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We have a range of budget places to stay in Whistler from as low as £31 per night
Based on previous Whistler accommodation searches, the average starting price is £158
Want to splurge? At the top end in Whistler, we have 21 places to stay with prices starting at £262
x The average starting price for a place to stay in Whistler is £158 per night.
bowyer1 A charming b and b run by charming couple. Alan was extremely helpful, very informative about local area. The house had a good homely feel to it, with a lovely lounge and patio area where you could relax and read a wide range of Alans books on cooking and wines. It was worth the stay to experience the breakfast particularly on the last day a cheese souffle to die for!! 10 out of 10
B-rock The Fireside Lodge is easily the best place that I have ever stayed at whilst in Whistler. It is impossibly cheap ($23 per night) has great facilities and cleanliness with better hospitality then somewhere that you would be expecting to pay $123 per night! It is located about 1.5km walk from the Creekside gondola (which you can catch a bus to and from the corner of Nordic Dr for $2.50 or $2 if you pre purchase a book of 10 tickets). Note that this is the Fireside Outdoor Recreational Club which means that it is a members club interested in skiing mountain biking etc. They let the public stay in their club for a small fee so that they can get better facilities with this money, the Fireside is great if you would like to ski all day have a relaxing dinner at night with some very friendly people and have a good night sleep so that you can do it all again the next day. If you are after a party atmosphere I recommend you try looking at the H.I Hostel or equivalent.
4591 Blackcomb WayExcellent 90%
4320 Sundial CrescentExcellent 90%
4299 Blackcomb WayExcellent 90%
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