A White Christmas with Four Seasons
Festive season is the perfect time to get to know the snowy side of Four Seasons Resort and Residences Whistler. Excitement abounds as guests spend special time with one another enjoying the best that Whistler offers, on and off the mountain.
Whistler Cubs activities invite kids to play holiday-style, while an adults-only pop-up allows moms and dads the opportunity to reconnect over the best of local food and drinks. New Year’s Eve celebrations, Festival of Trees, a Ski Concierge programme and a playful pup round out the resort’s options that ensure the happiest of holidays.
Festival of Trees
The team at Four Seasons Resort Whistler will soon be launching its first Festival of Trees celebration in partnership with with BC Children’s Hospital Foundation. Festival of Trees has become a vibrant, feel-good, do-good holiday event in communities across British Columbia. The event transforms hotel lobbies across BC with brilliantly decorated tress. Event sponsors, which include local business organisations and individuals, have the honour of decorating these trees in a unique and exciting fashion. Sponsors, guests and local media are invited to the tree-lighting ceremony on Friday 25 November 2016 at 5pm through 5 January 2017.
Festive season at Four Seasons Resort and Residences Whistler is possibly the most wonderful time of the year. Bustling, buzzing and blanketed in inviting white powder, the resort embraces the holiday spirit to ensure guests have the best winter holiday possible. This year, hungry and thirsty guests will have the opportunity to enjoy a limited time, adults-only dining option. Inspired by the look and feel of Hudson’s Bay Company (HBC) – the evolution of Canada’s 400-year-old fur-trading post, The Cabin is an adults-only lounge featuring an outdoor heated terrace with fire pit. Resort guests are invited to imbibe festive cocktails and enjoy tasty share plates with friends and loved ones.
With 44 indoor seats and 12 on the outdoor terrace, The Cabin will be operate from 5pm to 1pm from 16 December 2016 to 2 January 2017 with a closure on New Year’s Eve. The pop-up restaurant will be reprised for two consecutive weekends in February to provide additional culinary options for weekends around Family Day and President’s Day: 10-13 February and 17-20 February 2017.
The local menu curates the best bites and bevies from British Columbia featuring items such as charcuterie and cheese plates from Two Rivers Meats and Golden Ears Cheese as well local seafood, wines and craft beers. Nibble on mixed nuts, olives, sardine bruschetta, and crudité with roasted garlic hummus, freshly shucked oysters and beef or tuna tartare. Indulge in Northern Divine caviar and satisfy that sweet tooth with house made chocolate cake, cheesecake or crème brulee. Raise a glass of locally brewed craft beers, BC wines and a selection of SIDECUT’s signature cocktails.
Whistler Cubs is a winter-centric activity-based programme at the resort that gives the whole family time to bond. Activities include cooking classes, excursions across the Resort, crafts, mixology and dinner experiences. The Whistler Cubs programming is available on weekends throughout the winter season and daily during holiday seasons of 18 December 2016 – 8 January 2017 and 19-25 February 2017.
Maola’s first Christmas
The resort’s five-month-old pet-in-residence Maola is a playful Alaskan malamute puppy who will soon learn what her new home is famous for – amazing snow. Maola’s spirit is reminiscent of a “kid on Christmas,” and in house guests will have the pleasure of watching Maola experience the special season for her first time around the Resort.