15 Amazing Whistler Airbnbs You’ll Want to Book

Traveling to Whistler has been on our bucket list for years. After moving to Canada a few years ago we knew we couldn’t wait any longer to get to one of the most famous ski resorts in the entire world in the winter.

We heard many good and bad things about Whistler Blackcomb and knew we just had to make the trip to British Columbia and check it out for ourselves. Then we returned again in the summer for some beautiful hiking and thrilling mountain biking. We were able to situate ourselves at some amazing Whistler Airbnbs while visiting. There are so many choose from it can be hard to narrow down.

This is a world-class outdoor destination so you can expect there to be tons of Airbnbs to sift through. So we’ve gone ahead and done that work for you and sorted our favorite Whistler Airbnbs for every group size and every budget here. Here are the best Airbnbs in Whistler Village, Whistler Creekside, and on Blackcomb Mountain!

But First, Why Stay in One of These Whistler Airbnbs?

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Unique Stays: Don’t get me wrong. I love hotels, but staying in Airbnb gives you the chance to find more unique property. We do our hardest to show you the best townhouses, lofts, cottages, and cabins. Not just standard hotel rooms so that your stay is extra special.

Stay Local: By staying with a local host you are choosing local businesses. This is not only great for them, but it gives you the chance to get the lowdown on the best things to do, where to eat, etc. No one knows best besides a local.

Affordable: Airbnbs range in price and can be found all over the city, not just in one area (like a downtown area). You can stay in local neighborhoods which typically mean cheaper.

Flexibility: What I love about Airbnbs is that you can choose places that are fit for not just two people, but four, six, and so on making them great for families and even more cost-effective.

Privacy: Most Airbnbs now let you check-in and check out without any human interaction if you don’t want to. Keypads, lock boxes, and door codes make this all possibl


The Best Whistler Airbnbs


Want to find an Airbnb in Whistler without too much hassle? Here are our absolute favorite picks from the article, but keep reading for all the amazing options for different Airbnbs in Whistler, British Columbia.

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A Word on Whistler Airbnbs

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Whistler is one of the top ski resorts in North America, if not the world. Airbnbs in Whistler caters heavily towards the ski crowd that will descend upon British Columbia between December and May. In the summer Whistler is world-renowned for its biking and hiking. That means Whistler doesn’t really have a bad season, and it may be hard to find a good deal on a Whistler Airbnb.

That being said this list still focuses on some affordable Airbnbs. The more people you have to share an Airbnb the cheaper it will be! there are a few different types of Whistler Airbnbs you can expect. Those are condos, townhomes, ski chalets, and on the rare occasion a standalone home!


Ski-in/Ski-Out Luxury Apartment


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  • Location: Blackcomb
  • Beds: 2
  • Guests: 4
  • Superhost: Yes
  • Price: $170+

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This is one of my favorite Whistler Airbnbs I’ve ever seen. It’s absolutely gorgeous with stunning woodwork throughout the whole condo. It’s best for two people, but there is definitely room for four as it has a separate King size bed in the bedroom and a queen mattress Murphy bed in the living room.

The whole place is built with soundproofing in mind so you can hear much from other units. There’s a gas fireplace in the living room to stay toasty by after a long day skiing in the winter as well as two flat-screen TVs. Don’t worry you’re it’s ski-in/ski out so you’ll have first dibs on an epic Whistler powder day.

A full kitchen is here so you can make all the best meals you want in Whistler. However, my favorite plus about this place is the heated tile floor in the kitchen and bathroom. Seriously if this place the availability book it and don’t wait!


Top Floor Townhouse


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  • Location: Whistler Creekside
  • Beds: 2
  • Guests: 4
  • Superhost: Yes
  • Price: $100+

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This is a gorgeous top floor townhouse in the Creekside area of Whistler, which means you are just steps away from the Creekside Gondola and on a powder day you can be the first in line and get fresh tracks. You won’t have to worry about parking among the crowds at Whistler, you can literally walk right from your townhome up to the gondola.

