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Getting Here

The Fairmont Chateau Whistler is located at 4599 Chateau Boulevard, Whistler, British Columbia, Canada. Just over 2 hours from Vancouver International Airport, allow epic sea-to-sky views set the tone for your arrival.

Vancouver International Airport (YVR) is located 85 miles (137 km) from Fairmont Chateau Whistler. Travel time by car is approximately 135 minutes.

Vancouver International Airport (YVR):

  • Follow the signs to Grant McConachie Way, Vancouver and city center.
  • Proceed over the Arthur Laing Bridge.
  • Keep right and follow the signs to Granville Street and city center.
  • Go along Granville Street (approximately 8 km), then over the Granville Bridge.
  • Take the Seymour exit off Granville Bridge.
  • Follow Seymour Street 7 blocks to Georgia and turn left (west).
  • Head west along Georgia Street, approximately 12 blocks to Stanley Park.
  • Go through Stanley Park and onto the Lion’s Gate Bridge.
  • As you leave the bridge, follow the signs for West Vancouver.
  • You will find yourself on Marine Drive.
  • At the 1st traffic light turn right onto Taylor Way.
  • At the 2nd traffic light, take the left lane and follow the signs to Horseshoe Bay.
  • At Horseshoe Bay, watch for the exit sign onto Highway 99 North to Squamish and Whistler.
  • Continue north along Highway 99 to Whistler Village.
  • Once you reach the Whistler Valley, proceed through 6 traffic lights and turn right at the 7th traffic light onto Lorimer Road.
  • Follow Lorimer Road through the traffic light to the Upper Village, until you reach the 4-way stop sign at Blackcomb Way.
  • Turn right onto Blackcomb Way.
  • Almost immediately, you will see The Fairmont Chateau Whistler sign at the foot of Chateau Boulevard (left-hand side).

 

From Downtown Vancouver:

  • Head west along Georgia Street approximately 12 blocks to Stanley Park.
  • Go through Stanley Park and onto the Lions Gate Bridge.
  • As you leave the bridge, follow the signs for West Vancouver.
  • You will find yourself on Marine Drive. At the first traffic light turn right onto Taylor Way.
  • At the second traffic light, take the left lane and follow the signs to Horseshoe Bay.
  • At Horseshoe Bay, watch for the exit sign onto Highway 99 north to Squamish and Whistler.
  • Continue north along Highway 99 to Whistler Village.
  • Once you reach the Whistler Valley, proceed through the first 6 traffic lights and turn right at the 7th traffic light onto Lorimer Road.
  • Follow Lorimer Road through the traffic light to the Upper Village, until you reach the 4-way stop sign at Blackcomb Way.
  • Turn right onto Blackcomb Way and, almost immediately, you will see The Fairmont Chateau Whistler sign at the foot of Chateau Boulevard (left-hand side).

 

From Seattle via Downtown Vancouver:

  • Follow Interstate 5 north to the Douglas Border Crossing, which in Canada becomes Highway 99, taking you down Oak Street to 41st Avenue.
  • Turn left onto 41st and go approximately 8 blocks to Granville Street.
  • Turn right on Granville and continue over the bridge into downtown Vancouver.
  • Take the Seymour exit off Granville Bridge and follow Seymour Street for 7 blocks to Georgia Street.
  • Turn left onto Georgia and proceed 12 blocks along Georgia Street, through Stanley Park and onto the Lions Gate Bridge.
  • As you leave the bridge, follow the signs for West Vancouver.
  • You will find yourself on Marine Drive. At the first traffic light you will turn right onto Taylor Way.
  • At the second traffic light, take the left lane and follow the signs to Horseshoe Bay.
  • At Horseshoe Bay, watch for the exit sign onto Highway 99 north to Squamish and Whistler.
  • Continue north along Highway 99 to Whistler Village.
  • Once you reach the Whistler Valley, proceed through 6 traffic lights and turn right at the 7th light onto Lorimer Road.
  • Follow Lorimer Road through the traffic light to the Upper Village until you reach the 4-way stop sign at Blackcomb Way.
  • Turn right onto Blackcomb Way and almost immediately, you will see The Fairmont Chateau Whistler sign at the foot of Chateau Boulevard (left-hand side).

