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Residence Inn by Marriott Mont Tremblant Manoir Labelle
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Reviewed October 25, 2012

This is the place to stay - right in the village walking distance to shops, ski mountain and lifts, restaurants. We have bi-level suite and had a balcony overlooking the village streets so sat out people watching. Had a fireplace and you could purchase logs at front desk for $5.00 which we did and thoroughly enjoyed.
What a fun place! Went in October peak weekend for the leaves and how truly beautiful! Town was bustling with leaf peepers. Gondola to casino a short walk. Highly recommend and look forward to going back.

Room Tip: If you like quiet the back side overlooking trees would be good - we overlooked village streets and enjoyed people watching.
  • Stayed: October 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank mjdlray
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Reviewed October 22, 2012

This hotel is very well located in the heart of Mont Tremblant. Stayed with my hubby last weekend, had plans to go hiking on the different trails leading up to the summit. Absolutely wonderful! The staff here is amazing, great service! Has previously mentioned the rooms are nice and clean but they do seem to have had it rough during the ski season. The buffet is a free for all, but the food was good and plentiful. Some people just don’t know how to act in public! What can you do, it’s not the hotel’s fault. Easy access to the indoor parking. Had friends meet us for dinner and the Manager gave them a free pass for parking (probably because it is low season).
One thing to note at this time of the year, after the fall colors, not much is going on at Mont Tremblant until the opening of the ski season which is scheduled for November 22nd. The gondola was closed, the luge and some restaurants. If you don’t want a crowd and just enjoy, this is the best time to go explore Tremblant!

  • Stayed: October 2012, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank SylvieFrancois444
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Reviewed October 17, 2012

We stayed in a 2 bed/2 bath suite during Thanksgiving weekend. From reception to checking out, the hotel staff were great, accomodating our every request. The suite was as shown on the website, fully equipped, and very clean. The buffet needs some work though. On the Monday, it was packed and pure mayhem. There were no lines, people just pushed in and grabbed.On the Tuesday, we were disappointed to find a very reduced buffet, and what was available was dry. Luckily the waffle machines were there. Overall we enjoyed our stay and will be returning.

  • Stayed: October 2012, traveled with friends
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Thank StanMJ
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Reviewed October 13, 2012

One thing everyone should know before booking is that ski resort hotels take a beating during ski season with lots of bumps, rubs, and dings. Staff have worked hard here to keep the evidence of this wear and tear to a minimum.

We arrived at the Inn during the fall leaf spectacular when everywhere one looks, one sees beautiful reds, yellows, and every variation of the above. Mt Tremblant and surrounding areas are amazingly beautiful. The weather was warm but mostly cloudy and a little rainy but not enough to seriously interfere with our enjoyment.

The Inn itself is also very pleasant. I had booked two nights at the seniors' rate so we felt that we were enjoying a nice room at a great rate. The studio rooms feature fridges, microwaves, big screen TV's etc. None of the studio rooms have balconies, and ours also had no view, a disappointment. When we inquired what a room with a view would cost, the quote was an extra $80/ night. We stayed where we were.

As others have mentioned, breakfast is ample and varied with some of the best scrambled eggs I've encountered.

Though the outdoor pool was closed, the dual hot tubs were just the right temperature and wonderfully bubbly.

Our hotel rate included passes to the gondola which we took advantage of on our first day This turned out to be a good move as the next day clouds obscured the top of the "hill".

At this time of year, tour buses full of Japanese tourists also there for the leaves, arrive steadily. They appeared to be enjoying themselves as much as we were.

We really enjoyed our two days at the Inn and would have no hesitation in recommending it to other travelers. Our one disappointment was the lack of a view.

Parking was $12. Down the hill is Catherine's, a small restaurant making very tasty crepes in a pleasant atmosphere at reasonable prices. Though no taxi service was listed in our books, there is a service available

We went on a 10K hike around the outer edge of the golf course and beyond which provided one amazing scene after another.

  • Stayed: October 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed October 9, 2012

We were placed in Room 405. The light that hangs down over the dining room table was loaded with cobwebs. This even after a cleaning. The pocket door on the bathroom was jammed open so you had to do all you business in "public".

Breakfast was included but had a very institutional over-crowded fend-for-yourself sort of feel. We ate closer to 10 than 7 each morning and most stuff was either run out or had a "I've been here since 7" taste.

Staff were friendly when approached.


While I think they are and can be better than this - it was sort of a 2 out of 5 experience for us on this occasion.

  • Stayed: October 2012
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Thank DaveBOttawa
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