This is a beautiful and bright option for up to four people to stay. Some of the amenities include two cozy queen beds, new appliances, and an epic patio to enjoy drinks on after a day out. The space comes with two free parking spots which is crucial in Whistler where parking can be expensive and a pain.

I’ll mention it again because it is what makes this Whistler Airbnb so great – a freaking patio! The outdoor space has a BBQ and picnic table with epic mountain views. You’ll also be able to enjoy a Smart TV and fast WiFi.


Luxurious Ski In Ski Out Condo


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  • Location: Blackcomb Mountain
  • Beds: 2 (one Murphy Bed)
  • Guests: 4
  • Superhost: Yes
  • Price: $150+

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Talk about absolutely epic views! This apartment is gorgeous and has so much to offer travelers to Whistler! This is one of the nicest Airbnbs in Whister and if you look at the photos you’ll see what I mean.

This one bedroom one bath sits on the slopes of Blackcomb mountain. With ski-in/ski-out it truly doesn’t get much better. This Whistler Airbnb has floor to ceiling massive windows so you can watch skiers zip around while you enjoy coffee.

This Airbnb sits inside Le Chamois resort meaning there is on site dining, parking, and gear storage available. You can walk right into Whistler Village in 10 minutes for Apres Ski.

If you’re looking for something upscale on Blackcomb Mountain you truly can’t do much better than this Airbnb.


Village Modernist Studio


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  • Location: Whistler Village
  • Beds: 1
  • Guests: 3
  • Superhost: Yes
  • Price: $150+

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This is one of the most beautiful Whistler Airbnbs on this list. It’s an Airbnb Plus, which essentially means it’s been vetted by Airbnb. As you can probably see the photos are stunning and offer a boho experience in the heart of Whistler.

This studio is perfect for a couple who long to cuddle up under a cozy modern fireplace. A full kitchen is provided and on a warm summer day, one of the best things to do is enjoy a home-cooked meal on the patio.

Guest can expect Airbnb conditioning, a memory foam mattress, Netflix, and a hot tub with a dry sauna. Note that parking is not free howveer and costs $15 a day.


Main Street Loft


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  • Location: Whistler Village North
  • Beds: 2
  • Guests: 4
  • Superhost: Yes
  • Price: $150+

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I love this Whistler Airbnb situated conveniently right on Main Street near Whistler Village North. If you just take one look at the photos you’ll see why I love it so much – it’s absolutely stunning with high ceilings and a patio.

There’s free parking, which is hard to come by in Whistler as well as access to the building hot tub.

There’s a ski and bike storage unit which is super helpful in the summer and winter! You’re just steps away from some of the best restaurants and bars in Whistler and less than a 10 minute walk away from the gondola.


Townhouse with Private Hot Tub


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  • Location: Whistler Village
  • Beds: 1 bed 1 sofabed
  • Guests: 4
  • Superhost: Yes
  • Price: $250+

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Private hot tubs are hard to come by in Airbnb rentals so this Whistler rental is super nice for those that want hot tub access. This is a unique townhouse at the Glaciers’ Reach with one extra-large bedroom, but can accommodate up to four people.

This is one of the few Whistler townhomes with a heated outdoor swimming pool and hot tub. You’ll also find a small gym and an indoor sauna – perfect for after those long powder days when your legs are burning and need some TLC.

There’s a fireplace to cozy up by as well as a 40″ Smart HDTV with Netflix and free WiFi!

A car isn’t necessary here as it’s walkable to virtually everything Whistler!


Two Bedroom Apartment in the Village


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  • Location: Whistler Village
  • Beds: Queen bed & two twin beds
  • Guests: 4+1 (child)
  • Superhost: Yes
  • Price: $200+

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If you have a group of five this may be the Whistler Airbnb for you. With two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a full kitchen this is a great place for a couple with one child to enjoy. It has a queen bed and two twin beds, a balcony and a gas fireplace. It’s conveniently located next to coffee shops and restaurants and you’ll be able to book it last minute.

