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Reviewed 1 April 2013

My wife and I stayed Mar 24-28. Some might call the decor rustic.....we just call it old. Everything in good working order mind you, and spotlessly clean. We had a studio with queen bed.

The good:
Outdoor and indoor hot tubs
Fully equipped kitchen
Good location (just steps to the village, but enough steps that you have peace and quiet).
Ski in/ski out, ski lockers included right beside the ski in/out access point.

The bad:
No balcony with this unit. By looking at the exterior you'd kind of assume every unit has a balcony but they don't. Not something the hotel goes out of its' way to point out.

Flat screen TV in room but....no DVD player, no movie channels (whether pay or not). Just a couple dozen TV channels, half in French). TV mounted on a swivel stand on top of dresser allowing it to rotate 180 degress so it could be viewed from either living room or bedroom area. Nice touch except the dresser is so low you can't see the TV while in bed!!! All you see is your feet. We had to lift the entire dresser/TV stand onto the coffee table just so we could watch in bed. Which left us without a coffee table.

No safe in room.

All in all - not worth the money.

Room Tip: We were in 519 - not a great view, but not bad either.
  • Stayed: March 2013, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Elwood2012
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Reviewed 9 March 2013

We stay here every year at March break and this year I noticed a few issues with the room and the hotel that were not there previously. We had room 232 (2 bed suite) which faces the elevator. It was quiet for sleeping as the separate bedroom was at the end of the unit, so very little hallway noise. Of course one night someone decided to run down the hall at 3AM using the knocker on the door. Bring some black tape or sponge to dampen the door knocker. Who uses a knocker these days!!

While we were there, there was some type of major water leak in one of the units causing the fire alarm to go off during the day. The disaster recovery company was there for at least 3 days and we saw them removing a mattress one day. Not sure what floor had the leak, but it looked like the right side of the building when you get out of the elevator.

In our unit, the faucet leaked water out of its base when turned on, the "clean" dishes were coated with dirt/dry soap powder, and the bathroom fan had a low speed that would never shut off. Annoying for a light sleeper like me, even with the door closed.

First time ever I got stuck in an elevator. Waited 7 min while maintenance fixed it. Would have liked someone from front desk to have acknowledged my call when I used the Call button. Had no idea if they knew there was a problem and was texting my wife to go to desk to get a rescue.

Half of the jets in the hot tub don't work. If you like the jets, sit so you are facing the hotel.

The hotel is all wood construction (floors, walls), so if your neighbor gets up and has breakfast for first tracks (starts at 7:45, so a family needs to start breakfast at 6:30), you will hear it. On this trip we were doing the tracks so the noise from other units did not bother us. On checkout day we did not ski, and then the noise was obvious.

These issues aside, discounted price and location were great. You can't get a room at that price point at that distance from the gondola. Would consider coming back next year, at the right price, especially since demand seems way down this year. Very little crowding for the March school break which should be their busiest time of year.

Room Tip: Put something on the door knocker to dampen noise. Someone may use it a 3AM as a prank.
  • Stayed: March 2013, travelled with family
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1  Thank The_Dudes
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Reviewed 26 February 2013

My cousins and I stayed in a one bedroom suite at LDLM for 4 nights. The rooms and bathrooms were clean but since I am one for aesthetics, I would have liked to see updated rooms as the property is quite dated.
Our room consisted of a little kitchenette which was convenient, but given the small space and no real ventillation, we ended up smelling like the food that we cooked!
The fireplace in the room was a nice touch, especially after a day of skiing in below freezing temperatures. Staff was friendly and helpful,and I think the hotel was reasonably priced.

Overall, I give this hotel an average rating, because aethetics are important to me. From that standpoint, I probably wouldn't stay here again. However, if all you are looking for, is a place to crash after a day on the slopes, I would recommend this hotel. The location is PERFECT, as you are literally around the corner from the ski rental shops and the lifts. There are plenty restaurants and bars (approx 5 minute walk), so chances are you won't be spending much time in the room anyway (we didn't).

