Whistler Village is a two hour drive north of Vancouver, British Columbia. Once leaving the hustle and bustle of the city, you emerge on Vancouver's mountainous north shore and the cities of North and West Vancouver. The highway becomes a single lane, winding road past Horseshoe Bay with amazing vistas across beautiful Howe Sound. You're now on the scenic "Sea to Sky" highway and once past Squamish you climb higher and higher until you reach the Village of Whistler at 2200 feet above sea level.
The route to Whistler from Vancouver is a mountain highway and can be treacherous at times. Many terrific transportation companies offer direct airport to hotel service leaving you the pleasure of relaxing and enjoying the view without getting stressed. From a scenic train ride in the summer time to a luxurious private limo there are plenty of ways to reach us.
Similar to a small European town, Whistler Village is built with pedestrians in mind. When you're staying at the The Sundial Boutique Hotel, you're only steps away from both the Whistler and Blackcomb gondolas and centered at the heart of Whistler village. With 3 restaurants a pub and 2 retail stores located all within the Sundial building and many more shopping and dining options all at your doorstep the Sundial Boutique Hotel offers an unparalleled central location.
For more transportation information please contact our Guest Services team who would be happy to assist you in planning your transportation arrangements. 1-800-661-2321.
Traveling to CANADA from the U.S
As of January 31, 2008 individuals aged 19 and over entering Canada or re-entering the US by land or sea must present government-issued photo identification and/or proof of citizenship – in the form of a passport, birth certificate, or naturalization certificate. Individuals under the age of 19 are not required to show government-issued photo identification, but must show proof of citizenship/naturalization. Passports have, and will continue to be required for air travelers entering Canada or re-entering the United States. The additional documentation is expected to cause delays for any travelers not possessing the required personal records.
All other travelers arriving into Canada require a valid passport.
Minors (under 16) traveling alone or in someone else’s custody must present written authorization, signed before a notary, from the parent(s) or guardian. Visas are not required. Canadian immigration officials at ports of entry will issue persons planning to stay longer than 180 days a visitor’s record. Anyone with a criminal record (including a DWI charge) should contact the Canadian Embassy or nearest Consulate General before travel. U.S. citizens entering Canada from a third country must have a valid passport. HIV testing required for resident applicants who are over 15. A temporary resident applicant requires immigration medical examination if stay exceeds 6 months or seeking to work in Canada. For student or business travel, check with the Canadian Embassy, 501 Pennsylvania Ave., NW, Washington, DC 20001 (202/682-1740) or the nearest Consulate General: CA (213/346-2701), MI (313/567-2085), NY (212/596-1700 or 716/858-9501), or WA (206/443-1375).
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