Whether you’re heading to Tremblant solo or with a big, extended multigenerational family, there’s lodging suited just for you. We have stayed both in the village in typical hotel-style accommodations as well as just outside of the village within easy walking distance of Tremblant’s many activities.
Staying in the Tremblant Les Eaux townhouses marks the first time we’ve stayed well beyond the village limits.
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Tremblant and the Sunstar property management group graciously hosted us in townhouse No. 205-6. It was perfect for our needs with one king bed in the master bedroom (a must when your partner is 6’6″!) and another bedroom with a double and twin bed in it. Two bathrooms meant we didn’t have to share with the kids nor have them wake us up just to pee at night. There was also a spacious living room with a fireplace along with a well-equipped kitchen. Dishwasher included!
By the time you factor in the pull-out sofa in the living room, this Tremblant Les Eaux townhome could comfortably fit a family with two parents and five kids, or four adults travelling with three kids. That’s a lot of people.
Room-darkening curtains in both bedrooms ensured the kind of darkness we all like for sleepy time.
The beds were comfortable enough and there were lots of pillows — some of which were better than others.
The decor is aging a bit, but it lends itself to a nicely rustic feel, especially when you look out your window and it’s green, green, green.
The WiFi is free and strong.
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.
Even though it’s a bit of a trek, you can definitely walk to the village from Tremblant Les Eaux. It takes 10-20 minutes depending on how slowly your kids saunter. The walk to the village is mostly downhill, so we had to time it well to get the shuttle back lest we’d hear whining all the way home. You get to pass by some beautiful scenery en route, so people who really enjoy walking will love this.
The Beach & Tennis Club isn’t far either and the location of Tremblant Les Eaux is really advantageous if you plan to spend a lot of time here. It’s only a 10-minute walk or a two-minute drive. For summer visits with a lot of beach time, I’d actually prefer to stay here than in the village. If you need to take the shuttle, though, it’s a bit of a pain. First, you have to get the shuttle to the lower village, then pick up a different shuttle to the Club. And the times aren’t necessarily co-ordinated so perfectly that you won’t have a considerable amount of waiting time. So just walk or drive if you can.
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Wild deer! There are wild deer nearby and they may come very close to say hello. Loved this.
You check in at Chateau Beauvallon before setting off for your townhouse, and you’ll want to make certain that your name appears on the form you use to register. I didn’t pay enough attention and it turned out that we were sent to the wrong residence, which we only figured out when the actual guests walked through our front door. After we’d unpacked. Sunstar was extremely apologetic and did their very best to make it right, but the whole mix-up cost us about two hours of our vacation — after a nearly six-hour drive.
We were on the bottom floor of Tremblant Les Eaux’s two-floor townhome, and our upstairs neighbours were VERY, VERY noisy. To the point that when we needed a nap one day before heading out late at night for Tonga Lumina, it was impossible for three of the four of us to get any shut-eye at all with all the talking and stomping above us. There is clearly no soundproofing at all and this is a huge miss. If you decide to stay here, I recommend a top floor.
The shuttle is infrequent enough that we only took it once and opted to drive or walk to the village the rest of our trip. Tremblant Les Eaux (at least our section) is also the last stop on the route, so even though you pass by it first on your way into the area, the shuttle doesn’t stop to let you out until it has circled through seemingly every other residence in a 10-minute radius first. I admit, I’m an impatient person and this annoyed me. Especially when we were the only passengers on the shuttle and the driver knew where we were going.