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Clock Tower
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Reviewed 21 April 2009

Stayed here with 2 other adults and a toddler. Our room is considered a 1 bedroom but we were happily surprised to find out that there was a bedroom with a queen-sized bed and a loft upstairs with another queen bed. The living room was spacious and kitchen was small but efficient enough to cook for a party of 4. We were hard up for internet connection which was not provided but the Executive Inn provided Wi-fi for $30 for 7 days. We could do our laundry free of charge between 4pm and 8pm which they stuck to stringently. We found that out when we couldn't retrieve our clean laundry after 8pm. Noise from drunks outside after 10pm would've interrupted our sleep but we resolved that by keeping the noisy A/C on to drown it out. The hotel staff was very friendly and accommodating and overall I would recommend this place for the value and the proximity to the lifts, shops and restaurants.

  • Stayed: April 2009, travelled with family
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2  Thank ScarlettMama
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Reviewed 15 March 2009

The other reviews really say it all. All I can add is that it's all true. The Clock Tower's location is wonderful. Easy walking distance (even in ski boots) to both gondolas. There are few places there more convenient. The rooms were very clean, well appointed, and up-to-date. As others point out, there is no elevator or luxury amenities, and the heating/cooling units are a bit loud. But we would go back there in a shot.

  • Stayed: March 2009, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank RickfromDE
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Reviewed 25 September 2008

Small and quiet condo with no elevator or night time hotel support (8am-8pm hours), but each room has tons of amenities and the location is superb. I wouldn't book here if you're older (>65) or physicially impaired, but climbing 3 flights of stairs daily certainly kept our weary legs and lungs in shape. The kitchen was well-equiped and the A/C units were VERY powerful. They send you a note after booking the unit that the street can get loud and it does. Fortunately, the A/C and our sound machine muted all but the drunkest idiots yelling at 2am. Not sure if I would pick this over a full-service and larger hotel room next time, but we enjoyed being just a minute from all of the village action. Choose if location is top criteria for you but I would look elsewhere if luxury or hotel amenities are more important. Overall, a very pleasant stay.

  • Stayed: September 2008, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank kmanct
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Reviewed 21 April 2008

We loved our very compact apartment in the Clock Tower. The CT is very close (60ish metres) from the gondolas and in the heart of Whistler Village, with all amenities, shopping, nightlife etc. all around - and we say again - it is right next to the lifts! The room was very clean, the kitchen well equipped, the fold down double bed was comfortable, the bathroom was very clean and well presented, and though our room was very small, we didn't feel claustrophobic as everything was designed well - even though we spent many long evenings in cooking and relaxing. The slight quibbles might be the poor windows and the noisy AC/heater. We were round the back and we imagine that it could be noisy round the front in the rooms on the square. We paid a very good price direct with Vacation Internationale (found on Craigslist) and stayed for two weeks. We would recommend Whistler and the Clock Tower whole heartedly.

Stayed: March 2008
2  Thank MC_Deli
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Reviewed 29 May 2007

The buildings are not numbered but we were still able to locate the Clocktower Hotel in Whistler in the center of Whistler Village after a few minutes of circling the area. It is right next to the Executive Inn and Sundial. The Front desk people are very friendly. My husband and I were very impressed with the place - it is cozy and gives you a warm feeling, thanks to the pretty decorative colors of the furnishings. We stayed at a one bedroom with a loft bedroom, and with a full kitchen. The Parking lot, which is shared by all the other resorts around it is limited and is located in the basement.
We had a great fun time walking around, sightseeing and shopping in Whistler - including Blackcomb which is located in the Upper Village. The Olympics will be held here in 2010 - we saw a lot on construction going on in Vancouver and also while driving up along the way to Whistler. We have taken over a hundred photos which we will enjoy looking at for a long time- such a beautiful place!
We greatly recommend for people to come here!

  • Stayed: May 2007, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank MariaLen_Vic
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