The Sundial Boutique Hotel's new Marketing Administrator has been experiencing what Whistler has to offer leading into the ski season for the first time. Here is her blog on the excitement and energy of opening day at Whistler Blackcomb along with some fantastic suggestions of what to do after a day of skiing.
This year is my first winter season in Whistler, and I could not be more excited! Every morning on my way to work, I see the snow slowly creeping over the mountains, coming closer and closer to the village. Christmas and holiday decorations line the village stroll, restaurants like Araxi and Bearfoot Bistro are buzzing with people enjoying their food and there truly is no better place to be, than Whistler in the winter.
The countdown was on for opening day, with three young high school students camping out 2 days before the mountain opened! Opening weekend was full of anticipation and energy, as crowds of people came to Whistler Blackcomb to experience the first ski day of the season. It is only going to get better from here!
After a long day on the hills, the Scandinave Baths are a great way to relax and unwind, while overlooking the snow tipped mountains. The guest’s at the Sundial Boutique Hotel have it even easier – skiing directly to the hotel and then enjoying their own hot tub suites, or the hotel’s roof top hot tub.
With five months of skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, dog sledding, heli-skiing, snowshoeing, ziplining and much more, there is enough to keep anyone busy. What are you waiting for?