Le Bondurant

Chemin Principal, Pedestrian Village, Mont Tremblant

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Looking a place that combines the comforts of home with relaxation and convenience? Then book one of the spacious condos at Le Bondurant. With direct access to the slopes, the condos are perfect for skiing families who like to just get up and go…and then return to relax in a steaming hot tub. There are various condo sizes, with enough bedrooms to accommodate almost any family. Note, however, that Wi-Fi access is restricted to two devices per unit per day.

Stock up on ingredients at a local grocery store so you can whip up some other meals in your condo’s fully equipped kitchen. Alternately, visit one of the numerous restaurants scattered around the village.

Our Editor Loves

  • Spacious condos
  • Access to ski slopes
  • Fully equipped kitchens

Family Interests

  • Skiing

Family Amenities

  • Family Room 5+
  • Kitchenettes
  • Refrigerator


Sleepless nights

by Anna S

We stayed in unit 95-2 from for a weekend with two other couples. The location of the unit was perfect and the unit itself was great. However … please head our warning... this particular unit, every bedroom, is facing two bar/clubs in the pedestrian village. These bars were only 50 feet away from the rooms. They operate with their pounding music until 3:00 am. To make matters worse Le Petite Caribou's patio at the back of the bar was outside our windows as well. Not only can you not sleep from the pounding bass music but the loud vulgar language and yelling coming from the 18+ dunks until the bar closes also contributed to no sleep. There should be a disclaimer on this particular unit that states it is located in close to the bar and also they should offer this unit at a reduced rate. For what you pay to not be able to sleep is no excuse.
The other issue we had was the hot tub. There was nothing on the sign stating hours of operation. We called and were told that it closed at 11:00 pm. We went out to the hot tub at 9:50 pm and within 10 minutes they maintenance guy informed us we had 5 minutes and had to be out. Later we were informed that the hot tub can close between 10:30 and 11:00 depending on his rounds. This was very disappointing and it seemed that he just wanted us out so that he could get home.. he was extremely unfriendly.

For what you pay … renter BEWARE!!! spending approximately $2,000, not sleeping and ironically enough reading the rules of the complex stating that you can be fined per night if YOU the renter is loud?!?!?!

We will be warning all our friends to NOT book 95-2 at Le Bondurant!!!!

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by 1981HanMav

My family and I stayed here for a family getaway for a week. We originally booked in a condo down from the pedestrian village. Upon check in we quickly found out there wasn’t any air conditioning in our unit. A gentleman from maintenance overheard our frustration as it was 40 degrees Celsius outside and understood our need for air. He called his boss and they were able to move us to pedestrian village the following day. We were extremely thankful for their help.

Our first thoughts of Tremblant, staff at most shops, hotels and/or restaurants have very poor customer service skills. There is very little care for anything or anyone around them. Beware of the Tremblant sales tax (combination of all taxes equals 18%) we did not purchase anything in the village as we could buy for much, much less in the city. To families travelling and staying at Mont Tremblant, please try to stop at the nearest Costco or grocery store (outside of the tremblant area) to purchase all necessities for your stay. Everything is three times the price in Tremblant.

If you are staying in the pedestrian village, beware of the loud noise and music at night. There are several night clubs/pubs that pump music till 3 am. We stayed at Bondurant condos and it was awful. The music kept us awake every night for our entire stay. Better to stay a short walk away from the pedestrian village. Our one week stay cost us $3,500 and if I had known I was going home just as exhausted as when I arrived I would of stayed home and saved my money for a true holiday in the Caribbean.