Nestled in the trees, this 1,650 sq ft home features the quiet seclusion of a mountain retreat in the Upper Village on Blackcomb.
Enter into the main level foyer with gear and clothing storage to an open floor-plan kitchen/ dining/ living area with half bath.The kitchen comes fully equipped with upgraded appliances including microwave, dishwasher, granite countertops, slate floors, and dining area for eight people. Enjoy the comfortable sofa and chairs around the wood-burning fireplace, with TV/DVD entertainment unit. Or enjoy the views from your covered deck while you BBQ a hearty dinner. There is also a bedroom on this level with two... Twin beds
The lower level features two bedrooms, each with King/two Twin split beds and one full bath.
The top floor is all the Master bedroom with Queen bed, private TV, and full en-suite bath.Read more
Treeline #27 Whistler, British Columbia, Canada
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Left on 04/10/2013 for a stay in March 2013 | Kathy B
We received great service from the rental agency. The home fit our 2 families with ease. It was set up and organized well. The house was easy to get to and close to Whistler Village. We could take the shuttle or walk.
Possibly the hot tub was one of the biggest hits with our group. As well as the ski out. The underground parking was a nice pert too.
One small thing that we thought would be nice if guests could have a wood burning fire in the fireplace.
Left on 03/06/2013 for a stay in February 2013 | Ammo
We were 7 adults. The place was a little cozy but met all our needs. The unit was newer, clean and comfortable. The village shuttle stop was just a short walk away, very convenient. No need for a rental car.
The aloha Whistler staff gave great customer service. They promptly responed to all my emails for information regarding the unit.
We were looking for a 4 bdrm unit and every 4 bdrm we looked at was piced much higher than Treeline 27. Hard to beat for what we paid.
Great place for relaxing after a tough day of skiing.
Left on 01/14/2013 for a stay in December 2012 | Alex
I've been coming to Whistler-Blackcomb for over 15 years and this is easily the best condo experience I've had. The fantastic artwork and family photographs make the place homey, yet the heated floors, classy lighting, plethora of TVs and hot tub bring to mind the Four Seasons Hotel rather than a dusty old family ski cabin. Not only is this place comfortable, but it's also very functional for those looking to ski, snowboard, snow shoe ect. The front entry includes a large area to hang jackets and put on/take off gear as well as an outdoor ski closet. The condo location allowed us to ski directly from Blackcomb to the condo (no need for a bus!). It also sits within a 2 min walk of Lost Lake, which offers great cross country skiing trails, snow shoeing and sledding opportunities. Also If you need to get to the village there's a convenient bus stop at the end of the driveway (with buses that come every 10 min). All in all this is the perfect place to relax and enjoy all of the amenities that make Whistler-Blackcomb such a special place. We loved it!
Left on 01/12/2013 for a stay in January 2013 | Sam
my family really enjoyed staying in this condo. it's luxurious without being extravagant, cozy but has enough space for a family to spread out, and easy to access but feels like an escape. the aloha management company took really good care of us and even the neighbors were nice.
Left on 03/28/2012 for a stay in March 2012 | The Taylors
This is our second year at Treeline 27, so we obviously think it's the best. Aloha has everything perfectly prepared and love finding our ski tickets on the table. It's a quiet location and our grandchildren love skiing home on "Home Run."
Left on 12/28/2010 for a stay in January 2010 | Mary and Ray from Everett, WA.
I must say I have a smile on my face as I write this review, since our stay at #27 was such a great experience! We were a crew of 8 adults, family and friends, and the unit was able to accomodate us very easily and comfortably. Even with winter gear for 8 skiiers, the entry mud room and outdoor ski rack made it no problem! The location is perfect to catch the bus to town or the lifts, as well as for X country and snow shoeing. I've returned in the summer as well and the unit is perfect with Lost Lake just down the street. Wonderful spot to cool off after a long hike! The interior amenities are quite nice and would prompt us to return again and again!
Left on 07/16/2010 for a stay in June 2010 | Jesse
The stay began by exiting the free undercover parking into this beautiful gray chalet. Stepping into an area designed for hanging our dripping clothes and waders we began a most enjoyable stay in this stylish and well-appointed home. (home!) From the meal preparation in the conveniently arranged kitchen to the dining and living area with the big sofas, wide screen TV, and original art of the Whistler mountains hanging over the wood-burning fireplace. After a forest view from the balcony we went on to the comfortable sleeping areas with beds big enough for a 6'5" Texan! The visit was relaxing and enjoyable and well worth the very reasonable cost. "We shall return!"
Left on 06/27/2010 for a stay in December 2009 | Jane Nichols
I have been here winter and summer for the past five years with my grandchildren and children. From the proximity to the shuttle bus and the lake to the quiet at night and pine-studded view from the balcony this location is perfect. Inside, the ease with which three generations prepare meals and recreate before the fire, then sleep happily without bothering one another makes this my favorite vacation spot north of the border!!
Left on 06/18/2010 for a stay in April 2010 | Ana Brown
We love Tree Line 27 and have returned both in the summer and the winter for several years. The wet room in the entry makes transitioning in from outdoor activities with gear easy and seamless. Bedroom accommodations are perfect for a family with multiple kids. Every one has their own bathroom in close proximity. The condo is updated and everything from the coffee maker to the faucets are state of the art. Speaking of art, there is original tasteful art hung all over the condo. You don't feel like you are staying in a hotel but rather someone's home. We love it!
Left on 06/18/2010 for a stay in March 2010 | Seattlevisitors
We have been coming to Treeline 27 for several years at various times of year and have never had anything but a rejuvenating and wonderful time. We have 2 small kids and spend most of our time outside which makes this unit excellent in that it is located near Lost Lake, trails, has ski out access and is not in the thick of the social life of the village. The bus stop to go into the village is at the bottom of the drive way so access is easy. The unit is very well done, welcoming, always spotless on arrival and pictures of the family that owns the unit on the walls make you feel at home. We would highly recommend this for 1 or 2 families with kids who come to Whistler to be experience all the area has to offer.
Left on 06/14/2010 for a stay in January 2010 | Werts
We love the location of Treeline. Quietly situated at the end of the road, near the nordic trails of Lost Lake, we could step on the bus at the bottom of the driveway to get to the lifts in the morning and ski back to Treeline from the slopes at the end of the day. The unit is comfortably appointed with wireless internet and decorated with a flavor of the Pacific Northwest.
Left on 03/25/2010 for a stay in March 2010 | Gary
My group stayed at Treeline #27 for four nights while cheering on our local hero at the 2010 Paralympics. We greatly enjoyed our stay and the amenities provided at this condominium. We were able to cook, eat, watch TV and otherwise lounge while our very wet gear dried out prior to our next exciting outing.
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