The one amenity that separates Mont-Tremblant from all other Eastern resorts is the pedestrian village at the base of the mountain. Over a dozen hotels and condo properties are scattered throughout the village, which is no more than a half-mile in length, making it just a five-minute walk from one end to the other. Those preferring not to walk the gentle upslope can hop a free ride on the Cabriolet, a small lift that takes guests directly over the village for an amazing view. The foremost benefit of staying in the village is that a vehicle is not necessary to do virtually any activity. Furthermore, there are numerous restaurants and evening hang-outs just outside your hotel's front door. Here’s a look at some of the best spots to enjoy a cool summer evening and a great meal or beverage:
Located near the top of the village in the Plaza Saint-Bernard, Le Shack offers casual family dining and sports bar atmosphere in the evening with two big screen TVs. An outdoor patio is a great pot to enjoy the night sky.
Adjacent to the Country Inn and Suites, Casey’s offers all the traditional family favorites: ribs, steaks, fajitas, chicken. Of course, a large terrace and a lively bar add to the fantastic atmosphere.
Spag & Co:
This romantic nightspot is tucked away near La Tour des Voyageurs at the base of the village, and offers authentic Italian cuisine, and the largest selection of fine wines in the village.
Lounge du Westin:
A modern lounge bar in the lobby of the village’s most upscale property: The Westin. It offers a low-key, relaxed atmosphere. A great selection of wines by the glass and contemporary cocktails are featured, and a small menu of tasty delicacies is offered for guests looking for an upscale alternative.