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Frequently asked questions
What should a history enthusiast expect from a trip to Whistler?
You’re likely already making plans to see the sights of historical relevance while you’re staying in Whistler. And while you’re here, you can visit the ski slopes and majestic mountain landscape. You can also take some time in this quaint area to enjoy the scenic lakeside.
What's the best accommodation in Whistler to learn about local history?
Based on our travel expertise, Fairmont Chateau Whistler is a top 4.5-star resort for history buffs booking on Expedia, and it features a full-service spa and a golf course. Whistler Train Wreck is a short 12-minute drive away. A couple of other options near historic sites include Four Seasons Resort Whistler and Pan Pacific Whistler Village Centre.
How many historical hotels will I find in Whistler?
In Whistler, you’ll find 2199 hotel accommodations bookable on Expedia, including 90 historic hotels or hotels close to historic sites.
What are the top historical places and other sights in Whistler?
Whistler is notable for landmarks like Whistler Train Wreck. Cultural venues include Audain Art Museum, Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre, and Whistler Museum. Other popular sights include Whistler Blackcomb Ski Resort and Scandinave Spa Whistler.
What is a historic hotel like in Whistler?
By booking a historic hotel, guests can stay in a building that has an officially recognized historic designation. A palace, castle, grand home or even an old police station, pub, lodge, or skyscraper can be identified as a historic hotel provided that it’s of special interest. Traditional architecture and period features can be admired within the guestrooms or public spaces of historic hotels in Whistler, giving a real sense of character.
What is the difference between a historic hotel and a heritage hotel?
“Heritage hotel” is a term often used in Asia and Europe, while “historic hotel” is a term often used in the U.S. overall though the terms are similar. The architecture and actual building of a historic hotel is generally the most important aspect. For a heritage hotel, often it’s the cultural value along with how it shaped the community.
Do historic hotels in Whistler have modern facilities?
Hotels have the safety features and modern conveniences you might expect, but every effort is made to preserve historic facades and treasured traditions. Private rooms with updated bathroom facilities, heating and air conditioning, free and fast Internet, and the normal amenities found in most hotels should be available at a historic hotel. When you choose a historic hotel in Whistler, don’t worry that you’ll be staying at a place that’s uncomfortable or rundown.