With several businesses starting up at Tremblant this winter, and some hotels and boutiques have refreshed their offer or switched locations, the village experience promises to enhance skiers, riders and guests experience. Here is an overview of new addresses to be discovered upon your next visit:


  • Rudsak – Indoor and outdoor footwear and apparel collections, trendy and elegant bags and accessories featuring only top quality luxury leathers, furs and textiles. Former Galerie Soutana location.
  • Beignes d’Antan – Potato doughnuts prepared according to a traditional recipe inspired by much-loved classics long savoured by Québec families, plus local products and baked goods. Former Smoke’s Poutinerie location.
  • Pop Therapy is now Pop & Co – To their fresh popcorn offer, they’ve added a selection of cookie doughs, a hot chocolate bar, treats and sweets, cotton candy and more! Same location.
  • Viva Thé – Bubble teas, tea-based beverages, Oriental snacks, desserts, origami sets, reusable cups and straws. Former David’s Tea location.
  • Magasin de la Place – Now occupying three distinct locations. Clothing lines are at the former Lolë boutique; gear, accessories and ski boot fittings are on either side of the Hilton Tremblant entrance.
  • Lolë Tremblant – Now sharing commercial space with Salomon, this boutique and its unique concept proposes sportswear, yoga wear and accessories for active people.
  • Engel & Völkers Tremblant – After hanging their shingle on Rue des Remparts, the agency has property listings for every purpose and budget, from mountainside and Resort village condos to commercial real estate.


  • Chocolato / Loo Koo – Collection of artisan gelati, homemade desserts, Greek doughnuts and ice creams along with 20 different dipping sauces and garnishes, both sweet and salty. Former Maison de la crêpe location.
  • Cheesus (opening in February) – Classic and refusioned versions of the ever-popular grilled cheese, along with soups that evolve with the seasons. At the former Samurai Pub location.
  • El Santo Perdido (opening in March) – Selection of tacos with distinctive Mexican flavours as well as a variety of mezcal-based drinks. At the former St-Hubert location.


  • Ermitage du Lac – Lodging units and common areas reveal a chic new contemporary look, after undergoing major renovations.


Discover more about shopping at the Resort by visiting tremblant.ca/things-to-do/.