Comprising of two wings this friendly and welcoming hotel is one of Whistler's most popular properties. Situated in the heart of Whistler Village it is close to the shops and restaurants and a short walk to the ski lifts. The hotel was voted by our guests and presented with Inghams plus certificate for excellent service and the friendly staff who make your stay near perfect.
Crystal Lodge offers our clients FREE unlimited international and local calls that are exclusive to Inghams if holiday booked by 31 Aug 2017.(for W 18/19 season)
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The Crystal Lodge & Suites and the Burrard Group are delighted to announce that their newest restaurant Basalt Wine + Salumeria is now open! Please see the full details on the Press Release with details on this newest dining establishment.
Crystal Double Rooms are newly renovated rooms have one king bed or two double beds and ideal for two to three people. These rooms are approximately 220 square feet and provide a comfortable atmosphere with all of the Crystal Lodge’s signature amenities. Featuring two double beds with pillow top mattresses, a full bathroom, a bureau containing a mini-fridge, coffee and tea station, data-port alarm clocks, flat screen HD TV, table with chairs, and complimentary wireless internet access these rooms provide a view of either the village stroll or surrounding area. Crystal King Rooms are a cost effective way for couples to enjoy staying in the centre of Whistler Village. These intimate hotel rooms are approximately 220 square feet and the soothing décor combined with a king size pillow top bed makes it easy to get a good night’s rest. This classic room features one king size bed, a full bathroom, a bureau containing a mini-fridge, coffee and tea station, data-port alarm clocks, flat screen HD TV, table with chairs, and complimentary wireless internet access. Crystal King Rooms have a view of either the village stroll or surrounding area. Deluxe King Studios are ideal for business travellers as they have a contemporary décor and writing desk with internet access. Averaging 460 square feet, these modern studios feature a king size bed with pillow top mattress, a queen size pullout sofa bed, a full bathroom, hospitality centre, and complimentary wireless internet. Deluxe King Studios have views of the Whistler Village stroll or surrounding area. Deluxe Queen Studios are a popular choice for four to six people wanting to stay in the centre of Whistler Village. These modern studios are a spacious 480 square feet and feature two queen size pillow top beds, a queen size pullout sofa bed, a full bathroom, hospitality centre, complimentary wireless internet, and views of the surrounding area.
Pool and restaurants
Flat location in centre of pedestrianized village with shops, restaurants and resort facilities in immediate vicinity
Board basis options available
This property caters for the following special dietary requirements
Rated again and again as North America’s best ski resort, Whistler has it all.
Over 200 trails spread between two peaks (Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains) and linked by the famous Peak2Peak gondola, the resort has become the pride and joy of Canada’s Pacific North West.
The resort boasts a mix of chalet-style apartments, inns, lodges and condo’s, and pedestrian-friendly streets, the whole place is as beautiful as it is practical and heaps of fun!
The skiing and snowboarding is world class, and will suit all needs- both off piste and on- carefully groomed nursery slopes with ski schools, plenty to easy blue and green slopes for those finding their feet in the snow, and even of more options for those at a more intermediate level including the bowls and the Extremely Canadian off-piste tours for those who fancy something a little more daring.
If you’re more suited for the après-ski, you can kick back in the mountain bars, Whistler offers a superb array of night life for once you’ve hung up your skis and boots for the day. Including top of the range restaurants and numerous bars that are open serving champagne and nibbles from the moment the lifts close until dinner time.
Into the night, Whistler is host to a fantastic variety of clubs and bars for those who fancy a spot of dancing. Anyone craving a cocktail at happy hour, there are also plenty of comfortable lounges to indulge in after the sun dips beneath the mountains.
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Whistler restaurants, food and drink
Whistler is proud of its huge variety of restaurants and bars dotted throughout the village.
From fine dining with views of the mountains at the Bearfoot Bistro, Alto Bistro and Hy’s Steakhouse, through to the smaller, cheap’n’cheerful lunches offered at the Thunderbird Cafe and La Cantina, there is a huge range of gastronomy on offer in Whistler.
Enjoy the best that Whistler has to offer with our Whistler Tasting Tour which starts at £65 per person and goes straight from après ski into the evening.
