We spent the day at the resort and really enjoyed ourselves. Many shops and restaurants, the fountains and landscaping was also very nice. The lift at the bottom is free to use as often as you like. Will go again.
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It's a great place to spend a day but Tremblant has lost its old world charm by trying to please tourists too much by addressing them in english and forgetting that many travellers like hearing french ...tourists also love trying out their hand at speaking...More
We've stayed at the Mont Tremblant Resort 9 of the past 13 summers and the last 6 of those were during the "Tremblant Beneath the Stars" weekend (2nd Fri/Sat of August). And we travel as a small pack: my family of 5, plus brother-on-law's family...More
Very well situated and lots of bars and restaurants and shopping. Skiing not as interesting as other resorts but enough for a week. very cold when we went so a lot of time spent warming up in busy mountain restaurants.
We have been coming to Tremblant for many years and this was the first time we experienced rude groups of hooligans drinking and disrupting our sleep until the wee hours of the morning. We stayed in one of the condos which was in walking distance...More
First time in Mont Tremblant with family of 5. We enjoyed it so much! Lovely place and GREAT view. The trip up was a little scary with the winding turns but just stay on the right lane and you'll be fine! Locals drive like crazy...More
The Tremblant village is a superbly designed village with cobble streets, a cabriolet to transport you from the bottom to the top and presenting the appearance of a French mountain village. everything is there; food, activities, shopping and entertainment, not to mention all the outdoor...More
I was recently at your Resort Village last week, I have never been so astonished and disappointed in the way me and my family were treated, as well the 8 other people that were with us who will never return. I expected the customer service...More
My husband had never been to Mt. Tremblant even though he grew up in Ottawa. I took him last January for the day. It was like a winter fairyland visit to a Swiss village. So pretty. We're not skiiers, but spent the day browsing the...More