This Whistler Airbnb is located in the Alpenglow building in Whistler Village. There is a hot tub and pool to enjoy as well! The only downside is parking is not free here.


Mountain Star


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  • Location: Blackcomb
  • Beds: 3
  • Guests: 9
  • Superhost: No
  • Price: $500+

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Another fantastic Airbnb in Whistler for large groups. This place can accommodate up to 9 people as it has three bedrooms (Bedroom 1: King, Bedroom 2: Queen/Twin Bunk, Bedroom 3: Queen/Twin Bunk, and a Double Sofa Bed in the living room.)

This townhome is ski-in/ski-out and has a private outdoor hot tub. Seeing that it’s such a beautiful property for large groups there is an age restriction of 30 years old to rent this property.

Inside is tastefully decorated and comfortable for the whole party to enjoy!


Ironwood #101


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  • Location: Blueberry Hill
  • Beds: 2
  • Guests: 6
  • Superhost: No
  • Price: $300+

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This modern condo is easily the most beautiful Whistler Airbnb on this list. It has amazing views of Whistler, with a private hot tub, BBQ, and a pool. This Airbnb is best for groups of four or more as it has two bedrooms and two bathrooms located in the high end Blueberry hill neighborhood just 1.5 km south of Whistler Village.

To get to Whistler village requires a 15-20 minutes walk of catching the bus. Sleeping arrangements are as follows – Queen sized bed in the master bedroom, a King-sized bed in the second bedroom and a Queen-sized sofabed in the living area. There’s a large kitchen area with a large table so you don’t have to eat all of your meals out. And in the summer you can enjoy the sun on your face on the patio.


Family Condo


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  • Location: Whistler Village
  • Beds: 4
  • Guests: 9
  • Superhost: No
  • Price: $350+

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If you’re looking for a Whistler Airbnb for the entire family this is the choice for you. This Airbnb is great for up to 9 people! You can expect a fully equipped kitchen, fireplace, washer and dryer, and three private decks so you can choose which one you prefer. On top of that, there’s also a private hot tub attached to the master bedroom, but there is also a community pool and hot tub to enjoy.

Other amenities include Smart TVs with Disney+, Cable, and Netflix. But you don’t have to watch tv here! There is a nice board and card game selection for the kids and even a Super Nintendo!

Make memories in our wonderful family condo w/ a fully-equipped kitchen, Fireplace, washer/dryer, 3 PRIVATE decks with serene views & en-suite PRIVATE hot tub, and a bike locker. I love this large Airbnb as it’s just steps away to the village and provides super easy access to the mountain.


Beautiful Two Bedroom Apartment


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  • Location: Village North
  • Beds: 3
  • Guests: 6
  • Superhost: Yes
  • Price: $210+

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This is a stunning condo that is great for two couples, a small group of friends or a family. Run for a Superhost with amazing reviews it’s unlikely you’ll be disappointed here.

Expect two bedrooms, a BBQ, a private hot tub, fireplace, and a comfortable place to enjoy while in Whistler. I love the homey features and modern mountain decorations inside.


Alta Lake Chalet


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  • Location: Alta Lake
  • Beds: 6
  • Guests: 12
  • Superhost: Yes
  • Price: $800+

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This is one of the most beautiful ski chalets in Whistler. If you have a big group of people this is the best Airbnb in Whistler on this list for you. Just look at the photos and see all that seating for large groups! Here you can expect a private spa sauna, hot-tub, steam room, un-heated tub, yoga room), a movie room, and a huge kitchen for family meals.

If you’re spending the holidays with family in Whistler I couldn’t think of a better place to book. This Airbnb has 4 fully ensuite bedrooms with 6 queen beds and 5.5 bathrooms.

Included in the neverending list of perks is an outdoor dining space for 28 people, parking for 9 vehicles, and storage for everyone’s ski gear. It looks expensive at first, but when you break it down by person it’s a great deal!