 

From Seattle bypassing Downtown Vancouver:

  • Follow interstate 5 north to Blaine, Washington.
  • Then follow the signs off Interstate 5 to the Pacific Border Crossing (truck crossing).
  • After crossing into Canada, follow Highway 15 orth through Surrey to Highway 1 (Trans-Canada Highway).
  • Exit onto Highway 1 Westbound.
  • Travel west on Highway 1 to Horseshoe Bay.
  • Watch for the exit sign onto Highway 99 north to Squamish and Whistler.
  • Once you reach the Whistler Valley, proceed through the first 6 traffic lights and turn right at the 7th traffic light onto Lorimer Road.
  • Follow Lorimer Road through the traffic light to the Upper Village until you reach the 4-way stop sign at Blackcomb Way.
  • Turn right onto Blackcomb Way and almost immediately you will see The Fairmont Chateau Whistler sign at the foot of Chateau Boulevard (left-hand side).

Fairmont Chateau Whistler

Algonquin

Small meeting room. Capacity: 2-35.

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The Chalet

Featuring European-inspired alpine cuisine, The Chalet’s menu offers the perfect collection of warm and welcoming dishes you’d expect in North America’s favourite mountain resort. Indulge in savoury fondues, house-made pâté, schnitzel, rösti and artisan charcuterie platters.

The Clubhouse Fairmont Chateau Whistler Golf Club
The Clubhouse

Picturesque views of the 18th hole set the stage for a casual lunch or dinner on the patio at the Fairmont Chateau Whistler Golf Clubhouse. (April – October).

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Portobello

An elevated casual dining experience delivered by an animated open kitchen, Portobello’s made-to-order sandwich selection and gourmet pastry and coffee operation have expanded to include open-flame rotisserie chicken, pork ribs, and delectable smoked brisket.

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The Wildflower

The Wildflower’s signature warm and inviting ambiance is the ideal casual resort setting for breakfast and dinner. Showcasing locally inspired dishes and innovative classics in a family-friendly restaurant setting.

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The Grill Room

With warm, inviting service, tableside appetizers, and the occasional bottle of sparkling wine being sabered, Grill Room is the perfect Whistler restaurant location for a night out with friends or a romantic dinner for two.

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The Mallard Lounge

Master mixologists with signature blends of house-infused spirits, Canadian and West Coast food, live entertainment and a spectacular setting have created a legendary following among visitors and locals alike.

Scandinave Spa in Whistler
Scandinave Spa Whistler

Experience the age-old tradition of authentic Scandinavian baths right in Whistler. This unique spa also offers signature massage treatments.

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Nicklaus North Golf Course

This par 71, 18-hole course winds along a gentle valley floor offering you a spectacular setting as your golfing skills are tested to the fullest.

Whistler Blackcomb

Home to over 8,171 acres of skiable terrain, Whistler Blackcomb is a winter paradise for skiers and snowboarders alike. With two side-by-side mountains to choose from, Whistler and Blackcomb, there’s no limit to the terrain waiting to be explored! With the Blackcomb Gondola just steps from Fairmont’s backdoor, there’s no better time to hit the slopes!

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Chateau Whistler Golf Course

A fun and challenging course for players of all levels. This Robert Trent Jones, Jr. masterpiece traverses more than 400 feet of creeks, ponds, stands of ancient Douglas fir and granite rock to create an impressive golf opportunity and a naturally spectacular BC golf experience.

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Whistler Golf Course

Whistler Golf Course is carved out of a forested area on the valley floor. Narrow fairways and fast green’s give this course bite. Ball strikers will excel at this course as it’s very much a second shot track.

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Lost Lake Park

Open year round, Lost Lake Park offers a range of recreational activities, including biking, swimming, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and disc golfing.

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Whistler Olympic Plaza

A legacy of the 2010 Winter Games, Whistler Olympic Plaza is a state-of-the-art outdoor performance facility and community space with a park and playground.

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Audain Art Museum

The Audain Art Museum’s iconic building houses a permanent collection of artworks from British Columbia, and hosts exhibitions from leading museums around the world.

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