Location was good, you are right in the upper village parking lot so lots of food and shopping options. Ever since Covid the hours of stores and restaurants have drastically been reduced so be aware. Grocery stores and most places closed at 7pm, McDonalds is closed at 8:30pm so eat or shop before that of you are out of luck.
Parking was in secure underground but super tight spots, didn't check out the shared hot tub so cannot comment. Rooms were ok, for some reason Whistler Retreats supplies the worst pillows possible, I don't even know where they source them but all their properties seem to use them, awful. They also have the cheapest toilet paper, see through 1 ply that is as rough as sandpaper. Room with the bunks has a glass door but it cannot close due to the bed blocking the door.
Coffee machine didn't work properly, bottom plugs in kitchen didn't work (they came to check why the microwave wasn't working and that was the issue). Sink has hose faucet that doesn't come out, nice sink but that was not ideal. Only cloths to clean pots, would have been so much easier to scrub a pan with a scrubbing sponge or a brush.
Was overall an ok place, if you are just hitting the slopes or hanging out in the village then it is fine, hefty walk to the hills if you have kids and gear to carry though, easier to drive to a free parking lot.
Would I stay here again? Probably not unless it was a really good rate.