Conference Rooms For business clients needing privacy, space, and the convenience of modern technology, Club Tremblant is a solid choice. The club offers 12 sound-proof, air-conditioned meeting rooms, some of which have terraces overlooking one of the most scenic mountain ranges in the area. The main exhibition/ballroom can hold 350 people and can further be divided into three separate rooms. As well, all meeting rooms are in very close proximity to the club’s administration center, and some are just a few steps away from a section of condominiums, for those long candle-burning sessions.
Total meeting space offered is approximately 10 000 sq. feet. The modern design and subtle lighting make these rooms a comfortable choice for the corporate client, as well as a technically sound one, as the rooms support rear screen projection and six-line video conference technology. In all, the main center that houses these rooms is compact and well organized, and navigating your way around is straight forward with clearly marked directions posted everywhere.
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Dining at Club Tremblant is a connoisseur’s delight. Although I cannot lay claim to that title, my palate quickly recognized the culinary excellence, and the two breakfasts and suppers I had were, in a word, scrumptious.
The Kandahar, Duncan, and the Rendez-vous comprise the three dining rooms at Club Tremblant, for a total seating capacity of 280 people, 120, 100, and 60 person capacity, respectively. It’s best to reserve early if there are a lot of people on site as this is one experience you definitely don’t want to miss. With an eight day rotating menu, you can rest assured that you’ll taste something new all the time. Not to be missed are the Thursday and Saturday buffet; in social season Club Tremblant’s seafood specialties are well known throughout the region..
The best part of dining was the atmosphere. Once again the club has strategically placed the rooms so that they overlook the shores of Mont Tremblant and the mountain itself. The panoramic view is stunning at dusk, especially with a halo of light cloud and mist slowly enveloping the mountain top. The setting sun lends itself to all sorts of subtle shades and hues, and the over the relaxed pace of supper (about two hours from entree to dessert) the experience is very intimate and serene.
These are the supper menus we had to choose from during our stay at Club Tremblant: