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Residence Inn by Marriott Mont Tremblant Manoir Labelle
Ranked #2 of 29 Hotels in Mont Tremblant
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Reviewed July 4, 2007

I have always been rather fond of the Marriott Residence Inn chain as a good place for a family to stay, and our one-night stay here recently was no exception, though I will say that our room here was smaller than any room we have ever had at a Residence Inn. We booked a standard room with two queen beds, and while pleasant enough, it was quite small and had the world's tiniest little kitchen area, which included just a small refrigerator, a microwave and a sink. The last time I stayed at a Residence Inn (in New Jersey) for the same price or less we had a full kitchen with a breakfast bar with stools, a king bed area, a living room with a queen fold-out couch, a little dressing room area, and a bath. So I'd have to say the room here was a disappointment, and it was somewhat dark and drably decorated. Having said that, the beds were comfortable enough, the people who worked there were very friendly, and the location was great, right in the quaint little resort village. The room was quiet despite the fact that there was a family with an infant staying right next to us.The free buffet breakfast was the best we've had at a Residence Inn (lots more choices than usual) and the breakfast room was extremely pleasant.

Be forewarned that the food in the Village is extremely expensive, we definitely experienced some serious sticker shock! We took the gondola to the top of the mountain (a must-do experience) and I bought a Coke up there, which cost almost $3.50! Few of the restaurants in the Village had reasonable prices, and some were outrageously expensive. Everyone who worked there, though, was pleasant and friendly and eager to be helpful. One last tip: if you have kids, they will almost certainly enjoy The Luge!

  • Stayed: July 2007, traveled with family
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Reviewed May 14, 2007

This hotel is well located in the middle of the pedestrian area and offers (at a cost) underground parking which is nice as you can walk to anywhere in this village. We were there in a very quiet time, after the ski season and before the summer so many restaurants were closed and others were renovating, painting etc.
The Residence Inn offers spacious rooms, some with balconies each with 2 plastic chairs but no table. Bathrooms are large and well laid out. The weirdest thing however, is that the internet cable connection jack is in the bedroom, on the night table. The dining room table, which can be used as desk, is in the living room however. As there is only cable and no wireless connection for hotel guests, one has to borrow from the front desk (for a CAD10 deposit) a 30ft RJ45 cable to connect to the free high speed internet.
Included full breakfast is great; plenty of hot and cold dishes; wafflemakers; cereals; fresh fruit; yoghurt etc etc constantly refilled by attentive staff. Use or earn Marriott points, it's a beautiful resort.

  • Stayed: May 2007, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed April 14, 2007

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.

  • Stayed: April 2007, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed January 24, 2007

We stayed in this hotel for 4 days in January 2007. It is average hotel and it feels that rooms are due for renovations. Location is great, you are in the middle of the village and steps away from ski lifts. Hotel staff was pretty helpful and professional. However, we would not recommend ordering their room service (by Casey Bar and Grill). We had a dinner their and their food put me in a hospital. The bar payed for an extra day that we had to stay due to my illness but the trip was ruined. Just be aware.

  • Stayed: January 2007, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed January 6, 2007

Was just at the residence for five nights for the new year. I usually always go with the family to Beaver Creek, Colorado because of the village like atmosphere and I have to say they are pretty similar. The Residence Inn is a nice hotel. It is definitely not a "Marriott or a Ritz" but it is a good choice.

Pros:
-Great location
-Free breakfast in the morning
-Great service
-Great for familys especially kids.

Cons:
-Noisy
-Sometimes messy hallways
-A bit too expenisve for it not being an acutal Marriott
-No pool

Bottom Line:
Nice hotel but not the Fairmont. I walked into the Fairmont and was like "wow." In my opinion, if the fairmont is not so much more expensive like no more than $150 a night compared to the Residence inn, I would choose the Fairmont. It's a lot nicer, cleaner, more "resort like", has a great indoor pool and spa. However, the Resience in is lovely with the basics and great service.
Oh and If you are coming from the US. Just be prepared for food being very expensive all over the village. The tax is really high but Save your receipts! Some lady at a store didn't tell us this until one of the last days but at the airport you can pick up forms and mail them back to Canada with your receipts when you get home and they'll refund a portion of the tax money back. I think when we did the math it came out to like $200.

Last thing:
If you like Mont tremblant, you mighty want to consider Beaver Creek Colorado instead or for the next trip. Fly directly into vail and it's like 10 minute drive from there. It is a beautiful village and the snow is a lot easier to skii on. I personally like Beaver Creek better because they have tubbing and ice skating in the village unlike Mont Tremblant where the only winter activity in the village is skiing. However, Mont tremblant is beauiful and was something new for us.

  • Stayed: December 2006
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Reviewed December 16, 2006

We had originally been going to MT Saint Anne but it didnt have enough snow so we called into mt Tremblant and stayed 4 nights the marriott is a great location close to the base of the mountain the rooms are excellent and the staff very friendly good restaurant "caseys downstairs"
if your looking for a comfortable well priced place to stay look no further the fireplace was awesome after a hard day on the slopes:-)

  • Stayed: November 2006, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed December 12, 2006

We stayed for 6 nights in Dec 06. We had originally planned to stay at Chateau Beauvallon but decided before we went that we would be better staying in the village, given that this was our first time skiing.
We had a 1 bedroom suite, which gave a kitchenette with microwave, electric cooker, dishwasher, toaster and fridge together with all the cooking utensils we needed. We actually stopped on the way into Tremblant at a supermarket for supplies (there are 2 next to each other on the 117 north from Montreal - Provigo and IGA) which worked out really well. The suite also had an open fire (supplied with a fire log on the first night FOC, then $4.00 + tax per log. We thought that we should get a log supplied each night of the stay, since if the room was let to different people on different nights then one would be supplied to each new guest, so why not supply one each night regardless of whether occupants of room are new or not??) The room was cleaned each day including them running the dishwasher which was totally unexpected.
The living area and bedroom were a good size, as was the en-suite bathroom. Our suite was on the right of the hotel, overlooking the pool area (which being December was closed of course!). This was a very quiet room; we had heard that staying over the other side of the hotel, by Casey’s bar/restaurant could have been a bit noisier; I think this would be true as you can hear some noise from other rooms although not so as to disturb you.
There was a TV both in the living area and the bedroom, although there seemed to be more channels available on the bedroom TV, which seemed a little odd. The pay movies were a reasonable cost at $9.
All in all we found the room to be very clean and comfortable, and the staff were all very friendly and helpful. I arranged flowers and a cake for my wife’s birthday and they delivered them to the room just as arranged.
We had read that the breakfast could be a little disappointing, and that it could be difficult to get a seat. For us personally, the choices of juices, cereals, toast, muffins, waffles, hot sausages and scrambled eggs etc was excellent, but it could be an issue if a full cooked breakfast is your thing. We never had the slightest problem finding seating, although we were there very early in the season and the hotel was not full.
We had a 12 hour power cut the night we arrived, but this was no fault of the hotel and since it was resolved overnight there was not massive disruption. The staff coped well and handed out light sticks if needed, there was emergency lighting in the corridors and lobby area where they brought out fruit, hot drinks were available.
The location for us was excellent, lots of restaurants to choose from in the village, and Casey’s in the hotel itself was excellent, Tuesday night is all you can eat Fajita night for $18. Location for skiing was great too, a couple of minutes down to the rental shop, then onto the cabriolet which took us over the hotel to the foot of the mountain and the flying mile and gondola.
The hotel had tea and coffee available in the lobby all day which was a nice touch, they also have snacks in the breakfast room from 4pm-5pm Mon-Thursday, during our stay this was cheese and biscuits twice and nachos with dips another day.
We found the whole stay to be excellent, and would thoroughly recommend the hotel and resort.

Stayed: December 2006
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Address: 170 Chemin Cure Deslauriers, Mont Tremblant, Quebec J8E 1C9, Canada
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Location: Canada > Quebec > Mont Tremblant
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Bar / Lounge Business Center with Internet Access Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Kitchenette Restaurant Suites Wheelchair access Airport Transportation
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#5 Family Hotel in Mont Tremblant
#6 Romantic Hotel in Mont Tremblant
Price Range: $162 - $734 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — Residence Inn by Marriott Mont Tremblant Manoir Labelle 3*
Number of rooms: 127
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Residence Inn by Marriott Mont Tremblant Manoir Labelle has incredible mountain views with cozy accommodations. Relax at our resort in Mont-Tremblant, Canada and spread out in a well-appointed suite, with the ski slopes just a short distance away and the shops of Tremblant Pedestrian Village steps from out front door. ... more   less 
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