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Tucked back from the main stroll, the Listel Hotel has a relaxing atmosphere and provides the perfect base camp for a skiing adventure with Blackcomb and Whistler only a stone's throw away. The hotel prides itself on having a low environmental footprint and, as such, it currently holds a 3 Green Key rating from the Hotel Association of Canada.
The hotel is home to 98 rooms made up of Deluxe Kings, Deluxe Two Queens, Junior Suites and Premium Suites with Wi-Fi and high definition TV's in all. The Junior and Premium Suites both have King size beds and pull out Queens providing ample space suitable for families (children 18 and under stay for free when sharing a room with at least one paying adult).
The Bearfoot Bistro offers premier fine-dining, cooked by Executive Chef Melissa Craig, and serving traditional Canadian cuisine from wild spring salmon to Angus beef tenderloin. As of July 2016 a 3-course lobster dinner is available on Mondays. The Champagne Lounge is the perfect for après-ski, or late night cocktails, as the resident pianist knocks out a tinkle on the piano. For the more adventurous, the Ketel Once Ice Room serves the coldest tasting vodka in the world (and we know that's been on your bucket list for a while now). In the summer months the outdoor patio turns into a South Beach style lounge with a house DJ and upbeat vibrant atmosphere.
The hotels hot tub and sauna is open to guests from 08.00 to 22.00, providing a perfect way to refresh yourself in the mornings or to warm up (post outdoor adventure) in the evenings. The hotel also has a personalised ski and snowboard valet service in the winter and complimentary bike storage in the summer which takes away any pressure of organising gear hire meaning your holiday starts the second you step into The Listel Hotel.
Being perfectly located in the heart of Whistler there's an abundance of things to do suitable for everyone and across all seasons. For the relaxed shopaholics Whistlers pedestrianised streets are lined with boutique shops, spas and entertainment outlets and for the foodies there's an abundance of fine eateries. In the Spring, valley hikes and mountain biking are all the rage, whilst summer see's white water rafting and bear viewing excursions. Inevitably winter in Whistler is all about the powder with world class skiing and snowboarding on offer providing an exhilarating escape into the mountains.
Why we love it
Dining in the heart of the kitchen and watching Chef Melissa Craig create an exceptional five course tasting menu.
Alexandra, Original Traveller