Pangea Pod Hotel Whistler Reservations

Pangea Pod Hotel

Pangea Pod Hotel

The Pangea Pod Hotel brings to Whistler an innovative and inexpensive alternative to traditional hotel offerings. This designer property is perfectly geared toward satisfying the desires of the modern independent traveller, with living and social spaces that encourage guests to enjoy and exchange experiences. Pangea is extremely well-located in the main pedestrian-only area of Whistler Village, with the Whistler and Blackcomb Gondolas just a couple of minutes’ stroll away and the buzz of Whistler Village on your doorstep.

Pangea Pod Hotel's private pods are organized into “suites” – clusters of anywhere from 6 to 18 pods that are accessible only to those guests staying in them. There’s also a female-only suite for women still getting comfortable with the idea of travelling solo and staying in shared accommodation. Each pod offers privacy in the form of a blackout curtain as well as an array of conveniences, including a small lockable box for your valuables. Each suite also offers individually-accessed shower rooms, bathrooms and change rooms, meaning you’re unlikely ever to have to wait to get ready.

The Toy Box – Pangea’s custom-designed sports equipment storage area – is outfitted with lockers and secure ski, snowboard and bike racks; it’s here that you’ll gear up for the day’s adventures.

For socializing, a swanky bar/lounge/cafe aptly named The Living Room dominates the second floor of Pangea Pod Hotel and looks out over the Village Stroll. Here, you’ll find a cozy fireplace, long communal tables and Whistler’s best selection of board games. There’s also The Rooftop Patio, a little bar (and Whistler’s only rooftop bar) set high above everything with clear sightlines to the Village Square and the slopes beyond.

The Pangea Pod Hotel brings a refreshing change to the Independent traveller seeking affordability and modern conveniences and in the heart of Whistler Village.


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