Château Mont-Tremblant is situated in Quebec’s Laurentian Mountains. This site is highly picturesque with views of the majestic peaks and forest of Mont Tremblant as well as the charming European-style village. The village of Mont Tremblant features French-inspired architecture, with pitched rooftops, corrugated shingles, and old-fashioned chimneys. This setting provided stimulus for the design of the hotel, which is inspired by the 19th-century seignury and its grand Provençal-style residences. The chateau was designed to give the impression of a contemporary seigneurial manor, typical of rural Quebec. The hotel’s rustic interior design was inspired by the Quebec legend, Chasse-galerie sur le Mont Tremblant.
The hotel comprises 250 guestrooms, 50 condominiums, 25 meeting rooms, 800 seat convention/ ballroom, as well as a recreational center, including an exercise room, swimming pool and spa. It is the primary hostelry in the massive Station Mont-Tremblant resort project, developed by Intrawest’s Corporation.
More recently, Architecture49 has transformed the ground floor commercial areas to accommodate additional banquet halls and to renovate and expand the hotel’s Windigo Restaurant.