A: Long before the arrival of the white man, the ancient Algonquin indigenous tribe named the imposing Mont Tremblant peak Manitonga Soutana, “the mountain of the spirits”.
A: Indeed, we can do that. We already have booked part of the hostel for birthday occasions, sport groups stays and we even booked half of the hostel for the entire winter season 2018-2019 for a ski school. Just call us for further information at +1 (819) 425 6008 or send us a message to email@example.com
A: There is so much to do in Mont-Tremblant during throughout the year, from sports events such as the Ironman Triathlon to the International Blues Festival of Tremblant, and much more! You can check all the upcoming event for this year here
A: Yes, we have a bar-on site ant Manitonga Hostel & Bar. We sell a wide variety of beers, red and white wine, rum, gin, vodka and also Jaegermeister and Redbull. The bar is open from 09:00 am to 23:00 pm.
A: Sadly, we cannot accept this. It is forbidden by the Law of Quebec and fines to the guests can go as high as 2.000 Canadian dollars. Luckily we have a bar-on site on the main floor with the best prices in town. You can enjoy your drink while playing billiards, playing guitar or playing poker!
A: At this moment we have no breakfast included. We are working to get our Food Permit. However, we are going to install some vending machines with snacks and beverages.
A: Yes, we do. We are also working hard to get our Liquor Permit. In the meantime, you can enjoy some non-alcoholic drinks while playing table football or billiards, or watching a sports game on our big TV screen while sitting by the fireplace.
A: Yes, we have high-speed wireless Internet throughout the entire property. If you need the password, please contact a staff member.
A: Although we love our furry little friends, we sadly do not allow dogs, cats, sloths, bears, or any other pets to spend the night. It is simply too difficult to keep the rooms to our standard of cleanliness while allowing them to stay.
A: All of the rooms at Manitonga Hostel have shared bathrooms. We have bathrooms on the first and second floors.
A: Check-in time is at 15:00 pm. If you’re arriving early, we will gladly hold onto your bags for you until your room is ready.
A: Check-out is at 11:00 am daily. We do not allow for late check-out. However, if you plan on going out for the day, we can arrange to hold your bags. And yes, you are always welcome to use the shared spaces at Manitonga Hostel past your check-out time.
A: Yes, we accept walk-ins until 23:00 pm.
A: Yes! You can park your car in our private parking lot just out front of Manitonga Hostel.
A: Mont-Tremblant public transit (TCMT) is a small-scale public transit system that services the resort town of Mont-Tremblant. Service depends on the season and the routes and frequency of service will vary accordingly. For more information you can click here. You can also download this app so you can plan your trip. Our bus stop number is 69 and is called “Du Village & Jasmin”. It is located just in front of Manitonga Hostel. You can check the bus schedule here
A: If you are coming from Montreal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport, you can take a UBER, a taxi or the 747 bus from there to the Montreal Bus Terminal located at 1717 Berri Street, Montréal, QC H2L 4E9 . There, you can buy a bus ticket from GALLAND BUS COMPANY or you can do it online by clicking here . The bus will arrive to destination located at the Station-service Shell 231, rue de Saint-Jovite. From there, cross the street and take the bus at the bus stop number 31 “De Saint-Jovite – Shell” and get off at the bus stop number 69 “Du Village & Jasmin”. Just in front of you, you will find MANITONGA HOSTEL.