- 4 pm check in yet 10 am check out - only 18 hrs in the hotel, if paying for a single night. Steep price for so few hours in the facilities.
- Hot tub hours are regulated: 2 pm to 10 pm. Very limiting if you want to unwind later at night, which is ultimately the allure of a chalet in snowy Whistler.
- No TV in room, must share with 20 other guests in communal lounge. Felt like a college dormitory. To make matters worse, there wasn't anywhere in the room to sit and read. HAD to go to the communal lounge.
- Breakfast was lots of sweets seemingly bought at Costco, plus a single fried egg per person. Completely insufficient to fuel a day of sports on the mountain. Also, no provisions made for dietary restrictions (vegan/vegetarian, gluten-free, etc.).
- House rules about taking off shoes the moment you enter, strict times of entry, and having to buzz to be let in during strict times made us feel like we were intruding on the hosts' home.
- Our "king" bed was actually two twins pushed together, which we realized when one of us fell into the crack in the middle while sleeping. Very unprofessional, as they didn't give us any heads up.
- Staff were distant and unfriendly. Felt very unwelcome, as if our only use to them was our money.
- Kitchenette offers tea and the cheapest instant coffee I have ever tasted. Horrible way to end a day full of skiing and snowshoeing.
This is neither a success B&B nor a hotel. Honestly, this "Inn" felt like an extremely overpriced hostel. I will not stay here again, nor recommend to others.
Free parking, free WiFi, and the hot tub (though see caveats below) were the highlights.