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Canada's first pod hotel opens

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Staff Writer | August 3, 2018
The first hotel of its kind in Canada, Pangea's rooms will, at most, cost half the price of a conventional hotel room, and usually far less.
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Canada   This new style will make the resort more accessible to budget travellers
This new style of accommodation will make the resort more accessible to solo and budget travellers wishing to experience all that Whistler has to offer.

The hotel's 88 independent sleeping pods are divided among eight separate "suites". One suite is dedicated to female-only guests. Bathroom facilities are divided into individual components (more than 60 in total) to offer privacy and limit line-ups.

These individual components include washrooms with vanities, showers with changing space, stand-alone vanities, and changing rooms.

Each cleverly-designed, wood-lined pod contains artwork and mirrors, as well as a comfortable double memory-foam mattress, individually controlled LED lights, a built-in fan that provides both air circulation and white noise, a lockable cabinet for valuables like iPads and phones, hanging space for clothes, and a storage area for luggage.

But Pangea isn't only about the pods; it offers superb shared spaces too. The Living Room, a stylish combo of lounge, bar, café, and espresso bar, boasts floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook the bustle of Whistler's Village Stroll, giving the space the feeling of an outdoor patio.

The Rooftop Patio is Whistler's only true rooftop bar, providing a bird's eye view of Mountain Square.

And The Toy Box, an open-plan secure storage area for skis, snowboards, mountain bikes, and other gear, was custom created to address the needs of equipment-laden outdoor enthusiasts.


 

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