Top 7 Reasons to Stay at Pan Pacific Whistler in 2012
Top 7 Reasons to Stay at
Pan Pacific Whistler in 2012
When looking for a hotel in Whistler this ski season, travelers want to find a great location and the best accommodations for the right price. The team at the Pan Pacific Whistler has come up with a list of reasons why skiers, boarders, snow-shoeing enthusiasts and Whistler resort visitors should check into the Pan… and then simply relax!
The top 7 reasons to choose Pan Pacific Whistler this winter are:
1. Location, location, location!
Pan Pacific Whistler Mountainside is, well, “mountainside”! This property sits at the base of both Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains, where their gondolas meet in Whistler Village… offering visitors the best address in Whistler. A short stop at the Ski Valet (also mountainside) to pick up skies and boards will ensure Pan Pacific guests heading to the slopes are not slowed down with long walks, carrying heavy equipment (or gear belonging to children).
2. Trip Advisor and Condé Nast Traveler cannot be wrong.
For the last 2 years running and again in 2012, Pan Pacific Whistler Village Centre has been voted the top property in Whistler by both Trip Advisor and Condé Nast Traveler… and it is their business to know which properties are offering the best services in the best locations at the best rates. Trust the opinions of these well-travelled readers and editors.
3. Add-on charges are not the Pan Pacific way.
Guests want free, high speed Wi-Fi and free local calls. The Pan Pacific Whistler properties offer these perks all year round. Valet service is included in the parking fee, so the Valet team parks the cars at no additional charge. Slope-side valet ski storage for all Pan Pacific guests is also free. This team of hospitality professionals advocates for no hidden fees or surprises at check out.
4. All guestrooms at both Pan Pacific properties are suites with FULL kitchens.
If guests are planning their own après ski home-cooked dinner or simply want to feed a crowd of hungry children, the kitchens in the Pan Pacific suites have everything needed… including a turkey baster (for those BIG projects). There are many suite styles and configurations to choose from including, studios, one bedrooms, two bedrooms, two bedrooms with dens, and specialty suites with washers and dryers; all featuring in-suite fireplaces and private balconies.
5. The best pool deck in Whistler is at the Pan Pacific Whistler Mountainside.
Imagine watching skiers and boarders making their final runs of the day while soaking sore muscles in the hotel hot tub just steps from the slopes. A well-equipped fitness room and a steam room are adjacent to the heated outdoor salt water pool and whirlpools.
6. Pan Pacific Whistler Village Centre offers Complimentary Breakfast.
When staying at the Pan Pacific Whistler Village Centre, a full (hot) breakfast is included in the room rate. Rashers of bacon, sausages, eggs, and all the continental breakfast options are generously served up, buffet style, to all in-house guests. This perk offers great value for families visiting the resort.
7. Dubh Linn Gate Irish Pub is “in the house”.
Dubh Linn Gate, the prime après ski location, offers fabulous pub lunches and dinners, as well as the best valued, closest to the lifts, breakfast in the village. A generous bacon and egg breakfast is the perfect way to start the day. Guinness is on tap for those thirsty folks after a fun day on the hill. All this, and Irish entertainment, is located right inside the Pan Pacific Whistler Mountainside, an easy walk to all Pan Pacific suites, no matter what time of the day…or night.
Pan Pacific Associates, dubbed the “Service One” team for a reason, are available 24 -hours each day at both properties. The Pan Pacific Whistler team takes pride in ensuring each guest finds his or her way into the most suitable suite, offering that guest the best choice and value in Whistler. For more information about the Pan Pacific Whistler Village Centre or Pan Pacific Whistler Mountainside, call toll free at 1- 888 905 2995 or visit http://www.panpacificwhistler.com.
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