Whistler Vacation Rentals - Why Rent Here?
Whistler played host to the 2010 winter Olympics and as a world-famous winter sports destination, offers a variety of accommodation options including ski-in, ski-out chalet rentals, hotel resorts and vacation homes. Whistler is a also a great place to rent a cabin during the summer months, as it is a popular destination for hiking, biking and watching wildlife.
Some of the excellent summer activities in Whistler include rafting, fishing, bear watching, record setting gondola rides, bungee jumping and hiking. If you want to relax or are staying at a cabin or cottage rental with your family, you can enjoy one of the beaches or lakes in the area. Of course in the winter, there are many snow related activities to participate in for both the adventurer and the casual traveller. If you plan on visiting for the snow, be sure to rent one of the ski chalets that will offer the proximity to the mountains that you will be looking for. Whistler Cottage rentals and Whistler Chalet rentals are really a terrific way to enjoy the area and experience this wonderful destination.
We offer many different types of Whistler rental accommodations, each with its own unique experience.
Nestled in British Columbia’s Coast Mountain Range, world-renowned Whistler is the largest ski area in North America with ski chalet and condo rentals scattered throughout the charming and picturesque pedestrianized village.
With its two mountains, Whistler Blackcomb Ski Resort has become a legendary spot for downhill skiing, snowboarding, cat-skiing, heli-skiing, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling. The Family Adventure Zone caters to kids of all ages, with fun-filled après-ski activities. As a four-season holiday destination, Whistler also attracts summertime hikers, cyclists, mountain bikers, golfers, and horseback riders. A series of freshwater and glacial-fed lakes, rivers, and streams wind their way through Whistler, making the park a favourite of anglers and water sport enthusiasts, who enjoy the waterways via canoes and kayaks.
With plenty of restaurants, cafés, pubs, boutiques, galleries, and spas in Whistler Village, there’s no shortage of places to retire to after a day on the slopes or trails. Experience fine dining at Araxi or Bearfoot Bistro, or grab a craft beer at Garibaldi Lift Co. Whistler Blackcomb Ski Resort also plays host to many cultural events year-round, including Cornucopia, a four-day festival that celebrates food and wine.
With vacation rentals to suit every style and budget, Whistler is located just 90 minutes northeast of Vancouver.
Whistler is a household name for winter sports including skiing, snowboarding, and mountain biking. Whistler has a population of 9,824 permanent residents but hosts two million visitors annually, making it one of the more visited tourist destinations in Canada. Stay in a cabin and feel like you’re at home while taking advantage of everything this mountain has to offer.+ More