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Le Sommet des Neiges 3.0

Mont-Tremblant, Quebec, Canada

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  • Convenient location inside the pedestrian village near attractions and skiing
  • Spacious, nicely decorated units with full kitchens and washer/dryer combos
  • Small outdoor pool with whirlpool
  • Fitness center with cardio- and weight-training equipment, and sauna
  • Lots of places to relax in the spacious lobby, including library
  • Dedicated entertainment areas for small children and teens
  • Free Wi-Fi, with restrictions


  • No on-site restaurant
  • Wi-Fi limited to two devices per unit, and bandwidth restrictions may apply
  • Pool is small for a resort
  • Fee for parking

Bottom Line

The 113-room, three-pearl Le Sommet des Neiges is a lovely all-suite complex in the Mont-Tremblant Pedestrian Village, within walking distance to all the mountainside ski village has to offer. Suites feature fully equipped kitchens, washers/dryers, and other home conveniences. While spacious enough and tastefully decorated and furnished, the suites aren’t luxurious or large. Le Sommet des Neiges is a solid, family-friendly choice in any season, but there's no on-site restaurant, and the pool is small for a resort. While priced competitively, there are other village resorts for travelers to consider, like the Homewood Suites Mont-Tremblant, which has similar features.

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A scenic and stately condo resort with an expansive lobby

The stately stone entrance of this scenic mountainside resort has been built to impress. The lobby exudes understated elegance, with a dark cherry wood-colored front desk, ceiling beams, wall panels, and furniture. Beige tile at the entrance gives way to a richly colored red, gold, and silver patterned carpet. Clusters of upholstered chairs and couches of similar color patterns sit atop Asian-style rugs throughout the expansive lobby, including a cluster near a circular stone gas fire pit. Nearby is an elegant library with comfortable couches, wooden bookcases, and a gas fireplace. A flat-screen TV is mounted above the wood mantel for game-time viewing. The various cozy nooks throughout the lobby invite guests to relax. A children’s playroom just off the lobby conveys this is a family-friendly resort. An outdoor patio with seating and gas grills buzzes with activity at mealtimes. It overlooks the lovely, bustling resort village. 


Inside Mont-Tremblant Pedestrian Village at the mountain's base, close to restaurants and shops

Le Sommet des Neiges is located inside the Mont-Tremblant Pedestrian Village, in the upper portion of the village at the base of the mountain, steps away from the gondola that ascends it. Its location makes all the village’s attractions, including restaurants, bars, shops, and other resorts, within a few minutes' walking distance. In-and-out skiing is possible from the condo complex. A free shuttle that runs every 30 minutes takes guests to the new Casino de Mont-Tremblant in 10 to 15 minutes. Mont-Tremblant International Airport in La Macaza is about a 45-minute drive, and Montreal's Trudeau International Airport is about a 90-minute drive from the resort.


Ample space and nicely decorated but not luxurious

The 113 condo-style rooms come with all the comforts of home in one-, two-, and three-bedroom configurations. All are spacious but not overly large. Every option has the same smallish kitchen with blue-tile flooring, granite sink tops, full refrigerators, and ovens/stoves, dishwashers, and an array of cooking pots and utensils. Stacked washers/dryers are tucked into adjacent spaces. All condos have the same basic decor -- dark-brown-and-beige patterned carpets and drapes, cherry-colored wood furniture and doors, and tan walls. The rich-looking but rather dark decor is brightened by lots of natural light from the windows. All rooms have French doors that lead to small balconies with seating and views of the mountain or village, though some guests report disappointment over partially blocked views. Bathrooms are richly decorated with dark granite and cherrywood vanities, and framed wall mirrors, patterned tile floors, and tan-patterned wallpaper. Some have separate tubs and glass-enclosed showers. Others have simple shower/tub combos with curtains. Two- and three-bedroom condos have two full bathrooms. All bedrooms have armoires, chairs in the corner, and nightstands on either side of the king or queen beds. Some have two queen beds. One-bedroom units have combined living and dining areas with small round dining tables and chairs, as well as couches and chairs facing gas fireplaces and entertainment centers with flat-screens. Two bedrooms have a separate living and dining area, with the living area a bit larger. Three bedrooms have a larger rectangular dining table with more chairs. All rooms come with free Wi-Fi, limited to two devices per unit (restrictions on bandwidth may apply).


Concierge, outdoor pool and whirlpool, ski lockers, fitness center with sauna, children’s play areas

The gondola adjacent to the resort takes guests to the top of the mountain for a fee, but many room packages include free gondola passes. A free shuttle takes guests to the new Casino de Mont-Tremblant, and underground parking is available for a fee. There's no restaurant on-site, but all condos have full kitchens, and the outdoor patio area offers two gas grills. A small outdoor pool is open during the summer months, and the adjacent whirlpool is open all year. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the complex. The concierge staff can arrange babysitting services, and there's a child’s playroom with toys. A separate entertainment room geared toward teens has a pool table and other table games, and the lobby has a lovely library. The fitness center has various cardio and weight machines and free weights, as well as a dry sauna and an adjacent ski locker room. The village complex offers ski lessons and equipment rental and an array of other activities, including a lakeside tennis and beach club for a fee, but some resort packages include passes. Meeting space is also on-site.

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