Castle-like retreat with cosy interiors and stunning mountain views.
This beautiful hotel is set against the stunning backdrop of Blackcomb Mountain, yet it's just a ten minute stroll in to Whistler Village's shops, bars and restaurants. At the Chateau you can enjoy Fairmont’s usual high standards and facilities, such as the innovative spa and indoor and outdoor swimming pools. This is the perfect choice if you are looking for the renowned Fairmont luxury, as well as a quiet spot away from the bustle of central Whistler.
The hotel's main restaurant, The Wildflower, is open for breakfast and dinner. Each morning, there's an extenstive buffet as well as a selection of à la carte dishes including the popular 'BC Salmon Benedict' (menus subject to change). The dinner menu features food from the ocean and the land as well as salad, pasta and steak dishes. An alternative for both lunch and dinner is Portobello, a market-style venue with a bakery. It's also a popular spot at lunch thanks to its sandwiches, hot dogs, soups and salads. We recommend spending at least one evening at The Grill Room, an award-winning venue where you can sample the freshest grilled dishes.
The rooms and suites are each tastefully furnished and have spectacular views over the village or towards the dramatic Blackcomb and Whistler Mountains. Fairmont Rooms overlook the upper village or woodland while Deluxe Valleyview Rooms and Deluxe Slopeside Rooms have views of the Whistler valley or the slopes of Blackcomb Mountain respectively. Fairmont Gold rooms have access to the exclusive Executive lounge with complimentary breakfast, evening cocktails and canapés and also private check-in.
Just a two minute walk to the Blackcomb chairlift for direct access to Whistler's famous pistes and hiking trails, and also just a ten minute walk to the lively centre of the resort
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550 rooms and suites
2 year-round restaurants, seasonal bakery (summer), winter restaurant (Dec-Mar), clubhouse restaurant (May-Sep), lounge
*Denotes local charge