Wednesday 23 May 2012

Le Sommet des Neiges, Mont Tremblant, QC

Our home-away-from-home while we've been in Mont Tremblant (from May 19 'til today) was Le Sommet des Neiges.

I had looked at different hotels before I booked in January.  This one caught my eye because I could get a two bedroom suite at a decent price and the outdoor salt water pool and hot tub would be open on the weekend.

Here is my bathroom. The tub was awesome ... really really deep and I had a couple baths.

Here is my bedroom (the bathroom was ensuite).

Here is Sister Sarah's bedroom.

Here is Sister Sarah's bathroom (it was next to her bedroom).

Here is the living room/dining room with a balcony.

There was a full kitchen.

The only thing I found lacking was that there was no a desk ... everyone travels with a laptop these days but there was no place comfortable to use it.  I ended up sitting on the floor in front of the coffee table.

This is the view from our balcony when we got here Saturday afternoon.

The suite was comfortable and there was plenty of room for the two of us.

Here is the library in the lobby downstairs.

There is a charge for Internet.  It's provided through an outside company and is about $12/night.  There is no business centre in the hotel so we'll have to print our flight tickets at the airport.

Parking is underground and about $12/night.

The outdoor saltwater pool and hot tub were supposed to be open this weekend.  I had emailed the hotel during the weekend asking for confirmation, which I got.  It was also on the reminder they sent during the week.  We discovered that the pool won't be opening 'til next weekend (the hot tub is open year round).  We weren't pleased with this since I had booked an extra day here so we could have a relaxing pool day.  To compensate, they gave us passes for Amerispa a couple blocks away.

There is a washer and dryer in the suite.  We discovered that the washer was broken.  The hotel gave us the key to the suite next door so we could use their washer and do our laundry.

This hotel is at the top of the resort village. The walk to the gondola to get to the top of the mountain is just next door.  There are lots of restaurants within walking distance.  It was crazy busy over the weekend (a long weekend) and was quiet since then ... restaurants were closing about 9pm.  During the summer and winter it's a lot busier.  There is a liquor store and a grocery store (that sells liquor) a couple blocks away.

I'd stay at this hotel again.


Way Out Wear said...

Wow that looks like a really nice place to stay!!!

I want to go to there!

Isabel said...

that looks very nice! that bed looks comfy!