  • Stayed: February 2013, travelled with friends
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2  Thank Bermy80
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Nathalie J, Guest Relations Manager at Lodge de la Montagne, responded to this reviewResponded 4 March 2013

Dear BERMY80

We are glad to hear that you enjoyed your overall stay with us at the Lodge de la Montagne. With regard to the hotel décor, we will attend to go thru a makeover in the near future. Thank you for your review, and we look forward to welcoming you back in the future, after the renovation!
Sincerely

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Reviewed 21 February 2013

My friend and I stayed at the LDLM for 3 nights midweek in February '13. Location is fantastic, 2-3 minute walk to the high-speed gondola at base of the hill; 3-5 minute walk to the restaurants/bars in the village. Underground parking is available for $12/night, and was worth every penny. Parking area is monitored by CCTV and is heated, with convenient elevator access on every level.
Our favourite part of the hotel was the ski in/out feature and the fantastic staff. There is a large ski locker room before going outside the ski in/out door with free locker rentals available to all guests. When leaving the hotel in the morning to hit the piste, you have an option of walking up the hill 2-3min with your gear to the high-speed gondola or you can ski from the hotel down the hill to the bottom of the village and catch the lift up to the high-speed gondola.
The outdoor hot tub was fantastic after a long day of skiing.
We stayed in a one bedroom studio with gas fireplace (handy for drying out ski gear), kitchenette (well equipped) and balcony.
Finally, the staff was fantastic! Very knowledgable, and made our stay that much better.

We only had minor complaints about the hotel:
- The first complaint is of the pillows and mattress. They were both very soft, not my preference. Bring your own pillows!
- Lots of kids aged 17-20, which made access to the hot tub/ spa area difficult at times. We didn't notice much noise either.
- The hotel (especially the rooms) were warm. The balcony was a necessity as our room was hot(even after switching the HVAC off), therefor had to open its door when cooking or when drying gear in front of the fireplace.

We will definitely stay at the LDLM the next time we visit Mt.Tremblant.

Room Tip: -Get a kitchenette. -Bring your own pillows. -4th floor was quiet.
  • Stayed: February 2013, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Jean B
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Reviewed 19 February 2013

Just finished up a long weekend to Tremblant and stayed at the LDLM. Location of this hotel is good as it's a 5 minute or less walk to the top of the village (gondola & restaurants) or bottom of the village (more bars/restaurants & free parking lot). Overall, if you are going to pay the premium to stay in the village, location isn't that big of a deal as everything is pretty accessible. But ski in/ski out is worth every cent and this hotel has a nice, large ski locker for all guests to use at no charge.

We traveled in a group with 4 young adults, no kids, and this seemed to be the minority. Kids everywhere at the hotel and village. The hot tub hours are from 10:00 - 22:00 so don't expect to do any early morning or late-night soaking as the access is locked and the temperature is cold first thing in the AM. In addition, this can be taken as a positive or negative depending on your view, we went to the hot tub after a long day of skiing with a couple of beers looking to relax for a bit and other guests in the tub were apparently very against drinking. We respected them while present, but didn't wait long to crack some Molsons after they left along with the others in the hot tub. Less than 5 minutes later hotel security came out threatening to shut down the hot tub if they found us or the other 5 guests drinking again. Granted signs are posted to not drink in the hot tub, but what is more relaxing than a soak and beer after a long day of skiing? Plus, our room overlooked the hot tub and we saw people drinking non-stop over the course of 4 days. Rules should probably be updated to restrict glass of any kind and that should lessen anyones concerns.

Rooms are ok, 1 bd suite with kitchen served its purpose. Overall, it's hard to compare to other hotels in the area b/c this is the first time we have visited Tremblant, however, I think this place fits the average description. No major complaints (we are generally pretty flexible, reasonable travelers) and no major accolades.

  • Stayed: February 2013, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Zin101
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