Whistler, Canada (Vrbo): There are two rules that we believe should apply to the winter holidays: 1. Christmas decorations must not be seen or heard until after Thanksgiving 2. Black Friday should be rebranded from International Day of Shopping to International Day of Planning Your Next Ski Outing. This year, hum “O Canada” to the tune of “O Christmas Tree” when you book a room at this luxury mountain chalet in Whistler. While the price tag is a bit pricey, if you invite 25 of your closest friends, it will turn out to be very affordable, even after the financial disaster that is gift season.
A recent renovation has transformed this sizable mountain house into a haven of modern comfort and entertainment. This room also reminds us of one of the perks of choosing winter for your mountain getaway: the only bears you’ll see in the photos like the one looking out from the corner.
This chalet is within walking distance of all Whistler hotspots— Whistler Village and Lost Lake—so you can choose to cook your meals or make the much better decision to cook up some delicious treats Reservations or picnic basket orders.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to sit at the dinner table of 26 hungry guests every night? It looks something like this – a long table extending to the horizon. When it comes to cooking at 26, though, you’re on your own. We have tough enough to cook for you really.
Wink and nod to our hosts for the subtly sublime message woven into the living room decor.
You might look at this photo and think, “Walking outdoors… in the middle of winter? No thanks!” But before you make any hasty decisions, we can recommend you this short list: barrel sauna, hot tub, two fire pits.
Not all vacations are kid-friendly, and for good reason. Sometimes you just need to rest with your adorable little monsters. But this house isn’t just for adults. While it has all the luxury features of a luxury mountain chalet, it’s also family-friendly with things like this adorable kids bedroom. If the snow hasn’t completely covered the ground, you can also send the kids into the yard to search for magical Elf doors scattered around the property.
Your group of 26 can be spread across 10 bedrooms and 9 bathrooms so everyone can lay their heads down comfortably for their long hibernation.
This is not your mom’s winter cabin. While wood-paneled walls and ceilings can make for a traditional ski bungalow, a zebra rug is all about modern mansions. Here’s an interior design plan that understands you can be a ski lodge’s paradise without any interior decoration that affirms that everyone acknowledges that fact at all times of the day.
Welcome to a place where every season is a reservation! Whistler is a posh town that has everything you could want — restaurants and spas, shops and mountain sports. But even if you don’t make it into town, you’ll still avoid FOMO as this winter chalet is competing to win the “have it all” contest.
Whistler is an active man’s paradise, with all the mountain sports at your fingertips wearing warm gloves. But if it’s your style to utilize the meditation area and sauna in your holiday home, we not only don’t rate, but deliver a bottle of effervescence to you and leave you in peace in your search for meditation. .
Okay, now we’re thinking two trips to Whistler in 2022 could be done in order. This hammock looks too good to miss, so it’s winter and summer 2022, or bust!
We’ve always admired the Swede’s sauna culture, although we’re a bit less enthusiastic about the cold water immersion part of the ritual. (We know, we know, health benefits and all.) It seems to make a whole lot more sense to plan a swim for a warm-blooded polar bear by doing moves in the middle of the sauna. hot tubs and hot tubs.
There will be no ski boots mixing in this beautifully organized mud room. The most important routine of the day on a ski trip is the one after the ski: put on your skis and boots, light up the fireplace in the house, and eat well while making a bunch of cocktails. Once your hot kids and dirty martinis are ready, move the party into the hot tub.
Whenever something ridiculous happens in America — and, honestly, that’s pretty often — people are always talking about fleeing to Canada. If we can have these outdoor accommodations and this setting for the rest of our lives, count us on the Great American Migration.
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