Hotels immerse guests in the comforts of home as effectively as a childhood blanket or a pair of enchanted ruby slippers filled with chicken-noodle soup. Escape to a magical world of luxury with today’s Groupon to Blueberry Lake Resort’s. Choose between the following options:
- For $750, you get a three-night stay in a four bedroom chalet for up to eight people ($1,500 value).
- For $1,400, you get a six-night stay in a four-bedroom chalet for up to eight people ($2,802 value).
Two Groupons can be combined within one visit for additional nights.
Luxury Log Cabins Sheltered by Lush Wilderness
On the lakes and trails surrounding Blueberry Lake Resort's luxury log homes, Mother Nature waits with a new gift—a new activity, a new adventure, a new postcard-perfect view—around every corner. Wondrously, breathtakingly green in the summer and pristinely white after a winter snowfall, the nearly 300 acres of woodland surrounding the resort's timbered architecture plays host to a dizzying array of fresh-air pursuits, from kayaking and hiking to ice skating and cross-country skiing. But within the walls of the resort's 60 posh chalets, sumptuous comforts and leisurely repose make their stand.
Guests access their houses using an automated keypad and individual PIN code. Inside, cathedral ceilings enhance the chalets' sense of spaciousness, and rustic touches such as log-burning stone fireplaces help create a homey atmosphere. In the four-bedroom Papineau chalets, the four bedrooms and three bathrooms spread out over three floors, allowing families and large groups of friends to stay under the same roof without sacrificing privacy. While parents lounge under the stars in the outdoor hot tub (available with most chalets), kids raid the kitchen's refrigerator for snacks or examine the view from the 270-degree balcony.
During the summer, visitors can splash in the resort's outdoor pool, take scenic walks along private hiking trails, or float across the lake waters aboard a kayak or canoe. The children's playground motivates youngsters to set down their quantum-physics textbooks and expend excess energy reserves, and competitive adults perfect overhand serves during tennis and sand-volleyball matches. During the winter, ice skaters glide across a floodlit rink or the frozen surface of Blueberry Lake itself. Regardless of the season, resident massage therapists chase tension away in the lakeside spa, and saunas mollify muscles with penetrating heat. The clubhouse also features a cozy bar, where cocktails enhance romantic evenings amid flickering lanterns on the outdoor terrace.
Labelle and Mont Tremblant, Quebec: Outdoor Adventures Fueled by Lush Forests and Towering Mountains
Thanks to its national parks, rivers, and the craggy expanse of the Laurentian Mountains, the Labelle/Mont Tremblant area augments Blueberry Lake Resort's already ample opportunities for outdoor fun. Warmer months invite fishing trips and excursions to two nearby golf resorts, where drivers and irons set aside their differences and work together in glorious cooperation. Families and friends take to the Red River with kayak and canoe group tours, navigating the river's calm sections so even beginners can enjoy the scenic waterways. To take full advantage of the area's natural beauty without leaving dry land, horse-drawn cabriolets lead travelers through quaint villages toward lifts that rise through the Tremblant slopes. Equestrians of all skill levels also mount their own horses for riding excursions through the valley.
When snow blankets the landscape, the thoughts of downhill skiers far and wide turn to the powdery runs of Mont Tremblant Ski Resort—voted Eastern North America's best ski resort by readers of Ski magazine in 2010. Known as the Crown Jewel of the Laurentians, Mont Tremblant emulates the French Alps with 95 trails ranging from novice runs to expert terrain. After zipping up the mountain using the 14 high-speed quads, gondolas, and other lifts, skiers race down the steep straightaways off the summit and glide over tree-studded slopes. Snowboarders make use of various rails and ramps found along the trails, and inquisitive visitors can come early for a free, daily guided tour beginning in December that reveals hidden rest stops and interesting tidbits about Tremblant's history.
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