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Reviewed 30 January 2011

This hotel works for us for two reasons:
1. BREAKFAST . Lifts close daily at 3:30pm. So key is to get out to the lifts at 7:45am (for First Track, which is this special ticket you get as a resort guest that lets you get on the lifts at 7:45am while the public has to wait till 8:30am). In order to get to the lifts at 7:45am, having someone cook breakfast for us definitely helped. Quality of breakfast - it's fine.. the eggs were definitely questionable, and it was the same "scrambled" for all 3 mornings. The meat changed - sausage links fri, sausage patties sat, ham on sunday, 3rd hot item were hashbrowns ( weren't that great.. cold and chewy at 7:30am), potatoes, or baked beans. Hot cereal ( instant oatmeal), 4 kinds of cold cereal, juices, milk, coffee, tea, pastries, toasts (raisin, white, whole wheat), fruit , yogurt. A reviewer wrote about plastic bowls - maybe that was for the afternoon soup which is only served Mon-Thurs which we weren't able to enjoy (we were there Fri-Mon). Breakfast was served with regular restaurant plates/bowls and stainless steel cutlery. Plastic /paper ones available for those taking food back to their rooms. Breakfast room was not busy between 7-7:30am, lots of seating available. Did not encounter any rude breakfast staff.
2. LOCATION - Hilton is the only hotel with a slope facing door that is less than 50 m from the gondola _and_ with breakfast (there are other Intrawest condos a tad closer.. but you make your own breakfast). Fairmont would be truly ski in/ski out, as their exit is somewhat higher up the slope, but to ski out from the Fairmont means...strapping on your skis, ski for 5 seconds to the gondola then taking off your skis again to get on the gondola. From the Hilton's exit door we carry our skis and walked to the gondola to board.
Following advice from another reviewer, we parked our van close to that slope-facing exit door and left our skis in the vehicle. Every day our personal ski valet (DH - dear husband) goes down to the van to carry our skis up one flight of stairs and sets them at the exit door. We walk down from our suite in our ski boots, poles in hand, and pick up the skis then out the door. At the end of the day, we get off the slopes, take off our skis, carry them for a few steps back into that exit door, drop the skis off there while our personal ski valet carries them down into the garage for storage. That's the life :-)

Other notes:
Kitchen supplies - we didn't cook beyond soup and PB&Js so can't really say if the utensils were adequate. There wasn't a colander, but there was a frying pan, a saucepan with steamer, and a bigger pot. There was 1 knife and a can opener, no measuring cup. Coffee, tea and 1 bag of microwave popcorn supplied but if you want to make your own brand of coffee, bring flat filters. I brought my own green tea teabags and a case of duraflame firelogs. They did supply a box of kleenex in the bathroom and a roll of papertowel in the kitchen (i recall one past reviewer said there weren't any of those).
Did not try hot tub. Did not try tubing.
Booked the stay directly via Hilton's website as the Tremblant website did not show any rooms for this property for our dates.
Would have liked to get the lift tickets deal from Costco (described by another reviewer) on the way up (saw 2 Costcos along hwy 15) but it was past 9pm when we got to that neighbourhood and they were closed. Our eldest has an Ontario Grade 4/5 snow pass which allows her 3 free tickets to ski at Tremblant, but the rules are that we have to go to the ticket booth every day to have that snowpass swiped for a lift ticket. The ticket booth opens at 8am so we always missed First track by 15 mins... It is true that the slopes are quiet before 10am.
We were here during Jan 28-Jan 31. The only busy day on the slopes/lifts was Saturday. Sunday was surprisingly non-busy (perhaps people were hungover/busy checking out to go home).
Noise - heard from other guests at breakfast that the rooms closer to the top end of the hotel (higher room numbers) had to put up with a lot of party noise sat night. Our room was down near the "bottom" (room 30x) and we had a quiet sat night.
Parking is $10/day.
Highspeed internet (via an ethernet cable) in room is fine but next time we will certainly bring our router so we can connect more than one computer at a time, wirelessly.

  • Stayed: January 2011, travelled with family
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Reviewed 18 January 2011

Overall a good hotel, but unfortunately constant problems with heating system for the entire stay. No Internet access, even though listed as available. Breakfasts very average standard, plastic bowls. Après ski not at the standard we expected. Hot powdered soup, quite sterile environment. Rooms need upgrading, look tired. Bed very comfortable.

