Le Westin Resort & Spa, Tremblant, Quebec

100 Chemin Kandahar | Mont-Tremblant, QC J8E 1E2  [SEE MAP]Mont-Tremblant, QC  [SEE ADDRESS]

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TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

Dog Friendly - Amazing Stay

Mar 14th, 2020

We recently took a trip to Mont-Tremblant with our 4 year old dog 50 lb dog. We stayed at Le Westin which is one of two dog-friendly hotels at Mont-Tremblant village at the bottom of the ski runs. I can't speak highly enough of the hotel. It's small enough to feel intimate, but has wonderful rooms (we stayed in suite 532 overlooking the lake) and great amenities including a heated pool and large hot tub, as well as a great restaurant where you can have dinner or a breakfast buffet. The staff are legitimately the best I have ever seen, They are friendly without being obtrusive and were extremely kind throughout our stay. The kitchens in the suites are big enough to cook proper meals every night and they have a full size fridge. We took our dogs bed so he would have a familiar spot to sleep, and his water and food bowls. The dogs are not allowed in the room on their own, so we rotated. However, they do have signs you can put on your door to say the dog is in the room so cleaners don't go in etc. You can take your dog on-leash around the resort (the only downside is that they have no off-leash area, it would be great if they could sort an off-leash dog park fenced in). But we gave him an hour round the resort each morning and evening and a 2-3 hour hike in the national park each afternoon. We also took our dog hiking in the national park. Three trails now allow dogs on-leash (La Roche, La Corniche and Le Coulee). They are essentially one loop that takes 3-4 hours to walk and is beautiful in the snow (bring snow shoes as you will need them!). Its about CAD18 to enter the park for two adults. The trails are about 40 mins drive from the resort depending on conditions, our satnav was not great, but if you just go by location and select Lac Monroe (east side), you can park at the Discovery Centre (Centre de Decouverte in French) and the trail is about 3-5 mins walk from the car park. For your pup, if you fancy an hour drive to Saint-Adele, there is a great park called Parc Doncaster where you can take dogs on leash. Its a beautiful walk with a great hike to the summit. Again, stunning in the snow. CAD 7 approx for the entrance. The resort has great restaurants so highly recommend dinner out if you can. The Quebecoise are courteous skiers and snowboarders and the lifts are well organised, so its really pleasant on the slopes are well. Le Westin gives you passes free of charge so you can do the 'first tracks' and go up at 7:45 a.m. instead of 8:30 when the general public goes up. Take advantage, its much quieter and a lot of fun. The passes also allow you to use the ice rink and the tubing at certain times. The whole resort is wonderful, but I highly recommend Le Westin. We plan to go back next year and very much look forward to it. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

Great location and nice sized Rooms

Mar 13th, 2020

The hotel is located close to the mountain a close 5 min walk. The rooms were a good size, The housekeeping staff could pay more attention to detail. The breakfast was done nicely. We would come back next year!! TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

Great Family-Friendly Hotel In Heart of Mont Tremblant

Mar 10th, 2020

The Westin is a great family-friendly place to stay conveniently located in the heart of Mont Tremblant. Our family of four enjoyed plenty of room in a one-bedroom suite, kept neat and clean throughout our stay by the housekeeping staff that quickly made up the room each morning. The room featured a kitchenette that allowed us to give the kids breakfast each day before ski school, offered a balcony for fresh air, and included a gas fireplace to help keep us warm. The third-floor ski locker entrance to the hotel kept us within very close walking distance to the base of the mountain, and self-serve laundry machines in each floor kept everyone in clean clothes for the week. Service from the front desk and parking valet (only $4 more per night than self park) were consistently excellent, and the super-heated outdoor pool and massive hot-tub were a daily hit with the whole family. Leaving from the front entrance put us just across from the center of the pedestrian village, with quick access to restaurants and shops. We will definitely be back. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

2020 Valentine’s Day Stay at Westin Tremblant

Feb 22nd, 2020

As BONVOY members, the Westin treated us accordingly and greeted us with a warm reception by staff. The property is fantastic and perfectly located in the Tremblant village. There’s a heated saltwater pool and jacuzzi outside that was awesome in the winter weather! The room was spacious, clean and had breathtaking views of the mountains. Overall, we were very happy with our stay and the service received! TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 3

It’s fine. Just don’t expect luxury or amazing service

Feb 18th, 2020

We’ve been going to Tremblant every year. Always searching for the perfect spot. We have stayed at the Fairmont three times before and feel while it is ski-in, ski-out, it just doesn’t meet typical Fairmont standards. This year we went with the Westin. We were a bit nervous as the property is not a ski in ski out property. However, the location of the hotel makes it perfect for shopping and dining, and the reality is it is only a one and a half minute walk through the town to get to the main gondola. So in the end, what we were most worried about we were very happy, as The location isn’t as bad as we thought for skiing. In a way, it may have even been closer to the lesson location than the Fairmont. The lobby area could use some work. There is a bar which is open to the hallway walking in toward the elevator to the rooms. It didn’t seem welcoming and inviting, and while my wife and I typically like to have drinks in the evenings we didn’t feel the desire to sit in what was essentially a busy hallway. Breakfast is average. Platters of fruit, pancakes, and an omelette station. It was fine not spectacular. Prices were good, only $14 for kids. We ordered room service the first night. Unfortunately half our order never came. When we called to notify them of the mistake, it took over an hour for them to give us the remaining dishes. And they still charged us full price— how about, “so sorry it took us 2 hours for your meal, dessert is on us?” The burger was average. Bland. The rooms were clean but we felt a bit cramped in the two-BR suite (322). The master bathroom had barely enough space for two people to stand there. Interestingly, our travel partners were in the same level room and had a much larger room (301) with vaulted ceilings and a massive master BR with a jacuzzi in the room. While I was the Marriott Elite member, when we checked in at the same time, for some reason they gave them the nicer room. Ski lockers were on the third floor. They gave us only one lock for our family of 5, which would only accommodate one board and one pair of skis. So we ended up just bringing the other skis back to the room every night. A bit annoying. The path leads right into the town by the back of La Forge. We wanted to experience the spa but apparently it is closed on Monday and Tuesday. So while I called for a massage, they informed me that it would have to be at the Fairmont. Not exactly what I expect out of a Westin. Pool was great— but the strange thing was the hot tub was closed for most of the afternoon on Monday. I guess for cleaning. In the end— I’ve found resorts at Tremblant to be average. You have to lower your expectations a bit. This is a fine hotel and we may consider staying again. It’s probably higher up on our scale than the Fairmont in terms of room price and actually the location. But lower food quality, and a bit lower service. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

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