The Listel Hotel Whistler

PLAY HARD, REST EASY

Just steps from the mountains, and at the heart of Whistler Village, the Listel Hotel Whistler offers the perfect base for your alpine adventure.

Our friendly, knowledgeable staff are always on hand to answer questions, offer tips and advice on the area, and make sure your stay is comfortable and relaxed.

With spacious rooms, free WiFi, our personalized ski and snowboard valet service, plus complimentary bike storage in summer, a stay at the Listel offers everything you are looking for, at a price point that makes sense.

Don’t want to leave your beloved small pet behind?

We have a limited number of pet-friendly rooms available for the four-legged members of your family. For more information on how your pet can stay with you at the Listel please read our pet-friendly policy.

Caring for the environment

We take our environmental responsibility seriously and are proud to hold a 3 Green Key rating from the Hotel Association of Canada. Stay at the Listel confident in the knowledge that a low environmental footprint is our priority.

Hit the slopes.

Whistler is North America’s premier ski resort, boasting the extensive ski and snowboarding terrain of Whistler and Blackcomb mountains linked by the world record-breaking PEAK2PEAK Gondola.

Discover Wonderful Whistler

A year-round wonderland with world-class amenities, summer in Whistler offers the very best of hiking, biking and so much more: paddle the glacier lakes, zip-line across the valley, or take in a round of golf at one of the resort’s trio of top class courses.

After a hard day’s fun, visit the all-pedestrian village for boutique shopping, excellent eating and drinking, relaxing spas and entertainment options for all ages.

Whistler’s premier fine-dining restaurant, the Bearfoot Bistro, located inside the hotel, offers an excellent après ski and bar menu, as well as the hottest spot in town, the Ketel Once Ice Room – the coldest vodka tasting room in the world.

Whistler Village Photo by: Tourism Whistler / Mike Crane

From The Blog

Your Guide To Whistler Mountain Bike Park

Your Guide To Whistler Mountain Bike Park

Photo: Tourism Whistler / Mike Crane May is the time of year when skis get traded in for two wheels and a crowded bus on the way to the ski hill becomes a distant memory. As the last bit of snow melts away, the trail networks emerge and bikes take over Whistler. Some flock to the surrounding all-mountain trails to experience the spring dirt while others wait patiently for a day long awaited since fall, Whistler Mountain Bike Park opening day. If you’ve been anticipating riding the bike park, here is a guide to getting your fair share of the infamous Whistler More »