Was humiliated by staff – not for pregnant women – scandinave spa mont-tremblant, mont tremblant traveller reviews – tripadvisor gas efficient suv 2008

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I am currently 15 weeks pregnant and booked a ski trip with my husband and both of our families before finding put we were expecting. As I decided not to ski for the week, I was so looking forward to a relaxing girls day at this spa (which I have visited before and just loved). I booked appointments for myself and 3 other women in our family. I called ahead of time and was informed that they do in fact offer pre-natal massages and although the baths are not recommended for pregnant women, I would have full access to the relaxation rooms while the other women in our group enjoyed the baths which I was 100% ok with as I loved the relaxation rooms during my previous visits.

After my massage, I proceeded to take take a shower, change into some more comfortable clothes including a sweater because to access the relaxation rooms, you mus walk outside and it was fairly cold during our visit q gastrobar. I sat in… I am currently 15 weeks pregnant and booked a ski trip with my husband and both of our families before finding put we were expecting. As I decided not to ski for the week, I was so looking forward to a relaxing girls day at this spa (which I have visited before and just loved). I booked appointments for myself and 3 other women in our family. I called ahead of time and was informed that they do in fact offer pre-natal massages and although the baths are not recommended for pregnant women, I would have full access to the relaxation rooms while the other women in our group enjoyed the baths which I was 100% ok with as I loved the arkansas gas prices relaxation rooms during my previous visits. I booked a 2 hour massage (so paid close to 300$) plus was told needed to pay an additional fee for a bath robe which I feel is a little ridiculous considering how much money we were all spending here; however, did not comment and got the bathrobe. My massage was fantastic I will say that much. They really made me feel comfortable and relaxed which is not always easy when pregnant. After my massage, I proceeded to take take a shower, change into some more comfortable clothes including a sweater because to access the relaxation rooms, you mus walk outside and it was fairly cold during our visit. I sat in one of the relaxation rooms on one of the daybeds with a book for close to an hour… it was really great although there was another woman in there who was talking on her cellphone (on speakerphone I might had) for about 30 minutes… I am aware that they have strict cell phone rules here gas yojana and was surprised to see 2 staff members walk by this room and even come inside this room and not say anything. After her phone call, she proceeded to watch some videos on her phone for a good 15-20 minutes until her friend arrived at which point they started to talk fairly loudly (again they have strict no talking rules here, but no staff member appeared to care or notice). Now I am well aware that I could have moved to a different room, but the girls are not what ended up ruining my experience – I was actually quite comfortable and was really into my book when out of nowhere, a male staff comes inside the relaxation room and tells me in a very rude tone to put away MY phone as they have a no cell phone policy… I was so confused as I was not using nor had I at any point used my cell phone… he pointed out that he could see my cell phone in my bag beside me (it should be noted that in order to see the inside of my bag from where he was standing, he would have needed to really have been looking for it and close to me, which means that he would have also needed to notice the 2 other girls that were giggling and still on their phones; however, he did not mention anything to these ladies and when I pointed out to him the fact that I had been listening to this women’s phone call for the pas however amount of time, he replied rudely that he did not notice this but that I was somehow a distraction in this scenario. I left the room frustrated and went to put my bag in my locker to avoid any further confusion… I returned to a different relaxation room with my book determined to enjoy the rest of my afternoon, only to be followed by another gas up shawty staff member to be told that I was not allowed to be in this area in clothes and that I needed my bathrobe (which I had left in my locker after the first incident). I explained to this employee that I was pregnant and not using the baths; therefore, had opted to change into more comfortable clothes (as apposed to walking around naked in a bathrobe). She rudely told me that this was their policy although, AT NO POINT was this ever explained to me (upon check in, when I called and made our reservations, after my massage etc…). Also, I had been dressed in the same clothes for hours before the cell phone incident and none of the staff members mentioned anything to me. Needless to say that at this point, I feel like they are all watching me like hawks, and I am obviously no longer relaxing so I proceeded to go and wait for the rest of my party in the lobby. I took the time to describe my experience to one of the managers before leaving, at which point I was so emotional that I felt extremely embarrassed (pregnancy emotions no doubt). She did apologize for my horrible experience offered me gift certificates for my next visit (for the baths – not for a massage)… I cannot use these gift certificates during the rest of my stay as i’m still pregnant, and we live 12 hours away so we have no idea when we will be back… I honestly do not know if I would even consider going back now that I have had time to calm down and think over the whole experience. Although I loved my previous visits, and my massage this time around, I did not feel that they catered to pregnant women’s needs (although pre-natal massages are in their offered services). They could have been much more empathetic to the fact that my experience was going to be different than the typical bathing suit/ bath using customers. All in all I have never been this humiliated and will most likely not be returning. More Show less

Excellent Spa. We finally decided to do something for ourselves without kids. Date night gas after eating salad of sorts. Came to the spa to get some RR. The spa is nice but was surprised to find out that you need to book a massage in advance but that’s OK. I didn’t particularly like the scenario that in order to get to a steam room and the sauna you would need to walk outside and while that would be fine when it’s I don’t know even 0C outside it really doesn’t help when it’s -30C. Sauna and the Steam room are great as are the hot electricity n and l pool and cold pool but one should be aware that robes and towels go missing and apparently so do flip flops and in order to replace it you would have to go all the way back to the entrance or wait for an employee to bring it to you. On top of this it seems that talking of any kind in any place at the spa is forbidden, while I do get it for the Relaxation rooms, which what they are there for but in the Hot pool where noise level will drown out most any conversation or in the sauna when you want to talk to the person or people that came with you it doesn’t make any sense but I guess. Other than these I think it’s a great spa and wonderful to visit.

My boyfriend and I have been here twice now to end our stay at Mont Tremblant. We always book this for our last day so that we can unwind and relax our muscles after skiing for days. It is honestly the most relaxing experience. It is quite pricey, we paid $140.00 for the 2 of us to have bath access. Now that the new side was built, I would say it is definitely worth the money. The hot tubs and infinity pool offer great views. Our favourite was by far the steam rooms that smelled like eucalyptus. There are free hot drinks available around every corner. We would definitely come back again the next time we are in Mont Tremblant. Tips: – bring your own flip flops – bring your own robes (they charge $10 per gastroenterologia o que trata robe if you don’t bring one) – there is supposed to be no talking and the employees walk around quieting any talkers so keep the talking to a minimum – wear a hat! your head is exposed to the cold air. When we went, temperatures were as low as -30 degrees Celsius, so a hat and mitts were helpful – schedule a few hours here to get your money’s worth. The time is unlimited so you can stay for as little/long as you want – keep an eye on your towels and robe when you place them on a hook. My boyfriend’s got taken (by mistake?) and we had to go all the way back to reception in the cold without his robe to get a new one.