I'm not sure about high chairs and booster seats but I imagine they do it's the four seasons. They seem to have everything under control. Kids are certainly welcome.
Enjoy your visit. Cheers
We did not bring children, but I saw a table with a child in a high chair. It is not a menu geared towards children though.
I did not see any small kids or high chairs. Walk to the wildflower cafe at chateau whistler. There was a whole table of kids there who seemed to be welcome.
We took our 4 and 9 year old. They were very accommodating and did have a booster seat for our youngest. The menu is not geared towards kids but they have kid friendly items that are not on the menu. The trouble for us was the price was kinda crazy. Even the kids meals were very expensive for what they were.
We took an iPad and the kids the and say on the floor and watched that. We were in a corner and it worked out great.
The staff were all very accommodating of the kids.
The table next to us had their children but they were probably 8 and 10 so not quite small children. I would assume you could bring small children although the menu is not designed around the palate of a small child. If you are referring to an infant of a year or younger, I might not take a child that young, only because tables are kind of close together so a high chair might make it a bit inconvenient.
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