This custom-built hostel was part of Whistler's athlete's village for the 2010 Olympics and is now one of the best budget options in town. There's a licensed café, BBQ decks with mountain views, ensuite private rooms, shared rooms for four and fully loaded common rooms, all a short drive from the lifts.
Enjoy mountain views from almost every room, grab a coffee, meal or a beer at Cheaky's Café or meet friends on brewery tour. The HI Whistler is a modern hostel with all the amenities you'd expect and then some. The 188-bed hostel is Whistler's biggest, offering affordable rates minutes from the resort village. Groups can use the large self-catering kitchen or spread out in the communal areas and decks. The common lounge room and TV room is the perfect place to unwind after a big day up on the ski hill or have a bit of fun in the games room. Guests have access to a communal laundry, ski storage and parking.
Set in the Whistler Olympic Village, HI Whistler is only about 9kms away from Whistler Village, about a 15 minute drive. The Whistler Village bus stops directly outside the hostel making getting into and out of Whistler Village easy. Whistler Creekside is closer so another good option for easier access to the lifts and more dining options.
Premium Private Room a little more hotel than hostel, these rooms have a queen bed, ensuite bathroom, flat-screen TV and unbeatable mountain views. Linen included.
Private Quad a great option for families or group of friends, stay in a four-person room with two sets of bunk beds and your own ensuite bathroom. Sleeps 4. Includes private lockers, linen.
Shared room four-person shared rooms feature two bunks and come in men, women or mixed-gender options. Includes individual lockers and linen.