Whistler's only Shared Office Space

Steps from the Whistler & Blackcomb Gondolas, our space is ideal for remote workers looking to mix work and play. Cycle to work, ski at lunch; grab a drink and nibbles at the end of the day.Our space offers 24/7 access and is shared by both locals and visitors looking to maximize productivity at the desk and on the hill.To enquire about permanent, monthly ($550-650), weekly ($225), daily ($50) desk memberships, private meeting room (w/3 desks), or our summer bike storage rates contact us below!Please note that space and availability is extremely limited in peak season and we recommend booking at your earliest convenience.(and at least a day in advance for single day passes).

Desk Booking Options

Monthly Member Desk

Get your own dedicated desk & separate monitor (HDMI).Monthly members also get access to a shared ski & snowboard storage area onsite. Centrally located in Whistler Village, you could be on the mountain in minutes.

Starting at $550/ Month

Weekly Member Desk

Perfect for remote workers and digital nomads looking to work and play whilst visiting Whistler.We are centrally located in Whistler Village, allowing you to make the most of the mountain during your stay.

Starting at $225/ Week

Daily Hot Desk

Available from 9am - 5pm daily, we have a limited number of desks available for daily rental.Perfect for visitors looking to combine work and play during their stay and for locals who need some quiet from time to time.

Starting at $50/ Day

All desks have access to a communal kitchen with complimentary tea and coffee. Monitors with HDMI cords are available at requets.Monthly and weekly members are able to get 24/7 access.Off-peak options are available for weekend bookings or non-traditional work hours at request.Please note that space and availability is limited particularly in peak seasons and we recommend booking in advance. Email bookings@rentalswhistler.ca to enquire.

Private Office Bookings

The private office can be booked for daily, weekly, or monthly rentals. The office comes equipped with 2-3 desks (sit-stand desks), monitors (HMDI), and storage.Use the space as a private meeting room or a long-term office for you and your small team, based on your needs.All private office bookings have access to a ski/snowboard storage area onsite to take full advantage of our convenient location on the Village Stroll.

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The Pathless Path by Paul Millerd

Book Club!In June, all permanent desk members got a free copy of Paul Millerd's The Pathless Path. The book shares Paul's journey from a small-town Connecticut upbringing to a prestigious consulting career, only to discover he was on the 'default path'. The book shares the principles that lead Paul from burnout to a more fulfilling life on the 'pathless path'.This was an ideal book for the digital nomads and remote entrepreneurs at Coworking Whistler who've found themselves questioning the traditional path that puts work ahead of everything else in life.

Coworking Whistler Runs Summer “Grow Your Online Business” Advisory - Grant FundingCoworking Whistler is launching its first advisory program in June.The aim of the program is to help local businesses shift gears on their online and social media presence and make the most of the 100% government funded Grant - Grow Your Online Business."Shoulder season is the perfect time to invest in growing your local business, which is why we've decided to pilot this advisory group,” says co-owner Will Stewart. “The program is targeted at companies eligible for a Small Business BC (SBBC) grant of up to $2,400 for eligible BC companies’ to support costs relating to adopting digital technologies.”

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Coworking Whistler Social Ski

Coworking Social SkiThanks to everyone who joined us for another fun Coworking Whistler Ski/Snowboard on Friday, followed by après drinks at Tapley's.Permanent members have access to ski and snowboard storage facilities onsite, which means we can get from the office to the mountain with our gear in 5 mins.

Coworking Whistler's Co-Owner Will, Featured in Pique MagazineOur owner Will, was interviewed for Pique Magazine about his unconventional daily commute to Coworking Whistler in the centre of the Whistler Village. Catch Will in the feature article on February 16.Will is part of a growing community of winter e-bike commuters in Whistler. We all know how hard finding parking is on a good pow day, but with the trails cleared regularly, e-biking is becoming a great alternative for locals.

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All renters get access to the kitchen and communal area, including complimentary coffee and tea.You may use the couch on the main floor and the high-top table or round dining table in the kitchen area, throughout your rental. We get it - you want a place to work but if you wanted to sit at a desk all day, you probably wouldn't find yourself in Whistler!

During winter monthly rentals and permanent members get exclusive access to our 24/7 member's ski and snowboard storage area.
In the spring/summer months secure bike storage is available for a monthly fee ($80 for full-time members and $190 for non-members).
With our office located on the village stroll, this storage area makes it easy to get a few laps in around your work day.Desk availability is limited in peak seasons. We will do our best to accommodate your desk requests, subject to availability. Email bookings@rentalswhistler.ca to enquire.


