This is a studio unit.In a quaint European style Inn, located only two hours north of Vancouver B.C., lies the Whistler Village Central Square. Down wandering cobblestoned pathways, surrounded by crisp Alpine Air, located in the heart of the Whistler Village, you will find the prominent landmark, The Clocktower. This award winning international resort area, offers a pedestrian friendly atmosphere and is the world class ski destination of Whistler, British Columbia. Situated in Whistler Village and not in the Upper Village at Blackcomb Mountain, the charming and cozy Clock Tower features warm wood floors and many of the craftsman touches you would expect to find in the finest European inns. Units feature full kitchens, telephones, and televisions, with ski storage available on-site. Whistler is an all-season vacation destination offering everything from fly fishing and boating to hiking and mountain biking, and travel to Whistler is easy by car, train, or bus with connections from international airportsFor more information: clocktowercondo. com
Cleaning fees for over 40 day rates is $50
NOTICE: We offer discounts to some seniors, people with disabilities, all of those in our military, and our veterans.
Under 40 and under 60 day rates above apply to the number of days between booking and arrival. In any discrepancy in pricing, the lowest rate applies.
Our company is Discount Timeshare Rentals. You can find us near the top of any search engine by typing our name in. There you'll find a resort list link. Click on Clock Tower for more information.
Whistler is the center of the more than 200 stores for shopping, spa therapies, and delightful cuisine. Adjacent to ski lift stations, hop on a lift and enjoy exhilarating ski runs or mountain-bike treks or take a short stroll to restaurants, bistros, and old world village shops.. Hit any of Whistler's more than 100 marked trails, take a round-trip train excursion between Whistler and Lillooet or a gondola ride above the slopes. Whistler has something for everyone, from golf camps, bike races, tennis tournaments, music festivals, and mountaintop symphony concerts to fishing, swimming, horseback riding, hiking, shopping, and restaurants.