Dialog renovates Four Seasons Hotel Whistler

Dialog renovates Four Seasons Hotel Whistler.
For the renovation, the design team paid homage to winter chalets. Inside, the updates include all-new furnishings, fixtures and bespoke additions in guestrooms and suites. Photo credit: Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts

Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts has renovated Four Seasons Resort Whistler at the base of Whistler Blackcomb ski resort in British Columbia, Canada.

Inspired by the property’s setting, the renovations started in the spring of 2019, with the debut of the property's 273 rooms and suites anticipating the 2019/2020 ski season.

The renovation was led by Vancouver-based studio Dialog, which paid homage to winter chalets with the project.


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Inside, the updates include all new furnishings, fixtures and bespoke additions in guestrooms and suites. Clean, Mid-Century-inspired furnishings are featured prominently. Iron frame leather chairs and Ashwood credenzas are contrasted with raw-edged coffee tables. Foregoing more traditional bed frames, beds are complemented with plush wallcovering in a rustic woven textile.

The refurbishment amplifies the mountain views. Each room at Four Seasons Whistler has a balcony. Inside, the view is highlighted with expansive windows opening up to forest-lined mountain vistas, a view that can be taken in perched on the window seats in each room. Other details include floating brass bedside light fixtures and sculptural ceiling light features. There are also granite fireplaces in every room.

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