The Minimalist


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  • Location: Olympic Plaza
  • Beds: 2
  • Guests: 4
  • Superhost: Yes
  • Price: $220+

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This is one of the most beautiful Airbnbs in Whistler on this list. Located centrally in Olympic Plaza you are always steps away from anything you could need. Heck, you can just sit out on the patio and watch the live entertainment from the patio. Don’t bother spending Apres Ski in the crowded bars, you’ll have a similar vibe in this beautiful space.

Expect free underground parking, great views, and a beautiful and complete kitchen. If you are visiting in the summer you’ll have to check Whistlers events and you’ll be able to watch live music right from the balcony – a super cool unique perk of this Airbnb!

You’ll also enjoy a large fireplace, extra-large TV, and a memory foam queen size bed!


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Getting to Whistler


If you are flying the best way to get to Whistler is to fly into Vancouver International Airport. Vancouver is a two hour drive away from Whistler. So you can either rent a car in Vancouver and drive yourself (though parking is limited in Whistler Village) or you can utilize the Whistler Shuttle.

We flew from Calgary and landed in Vancouver. Before we continued onto Whistler we did some fun things in Vancouver and also stopped off in Squamish for a day.


Things to do in Whistler


Whistler Cameron And Natasha

Ski/Snowboard: Obviously one of the main reasons you visit Whistler in the winter is for skiing and snowboard on Blackcomb and Whistler mountain. The skiing here is top-notch and you could spend an entire season here and never get bored! Read all about skiing in Whistler here!

Scandinave Spa: A 20,000 square foot outdoor spa to enjoy while looking out at the mountains. Quite a relaxing place to head after a day out skiing in Whistler.

Vallea Lumina: We loved our time here! Vallea Lumina is an outdoor lightshow in the forest. A chance to reconnect with nature on a whole new level.

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Among the trees at Vallea Lumina

Hike: One of the best things to do in Whistler in the summer is hike. There are plenty of trails around Garibaldi Provincial Park. One of our favorite hikes in Whistler is Wedgemount Lake – see the photo below – simply beautiful.

Hiking to Wedgemount Lake

Mountain Bike: The biking in Whistler is world-class. There are tons of mountain bike trails in Whistler, and if you’re into downhill biking all of Whistler Blackcomb turns into a big play place fo you in the summer!

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Where to Eat in Whistler


There are so many places to eat in Whistler it’s tough to narrow it down on where to go. A few of our favorites were:

The Grill Room: Located at the Fairmont Whistler this is the Fairmont’s signature premier restaurant and one of the nicest in Whistler. The Grill Room is a great place to come for special occasions as it’s intimate and has a delicious menu. We had reservations here on our last night in Whistler and loved it. From the appetizers to the wine list and entree everything blew us away. The Grill Room specializes in steak, seafood, and chops. Many of their ingredients are sourced locally and beef is Canadian AAA Prime beef.

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At The Grill Room

Wildflower: Wildflower is another restaurant at the Fairmont specializing in breakfast cuisine. Anyone staying at the Fairmont should head here before their long day out on the mountain.

Pizza Antico: Wow I’m so happy we found out about this place. Pizza Antico dishes up amazing pizzas and craft beer. Everyday from 3-5 they also have a great happy hour special. $8 CAD Margarita pizzas and $4 CAD beers – a steal in Whistler.

Peaked Pies: This small shop is an Austrian favorite serving sweet ad savory pies. Perfect for an after-ski snack.

Bar Oso: Is a tapas-style restaurant serving handcrafted cocktails and Spanish influenced small plates.

Skiing at Whistler
At Peaked Pies
About Natasha

Natasha is the co-founder of The World Pursuit. She is an expert in travel, budgeting, and finding unique experiences. She loves to be outside, hiking in the mountains, playing in the snow on her snowboard, and biking. She has been traveling for over 10 years experiencing unique cultures, new food, and meeting fantastic people. She strives to make travel planning and traveling easier for all. Her advice about international travel, outdoor sports, and African safari has been featured on Lonely Planet, Business Insider, Fodor’s, and Reader’s Digest.

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