Homewood Suites by Hilton Mont-Tremblant reviews
1492 TripAdvisor reviews
Daryl K (Huntingdon) on Jan 31, 2023
Lovely property in a fantstic location, great staff and the hot tub is amazing! We stayed for 11 nights from the 18th Jan 23, we had a mezanine room which was incredible, super clean and with an amazing log fire. We were moment from the chair lift and gondola, would highly reccomend.
Terrific stay at Hilton Homewood Suites on a ski vacation
ncmc_10 (New Haven, Connecticut) on Jan 15, 2023
A great place to stay when skiing at Tremblant. The lifts are a minute or two walk from the hotel, and you are surrounded by all the amenities of the ski village. We never had to use our car all week, and it was nice to have indoor parking. The hotel suites are spacious and spotless, complimentary breakfast is varied and tasty, and staff is welcoming and helpful. Our room had a fireplace and overlooked the village and mountain, with a lovely view. Ski lockers are provided for your convenience as well.
Good quality, close to ski slope
Mike C (Toronto, Canada) on Jan 08, 2023
Excellent service and friendly, helpful staff. The morning breakfast was great. The ski lockers were convenient. The location is ideal. The bedding could use an upgrade. Rooms and hotel very well maintained.
Avoid 2nd floor - beware of stairs and inaccessible rooms
Orserio on Jan 08, 2023
I've rented entire villas in Rome and Paris for less than this place charges per night. I guess with ski in/ski out, one pays for the premium location, but I sure was glad I was using my Hilton points and spending any hard cash on the place. First and foremost, BEWARE. You simply could not wheel the luggage or the luggage cart (if you were lucky enough to grab one) to our room on Floor 2. There is an elevator from the garage, a long hallway, and then a mysterious set of steps (just 1 for us, but there is a 2nd set of steps for the rooms further down). You can't wheel anything, especially the cart, down those steps, so you abandon the laden cart in the middle of the hallway and start shuttling back and forth to get your gear. (Ski vacations, sadly, aren't conducive to light packing.) For people with mobility issues, it also appears to be an entirely inaccessible set of rooms, and I did not see any warning to that effect when booking. ROOM: We had a 1-bedroom suite, which had a great layout for a family of 3. A separate living space with a full-sized kitchen, a large dining room table, a bedroom with 2 queen-size beds, and a separate but connected bathroom/toilet (meaning 2 sinks - which was very helpful). The closets, as others describe, have sliding doors, so they are of limited use. But there was a decent amount of storage space in the bathroom and the bedroom. For the 500-900CAD/night, one would expect more than 1 roll of cheapest single-ply toilet paper and, possibly even, facial tissues that are slightly above the sandpaper grade, and one would be sorely disappointed. They're a perfect match for the dated shabby furnishings, non-working lights, and cheap threadbare polyester linens of dubious origin (I'm still convinced my "blanket" was a hospital bed protector in another life, but my partner argues it was a bed skirt from the 1980s). SMELLS: Walls are paper thin, and the ventilation doesn't seem to be adequate. We could hear and smell everything everyone was cooking and doing, and it was very apparent when our neighbors would come back from having a smoke. The neighbors also forgot their keys a lot, and since the sound traveled so well, whenever they would knock on their door, we would repeatedly jump and run to ours. And if your neighbors have small children, you'll only get as much sleep as their parents do. BREAKFAST: First come first serve. The 4 mornings we were there, they would ran out of pretty much everything early on, including dishes and silverware. Officially, breakfast runs until 10, but you're lucky if you can get even a cup of coffee by 8:30. LOCATION: premium. Close to lifts and everything else in the village. There is a small market within walking distance, with very limited selections. For anything more than that, you have to drive 15-30 minutes. VR place nearby was a hit with the kids when we got snowed in, and the lifts weren't working. Garage was a bit confusing initially, but we always found space. With provincial taxes, it came up to about 25 CAD extra/night. Skis/snowboards not allowed in rooms, but there is a good lockable storage system for those in the hotel.
A place to sleep with ski in/ski out
jackiemorris858 on Jan 02, 2023
This is a "no frills" hotel, devoid of charm, in an ideal location, arguably the most well-located hotel on the mountain with easy ski in and ski out access and ground floor ski storage. The hotel is clean, but it is basically a limited service hotel that hasn't been renovated in awhile with small rooms and oversized furniture that doesn't fit in the small rooms. Keep that in mind when you are considering the $850/night price tag (which is what the rates were during holiday week 2022). The "Murphy bed studio" room barely has floor space to open a suitcase, and both beds are foldaway beds, the uncomfortable kind. The closets are all mostly unusable since the design of the doors doesn't allow them to open wide enough to accommodate a suitcase or to give sufficient access. Dragging your luggage through the hotel is backbreaking, since there are stairs throughout the property which the luggage carts cannot navigate. None of this would matter too much except that this is a ski resort, which means lots of families with tons of luggage and gear. And there are no porters to help, since this is not a full service hotel. There are thin sheets and pilly, old blankets on the beds (no comforters, which is hard to believe given the bone chilling temps) and thin towels in the bathrooms. The breakfast room feels a bit like an airport lounge and not the first class kind. All that aside, the service was actually quite nice. The people who work here seem to try very hard and go above and beyond.