Nita Lake Lodge

Whistler, British Columbia, Canada

Nita Lake Lodge, Whistler
Nita Lake Lodge, Whistler
Nita Lake Lodge, Whistler
Nita Lake Lodge, Whistler
Nita Lake Lodge, Whistler



From $189 (summer) and $239 (winter)

– L’Occitane amenities
– Dining at incredible Aura Restaurant and at the more casual Cure Lounge & Patio and Fix Café
– True mountain lodge feeling with the beautiful architecture and decor in Douglas fir, alder and red cedar wood

– If you’re sharing with kids or another couple, note that the 2-bedroom suites have only louvred shutters between the upstairs bedroom and the rest of the suite. If noise is a concern, it might be better to book connecting rooms
– Wifi needs frequent log ins




Johanna ReadJohanna Read
Contributing Editor

I look out my huge picture window at the stillness of the lake. The view is so spectacular that I move to my balcony to see if I can capture a picture of the reflections on the water in the dim light. Though it is well after 10:00pm, night has not yet completely fallen here in Whistler. The longest day of the year — June 21 — will soon arrive.

If you like peace and quiet, Nita Lake Lodge is your top choice for your visit to Whistler. It is located on the edge of a serene glacier-fed lake in Whistler Creekside, a five minute shuttle ride from “downtown” Whistler with its shops, bars and restaurants. You’re just 500 meters from the base of Whistler Mountain and the Creekside gondola.

The lodge has 77 rooms, all generously sized and luxuriously outfitted with king bed, double soaker tubs, glass-enclosed rain showers, heated slate bathroom floors, and basalt gas fireplaces. I stayed in a two-bedroom, two-bathroom suite which was spread out on two floors, and also included a discrete kitchen area. As lovely as it was, I couldn’t keep my eyes off the lake view through the two-story windows.

On-site facilities at Nita Lake Lodge include a spa, fitness centre, yoga studio, rooftop hot tubs, a lakeside pool, private dock and complimentary seasonal equipment like snowshoes, bikes, stand-up paddleboards, canoes and fishing rods.

There are three dining options on-site, led by executive chef Dean Hossack — the exceptional Aura Restaurant, Cure Lounge and Patio, and the locals’ favourite Fix Café — which all make use of the rooftop herb and vegetable garden.