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Whistler, BC Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 33
Total Sleeping Rooms 3,814
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 528
Committable Meeting Rooms* 28
Convention Center Space 40,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Exhibit Space 11,319 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate CAD $310
Average Daily Meal Cost CAD $162
Average Weekly Car Rental CAD $470
*Maximum for a single hotel

Whistler, BC Things to Do and Attractions

Whistler Bar Crawl

Whistler Club Crawl welcomes groups to join nightlife tours throughout Whistler Village, all within walking distance. It's designed for guests ages 19 and older, with an average participant age of 30. Held on Saturday nights each week, the group

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Whistler Eco Tours

Whistler Eco Tours brings people back to nature with its summer and winter rain or shine activities, including hiking, birdwatching, fishing, mountain biking, sightseeing, eagle viewing, Olympic venue tours and canoeing and kayaking along The River

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Ziptrek Ecotours

Ziptrek Ecotours offers five zipline tours and the zipline-free TreeTrek Canopy Walk, all set in an old-growth rainforest with 33 acres of diverse terrain. Participants can explore 11 ziplines from 200 to 2,000 feet, 28 cedar treetop platforms and

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Whistler Tasting Tours

Whistler Tasting Tours takes guests on progressive lunch and dinner tours, led by guides knowledgeable about Whistler's dining scene. The dinner tours take guests to four restaurants, while both the Dessert Tour and Lunch Tour include seven stops.

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Whistler Village

Nestled at the base of the lifts and convenient to skiing, snowboarding and sightseeing, Whistler Village is a pedestrian-only area lined with restaurants, shops, entertainment and accommodations. Bursting with unique mountain culture also features

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Il Caminetto

One of Whistler's original restaurants, Il Caminetto in Whistler Village serves regional Italian favorites in a cozy, Tuscan-inspired space with a summer patio. Guests dine on such selections as fettuccine with sundried tomato, goat cheese, and

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Hy's Steakhouse

Whistler's Hy's Steakhouse location in Village North welcomes guests to a quintessential steakhouse with an extensive wine list and an interior with honey woods, low-lit sconces and white linens. Entree options include Hy's Steakhouse signature New

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Housed in the Pinnacle Hotel, Quattro serves contemporary Italian fare in a Venetian interior with two fireplaces, an open kitchen, hand-painted silk chandeliers, rich mahogany and an eclectic mix of tables. Quattro's entree selections include

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Araxi Restaurant + Bar

Specializing in contemporary regional cuisine complemented by an internationally-awarded wine list, Araxi Restaurant + Bar is an elegant, yet relaxed eatery in the heart of Whistler Village. An early pioneer in the farm to table movement, Araxi

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Bearfoot Bistro

An elegant French bistro-style Champagne bar in Whistler Village, Bearfoot Bistro is home to premier fine dining, a Belvedere Ice room for vodka tasting and a 20,000-bottle underground wine cellar. Bearfoot Bistro's selections marry local ingredients

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Squamish Lil'wat Cultural Centre

One of Whistler's most popular attractions and event venues, Squamish Lil'wat Cultural Center in the Upper Village celebrates the history and culture of the Squamish and Lil'wat people. The center welcomes guests to learn the legends and folklores,

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Audain Art Museum

The Audain Art Museum is an iconic building that houses a permanent collection of artworks from British Columbia, as well as rotating exhibitions from leading museums around the world. The permanent collection features an outstanding collection of

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Whistler Olympic Park

The site of cross-country skiing, ski jumping and biathlon events during the 2010 Olympic Games, Whistler Olympic Park is the first Olympic venue to include all three traditional Nordic sport stadiums in one site. Now a sporting venue for residents,

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Whistler Sliding Centre

Nestled on the southeast slope of Blackcomb Mountain, minutes from Whistler Village, Whistler Sliding Centre served as the site of 2010 Winter Olympics bobsleigh, luge and skeleton competitions. One of 15 international competition sliding tracks in

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Whistler Olympic Plaza

Once the place where audiences gathered nightly for victory ceremonies during the 2010 Winter Olympics, today the Whistler Olympic Plaza serves as a permanent venue for recreation, arts and culture. Completed in 2011, the venue spans a lawn,

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Whistler Blackcomb / Peak 2 Peak Gondola

The readers of SKI Magazine have ranked Whistler's premier mountain resort, Whistler Blackcomb, as the Number One Ski Resort in North America. Spanning more than 8,100 acres of slopes, 16 alpine bowls, three glaciers, terrain parks, half pipes, more

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