There are abundant options for housing in the area. In addition to the listings below, B&Bs are listed at www.bbtremblant.com. For camping options within the national park, visit www.parcsquebec.com.
Of the accommodations listed below, the following are in or just adjacent to the pedestrian village: Ermitage du Lac, Fairmont Tremblant, Homewood Suites by Hilton, and Quintessence. Auberge La Porte Rouge and Hôtel Mont-Tremblant are located in the old village, and the following are a short driving distance from both the pedestrian village and the old village: Château Beauvallon, Le Grand Lodge, and Cap Tremblant Mountain Resort.
Note that many mountain-side hotels are booked 9 months in advance for holidays, such as the week between Christmas and New Year's or for school vacation week. Be prepared for and inquire about strict cancellation policies and 2- to 4-night minimum stays. Likewise, some hotels offer discounts for booking and paying in advance.
Past visitors to the area may recall Gray Rocks, a 102-year-old Mont-Tremblant resort with its own ski mountain and ski school. In 2009, the resort closed all but its two golf courses, La Belle and La Bête (tel. 800/567-6744 or 819/425-2772; www.golflabelleetlabete.com).
Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.