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Modern Mix Travel | Pangea Pod: A Review of Our First “Pod Hotel” Experience in Whistler, Canada

20Nov

Modern Mix Travel |

Pangea Pod: A Review of Our First “Pod Hotel” Experience in Whistler, Canada

by 

Excerpt:

“In the winter season, Pangea Pod will be hosting a lot of skiers and snowboarders.  Instead of lugging your wet, muddy, and sweaty gear to your pod, there’s a communal area in the lobby called The Toy Box where you can lock up your equipment.  (Best to reserve in advance, we were told.)  Likewise with summer sporting gear like mountain bikes….”

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The Guardian | 20 affordable skiing holidays with a difference

23Oct

The Guardian |

20 affordable skiing holidays with a difference

by Gemma Bowes

Excerpt:

“The Canadian resort of Whistler is legendary, one of the world’s must-skis, but it’s becoming increasingly upmarket and expensive (a seven-day lift pass costs £422) and budget skiers risk being priced out. Hurrah then, for the new, smartly designed Pangea Pod Hotel, with 88 cheap-but-tiny sleeping pods arranged in small groups (some women-only)…”

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contemporist | The Pangea Pod Hotel Has Recently Opened In Whistler

23Oct

contemporist |

The Pangea Pod Hotel Has Recently Opened In Whistler

by Unknown

Excerpt:

“Some of the original materials from when it was an apartment building were re-purposed, such as the copper pipes from the building’s old plumbing system, and they were used in custom design features throughout lounge and cafe areas. On the ceiling, hexagonal mirrors and lights have been installed and draw the eye upwards.”

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GRAY Magazine | New Pod Hotel Opens in Whistler, BC

11Oct

GRAY Magazine |

Whistler’s Pangea, Canada’s first ‘boutique’ pod hotel, promises best of both worlds

by Lauren Mang

Excerpt:

“In each pod, expect double memory-foam mattresses, luxury linens, and pillows, a built-in fan for cooling (that also provides white noise), USB charging ports, storage cabinets that lock, natural wood-lined walls and a blackout curtain. ”

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Unofficial Networks |Whistler’s Pod Hotel Opens For 2018 – 2019 Ski Season

19Sep

Unofficial Networks |Whistler’s Pod Hotel Opens For 2018 – 2019 Ski Season

by UnofficialNet

Excerpt:

“So if your looking for accommodation that bridges the gap between luxury hotel and inexpensive hostel, that offers the privacy needed for a night’s rest, the social aspect of a hostel and a location right in the heart of the mountain resort, this might be worthy of a look.”

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Snows Best | Whistler’s pod hotel opens in time for the northern ski season

19Sep

Snows Best | Whistler’s pod hotel opens in time for the northern ski season

by Snowsbest

Excerpt:

“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.”

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Montecristo Magazine | Pangea Pod Hotel Whistler

28Aug

Montecristo Magazine | Pangea Pod Hotel Whistler

by Jacqueline Ranit

Excerpt:

“From the self-check-in reception to the Toy Box (a storage area for ski equipment and bikes) to the cozy rooftop bar overlooking the heart of Whistler Village, Pangea certainly doesn’t feel like the typical affordable digs at which a sacrifice of privacy or comfort is required. Rather, the ambience is high-end and sophisticated, a place where funky murals by Vancouver-based artist Ola Volo highlight the walls a”

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Vancouver Bits and Bites | Welcome to Pangea: The First Pod Hotel in Canada

20Aug

Vancouver Bits and Bites | Welcome to Pangea: The First Pod Hotel in Canada

by Mary Sheridan

Excerpt:

“ I had the place to myself. I enjoyed a nice shower (the pod units have two showers and two private toilets per unit), and then it was my turn to relax and enjoy my own private quarters. The mattress was very comfortable and the linens were more than adequate.

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