Four Seasons Hotel Whistler Completes Room & Suite Renovations

Bruce Parkinson, Open Jaw

Following renovations that began in the spring of 2019, Four Seasons Resort Whistler has debuted a modern look to the property's 273 rooms and suites, just in time for the 2019/2020 ski season. 

Led by Vancouver-based studio DIALOG and inspired by the "retreat" concept, the renovated rooms and suites combine urban-minded design elements with those of a classic lodge style. 

The updates include all new mid-century inspired furnishings, fixtures and bespoke additions in guest rooms and suites, such as sleek, iron frame leather chairs and ashwood credenzas. 

Foregoing more traditional bed frames, beds are complemented with plush wall covering in a rustic woven textile. 

As part of the renovations, Four Seasons Whistler also introduced its custom Interior & Tonic experience in every guest room. Partnering with the Okanagan Spirits Craft Distillery, the concept introduces a gin made exclusively for Four Seasons Whistler guests.

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