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“High-end dining in a cozy atmosphere. Great place to treat yourself after a day of skiing or mountain biking. Great service and stellar cuisine. Try to get a spot by the fireplace in the winter and a spot on the patio in the summer.”
102lokala rekommendationer
Amerikansk restaurang
“Real fine dining. It is a bit pricey, but if you are here in the offseason, November or May, do not miss the five-course dining menu for about $40 - it is well worth it!”
99lokala rekommendationer
“If you enjoy good coffee and pastries THIS is something you don't want to miss! I love their Mocas but everthing is great here ”
97lokala rekommendationer
“Plan to spend a whole morning or afternoon at Scandinave Spa - Nordic style spa with hot pools, cold plunge pools, saunas, steam rooms, yoga, serenity rooms, hammocks, fire pits, holistic bistro and juice/coffee bar.”
76lokala rekommendationer
“A wood-fired pizza house with big salads and big pizzas. If you want pizza, go here. ”
81lokala rekommendationer
“A stunning gallery that houses some beautiful indigenous art. Great gift shop selling a variety of unique pieces by artists living and working in the Sea to Sky corridor. A must-see, especially on a rainy day.”
79lokala rekommendationer
Apres Ski Bar
“The après ski place to be. You can't miss it when you get off the Creekside gondola. They have live music as well. Check out the Hair Farmer's - classic local Whistler band.”
81lokala rekommendationer
Grocery or Supermarket
“A small, but full service market with deli, meat and cheese counter, fresh produce and bakery goods.”
58lokala rekommendationer
“Walk right out our door and down to Lost Lake (and its surrounding trails). The area is full of beautiful walking, hiking, running, biking and cross-country skiing trails. We spend a lot of time exploring this area. It is truly magical. ”
62lokala rekommendationer
“One of the largest ski resorts in North America. Besides skiing and snowboarding, the area offers snowshoeing, tobogganing and ski jumping at the Olympic Park, a venue for the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics. The hub of Whistler is a compact, chalet-style pedestrian village at the base of Whistler and Blackcomb mountains.”
67lokala rekommendationer
“Love the fresh pasta here. Also one of the more affordable places to go out to eat in Whistler. Or you can pick up some pasta to bring home to cook.”
51lokala rekommendationer
“Located in the beautiful Summit Lodge Boutique Hotel Elements Urban Tapas Parlour is now open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Extensive martini and wine list, and in room dining available”
54lokala rekommendationer
“Red Door is ideal for high end dining in a cozy setting. Reservations 10 days in advance recommended. Not recommended for children.”
50lokala rekommendationer
“This is a must-see, but check the hours or call before you go. The building is so beautiful that everyone seems to book their wedding there! This is not a large museum, but it houses some stunning local indigenous art and artifacts. We recommend trying to show up for the guided tours where you will be walked through local stories and legends. A wonderful place to learn more about the Squamish and Lil'wat people, their history, art, and culture, and how it lives on today.”
46lokala rekommendationer
“Best place for apres-ski, especially if you can get a spot on the outdoor patio. ”
42lokala rekommendationer
“Apres to great nightlife - when they have an event on, which is fairly regularly. ”
49lokala rekommendationer