In light of the recent surge in COVID cases in the Whistler area, Whistler Blackcomb ski resort operations is now closed for the 2020/2021 ski season. Further to this restriction, indoor dining at pubs and restaurants throughout the Province is not allowed until April 19, 2021. Whiski Jack Resorts remain operational during this suspension. The suspension of Whistler Blackcomb operations falls within our Worry-Free Guarantee, meaning that guests who have booked to come skiing for arrival from March 30 until April 25, 2021, are eligible for a full refund or a credit towards a future stay. If you booked directly with us and you wish to cancel your booking, we will work with you to alter your dates or refund your stay. If you booked through another channel such as Booking.com, you can do so by contacting them directly.
The safety of our owners and guests remains to be of the utmost importance at Whiski Jack Resorts. To help mitigate the spread of COVID-19, By order of the PHO, individuals and businesses in BC must continue to significantly reduce social interactions and travel. The existing order, which began November 19, 2020, has been extended until further notice.
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If you have any symptoms associated with COVID-19 or have been in contact with a known case, we ask that you please postpone your visit. We also ask visitors to continue following the recommendations of health authorities to keep themselves and others safe while in Whistler, including physical distancing, wearing a mask and practicing good hand hygiene.
Many other businesses in Whistler, including restaurants, accommodations, activity operators and retail stores, are modifying their operations. The following, detailed list will be updated regularly. COVID-19 Business Impact in Whistler.
The Provincial Health Officer has now made it mandatory to wear masks in indoor spaces. This includes while skiing at Whistler Blackcomb. Masks must be worn in Whistler whenever physical distancing cannot be maintained, including busy outdoor spaces and when walking along the Village Stroll. This includes any indoor hallways or elevators at your accommodation.
No social gatherings of any size with anyone other than your household or, if you live alone, your core bubble. For most people, their core bubble is their immediate household. An immediate household is a group of people who live in the same residence. This means that you may only stay with your bubble at any accommodation in Whistler, by order of the Provincial Health Officer.
While many restaurants, pubs and cafes are open, guidance from public health authorities limit capacity, so visitors should make reservations, or consider dining during non-peak times. Grabbing take-out and dining in your accommodation is another great option, and helps to support local businesses. Consider using delivery services such as Whistler Dine-In.
Extend your stay – With so much to do in Whistler, you will need more than a weekend to fit it all in. Try visiting midweek when the resort is quieter, and there are more deals and value-add offers available.
All guests and owners must fill out the online check-in form before accessing the unit available at all Whiski Jack properties. We feel that this is a safe way for you to enjoy your property without interruption.
An important component to the health and safety of our staff and guests is kindness. Whiski Jack Resorts will not tolerate abusive language or actions towards any of our staff. Management will take whatever means necessary to protect our stakeholders against this behaviour.
At Whiski Jack Resorts we continue to hold ourselves to the highest standards of cleanliness. to find out more about our Safety Guarantee.
NOTE: Property common areas are sanitized according to their strata protocols. Whiski Jack Resorts shares these properties with other property management companies and is not responsible for the care of these spaces. We work with these properties to ensure the health and safety of our staff and guests.
We thank you for your patience and continued support during this time. Please take care and stay safe in the months ahead. Our team looks forward to safely welcoming you back to Whistler.