The Best Hotels in Tremblant, Quebec

Mont-Tremblant is a beautiful place to visit year-round
Mont-Tremblant is a beautiful place to visit year-round | © All Canada Photos / Alamy Stock Photo
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30 October 2020

Whoever said “west is best” had clearly never been to Tremblant. Although it’s arguably at its most beautiful when autumn colors transform the Laurentian Mountains, the Canadian resort attracts visitors year-round with cross-country skiing, hiking and art exhibitions. These hotels bring all of this and more to your doorstep.

Fairmont Tremblant


Fairmont hotels always win with their guest experiences, and Tremblant’s landmark ski-in, ski-out hotel is no different. Relax in your pick of 314 guest rooms and suites while admiring views of the Laurentian peaks, and discover the beauty of this region’s boreal forest in the company of a local guide. Alternatively, join a flow yoga class outside on the Soutana III terrace. Every Thursday at the Axe Lounge Bar, the local duo band Basso provides entertainment.

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Hôtel Quintessence


This five-star boutique hotel in the Laurentians wouldn’t look out of place in a glossy interior design magazine. In each of its 30 grand suites, you’ll find Berber wool carpets, wood-burning fireplaces and bathrooms complete with heated marble floors and deep sunken therapeutic spa tubs. Each accommodation also has a private balcony or terrace with screened French patio doors, providing beautiful views of Lake Tremblant.

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Le Westin Resort and Spa


It may have a full-service spa, a state-of-the-art fitness center and a heated outdoor pool, but its location is the major selling point of Le Westin Resort and Spa. In the heart of Mont-Tremblant’s pedestrian village, the hotel is within proximity to the area’s shops and restaurants, ski lifts and Le Géant Golf Course – one of the most scenic in Quebec, with great views of the vast Laurentian landscape.

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Wildberry Inn Bed and Breakfast


In the middle of the Laurentian Mountains, you’ll find one of Mont-Tremblant’s best hotels. Across two stories, Wildberry Inn Bed and Breakfast has five bedrooms – all with ensuite bathrooms – an après-ski dining area and the Wildberry Tea Room, where you can tuck into scones with cream and jam. There are plenty of home comforts too, such as freshly baked cookies on arrival, complimentary slippers and a hearty breakfast served next to a roaring fire. Rather sit outside and admire the view? Head out onto the hotel’s wraparound porch.

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Sommet des Neiges


Time always feels a little slower inside Sommet des Neiges – an all-suite complex within walking distance of all Mont-Tremblant has to offer. Behind the stately stone entrance, you’ll find an expansive lobby with a circular stone gas firepit and an elegant library, where couches sink beneath grand wooden bookcases. All 111 rooms have French doors that lead to small balconies with seating and views of the mountain or village. Better yet, the ski-in, ski-out hotel has direct access to a snow school and hiking trails.

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AX Hôtel


Just a short walk from the lobby of AX Hôtel, you’ll find yourself in the heart of Mont-Tremblant. Its friendly atmosphere and proximity to Rue de Saint-Jovite – lined with antique shops, restaurants and sidewalk cafés – will have you feeling like a local in no time. Meanwhile, the hotel’s on-site café-bar, Les Sans Filters, claims to have the best coffee in the region, and each room comes complete with a Nespresso machine. Fancy being a kid for the day? Visit the tubing park next door.

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  • Embarc Tremblant


    With white clapboard siding and spacious porches, each of Embarc’s holiday homes embodies Tremblant’s unique blend of European-style architecture and French-Canadian flair. If you’re in town for skiing, your in-suite fireplace should do a good job of warming the cockles. Don’t fancy braving the snow? A free shuttle service runs to and from the pedestrian village. During summer, sizzle up a storm on the barbecue, or challenge a fellow visitor to a game of tennis on the courts. You’re also steps away from a local beach with activities such as kayaking and pedal boating.

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    Cap Tremblant


    Cap Tremblant sits at the highest altitude of all the hotels in the Mont-Tremblant region; therefore, it has some pretty fantastic views over the Laurentians. Its four-star mountain residences vary in size, with the largest sleeping up to 12 guests, and feature a jetted tub and a large, private terrace or balcony. Dinner at the hotel’s greenhouse dining room, Il Pinnacolo, should be high on the agenda, as should enjoying a glass of full-bodied red by the fireplace in its low-lit wooden bar.

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    Hôtel Vacances Tremblant


    Break up your journey at Hôtel Vacances Tremblant, a contemporary hotel one hour north of Montreal that promises activities aplenty and easy access to Highway 117. During winter, you’ll have direct access to the area’s network of snowshoe trails, a snow tubing park and the Tremblant resort lifts. Elsewhere, in summer, the Parc Linéaire P’tit Train du Nord beckons cyclists to tackle its 144mi (232km) path through the colorful landscape of the Laurentians. The hotel is also family-friendly – kids under 18 stay free when sharing with parents.

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    Le Lodge de la Montagne – Les Suites Tremblant


    For direct access to the slopes, Le Lodge de la Montagne offers ski-in, ski-out accommodation in a rustic mountain setting. It has a log-cabin feel to it, with canoes and snowshoes lining the walls and two spa tubs ready for use as the snow hits. If you don’t ski, you can still make the most of winter with ice-skate rentals, and when the weather warms, there are summer gondola rides and a seasonal outdoor pool.

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    These recommendations were updated on October 30, 2020 to keep your travel plans fresh.