This luxurious and peaceful condo is located in the heart of the world-class Intrawest resort at Mont-Tremblant in Quebec, Canada. Enjoy this uniquely executive penthouse in a larger apartment (1,800 square feet). It is one of the best places to meet and dine with friends and business partners.
You can feel you are in the heart of the action, yet you are in a haven of tranquility. With large windows and three balconies, this superbly decorated penthouse offers spectacular views of the pedestrian village, and the mountain.
The penthouse offers two private entrances, a spacious living room with fireplace, a dining room with a cathedral ceiling, a gourmet kitchen, and two indoor parking spots next to the elevator. There are three bedrooms, three bathrooms. One bedroom is very spacious with Tempur mattress and pillows, and features a private entrance, a cathedral ceiling, a balcony, HDTV with home cinema, fireplace, and a large bathroom with a jacuzzi and shower.
The two other large bedrooms come with their own bathroom.
Amenities include central air-conditioning.
Tremblant ski resort, with its European/Old Quebec City style, is a world-class four-season paradise for outdoor pursuits. It is excellent for those who want to combine rest, sports, and business.
A step away from the apartment, you'll have access to meeting rooms as well as a variety of activities including shopping, restaurants, boutiques, skiing, an aquaclub, the beach, tennis, and trails for cross-country skiing and biking/rollerblading.
In the summer there is a variety of entertainment for groups and families including the Blues Festival, street animators, concerts, sporting events, and a classical music fest. A Scandinavian spa and golfing at four world-class courses are all within ten minutes by car.
Tremblant resort is situated in the largest provincial park of Quebec -- a great place to go canoeing, hiking, and climbing in summer.
And a great place for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing in the winter.
Mont-Tremblant is a two-hour drive from Ottawa, and a one-and-a-half-hour drive from Montreal.