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Overview

This charming Quebecois resort is best known for its superb skiing and winter activities but there is a wealth of experiences that can be enjoyed whatever time of year you choose to travel. The ski lifts, and main village along with myriad shops and restaurants are all within walking distance, there’s also a golf course within a short stroll too. The 122 rooms are beautifully elegant with fireplaces for cosy winter nights and gorgeous mountain panoramas. Suites offer an abundance of space and kitchen facilities, ideal for longer stays. If the mountain trails and pure, fresh air haven’t sapped all of your energy levels there’s an outdoor heated pool, which is open year-round, bubbling open air hot tub, a fitness centre, sauna and a relaxing spa. The village of Tremblant has a wealth of dining options, several of which offer delivery to the hotel, so once you’ve kicked off your shoes you can relax. The Westin also has its own in-hotel dining in the form of Le Tiguidou, a relaxed and casual hub of all day dining, perfect for refuelling after energetic days on the ski slopes and mountain trails.

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At a glance

  • Luxury Hotel
  • 4 Star
  • 122 rooms and suites

Experiences

Dream

With just 122 rooms and suites the Westin Resort & Spa Tremblant has a distinctly boutique feel about it and offers elegant rooms and suites finished with rich woods, warm colours and magical mountain views, a wonderful reminder of your location. Traditional rooms feature a queen-size bed and flat screen TVs, deluxe rooms are larger with a sofa and chair, set before a cosy fireplace. If you’re looking for more space, the one- and two-bedroom suites are the perfect choice, they offer vaulted ceilings, well-equipped kitchenettes and a number have furnished balconies, where you can sit and soak in the mountain air.

Eat

Le Tiguidou is the all-day dining with casual hearty dishes to satisfy even the hungriest of skiers and those heading for fun on the mountain. The location of the hotel ensures there are plenty of dining options within a short stroll including a craft brewery and restaurant, a fabulous Laurentian restaurant showcasing local dishes and a place where raclette and fondue go hand in hand. If you’re looking for international options, you’ll also find Italian, Mediterranean and Mexican in the village too. Many of the local restaurants offer a room-service style delivery option, so relaxed evenings in are easy to come by.

Play

Mont Tremblant is renowned for its ski slopes and the ski lifts are within a few minutes stroll of the hotel. There is however a great deal more to discover about this delightful mountain village. During the summer months there are lakeside beaches, boat rentals on Lac Tremblant whilst golf lovers should head to Le Géant, it’s a stunning course with heart-stopping views from the greens which wind through the landscape. Alternatively, Le Diable is an astonishing and challenging course with devilish surprises at every turn. The village itself offers unique shopping opportunities and a wealth of entertainment.

Unwind

After a day in the mountains the Amerispa Le Westin Resort & Spa offers a wide range of massage, therapies, and body treatments. It’s a peaceful and restful space where you can relax and indulge in a little ‘you’ time. The hotel also features a WestinWORKOUT® Fitness Studio, which is open 24/7 and boasts superb cardio equipment and free weights along with a heated outdoor pool, open-air hot tub, and a sauna. If you’re looking for something a little different, the Scandinave Spa is just a short walk from the hotel and is a truly unique place offering a traditional Scandi bathing experience.

Getting There

Arrival Airport

Montreal Airport

Transfers

Approximately 1 hour 30 minutes' drive from the airport

Climate

The best times to visit Quebec are from June to September and December to February, when the region is packed with celebrations and festival. The Maple Syrup Festival is one not to be missed and runs between March and May every year. Temperatures reach their highest during the summer months, which is the ideal time to travel for those looking the take advantage of the outdoor activities on offer, from whale watching to hiking. Winter months are very popular with those looking to witness the Northern Lights, and it is also the best time to take part in the exciting snow-centric activities available, from ice fishing to dog-sledging.

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Location

Mont Tremblant