We've crafted a set of guidelines to ensure that every member has the most enjoyable experience possible. Please feel free to reach out if you require additional information.OPEN PLAN OFFICE VOL.If you have a phone call or meeting you are welcome to take it from your desk but kindly keep your volume down as others may be focusing on deeper work and tasks around you.
For added privacy, consider taking your calls in the kitchen area or on the couch.
Embrace the co-working spirit by bringing noise-cancelling headphones for those moments when silence is golden.
CULTIVATE FRIENDLY CONNECTIONSWhile it's essential to respect focused work, don't hesitate to engage in small talk with fellow co-workers.
Inquire about their day or upcoming weekend plans; you might discover shared interests beyond the office environment.
SHARED SPACE ETIQUETTERecognize the shared nature of hot desks, but be aware that dedicated desks are personal spaces.
Avoid borrowing items, perusing others' belongings, or distracting someone engrossed in their work.
Both physically and emotionally, be mindful of others' space and boundaries.
RESPECT OTHERS PRIVACYRefrain from peering over shoulders or eavesdropping on conversations to respect the privacy of fellow members.STAY HOME IF UNWELLTo prioritize the well-being of our community, please avoid coming to the office if you're feeling unwell.
This helps prevent the spread of germs and minimizes disruptions caused by illness.
There are also COVID-19 testing kits available in the kitchen, if you begin feeling unwell in the office.
MAINTAIN A CLEAN ENVIRONMENTKeep your workspace tidy, recognizing that it directly impacts your neighbors.
Limit your personal items to your own desk and obtain permission before borrowing anything from others.
Anything left in the Fridge after 5pm on Fridays will be thrown away.
PROMPTLY REPORT ISSUESAddress concerns regarding disruptive behavior by calmly and politely communicating with the individual involved.
If needed, seek assistance from the manager to ensure a harmonious working atmosphere.
RESPECTFUL COMMUNICATIONFoster a positive environment by resolving issues promptly and respectfully, promoting open dialogue for a more enjoyable co-working experience.PERSONAL ITEMSWhile we offer a storage area for coats and a rack for skis/boards in winter, we don't have the space for large items such as bikes or SUPs currently.
If venturing outdoors during your the day, remember to clean off your shoes or boots before returning inside. Please note that we take several measures in ensuring the space is secure as possible but all items are left at the owner's risk.
ONGOING/LOCALS DISCOUNTA 5% discount is available for full-time members from the Sea to Sky region. A 30 day notice period is to be communicated in writing to bookings@rentalswhistler.ca when you intend to cancel your membership.24/7 OFFICE POLICYThe office is officially closed 7 days per week between 11pm-5am. Any fixed-term or permanent member is able to work outside these hours but needs written permission. To request to work between these hours email bookings@rentalswhistler.ca. Note: 1) You must receive written permission before doing so.; 2) There is a zero tolerance policy on using the workspace to sleep overnight and will result in the immediate suspension of your membership. No refund will be provided for the remainder of your booking.THANK YOU
Thanks for being part of our community in Whistler and the wider sea-to-sky - regardless of your length of stay :)

Coworking Whistler Runs Summer “Grow Your Online Business” Advisory - Grant Funding

Coworking Whistler is launching its first advisory program in June.The aim of the program is to help local businesses shift gears on their online and social media presence and make the most of the 100% government funded Grant - Grow Your Online Business."Shoulder season is the perfect time to invest in growing your local business, which is why we've decided to pilot this advisory group,” says co-owner Will Stewart. “The program is targeted at companies eligible for a Small Business BC (SBBC) grant of up to $2,400 for eligible BC companies’ to support costs relating to adopting digital technologies.”


The Canadian Digital Adoption Program (CDAP) is a micro-grant eligible for BC registered companies to help implement or upgrade all things digital such as your website, adding or upgrading online point-of-sale software, bolstering cybersecurity, or initiating new online paid advertising on Google or other social media platforms.“The program has a capped federal budget so the sooner you apply the better chance you have to make use of the program”, says Roberts. “As a small business, we have already gone through the application process ourselves and there is so much opportunity to grow any business through this program and we’re excited to help other local businesses make the most of this funding.”

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On top of $2,400 of the rebated grant once a company is accepted they have up to 10 free hours of advisory training directly with SBBC advisors to help drive the growth of their business during the total program time of 90 days.


Will Stewart has 15 years of building and advising online businesses in Canada, USA, NZ, Australia and Europe to enable their growth. His expertise is with paid and organic social media focusing on TikTok, Instagram and Snapchat with a heavy focus on e-commerce and mobile app development.Sam Roberts has 8 years experience running learning and development trainings and is a DISC facilitator & coach. She’s the author of #1 Amazon best selling book: Employee Wellness Made Easy. For the past 18 months she’s also partnered with Whistler Public Library to deliver free courses including her next session Building Your Personal Burnout Prevention Plan on June 11, 2024.The goal of the advisory program is to make the grant application process easier to navigate and drive the best possible outcomes for each business after they have their funding grant approved.

For more information:

- To check your businesses’ eligibility read through criteria here.
- The cost is $299 per business ($199 for RMOW registered businesses)
- A 25% discount at Coworking Whistler is included for all participants for all of June
- Find out more about the space at coworkingwhistler.com
If you are eligible and interested, book in an introductory call via email at bookings@rentalswhistler.ca