Guests fatigued after a day on the slopes of Whistler and Blackcomb mountains can retire to the Four Seasons’ spa or lounge by the outdoor pool, which is open year-round. Both settings afford mountain views, although perhaps no vantages surpass those of the Four Seasons’ two-bedroom deluxe suites. Each of the 2,300-square-foot units, decorated with rich tones and dark woods, offers a large living room with floor-to-ceiling windows, through which guests can catch the action on the ridges and peaks of Blackcomb Mountain. Accommodations The resort’s 310 rooms, suites, and townhouses feature gas fireplaces and bathrooms with soaking tubs. Recreation Facilities at the resort include a free-form pool, a fitness center, and a spa with 15 treatment rooms. Dining Regional wines and fresh seafood predominate at the resort’s Fifty Two 80 Bistro. Worthy Diversion In warm weather, play 18 holes at the Nicklaus North Golf Course, located less than two miles from the resort. Rates Standard rooms begin at $340; three-night ski packages start at $1,350.