Hit the slopes before ski season ends at Whistler Blackcomb & Mont Tremblant

Residence Inn Mont Tremblant Manoir Labelle

There’s still time to get out skiing one last time this winter, and Whistler Blackcomb and Mont Tremblant are calling.

Canada offers excellent slopes from cost to coast, and Mont Tremblant and Whistler Blackcomb are two of the best, with fantastic hills, and great options for personal and family travel.

Whistler Blackcomb is one of Canada’s top international ski destinations, and they boast an impressive 70-inch snow base and more than 150 open trails. Sitting at the base of the mountain, Delta Hotels Whistler Village Suites offers access to Whistler Blackcomb’s world-class skiing, as well as the numerous attractions in Whistler Village. Beyond skiing, and shopping or eating in the village, the resort suites offer fireplaces, and several hot tubs throughout the property.

Mont-Tremblant is one of Québec’s best skiing destinations, and Residence Inn Mont Tremblant Manoir Labelle is at the heart of the Tremblant Pedestrian Village, which is filled with shopping and dining options for you and your family. At the hotel, you can enjoy a free breakfast buffet featuring healthy options, and the suites are apartment-style. Mont Tremblant Manoir Labelle also features outdoor hot tubs and an outdoor fire pit.

Current conditions at Whistler Blackcomb are great, with 306cm of hard-packed snow at the base, and 154 trails open with 25 lifts. At Mont Tremblant, 95 trails are open with 13 lifts, and 60cm of powder.

If you’re looking for a ski adventure outside Canada, Marriott Hotels have five top destinations in the United States.

The Ritz-Carlton, Lake Tahoe in Northstar California has packed powder, over 40 open trails and 17 lifts ready to ride. The Ritz-Carlton, Lake Tahoe is set mid-mountain and offers countless winter activities and ski-in/ski-out access. New this year, The Après Adventurist at the resort will light the in-suite fireplace, prepare snacks and warm beverages, such as hot chocolate for the kids and hot toddies for the adults. A
Ski Valet and Mountain Concierge service is available for every hotel guest.

Hotel Talisa in Vail, Colorado had over 49 inches of snow this season and over 80 trails are open for winter adventure lovers. Hotel Talisa, Vail recently completed a transformation and this luxurious new ski-in/ski-out resort offers sleek sophistication. Located at the base of Vail Mountain, Hotel Talisa is a destination for authentic mountain hospitality. Leave the car behind as the resort provides complimentary shuttle service to both Lionshead Village and Vail Village throughout the year.

St. Regis Aspen in Aspen Snowmass, Colorado has 83 percent of the beginner terrain open for those just learning. Stay at The St. Regis Aspen Resort and ski until early April. Nestled at the base of Aspen mountain, the hotel recently completed a renovation to the lobby bar and debuted a new restaurant for this ski season. Retreat to sophisticated mountain luxury rooms, suites and residences, each of which is inspired by classic mountain sunsets.

Hotel Park City, an Autograph Collection in Park City, Utah has over 1,300 acres open with 66 trails ready to ski in the Beehive State. Hotel Park City, an Autograph Collection Hotel is an “all suite” hotel in the mountains of northern Utah, located alongside the ski slopes in Park City. Couples will enjoy more space since each of the 99 suites features a cozy fireplace, king-size bed, jetted tub and a private balcony with gorgeous views of the mountains.

Fairfield Inn & Suites Waterbury Stowe in Stowe Vermont has had over 125 inches of snow this season and has 111 trails open. Located in Vermont’s Green Mountains, Fairfield Inn & Suites Waterbury Stowe is ideally positioned within 30 minutes of incredible skiing options including Stowe which is now part of Epic Pass. Relax after a day outside in rooms including deluxe kings and luxurious fireplace suites. Beyond the hotel, the area is known for world-class farm-to-table cuisine and numerous craft breweries.

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