New Year's Eve in Whistler
New Years Eve in Whistler at Aava Whistler Hotel
As a resort town, Whistler can be expensive if you want it to be.At Aava Whistler Hotel, we understand your wallet might be feeling a little bit empty after Christmas festivities. That does not mean you can have a blast bringing in the New Year. Below, we have listed things you can do on a budget. Remember, simply being with your family and friends is the most important part.
Enjoy our Facilities
Whistler is an adventure town, therefore in amongst all of your adventures you may have forgotten to take it easy and enjoy the amenities that Aava Hotel has to offer. Spending a couple hours in the hot tub chatting away is blissful. With spectacular mountain scenery you can begin to truly appreciate the area.
New Year's Eve Fire & Ice Show
Beginning at 11pm, this event is a regular feature on the Whistler New Year's Eve calendar. Ski instructors from Blackcomb fly down the jump inside Skier’s Plaza on skis, snowboards and perhaps other things in this unique spectacle.
New Year's Eve Fireworks
Once Blackcomb’s finest ski and snowboard instructors have dazzled you for the last hour, they let the main event take place. A grand display of fireworks will begin when the clock ticks over to 2014. Fireworks and the New Year have always gone hand in hand, so you can be sure you will not be missing out on a great New Year this year.
If you do not mind paying a little bit of money, there are plenty of activities you can partake in.
Adults (13+) $15, Children (under 12) $10, Children (under 2) are free.
List of activities:
- Ice Skating at Whistler Olympic Plaza
- Whistler Olympic Plaza Warming Hut
- Millennium Place Activities
- Youth Dance at Whistler Conference Center
Our concierge team is available 24 hours a day. If you have any questions about how you should spend your New Year's Eve, they are a bounty of ideas and will have no issues providing you with enough options to ensure you enjoy the day.
Photo Credit: MIke Crane
Posted by Aava Whistler Hotel on Monday, December 30, 2013