COVID-19 Information: What to know before you travel

Whistler Platinum is adjusting daily to the impact of the Coronavirus  (COVID-19) pandemic, this page provides information on travel advise and changes for Whistler. We will attempt to provide the most current information, however, please be aware that these are ever-changing. See below for:

View our enhanced services in response to COVID-19 here.

Travel Restrictions 

Updated May 25, 2021: Today the province launched its plan to safely bring British Columbians back together. BC’s Restart is a careful, four-step plan focused on protecting people and safely getting life back to normal.

The plan announced that travel restrictions for non-essential travel between health regions will remain in place until at least June 15 to stop the spread of COVID-19 and variants of concern. Fines can be given to people who leave their region for non-essential travel. Recreational travel in your region is allowed.

Under the Emergency Program Act (EPA), an order restricting non-essential travel between certain regions of the province is in place until June 15 at midnight. This includes travel for:

  • Vacations, weekend getaways and tourism activities
  • Visiting family or friends for social reasons
  • Recreation activities

The second step in the restart is planned for June 15 at the earliest. In step two, travel restrictions within B.C. will be lifted and people will be encouraged to travel across the province.

The earliest possible move to the third step of the restart is July 1. At this point, provincial travel restrictions will be lifted and BC looks forward to inviting people from outside the province.

More information about the Province’s travel advisory is available on the Government of British Columbia’s website

Book With Confidence 

Our Book With Confidence program provides protection against the following coronavirus-related events: Extended Whistler Blackcomb Closure and Personal Illness. If your trip is affected by coronavirus-related events and you need to cancel, we will work with you to ensure your trip is either rescheduled or you receive a full credit towards a future stay.

See Booking and Cancellation Policies for more information.

Maximum Occupancy and Visitors

In an effort to contain and limit the transmission of COVID-19, B.C.’s Provincial Health Officer issued an order on July 27, 2020, limiting the size of social gatherings and events in vacation accommodations, including the associated deck, garden or yard, when used for vacation purposes, to no more than five (5) people, in addition to the occupants. We have updated our Rental Terms and Conditions to reflect this Order.

Based on these terms, only the number of adults and children listed in your reservation are permitted to stay in the property. A maximum of five (5) visitors may attend a social gathering, such as drinks, a BBQ, dinner, etc, on the premises, but are not permitted to stay overnight.