Hotel Glacier Lodge

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These excellent condos are the perfect residence for a ski holiday due to their brilliant location in the heart of Whistler Blackcomb village.
The Glacier Lodge condo is just a short distance to Whistler village too, allowing guests easy access to all the brilliant bars and restaurants in Whistler.

There are a range of different condo sizes to choose between, some with lofts and all with views of the valley and the upper village. Downstairs you'll find a conveniently located cold beer and wine store from which you can stock the fridge! The condos come complete with great amenities including two outdoor hot tub, and outdoor swimming pool, ski storage facility and onsite ski rentals.

  • WiFi
  • Outdoor Swimming Pool
  • Ski in / ski out
Guide price
£1,140pp was £1,530 save £390
  • Scheduled flights
  • Accommodation
  • Transfer
  • 22 February 2020
  • 7 Nights
  • Hotel - Room Only
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Special offer
Early booking offer | Save up to 42% on accommodation | Book by 31 August
Special offer
Early Booking Offer | Children receive free airport transfers | Book before 15 November

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Ski Solutions has a team of experts on hand to help you choose the perfect holiday. Sometimes we will suggest alternatives to make sure the holiday suits you. The holiday prices shown are there to give you an idea on what you might expect to pay, these may well change depending on your ideal plans. Exchange rates, special offers or availability can also effect the price of your holiday. To get an accurate price based on your own requirements call to speak to one of our ski experts today.


All bedrooms at the Glacier Lodge feature a TV and DVD player and have access to WiFi internet throughout your stay.

Hotel Room - Consists of either 1 or 2 Queen beds and can sleep up to 4 people.

Studio - Features a fully equipped kitchen and a gas fireplace for guests to enjoy.
Consists of 1 Queen size bed and can sleep 2 people.

One Bedroom - Features a fully equipped kitchen and a gas fireplace for guests to enjoy.
Consists of 1 Queen bed and a Queen sofa-bed and can sleep up to 4 people. 
Some one bedroom suites also feature a loft with an additional Queen size bed which can sleep up to 6 people.

Two Bedroom - Features a fully equipped kitchen and a gas fireplace for guests to enjoy. 
Consists of 2 Queen size beds and a Queen size sofa-bed and can sleep up to 6 people. Suite also features 2 separate bathrooms.
Some two bedroom suites also feature a loft with an additional Queen size bed. These loft suites can sleep up to 8 people.

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Resort details


Whistler is one of the most highly regarded destinations in the World for ski holidays.

Some will never holiday anywhere else. Whistler is the biggest ski area in North America and one of the most famous ski resorts in the world. The mountain is all about flying through the trees, playing in high open bowls, and magnificent snow. Coupled with all the delights of supreme modern village, you might say this is as good as it gets.


On the mountain

For intermediates, Whistler is a playground like no other, with extensive terrain that includes long cruising groomed trails through the trees and beautiful blues on the Horstman Glacier which dazzle in the sun. Some good off-piste can be found amongst the ridges and bowls across Whistler Mountain, and there are incredible views from blue trails in the same area. Experts will love the steeper bowls and gullies available and, though terrain is a little more limited for beginners, the nursery slopes are excellent. Plus, in 2008, Whistler opened the Peak 2 Peak gondola – Whistler Blackcomb’s breathtaking new lift spanning the Fitzsimmons Creek linking Whistler and Blackcomb mountains covering 2.4kms in 11 minutes.


Off the mountain

Whistler Village is a varied cluster of chalets, apartments and some high-rise blocks. It is purpose-built but tasteful, with a car-free centre. The colourful variety of apres-ski bars and the vast array of eateries means the only difficulty is choosing where to go. The village is very lively, but there are rocking bars with live music as well as quiet and cosy snugs; gourmet restaurants (make sure you book in advance) as well as cheap and cheerful cafes - whatever you’re looking for, something will fit the bill.


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