Hotel stays allow guests to experience the bliss of quiet bedrooms, communal jacuzzis, and all-you-can-eat moisturizing soap. Introduce yourself to a new lifestyle with today's Groupon to Blueberry Lake near Mont-Tremblant, Quebec. Choose between the following options:
- For $745, you get a three-night stay in a four-bedroom Papineau chalet (a $1,350 value, based on an average medium-season rate).
- For $1,350, you get a six-night stay in a four-bedroom Papineau chalet (a $2,700 value, based on an average medium-season rate).
A half hour north of the Mont Tremblant Ski Resort, Blueberry Lake's clubhouse and 60 chalets nestle in nearly 300 acres of lakeside forest. Four-bedroom log Papineau chalets beckon guests into three floors and 2,300 square feet of ceiling-reaching windows and wrought-iron lamps. A full dining room, kitchen, and stone-log-burning fireplace in the living room provide the comforts of home without the hassle of the attic ghost stealing all the coasters. Warm-weather guests peruse pastoral panoramas from 270-degree balconies, lounge on patio furniture, or prep cuisine at the gas barbecue with included herbs and spices. All Papineau chalets also boast a 42-inch plasma-screen TV, bathing living-room walls in Technicolor glow, and a majority contain pool tables, gallantly catching pocketed shots and clumsy players. After a day of sampling the central clubhouse's thermal baths, sauna, and gym, guests appease growling stomachs with a prepared-meal service delivered directly to the den for an additional fee. At night's close, the master bedroom and its smaller pillow partners draw boarders into their 310-thread-count embrace under slanted A-frame-style ceilings. All cabins also feature wireless Internet.
Blueberry Lake's log clubhouse restaurant and bar concoct fare and pours while summertime patrons sweat out normal-life residue at the heated outdoor pool, tennis courts, or beach volleyball courts. Free equipment rental for outdoor activities enables adventurers to cross-country ski, snowshoe, hike, or lead alpaca trains down the resort's network of private trails. Warmer seasons and clement weather may provoke canoeing, kayaking, or water skiing from the resort's private launch on Lac Alphonse.
4801 Chemin St-Cyr
Labelle, Mont-Tremblant, Quebec J0T 1H0