  • Stayed: February 2010, travelled as a couple
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Thank squirrel6969
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Reviewed 17 January 2011

Family of 4 (2 adults plus 20 yr old son and 17 yr old daughter) stayed over Christmas week in a one bedroom suite. We drove up from Connecticut. The hotel has an amazing location in the pedestrian village just steps from the ski lift. Stayed on Hilton points (Diamond) and we were upgraded from a studio to large one bedroom overlooking the ski slopes and village. Suite had a large bedroom with two double beds, living room with sofa bed, kitchen, dining room ,bathroom and balcony overlooking the village. Room had a nice fireplace for which you can only burn Duraflame type logs so we brought a case with us in the car. Small kitchen has all of the necessary appliances and utensils if you want to cook your own meals. Service at the hotel was excellent. The front desk staff was always very polite and helpful with restaurant recommendations, directions, etc. Housekeeping did a great job and we were happy to leave a nice tip everyday.

Internet – Wireless in only available in the breakfast room and we could often see people sitting there with their laptops. As others have noted, rooms only have a wired connection in the bedroom. While I don’t need much Internet access on vacation my Internet addicted wife and kids brought a couple of laptops, an iPad, iPod Touch and WiFi enabled cell phones. I warned my family about the Internet situation in advance and my son brought our wireless router from home and plugged it into the wired connection to create our own WiFi hotspot.

Skiing – The skiing was great the entire time of our stay. The resort was pretty full over the Christmas holiday and one of the chair lifts on the backside was out of service for the first couple of days which added to the wait at the other lifts. We took advantage of the First Tracks skiing for resort guests and were on the gondola at 7:45am each day so we were able to get in a couple of hours skiing each day without any lift lines. While most waits were less than 5 min. we did wait 20-25 min for the gondola at peak times. Per another suggestion on the forum, we purchased lift tickets at Costco in St Jerome just off route 15 on the way up only to learn at the resort that they weren’t valid during Christmas week. Costco Tremblant tickets are $63 plus tax and include a $10 lunch voucher vs. $75 plus tax without lunch at the resort.

Parking - $10/day for heated underground parking at the hotel. The garage is just down a flight of stairs from the lobby/ski lockers so I put my skies in the car rather than use the ski lockers.

Food – The Homewood suites has a free breakfast buffet which was convenient and includes a good selection of hot and cold items (sausage, eggs, bagels, toast, muffins, juice, cereal, fruit, etc.). After skiing hot soup and bread is served. The pedestrian village is full of great restaurants and bars. Since we drove up, we stocked up on snacks, beer and wine from the Costco in St. Jerome. There is a convenience store in the village which has a good selection of food, beer and wine and there is a SAQ liquor store next to the hotel.

Activities – The hotel has a nice outdoor hot tub which was nice after a day of skiing. Don't forget to bring your swim suite. The resort has a small outdoor ice skating area which is free to resort guests. My wife and daughter enjoyed it but the ice was very bumpy (No Zamboni here) so I didn’t even put on my skates. There was also a small sliding hill next to the hotel which was also free for resort guests. Lots of shops in the village for shopping.

Stayed: December 2010, travelled with family
1  Thank Fiji8888
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Reviewed 15 January 2011

We stayed in one of the one bedroom lofts over Christmas week, and like others who have written reviews, were impressed with the location and rooms in this hotel. The front door of the hotel is right next to the mountain so walking to the lifts is very easy. The hotel provides storage for ski equipment (they'll lend you a lock at the front desk that's free, so long as you return it), but the package we had through the resort allowed us to use the valet hut for ski equipment that's beside the gondola, so we used that instead. Nonetheless, it's still a good idea to get locks from the hotel to use on the mountain. The people at the front desk and in the breakfast room seemed reasonably friendly and pleasant, if not particularly chatty.

Room: The living room/kitchen area wasn't huge, but it was spacious enough as well as very clean, recently remodeled, nice flat screen tv, etc. There are so many great restaurants in Tremblant that I didn't cook any dinners, but I certainly could have as the kitchen was very well stocked with a full set of dishes, glasses, flatware, cooking equipment, etc. -- it even had a crock pot. Our room was down a long hall (surprisingly, there were a few stairs in the hall that made bringing all the luggage in and out a little challenging, as we could only wheel the car as far as the stairs) and unfortunately, we didn't have a great view (we were on the side away from the village/mountain), but we didn't have any problems with noise - it was very quiet both in the evening and at night. After reading other reviews, I brought of case of logs so we enjoyed a fire every night. We also enjoyed having a private bedroom with our own TV, and the loft bedroom with a double bed, though fairly small, was perfect for our teenage daughters. Having a loft also meant that we didn't have to view the chaos they create from throwing their clothes everywhere or fight with them about picking up their clothes. The loft isn't closed off, however, so they don't have any privacy.

