A place of unlimited opportunity
Whistler is a truly world-class, year round destination resort with incredible scenery, and unlimited opportunity for outdoor adventures. A charming village full of shops, restaurants and nightlife. Golf on one of its three championship golf courses or ski on either of the award winning mountains of Whistler and Blackcomb or choose from a bounty of other activities for all ages and interests. Whistler is a magnificent and breath-taking destination for all seasons and all interests.
The Listel Hotel Whistler is conveniently located with easy access to the incredible skiing, hiking and untold adventures that await you in this unique area of British Columbia. You are only minutes away from 3 championship golf courses, beaches, biking, windsurfing, horseback riding and tennis. Plus over 7,000 acres for world class alpine and cross country skiing is just minutes away. Hotel guests will appreciate the variety of delectable dining, distinctive art galleries and shopping options that can be found within minutes of the hotel.
Whistler is a 4 season resort but the locals call it 2. Summer is filled with long bike rides through the myriad of forested trails followed by swims in the local lakes. Winter is not a time to hibernate - get up early and hit the slopes and then find a jacuzzi and unwind before heading out for the evening dining and nightlife.
Look for these great local attractions when in Whistler
- Peak 2 Peak Gondola
- Maurice Young Millennium Place for Arts
- Bearfoot Bistro & Champagne Bar
- Lost Lake
- Whistler Public Library
- Public Art throughout the village
Winter in Whistler offers endless enjoyment for all ages. From the most expansive terrain for downhill skiing and snowboarding in North America to breathtaking heliskiing trips, moonlight sleigh rides, or cross-country skiing within the village or at the world class Whistler Olympic Park.
Try some of these favourites when in Whistler
- Waffles at the Crystal Hut on Blackcomb
- Coca Cola Tube Park
- Fire & Ice Welcome Night, Sundays in the village
- Whistler Olympic Park for nordic skiing
- Whistler Sliding Centre for Bobsled tours
- Scandinave Spa
Summer in Whistler is spectacular. Spend your days on guided bike tours, downhill mountain biking or fishing in one of our locally stocked lakes. Challenge yourself on one of our 3 championship golf courses. Explore local mountains by horseback or ATV 4x4. Tour nearby glaciers by helicopter or enjoy a white water raft trip.
Try some of these summer favourites
- Ziptrek Ecotours
- Lost Lake Picnics
- Ancient Cedar tours
- Mountain top hiking
- Peak 2 Peak Gondola
From Vancouver International Airport: Follow signs to City Centre via Granville Street. After about 20 minutes driving, you will cross the Granville Street Bridge. Keep to the right and continue following signs to Highway 99 north and Whistler. This route will lead you through downtown Vancouver, Stanley Park, and over the Lions Gate Bridge. Continue following signs for Highway 99 north and Whistler
From Seattle: Follow signs north to Vancouver on the I5. Take the Truck Crossing. Once through the border, follow 176th Street all the way. DO NOT turn left at the traffic lights pointing you to the Highway 99 and Vancouver, as this road will take you through the traffic of downtown Vancouver! After 5+ miles, you will see direction to Highway 1. Go west to Vancouver. Stay west on Highway 1, it will bypass Vancouver with directions to Horseshoe Bay Ferry Terminal. Highway 1 eventually turns into Highway 99 going north to Squamish and Whistler.