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The Fairmont Tremblant offers luxury accommodation and excellent service with a perfect location.
Tremblant’s only full service hotel is a short walk to the resort’s shops, restaurants, bars and pedestrianised village centre. The indoor and outdoor pools offer superb slope-side views.
Location Excellent ski-in/ski-out location and a short walk to resort’s shops, restaurants and bars.
Bedrooms 314 All rooms have bath and shower, minibar, TV with pay-movies and games, phone, bathrobes and hairdryer. Fairmont rooms have 2 doubles. Larger more spacious Deluxe rooms and 2-room Suites with a bedroom with queen bed and separate sitting area with sofa bed are available at a supplement.
Meals Room only (see below for breakfast offer). There are a variety of restaurants available at the hotel to enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner (payable locally).
Facilities Mountain view restaurant; bar; new ski-in/out Nansen lounge café(with live music at weekends); indoor and outdoor pools, whirlpools, sauna, steam bath, large outdoor hot tub and exercise room (FREE); spa and treatments (pay locally); games arcade; parking (pay locally); ski valet; lifts.
Gold Floor rooms
We also offer exclusive Gold Floor rooms for all the above room types, for added luxury on your holiday. Gold Floor rooms include breakfast, first class service and executive facilities.
The biggest ski resort in Eastern Canada, Mont Tremblant is found in the largely French-speaking Laurentian mountains of Quebec. This adds a slightly different flavour to that of the Rockies resorts, but there is the usual North American efficiency. The amount of recent investment has revolutionised Tremblant both in the resort, which is traditional in style, and on the snow. The lift system is award-winning and the whole domain is incredibly user-friendly. As for the skiing itself, there are very good nursery slopes, lots of excellent tree-line intermediate runs and over half the trails are marked as black, although not all live up to their billing. Do try the 'Dynamite' and 'Expo' pistes. They're well worth it. Snowboarders are spoilt, with a natural halfpipe and a specialist park to whet their appetites. The snow record is dependable and there are wide-ranging snowmaking facilities. It can, however, be very cold in winter and because the ski domain isn't that big, there can be lengthy queues and busy pistes.
The resort itself is colourful, atmospheric and distinctly French in feel. You can ski to your hotel and there are also condos to rent. The off-snow activities are reasonable, après-ski and eating out are good, with Quebecois cuisine and a selection of bars to keep everyone happy. Children are also very well looked after at the Kidz Club.
Overall, Mont Tremblant is a slightly different North American ski experience with the French touch. The skiing is pretty good if a little limited in size, while it can be very cold early season. It is closer to Europe, though, and one of the highest-rated resorts in Eastern North America.