Le Westin Resort & Spa
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Historical Traveler Reviews Le Westin Resort & Spa Mont Tremblant
Beautiful All Suite Hotel
All Suite Hotel in Mt. Tremblant. Beautiful but had a corporate feel. Very large suites with modern ammenities. Nice salt water pool but it overlooked road. Small exercise room, but no spa. Had to go to Fairmont for spa treatments. New hotel across the road, Quintessence is much moe luxurious--also much more expensive.
When in Tremblant, choose the Westin!
What an absolutely beautiful hotel with wonderful service!
This hotel is so gorgeous and so well done... we were upgraded to a very large and well-designed 2-room suite, and this perk absolutely made our trip in Mont Tremblant! The fireplace was so cozy, the kitchen so well-equipped - and I could go on & on about the Westin Heavenly amenities like the luxurious sheets, plush robes, large shower, and spa-quality amenities. It happened to rain quite a bit while we were in Tremblant - and this suite provided the most relaxing haven from the elements. We loved our time in the room and didn't mind if it rained - you can't say that at many places!!
The service was unbelievably personalized and friendly - they treated us like family during our entire 3-day stay. Quite remarkable for a large hotel. From the front desk to the valet to the concierge - everyone was so kind. Seems like other guests at the hotel shared our sentiments - as whenever we rode the elevator with others, they raved about the service of this hotel as well.
I recommend the Amerispa connected to the hotel - had an excellent facial and again received terrific service there as well.
Buffet breakfasts were unexpectedly included with our room - and were quite good with much variety.
The pool area is absolutely beautiful - great hot tub, and nice little gym.
They can electronically book golf tee times right at the front desk or concierge and charge them to your room - definitely hit Le Geant for an unforgettable experience...
There are many beautiful hotels with equally great locations in Tremblant - but choose Le Westin if you want a memorable experience of a lifetime.
We stayed at the Westin Tremblant end of June 2004. The 2 bedroom suite was both affordable and very comfortable (heavenly beds of course). Service is good with a few idiosyncracies-they call you back when you call the front desk for room service or other service-; currently the fitness center is being refurbished, so it wasn't fantastic but the good news is that something much better is on the horizon. We didn't eat much at the hotel but the sushi was wonderful. Great pool. We would go back.
One of the best places I have ever stayed
What a hotel! just what you would expect to see in Quebec the hotel is very french looking inside and out. We had a suite with a small kitchenett and a seperate bedroom, the room was small but well done. The bedding, furnishings were first class. The view we had from the veranda was of the city. and what a view it was. Mont tremblant is one of the most beautiful I have ever seen, bands playing on the coble stone streets, shops, resturants, you name it. I could stay in my room and watch all day as I drank my coffee. Oh yes the hotel the Hot tub was the best huge, the outdoor pool too. The staff was very friendly lot of non speaking staff but who cared all of our needs were taken care of and if I ever go back to Quebec Mont Tremblant, Le Westen would be my first choice.
Romantic getaway at Le Westin
This is our first visit to Mont Tremblant after hearing numerours recommendations from friends. Le Westin is definitely an excellent choice for a romantic weekend getaway. For under C$200 a nite, you get 5-star rooms with french deco, fireplace, nice view and 600 thread-count linens (that's such an issue for a woman in case you have no idea!). A nice continental breakfast is included in price.
As for location, any accommodation in the village is close enough. You can basically cover the entire village by foot within 15 minutes.
Draw back...Gondolas are closed for a few weeks in Nov. in case you plan to reach the top of Mt. Laurentien. Restaurants are pretty deserted in weekday evenings. A couple can pretty much occupy the attention of the entire restaurant crews.
Definitly a great choice if you're looking for a quiet resort for the 2 of U.
The best little french hotel in Tremblant
So far the best hotel I have stayed at. The views, the night life, the people, and staff are the best. The room I had was a one bedroom apartment. Clean, the linens are high end. I can go on and on, I will again go back. (great place for children) or just the two off you.
We spent almost a week at Le Westin Hotel in Mount Tremblant (August 2003). This truly is a 5 star hotel. The rooms/suites are breathtaking!
The staff are very friendly and professional. Don't miss the "Ital Deli" Italian Restaurant nearby! Excellent pasta! Everthing about this hotel is first class. We had heard that the Fairmont Hotel (close) was also very nice, so we checked it out. Le Westin is far superior. We will definately return.