The only disadvantages to the rooms at this hotel is that there are no services such as room service and they don't have wireless Internet: you have to connect through a cord. This may sound silly, but to a family with Internet addicted teenagers that travels with more than one computer, it means a lot of "negotiating" (i.e. bickering) over who gets to check their Facebook while they're in the room. The hotel does have wireless in the lobby, but that's not the same as having it in the room. The breakfast wasn't amazing (eggs were a bit questionable), and my husband actively disliked the hot food, but it was certainly adequate, with plenty of bagels, toast, pastries, cereals, juices, coffee, apples, bananas, etc. as well as hot food some people may like and occasionally, cut up fresh fruit. To me, not having to worry about providing breakfast every morning far outweighed any complaints about the eggs. The hotel sauna and outdoor hot tub are great, so definitely bring bathing suits even in the winter.

The Resort: As you can see from the photos on their website, the Mont Tremblant resort village is well designed and really beautiful. We also enjoyed the French flavor - the lodge at the top of the mountain, for example, has french onion soup, freshly made crepes and waffles with cut up fresh fruit and homemade whipped cream, as well as cafe au lait in bowls. Since everything is in walking distance, my teenages (16 and 20 with a 25 year old family friend) could go out at night alone after dinner, and we were happy that they could go out without us having to lend them the car. We ate at a lot of restaurants, both for lunch and for dinner, and although there are plenty of restaurants with dinner entries in the $35-$50 range, we managed to find several restaurants with more reasonable entries in the $15-$25 range. I would say that our favorite restaurant was definitely the crepe place (Creperie Catherine) that has amazing dinner and dessert crepes but closes early. A warning to people with kids under 18: since we're from Philadelphia, we thought we could go to the casino restaurant as you can in Atlantic City, so we tried to go to the casino one night for dinner (fun because you take a gondola there). Apparently, however, in Canada, people under 18 can't enter the casino at all, not even to go to the restaurant, so we were turned away.

The skiing was great from the 24-26th, but from the 27th on, the lines, as with most ski resorts during Christmas week, were horrendus. In the future, we will only go skiing during Christmas week if we can work out the kids' schedules so that we can arrive a few days before Christmas and leave on the 27th, which is when everyone seemed to arrive. Prebooking rental equipment through the website is definitely worth it--saves a lot of time. We had been forwarned that skiing in Quebec is very cold, so we were prepared and brought extra warm clothing. In terms of activities, the ice skating rink is a bit hard to find (it's at the lowest part of the resort by the little church) but it's lovely, and the skates they rent (included with resort packages) are new and comfortable. I also recommend the pottery painting place near the bottom of the resort if your kids enjoy that sort of thing.

  • Stayed: December 2010, travelled with family
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Thank corima
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Reviewed 10 January 2011

Stayed during the one of their busiest times, Christmas to New Year's. Stayed with Hilton points-thought we would get a cramped little studio, but to our surprise, we got a large studio w/loft & murphy bed. Perfect for our family of 5! To make it even better, it had 5 large windows that can open & overlooked the quad lift & mountains- what a beautiful view esp. during New Year's eve fireworks! I asked for a complimentary fire log,but the housekeeping staff we MUST purchase it (???). Bring your own pots if you cook & can opener. Lots of space in this unit. Housekeeping knew when we won't be in room and can clean it in 15 min, but not very well. 3 supermarkets, restaurants, dollarstore ~10 min away @ Tremblant centreville. Breakfast-very good, no problem finding a table, can bring food back to your room if you can find trays, large flat screen tv w/the french news on. Wished it overlooked the mtns or village-oh well. The 4pm soup on Mon-Thurs were excellent. Food Staff were friendly -didn't encounter some of the nastiness from prev. reviewers. Able to purchase tiks thru front desk (thanks Francios) & charge to room, access to early first tracks at 7:45am; free ice-skating & evening activities (which were so limited this year). We were disappointed that they kept moving the place where my kids can go sledding. They (Tremblant) need to get their act together-no fault of the hotel. The lift lines start to get busy at 10am, b4 that, the mountain is yours! If you have the mtn side, you get some truck noise grooming the trails early in the morning. We had some trouble switching credit cards at check out, note there is a resort fee or tax; and the province tax seems to go up 1% on Jan. 1st annually. But still love the convenience of the hotel for skiing. Great mountain abeit expensive. Oh well, cest la vie.

  • Stayed: December 2010, travelled with family
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2  Thank love-those-beaches
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