My friends and I had a great time during our first visit to Mont Tremblant and were pleased that we stayed at Cap Tremblant. I would definitely recommend it to people looking for a quiet trip away from the city rather than if you are looking for the hustle and bustle that the Tremblant village has to offer.
Since there are no turn down services, we only saw reception 3 times, upon checking in and out, and once to ask for general info regarding near by hiking and taxi services, all with very pleasant bi-lingual representatives.
The room was very spacious, with a large living area with 2 loveseats, a coffee table, TV with DVD player, a stereo, fireplace (currently not available for use), a dining area for 4, 3 bar chairs with the kitchen counter. The bedroom was a queen size bed with a full body mirror, spacious closet, a small TV and a dresser. The bathroom came with various sized towels (although more "beach appropriate" ones can be found in the bedroom dresser), basic amenities and hair dryer. The balcony (depending on what floor/room size tho) was very spacious, we stayed in 205-4 so our balcony wasn't directly under the sun (one more floor above us) but came with a patio set and propane bbq overlooking below us the "main" gravel path and pool slightly below on the mountain (so still full privacy but we were able to see how busy the pool was at any given point)
Kitchen & Laundry:
There was an on site washer and dryer and they supply the detergent. The kitchen was very surprisingly well equipped, which was one of our major concerns, even bringing some of our own things. It has lots of cutlery, assortment of cooking spatulas, strainers, cheese grater, hand mixers, ladles, various bowls for baking or plastic ones for serving, abundant plates and bowls, cups, glasses, wine glasses, ice trays, baking plate, muffin pan, measuring cups & spoons, tea pot, kettle, knife set & cutting board, coffee maker, complementary coffee and tea, bbq tongs, bbq lighter, bbq skewers, salt & pepper, garbage bags, dish soap, dishwasher soap, sponges.
The pull out couch:
Reading previous reviews, we brought our own bedsheets and blankets in anticipation of the "horrible" pull out. I can definitely imagine that if I didnt had the expectation I would be upset about the bed, however we put their blanket down and our bedsheets over, and using our blanket, it was significantly better.
It is located about 10 min drive from the village, which isnt a problem during the day. There are only 2 cab companies in the area and we highly suspect just a handful of taxis as it was the same driver that took us both ways one night, each time waiting 40 mins+ for the taxi to arrive. I highly recommend call well beforehand. The cab ride was about $15 after tip and parking at the village is $3/h so that's just the additional cost from choosing not to stay at one of the hotels in the village. Aside from that, the area was very secluded, making it extremely hard to find in the dark since there are no street lights and the signs are not very clear. The entire Cap Tremblant is located in a ring road enclave in the middle of residential areas on a hill. It was very quiet throughout our entire stay with lots of greenery and animal spottings. There are near by trails that are suitable for biking and rollerblading alongside the lake leading up to the village. Although we were directly across the pool, we didnt have any noise problems. The nearest grocery store is down the mountain about 10 mins in, so I would recommend stocking up beforehand since option is very limited especially at night as it seems that many restaurants close early.
All in all this was a great trip for relaxation, I think would be the perfect location for couples looking to get away from the city.
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