Hilton Whistler Resort & Spa is conveniently located in Whistler Village. It is a short walk to most shops and restaurants. This year’s girls trip we stayed here at the Hilton Hotel Whistler. It was a great local staycation yet far enough from the boys.
Hilton Whistler has free wifi, heated outdoor pools and hot tubs. Rooms are clean and service was friendly. I liked it was near the ski lifts. Although parking was quite expensive at $30/night for self parking or $34 for valet parking. But it isn’t so bad once if divide up the cost.
The beds were comfortable and we all slept well. The hot water pressure was a-okay! Bath products provided are Peter Thomas Roth Clinical Skin Care. It is one of the bestselling anti-aging clinical skin care. The Mega-Rich Body Wash is uniquely formulated with innovative moisturizing beads that release nourishing vitamins A, C, E and pro-vitamin B5. Paraben-free; phthalate-free.
If you are ever up in Whistler, I highly recommend Scandinave Spa. This luxury spa is every girl’s dream. On the edge of Lost Lake and Spruce Groves parks is a 20,000 sqft outdoor experience of age-old Finnish tradition. Soaking in soothing outdoor warm and cold baths with refreshing waterfalls can melt away the worst of situations. Add a Swedish massage to complete rejuvenation and welcome it equally with enthused numbers of heart-eyed emojis.
Room rates at Hilton Hotel Whistler are reasonable even during peak season. This leaves us extra spending money for snow boarding, indoor rock-climbing and also a nice fancy dinner at Araxi.