Nita Lake Lodge: Whistler’s number one rated lodge for summer fun

Photos courtesy of Nita Lake Lodge

Located in Whistler’s Creekside, Nita Lake Lodge is tucked away in a tranquil lakeside setting close to all the amenities of North America’s top rated resort. Surrounded by breathtaking views of the mountains, lake and forest, this intimate laid-back lodge reflects the highest levels of style, comfort, cuisine and service. 

Named one of the Top 25 Hotels in Canada by Trip Advisor in their Travellers’ Choice awards, Nita Lake Lodge is currently rated #1 in Whistler. At Creekside, guests will enjoy being amongst locals and have access to a wide range of summer and winter activities. 


Gorgeous views and delicious food intermingle on the patio

This spring, Nita Lake Lodge welcomed new Executive Chef, Paul Moran. A Vancouver native, Chef Moran has worked in outstanding restaurants around the world including Le Chantecler (2 Michelin stars) in Nice; Saturne, Paris; Marina, Dubai as well as Laurie & Raphael, Montreal and West in Vancouver.

Moran sources Aura Restaurant’s ingredients daily from local farms, foragers, and fisheries and from Nita Lake Lodge’s own rooftop garden where over 30 types of herbs and 40 different vegetables are grown. Cure Lounge features casual dining choices made from scratch that couple nicely with a selection of fine wines, craft beer, and local distillery spirits. Fix Café offers raw juices, smoothies, house-made pastries, sandwiches, and delicious gluten free options, complemented with a gourmet coffee program.


Cure Lounge offers casual dining at its finest


Yummy dinner waiting on the patio

Travellers seeking a holistic hideaway can head to Nita Lake Lodge to enjoy a wellness escape inspired by natural beauty. Like a breath of fresh mountain air, the 2013 modern redesign of The Spa at Nita Lake Lodge offers a haven of natural fabrics, cozy blankets and plush rugs with spectacular Whistler Mountain views from both the lounge and rooftop hot tubs.


Two-bedroom lake view makes it hard to leave the lodge

The Spa at Nita Lake Lodge is naturally relaxing with a treatment menu of soothing massages, rejuvenating body scrubs and purifying facials. All services are complemented with the use of a eucalyptus steam room, rooftop hot tubs and sustainably sourced, organic products. The ultimate destination for health and wellness, Nita Lake Lodge also offers Jivamukti Yoga classes in studio and personal trainers at Innovative Fitness Gym on site at the property.


Studio overlooking the lake


Nita Lake Lodge, a peaceful paradise

Outside the lodge, the extensive Valley Trail is on the doorstep connecting all of Whistler’s lakes and parks with a paved, accessible and scenic path that’s perfect for jogging, walking and sightseeing with hiking and biking routes. In warmer months, biking and hiking are available on the surrounding mountains
and Nita offers complimentary bicycles, kayaks, canoes and stand up paddleboards for guest’s use.


A canoe ride makes for a breathtaking experience outside the lodge

Visit www.nitalakelodge.com or call 1-888-755-6482 to book your relaxing Whistler getaway.

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