My wife and I used some Marriott Reward Points and were able to get a room on the Easter, Good Friday weekend. The hotel was full but the staff treated us like we were regular paying guests upon arrival. We only spent one night here but it was very relaxing. My brother-in-law and his wife joined us and the hotel room was very comfortable. We had one queen bed in a separate bedroom and a pull-out sofa bed in the living room. The kitchenette was very nice, clean and was larger than other Marriott Residence Inn properties (mind you, this was a resort). This hotel is right in the Mont Tremblant Village, so everything touristy was within walking distance. We didn’t do any skiing on this trip; just wanted to relax somewhere other than at home. Winter arrived a little bit later this year, so we were pleasantly surprised when 11cm of snow had fallen a few days prior to this visit. I’ve included some pictures. Mont Tremblant is a nice place for singles, couples and families but you won’t find too many low priced deals; food, activities and such can be a little pricey (for example, I accidentally paid $3+ Cdn for two chocolate covered marshmallows on a stick in the village chocolate shop – I was hungry). The hotel has free indoor parking which is great in the winter or summer months (TIP: We stopped at the regular grocery store that is 15 minutes outside of this resort to buy groceries at reasonable prices. There is a small market in the resort if you forget something). The space in the hotel room was nice (this was an average room) and having a wood burning fireplace was enjoyable/romantic. Warning! Make sure that you read the warning tag on the fireplace that says “open the flu/chimney” before lighting the 3 hour log that comes with your room. I didn’t make that mistake but I can only imagine the result (smoke filling your hotel room; how romantic ~laughing~). We had a small balcony which was nice (and good for my brother-in-law who still smokes cigarettes). The entire hotel is non-smoking. They have an outdoor swimming pool that is only open from June to September (check the website to be sure). We walked next door to a place called “Aquaclub La Source” which is an indoor water park that cost about $15/adult. (TIP#1: We went at the last hour of this place being open and saved $5 each. TIP#2: They have two hot tubs (whirlpools); one inside for adults and young people and one outside for adults only. TIP#3: If you are staying at the Marriott Residence Inn, there is a side door at the end of the hotel that is accessible with your room card; this door is 10 yards from the door to the water park.) Swimming caps (for your head) are mandatory, so you may have to buy one each like we did. You’ll have a choice of the standard rubber ones ($3?) or the possibly more comfortable cotton ones ($5?). Just like other Marriott Residence Inns, they offered free Internet (wired) and free/small buffet breakfast (but we decided to sleep instead). Wow, this review turned out to be longer that I had planned to write. Hope it helps.
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