(I updated this Tremblant Westin post on Feb. 5, 2024.)
When we were invited to Mont-Tremblant for our first-ever winter weekend getaway at the resort, I had but one stipulation: please, for the love of all things good and holy, please put us in a room with a king-sized bed and a separate area for the kids to sleep.
Enter the Tremblant Westin — formally called Le Westin Resort & Spa, nestled in the heart of Tremblant’s picturesque village. Since that first visit back in 2016, I’ve had the pleasure of staying here two more times: once in 2022 and again in early 2024. It continues to be one of my family’s favourite Mont-Tremblant hotels.
About the Westin Tremblant
The Tremblant Westin underwent a multi-million-dollar renovation a few years ago and is getting ready to open a bold new dining concept from the foodie geniuses known as Oliver & Bonacini. The hotel décor is fresh and modern, but still warm and welcoming. The lobby in particular brings some luxe finishes indoors with a HUGE copper-fronted fireplace that drew all of us to it as soon as we walked through the front door.
Only about a three-minute walk to the “Mont” part of Tremblant, the Tremblant Westin is uniquely located in the centre of all the action. Exit through the lobby-level front doors and you’re mid-village, just steps from the lower village amenities; exit through the third-floor ski locker doors and you’ll find yourself conveniently beside the SAQ (liquor store) and a short walk to a chair lift, the ski valet and gondola.
The Tremblant Westin is close to numerous Mont-Tremblant restaurants, shops and non-ski activities (like pottery and escape rooms).
It’s got a fantastic outdoor heated pool and hot tub, which is partially covered. I wish I had pictures of this but every time we go down to the pool in just our skivvies, either I don’t take a camera or there are people who are trying to enjoy their time and surely don’t want to end up on my blog — so you’ll have to take my word for it. GORGEOUS. Twinkling lights under the night sky with snow drifting down on your shoulders, all while your body is in water so warm you might forget it’s winter. Yes, it’s nice in the daytime, too, and I’m sure it’s pretty in the summer out there, but it is simply magical on snowy winter evenings.
During all three stayes, we have encountered nothing but attentive, friendly and helpful staff from arrival through departure.
Tremblant Westin rooms
I’ve only stayed in the two-bedroom suites at the Tremblant Westin — and I love them for our family. Sure, for a two-bedroom suite, you’re talking about a $650+ price tag per night (but it sure is nice to have that much living space!); however, with rooms starting around the $350 per night mark, there are less expensive options — and those rooms still come with the Westin’s infamous Heavenly Bed. Which is, as the name suggests, absolutely heavenly. Same goes for the pillows, which this pillow snob rates a solid A-.
Check out my Hotel Mont Tremblant guide for all of the best hotels in Mont Tremblant!
One of the biggest advantages of the family suites is having a kitchen and dining room. You can save so.much.money by bringing groceries with you — even if you only eat in your room for one meal per day! The two-bedroom units have everything you need to create a home-away-from-home: fridge, microwave, oven, dishwasher, glassware, plates, cutlery, cooking tools and even a corkscrew.
Many of the Tremblant Westin’s rooms have stunning views, like this one I took way back on a snow-dusted winter morning in 2016 — the year my kids and I learned to ski at Mont-Tremblant:
For more great Mont-Tremblant information to help you plan your own family-friendly or adult-only getaway in any season, here are some of the additional pieces I’ve written over the years: Mont-Tremblant in the summer; Mont-Tremblant summer; Casino Mont-Tremblant; Casino Tremblant; winter activities in Mont-Tremblant; Mont-Tremblant restaurants; Mont-Tremblant chalet rentals; Mont-Tremblant village; and Camp Tremblant.
Tremblant Westin restaurants
This section is going to need one heck of an update once the hotly anticipated Leo restaurant finally opens, but in the meantime…
The Tremblant Westin provides easy access to a decent breakfast option without leaving the comfort of the hotel. It’s main floor restaurant, which has changed names a few times over the years, continues to offer a pretty robust breakfast buffet, with fresh pastries, cereals, bread and bagels as well as an omelette bar.
Looking for other Tremblant lodging? Check out my feature reviews of the Fairmont Tremblant, Holiday Inn Tremblant, Ermitage du lac, Les Manoirs or Tremblant Les Eaux.
DISCLAIMER: Parts of these stays were hosted to facilitate content. All opinions my own.