$100 / 2br - 500ft² - Whistler,BC Sundance 5 Star Resort for Thanksgiving! (Whistler BC) in Whistler, British Columbia

$100 / 2br - 500ft² - Whistler,BC Sundance 5 Star
$100 / 2br - 500ft² - Whistler,BC Sundance 5 Star
$100

Two bedroom holiday suite, a dream come true! Sleeps 8! HALF-PRICE (REGULAR PRICE 200/NIGHT- MUST RENT!)
Fully equipped kitchen with microwave and dishwasher, washer and dryer, gas fireplace, cable TV with DVD player, stereo system with CD player, telephone, private deck and gas barbecue.
Greetings from Whistler, British Columbia, Canada, a skier's paradise and top year round tourist destination. Spend your days skiing, snowboarding in the winter or hiking, mountain biking in the summer. All of this and more is in your reach from WorldMark Sundance.
Some of the units come with small balconies or decks. ResortNet, WorldMark's hi-speed internet service, is available in all units for a small fee.
WorldMark Sundance's amenities include an outdoor spa and a storage area for skis or bikes.
Note: Proof of citizenship may be required to enter Canada. Visitors should regularly monitor the US State Department's Internet web site at http://travel.state.gov where the current Worldwide and Caution Travel Alert, Travel Warnings and Travel Alerts can be found.
The resort staff at WorldMark Sundance looks forward to creating a memorable experience and you can count on us to be available to assist your needs. If you have any questions regarding the resort, please don't hesitate to contact our desk from 7 am to 11pm at .
Sincerely,
Your WorldMark Sundance Staff
1-
Mon-Fri 6am-9pm, Sat/Sun 6am-5pm Pacific
THIS CONFIRMATION, AND CONFIRMATION NUMBER PROVIDED BY HOST MUST BE PRESENTED AT TIME OF CHECK-IN,
Reservation Details
Vacation Destination:
• BC-Whistler - Sundance
Reserved For:
• Guest name- pending
Check-In at 4:00 PM:
• Wednesday, Nov 21 2012
Check-Out at 12:00 PM:
• Sunday, Nov 25 2012
Confirmation Number:
• Provided at time of initial payment
Max Occupancy:
• 8
Unit Description:
• Two Bedroom - Plus: Queen in master, twins in second bedroom, bunk beds in den, sleeper sofa in living area. Bunk beds are not suitable for adults and twin beds cannot be joined and are not suitable for couples. Units are one floor below ground level and have no windows in second bedroom. Maximum occupancy 8.
https://www.worldmarktheclub.com/resorts/sd/ (cut and paste link into browser for more info)
Resort Phone Number:
• (604) 938-0338
Resort Check-in Address:
• 2221 Gondola Way, Whistler, BC, V0N 1B2
Payment Type:
• Paypal
Amount Charged:
• 400.00
All booking fees final upon receipt.
Resort Amenities
Outdoor spa and storage for skis and mountain bikes.
Resort Hours
Office Hours.................................7 a.m. - 11 p.m.
Unit Amenities
Fully equipped kitchen with microwave and dishwasher, washer and dryer, gas fireplace, cable TV with DVD player, stereo system with CD player, telephone, private deck and gas barbecue.
Reminders
• No elevators or wheelchair-accessible units are available at this resort.
• This resort does not have a pool or air conditioning.
• Pets are not allowed in the units or on the resort property.
• Additional/RV parking is 5 miles away in Whistler Village.
• Squamish is 34 miles or 55 km (a 45- minute drive) south of Whistler. This is the recommended stop for groceries and supplies, as shopping in Whistler is very expensive.
• The only gas station is at Whistler Creekside.
• Obey posted speed limits listed in Kilometers to avoid hefty fines.
• Winter driving conditions can be treacherous and unpredictable. Do not attempt the drive to Whistler without proper traction devices.
• Note: Proof of citizenship may be required to enter Canada. Visitors should regularly monitor the US State Department's Internet web site at http://travel.state.gov where the current Worldwide and Caution Travel Alert, Travel Warnings and Travel Alerts can be found.
• Owners are permitted one vehicle per owner.
• Please park in the spaces allotted for WorldMark owners. If you park in front of the privately-owned townhomes nearby, you will be towed at your expense.
Nearest Grocery Store
Creekside Market ...... (604) 938-9301
2071 Lake Placid Road
To have a starter supply of groceries in your unit on the day of arrival, order online at www.worldmarktheclub.com/grocery ($25 service fee applies to all orders)
Important Contacts
Chamber of Commerce..........................................(604) 932-5922
Road Conditions...................................................(877) 472-3399
Weather...............................................................(604) 932-3434
WBW Reservations Hotline....................................(800) 457-0103
Mileage
Vancouver, B.C..................76 miles/123 km
U.S. Border......................106 miles/170 km
Seattle, WA......................215 miles/340 km
Occupancy
Maximum occupancy limits will be enforced. Limits apply to all ages, including infants.
Unit Assignment
Units are assigned the morning of check-in by reservation number. This means you will be assigned the best available unit on the day you arrive, based on how far in advance you booked your reservation.
