2010 Olympics: Where to Stay in Whistler

Vancouver/Whistler — By Nicole Lerner on December 29, 2009 at 3:56 pm

This week’s featured guide: Where to Stay in Whistler, by NileGuide’s Whistler Local Expert Natasha John.

During the Winter 2010 Olympic Games, Vancouver and Whistler will be bustling with visitors from all over the globe. Many of Vancouver and Whistler’s well known vacation hot spots have already been reserved by eager travelers, so we’ve compiled a list of alternative places to stay while you’re here for the big show. One of the many perks of staying at a B&B is getting first hand knowledge on a day-to-day basis from your host, along with the home cooked breakfasts, warm rooms and a charming atmosphere. When the city is swarming with crowds, what’s a better way to finish the night off than having all the comforts of home in one of British Columbia’s small, unique bed and breakfast’s or apartment style suites?

Check out the Whistler Lodging Guide

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Tags: British Columbia, lodging, Olympics, Whistler

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  • J. McCartney says:

    The Olympics coming up quickly so if you want to find some unique accommodations consider coming up in an RV. You can enjoy the events both in Vancouver and in Whistler the Sea-to-Sky Highway is a lovely drive and there are still availability at Whistler RV Park and Campgound (www.whistlerrvpark.com). If you plan to drive to Whistler you will need a check-point pass to enter so consider booking your accommodations soon.


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