A Nice Ski Destination
My wife and I travelled to Mont Tremblant to meet a group of friends the week of 2/24/03. We all stayed at Le Westin in the Mont Tremblant village. First, the location is great! It's in the heart of the village where it's only a short walk to several restaraunts and plenty of shopping. It's also a short walk to the ski slopes, which is important when you have on your ski boots!! The rooms at Le Westin are very nice. They each have a gas fireplace, the "heavenly" bed, a nice bath (including the "heavenly" shower), a mini-fridge and microwave. The only downside is the lack of drawer space due to the other amenities. We had the breakfast buffet each morning which was included in the price of our room. This was a nice, full buffet and not just a continental breakfast...Good for stocking up for a long day of skiing! The outdoor, heated pool and hot tub were most welcome after skiing each day as was the sauna in the weight room. The weight room was not very well stocked with equipment, but this wasn't really a factor for us since we got our exercise on the slopes. The service was better-than-average, but I wouldn't classify it as outstanding. The turn-down service on the first night set high expectations, but for the remainder of the trip, we didn't receive the same level of service. The skiing at Mont Tremblant was very good, especially to someone who is used to skiing the slopes of North Carolina and West Virginia. By the end of each day, there were some of the familiar icy spots on some of the slopes, but for the most part, there was enough powder to make for good skiing. Overall, a nice trip and a nice vacation destination!
I went to the Westin with Rejeanne Desrosier for a night. I went to the hot tub we ate in our room. I ate chicken rice with fries and corn. Rejeanne had a chicken sandwich with me. This was a special gift from my Daddy. I love the Westin Hotel I had a card for my room for moi. It was good. Thank you for the hotel the Westin Hotel.
The best-- at least so far?
This was our second year at Mt. Tremblant. Last year, we "slummed" it a lttle, because we left it so late to book for the winter break from school for the kids. Not this year.
We really like this place. About the right mix of luxe and informality, we think. The staff is very young, very helpful and still professional. Everything they could do, they did.
The place itself is well located, right in the heart of Mt. Tremblant village. Pretty good (not great, but we get v.good sushi here in NY) Japanese restaurant on premises.
Room was, however, better than expected. Cathedral ceilings. Small kitchenette, but serviceable. Laundry facilities on each floor. Good locker/ski storage area.
Plenty for kids to do.
Not quite "ski in/ski out" but very good overall.
We hear a new boutique hotel is going up. More our taste, but... 1. w/kids?
2. outside the vilage and therefore a car is necessary, detracting from the overall experience.
Le Westin? Do it!
TripAdvisor Reviews Le Westin Resort & Spa Mont Tremblant
Travel Blogs from Mont Tremblant
... a popular attraction in the summer time. They had lots of things set up for the Ironman which is due to happen this weekend so that was nice to see. We carried on up the road to the Mont-Tremblant Provincial Park. The information center was still opened so we went and got a map of the hiking trails and could use the showers which were $1 for 4 minutes. We parked in the car park nearby and called it a ...
... technique where the marshmellows melt the chocolate - Beth called it an art form haha.
We also spotted Beth doing something strange so she had to explain... An old Canadian Superstition - when the smoke from the campfire is coming towards you you repeat over and over "I hate rabbits" and supposedly it changes direction of the smoke.
After spending a few hours by the fire we were ready to de-smoke and recharge for our long day tomorrow!
L & B x
... the drive back to Ottawa. It just so decided to snow like **** on the drive back which converted our normal 2 hour drive to 3 and a half. This stressed Jenny out a little bit as she was having her welcome home party tonight.
We finally arrived in Ottawa at about 9:30 and luckily no one had turned up yet. The party got under way at about 11 and it was a true American Pie style "kegger" Imagine 3 kegs, red cups, ...
... was super super sweet and even between the 5 of us, we didn't finish it. As was tradition, we all made our way back to the hostel and sat by the fire and had some beers. We met a massive group of Canadians and Alex and I beat them in pool no less than 10 times in a row. As a result, they took the huge map on the wall of the hostel and drew a love heart around Perth. Aus- 1, Canada- 0.
... lights on the mountain for 24 hour skiing events so why they don't have night skiing is ridiculous! So anyway 3:30 came around and we had to leave.
We got back to the hostel and the same again. We sat by the fire and had some more beers and watched some hockey. Travelling with 2 chefs is amazing because they cooked amazing dinners and Alex and I did the dishes. Pretty good trade off if you ask me! ...