- Reviews: 1
Tremblant Elysium@Panache: Elysium@Panache -- Sweet Newcomer!!
Hey! Just wanted to share some info about this new place I stayed at up at Mont Tremblant. It's called "Elysium" and it's a new start-up company out there. It's a group of luxury vacation homes. I rented a 6-bedroom, but they have 4-6 bedrooms available. I'm an avid skier and I've stayed at lots of condos, but these were worth singling out! They were recently redone and are really modern and classy, with hardwood floors, new furniture and appliances. I love to cook and the gourmet kitchens were great! Plus, they offer a mobile concierge service that took care of any special requests I had while I was staying there! Would definitely recommend! I had heard about them from a friend, he pointed me to their website: http://www.tremblantelysium.com check it out for yourself!
I kind of already went into this, but this place has it all: gourmet kitchens, heated floors, private driveway/garage, two huge family rooms, two fireplaces, a nice hot tub (great for sipping wine outside after a day on the slopes!), nice LCD tvs with cable, comfy couches, and more! The condos are ski in/out and have ski lockers. There is a nice creek babbling behind the units and I even saw a family of deer one night! The mobile concierge was great too... there was a gift basket waiting for me when I arrived, and he even went grocery shopping for me! And they have early check-in and late check-out, which basically added an extra day to my vacation! Oh yeah, and wireless internet too!
- Reviews: 616
Club Privelege du Mont-Tremblant: In the heart of the Village
This is a resort and has resort facilities rather than hotel. We had opted for 2 bedroom, family room, kitchen and dining room apartment. The service was excellent, the two facilities that we exploited were canoeing and biking. We will definitely recommend this resort to anyone who loves to enjoy outdoors as well as resort facilities like swimming pool.
We took Highway 401 from Mississauga and enterd Montreal. Highway 401 becomes Highway 20 here. In Montreal, we took an exit on Highway 15 north and drove till it became Highway 117. We continued driving north to exit 119 (Montee Ryan). We turned right on Montee Ryan at the 1st traffic lights. We continued to the roundabout and turned left on Chemin Du Village. We drove 1.5 kms to the resort facing Lake Moore.
We reached the resort at 2 a.m. It was pitch dark and there was not a single soul in sight. We recommend that travelling in Mont-Tremblant be carried out in day light.
The resort is located close to the Village sector of Mont-Tremblant, which has grocery stores, shops, restaurants and even a gas station.
Lake Moore is close by. We took canoes from the resort and had a full day devoted to canoeing.
- Reviews: 1
Crystal-Inn Bed and breakfast Mont Tremblant: Hidden Gem , in Mont Tremblant
We were there over the Christmas holidays. The snow conditions were awesome. The host of the Crystal-Inn made us feel right at home. In the morning we had eggs Benedict, warm croissants and marvellous coffee. In the afternoon, after a day of skiing, we were offered chocolate chip cookies, and a hot chocolate. Then we enjoyed the outdoor hot tub. For Dinner , Mario recommended Tratoria Di lago, which was the finest Italian restaurant i ever ate in. We would definitely recommend the Crystal-Inn Bed and breakfast to all, the place is extra clean, and you got to see the artwork in this place! As for prices we paid 78$ Canadian per night, a bargain!
All the walls are painted with scenery's from nature. The beds are made of memory foam. They are located on a quiet street, so the only noise you will hear is the little birds in the morning. We saw 3 dear in the yard one morning, and a lovely golden retriever was there to great us.
- Reviews: 1
Star Condo Villa Hotel: Mont Tremblant hotel
We stayed in the pedestrian village of the mont tremblant resort and stayed at Star Condo Villa Hotel and was extremely pleased with the tremblant accommodations. The condo was fully equipped and the location was right at the tremblant mountain. We are planning to go back this winter and we will definetly stay at Star Condo Villa.
You cant beat the location right in the pedestrian village of the mont tremblant resort.
- Reviews: 1
Star Condo Villa: Star Condo Villa
We are a young couplw with 2 small children. This was our first visit to Mont Tremblant in Quebec, Canada. We stayed at Star Condo Villa. The location was superb. We rented a condo in the village at a great rate. We highly recommend it.
There is a great view of Lake Tremblant.
Right in the Pedestrian village.
- Reviews: 421
La Diable Sector - Lac Chat Campground: Mont Tremblant Provincial Park
The campground has 32 sites with a clean (but old) washroom with 4 showers (2 for each sex) and canoe rental nearby. Note that there is NO electricity hookup. Many of the sites are close to each other, and quite open to the access road within the campground.
We have an excellent view of Lac Chat and a very small "private" beach. Our site was quite secluded, as it was down the slope away from mostly everyone else, including our car too. There was a sloping natural trail from the access road to our site. This could be inconvenient for some ppl, especially if you have a lot to carry back and forth from your car.
- Reviews: 1
Club de Vacances Tremblant: Best for quality / price in Mont-Tremblant
You have a choice of Studios and Mezzanines. Each room comes equipped with a full kitchenette, woodburning fireplace, Queen size bed as well as a pull out couch.
Indoor pool, saunas and a whirlpool.
Friendly atmosphere, where kids are welcomed.
Your located off the main road and in easy access to Tremblant (mountain) which is at not even a ten minutes drive. The public transport stops right at the front door so you don't even have to use your car to reach all the major sites...
- Reviews: 36
GRAY ROCKS: GRAY ROCKS
One of the best kept secrets in Mont-Tremblant area. ALL SEASON RESORT.
This place is located on Lake Ouimet. Beautiful view. This Resort has its own skiing mountain with 22 trails, or if you like you get drive to Tremblant mountain - about 4 minutes away.
We stayed at Gray Rocks condominiums, fully equipped with kitchen, laundry, barbeque set, fireplace. Very private and cozy - like a dream.
Located right in between Mont-Tremblant village and St-Jovite.
When you stay at the Condo's you can still use all of Gray Rocks facilities for free.
Condo's located about 0.6 mile from main Gray Rock resort. There is a free shuttle on demand anytime.
- Reviews: 172
Mont Tremblant Youth Hostel: A warm bed and friends!
You don't have to pay big money to get a place to live for a few days, and hostels give you the added value of good service and, not to forget, good traveller advices and, even, friends. It's great to have a home wherever you go, isn't it? Furthermore, in this case, you can rent a bike or a canoe for a fraction you would in the neighbouring resort, what else you could ask for?
Like other hostels, you have a kitchen, dinning room, but also a small pub (incl. pool and other table games), a breath-taking breakfast, kind staff, bike rental, multiple outdoor activities... and a bus stop just opposite :)
- Reviews: 11
Auberge du Bois Jolit: A nice little B&B
This is a small B&B on the outskirts of St. Jovite on the way to Mont Tremblant. The family that owns it was very nice, and they made the best french toast I have ever eaten. They named the rooms after different types of trees, I think we stay in Les Melezes, "the Larches".
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