Whistler après, bars, clubs and nightlife.
There are plenty of evening options for those looking to shake off their boots and get down on the dance floor after a long day of skiing.
After a day of skiing and riding on the mountain, enjoy some après at Dusty’s Bar and BBQ at the base of the Creekside Gondola (can be accessed by the Lower Peak to Creek blue slope from the top of Whistler mountain). The original après ski bar that was built in Whistler in the 1970’s has undergone a huge refurbishment but still holds on to some of that mountain cabin charm.
For those looking for something a little crazier, there’s Garfinkel’s Night Club and Moe Joe’s, both venues host guest DJ’s and regular themed nights out into the small hours of the morning.
Whistler tourism office offers a fantastic deal on bars and nightclubs with the ‘Whistler Club Crawl’- Make the most of the vibrant nightlife on a Saturday night as your group moves between two bars and three clubs. Tickets include three drinks, line priority and guest list access.
Whistler is a great place to indulge in a bit of holiday shopping, offering a variety of different kinds of stores including those selling sports clothes and equipment (including the Quicksilver, The North Face and Salomon brand stores), fashion, luxury items and local crafts.
There are also many gift shops around the village that offer authentic and traditional Native American souvenirs.
Whistler spas and relaxation
With all of the sport and non-stop ‘go’ attitude around Whistler, sometimes you just need to kick back and relax.
The famous Scandinave Spa in Whistler incorporates age-old Finnish traditions of soaking and soothing in hot climes, and plunging into cold water showers for a real sensory experience!
Relax your aching muscles with various other top-notch spas around the village, and enjoy a spot of yoga in the YAMA YOGA centre on the Main Street, and also enjoy the summer wellbeing festival of Whistler Wanderlust, a celebration of mindful living.
Whistler arts, culture and events
In Whistler there is a wide selection of unique local art galleries, museums and collections including the Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre, built to preserve the history and culture of the Squamish and Lil’wat Nations. The centre hosts a wide variety of educational events and experiences.
There is a huge array of cultural events and festivals happening in and around Whistler all year, including ‘Cornucopia Whistler, a celebration of food and drink produced locally in the British Columbia. The festival runs for 10 days in November.
There is also the world famous Pride and Ski festival in January, the biggest gay and lesbian ski festival there is! The festival runs for a week and is easily the most colourful festival that the season has to offer.
Finally, there is the World Ski and Snowboard Festival (WSSF) in April, exclusive to Whistler, this is another 10 day festival that celebrates snow sports, music and all around the clock partying and good times.
For more information on travel and transport visit our Whistler page
Ski Packs for 2018/19 season
The Lift pass rates for 2018/2019 (book by 30 April 2018) * Epic Pass Rates will be available from end of Feb 18
|Senior 65yrs+||Adult 18-64yrs||
|Whole area Pass
||6||1 - 21 Dec||£377||£419||£358||£212|
|22 Dec-06 Jan||£477||£531||£450||£266|
|7 Jan-01 Feb||£400||£446||£381||£223|
|02 Feb-24 Feb||£443||£493||£419||£246|
|25 Feb-31 Mar||£423||£470||£400||£235|
|1 Apr-30 Apr||£331||£369||£316||£185|
Ski and board rentals
Renting your skis and boards with Inghams has never been easier. You have the option of renting your equipment for either 6 or more days at a time, and all equipment will come suited to your needs, whether you are a beginner, intermediate or advanced skier/boarder.
It’s often recommended that you rent your skis and boards: you will save money on transporting your equipment overseas, you get to sample the latest technology, and if you consider yourself an occasional skier, it’s a chance to find out what your slope style is before committing to a pair of skis/board.
|Skis or Snowboard & boots||6/10||£147/£210||£184/£241||-|
|Child (2-12yrs)*||Skis or Snowboard & boots||6/10||£81/£122||-||-|
|TUITION||Ski & Snowboard tuition available to pre-book - 3 full days (6hrs per day) from £274|
Prices and supplements are correct at time of publishing but may vary up or down; correct prices will be advised at the time of booking
Sauna, jacuzzi, outdoor pool, fitness room (24hrs), complimentary ski valet and complimentary boot dryers