To Get You Started
For your convenience, you will find a starter supply of spices, tea, coffee, creamer, sugar, paper towels, tissues, toilet paper and laundry soap.
Travel Arrangements
Call WorldMark by Wyndham Travel at 1- for all your travel needs. You can also visit your WorldMark Web site at www.worldmarktheclub.com.
On the Way to Whistler
From Portland, OR
Head north on I-5 ...
Relive a "blast from the past" at the Mt. St. Helens National Volcanic Monument Visitor Center five miles east of I-5 off Exit 49 in Washington. The center has dozens of dioramas, exhibits and videos. A cross-section lets you walk into the depths of the mountain to follow the lava flow to the surface. For another look at St. Helens, head east to Hoffstadt Bluffs Viewpoint and Visitor Center.
Continue north on I-5 ...
Visit Olympia, Washington's state capital. Look back at the early years of Wash-ington's statehood with a visit to the State Capital Museum. Nearby attractions include the Capitol Campus, Visitors Center, and Capitol Building. Don't miss the Vietnam Memorial Wall, where Washington soldiers' names are carved in remembrance. Seattle's waterfront offers much more than great coffee. Watch the Washington State Ferries shuttle across Puget Sound. Surround yourself with culture in the International District. Opened in 1907, Pike Place Market is the oldest continuously operated farmer's market in the U.S. Tour the award-winning Seattle Aquarium on Pier 59.
Continue north on I-5, then west on Hwy 20 ...
A recommended detour is the charming town of La Conner. Once a quiet fishing village, it now serves as a popular art, antique and dining destination. On the way you'll drive through the beautiful Skagit Valley. This photographer's haven is known for its fields of blazing color as the world's largest tulip crop bursts into bloom.
Return to I-5 and continue north ...
Burlington has become the area's shopping mecca, featuring a large regional mall and huge outlet center. Farther north is Bellingham, considered a hub of Northwest Washington. Shopping includes the massive Bellis Fair Mall. Visit the Whatcom County History and Art Museum on a bluff overlooking Bellingham Bay. Within easy walking distance is the Maritime Heritage Center Park and Fish Hatchery.
Continue on I-5 to the border ...
At the U.S./Canadian border is Peace Arch Park, symbolizing the friendly relations between Canada and the United States. After crossing the border, you will find plenty of interesting sites in Vancouver, B.C. Downtown has exciting restaurants and endless shopping. Ride the tram to the top of Grouse Mountain. Enjoy hiking in the summer and horse-drawn sleigh rides and skiing in the winter. Another thrilling attraction is the Capilano Suspension Bridge and Park. This swinging bridge, made from hemp rope and cedar planks, stretches 450 feet across and 230 feet above the Capilano River. Discover water wonders at the Vancouver Aquarium in Stanley Park. Enjoy a 360-degree view from the deck of the Harbour Centre Tower, 553 feet above the city.
Continue on Hwy 15 North to Hwy 1 West. Take the Squamish/Whistler/#99 Exit to Whistler ...
Arriving early? Drive just a few miles past the turn to your WorldMark at Whistler resort and you will come to Whistler Village. Shopping, dining and taking in live entertainment are favorite activities here at the foot of Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains.
Driving Directions
From Seattle, WA
• Take I-5 north to Blaine, WA.
• Exit at the Truck Customs to cross the border into Canada.
• Once in Canada, you will be on BC Hwy 15, or 176th Street.
• Follow this route through Cloverdale. (Do not take exit 1A!)
• Cross over the Fraser Hwy until you come to an overpass.
• Cross over this overpass and take the exit that reads "Hwy 1 West to Vancouver."
• From the border, it takes about 1/2 hour to reach Hwy 1.
• Follow Hwy 1 over the Port Mann Bridge and through the Cassiar Connector tunnel, then cross the Second Narrows Bridge (use the left lanes).
• Stay on Hwy 1 as you start to climb the mountains. You will pass a small mall and gas station on your right. Be advised that you should gas up here, as it is one of the last gas stations until you reach Squamish, which is a little over an hour's drive from here.
• Take the Squamish/Whistler 99 exit. Pass through Squamish.
• Whistler is a one-hour drive from here.
• You will see a "Welcome to Whistler" sign as you enter town.
• At the third traffic light, look for the Whistler Creekside sign. There will be a Husky gas station on your left and a Boston Pizza on your right.
• Turn right here onto Lake Placid Road.
• Follow this approximately one block to Gondola Way and turn right.
• Follow this road up the hill until you see the sign for Sundance (WorldMark at Whistler). Drive through the parking lot. The check-in office is the last building on the right.
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2221 Gondola Way (google map) (yahoo map)
Location: Whistler BC


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