Westin Trillium House - Blue Mountain

Blue Mountain, Rural Ontario

The hotel

A curving hot tub in rugged natural landscaping. An al fresco patio with stone fire pit and village views. A lagoon pool slinking across the grounds and open all year round. An upmarket eatery overlooking the two acre pond and Blue Mountain Village. Westin Trillium House connects you with the outside world at every opportunity. And the world virtually on its doorstep includes popular ski slopes, ice-skating when Blue Mountain Mill Pond freezes over, summer beaches, the postcard-pretty village, tantalisingly lazy spas, and Plunge! Aquatic Centre, with its pools, hot tubs, slides and rope swings. Younger guests get the Westin Kids Club®, while older ones get RunWESTIN® trails, a 24-hour fitness club, and in-room spa treatments — but everyone can enjoy the fresh local ingredients behind Oliver & Bonacini Café Grill’s classic North American dining experiences.

Amenities

  • Spa
  • Swimming Pool
  • Hot tub
  • Kids Club
  • Babysitting service
  • Room Service
  • Valet parking
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Fitness Centre/Gym
  • Laundry Service
  • Internet Access
  • Restaurant

Where is it

Located in the heart of Blue Mountain Village, nestled between the shores of Georgian Bay and heights of the Niagara Escarpment. Transfer time from Toronto Airport: 1 hour 45 minutes.

Hotel information

226 rooms and suites. All with air conditioning, flat-screen TV, telephone, in-room safe, WiFi access*, in-room coffee and tea maker, Westin Heavenly® Bed, sitting area, pull-out sofa, dining area, fireplace, kitchenette with mini-fridge, microwave, toaster, sink and dishware and either a French or Full Balcony. Deluxe Guest Room with 1 queen-size bed and 1 double sofa bed, sleeping maximum 4 adults or 2 adults and 2 children.

One-Bedroom Suites are larger in size and in addition to the Deluxe Guest Rooms, they include a separate bedroom, dining table for four people, a stove top, dishwasher and fridge as White Tea bath amenities, with 1 queen-size bed and 1 queen-size sofa bed, sleeping maximum 4 adults or 2 adults and 2 children.

One-Bedroom Den Suites feature a kitchenette with stove, microwave, dishwasher and mini-fridge, a sitting area with fireplace and one full bathroom, with the inclusion of a separate den with pull out sofa and television and 1 queen-size bed and 2 sofa beds, sleeping maximum 6 adults or 4 adults and 2 children or 2 adults and 4 children.

Oliver and Bonacini Café Grill (Kids' menu available, open for breakfast, lunch and dinner). Room service*. Outdoor pool and hot tub. 24-hour WestinWORKOUT® Fitness Studio and year-round hot tub and dry sauna. Le Scandinave Spa* offering spa treatments and Scandinavian bath experiences. Westin Kids' Club*. Plunge! Aquatic Centre* with indoor and outdoor pools, hot tubs, rope swings, water slides and comfortable Muskoka dock chairs (located adjacent to The Westin Trillium House at the base of the Blue Mountain Ski Resort). Babysitting service* (advance booking required). Laundry and dry cleaning service*. 24-hour Business centre. New Balance® workout gear hire*. Complimentary WiFi access in the lobby. Self-parking is available for CA$15 per night, valet for CA$20 per night (payable locally, subject to change). Complimentary above-ground parking is available in the Village at Blue Mountain, about a 7-minute walk from the hotel.

*Denotes local charge.

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Image of the Tripadvisor rating Family vacation with grandparents!

Aug 18, 2019 msandico Brampton, Canada

Pros - we got a 2-bdrm unit facing the mountain and overlooking the pool; easy for those staying in the room to see us swimming - pool was pretty good, 2 hot tubs available - lobby was nice - room was nice and spacious for our family of 4 and 2 grandparents (get a room by the elevator so less walking) - play all day pass 100% worth it Cons - our… Read more
Pros - we got a 2-bdrm unit facing the mountain and overlooking the pool; easy for those staying in the room to see us swimming - pool was pretty good, 2 hot tubs available - lobby was nice - room was nice and spacious for our family of 4 and 2 grandparents (get a room by the elevator so less walking) - play all day pass 100% worth it Cons - our fridge wasn’t working the first night so they had to bring a small fridge at night; the next day they replaced the fridge completely; yes problem was fixed but nothing ‘complimentary’ to account for our first night woes.. - about a 2-3 minute walk to the village so for older people it’s just a few extra steps; can be seen as both a pro and con since we didn’t hear any noise at night happening across the pond - lobby bar closed too early on a Friday night -room was quite pricey for 2 nights (Thurs and Fri) Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Perfect Resort for Familes w/ Children

Aug 17, 2019 Bkaymc NC

Hsb and I had the pleasure of visiting the Blue Mtns of Canada and fortunate enough to have booked The Westin Trillium House. We were there during the 'Elvis Festival' in Collingwood; accommodations were so nice and perfectly located, we extended our stay for a 5th night. There is underground parking, which is really tight, but even big SUVs were… Read more
Hsb and I had the pleasure of visiting the Blue Mtns of Canada and fortunate enough to have booked The Westin Trillium House. We were there during the 'Elvis Festival' in Collingwood; accommodations were so nice and perfectly located, we extended our stay for a 5th night. There is underground parking, which is really tight, but even big SUVs were okay. The property is BEAUTIFUL, and It's only about a 3 min walk to the village. There's a very adequate pond in the back of the property for paddle-boating. Plus, there's a large play area for little children. There are 2 swimming pools and a jacuzzi outdoors and an indoor exercise area. There's a beautiful bar adjacent to the check-in area.... The room was large enough and the bed was comfortable; our room had 1 queen bed and a large sofa. The tv signal was not very stable, but, then, again, we weren't there for the tv. Everyone was very courteous, but I'd like to specifically point out Brian in valet. We self-parked, but Brian is the one, who gave exceptional service with directions for us driving back to Detroit. Our GPS took us the Lewis & Clark route....haha. There was one small hiccup in our stay, but when it was brought to the attention of Alex Myers-Thomson, mgr on duty, she was quick to respond and remedy the situation, and that’s what counts. She was a gem and is clearly an asset to the company. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating A Great Hotel for Families

Aug 17, 2019 denisecY2879UF Webster, New York

This was our second stay at the Westin Trillium, and once again we had a wonderful time. Our son encouraged us to stay here three years ago, rather than rent a house our of the village. I was glad we did. We were able to park our car, and forget about it. There is a great boardwalk (complete with great opportunities for frogging, so be sure to… Read more
This was our second stay at the Westin Trillium, and once again we had a wonderful time. Our son encouraged us to stay here three years ago, rather than rent a house our of the village. I was glad we did. We were able to park our car, and forget about it. There is a great boardwalk (complete with great opportunities for frogging, so be sure to have the kids bring nets) to Blue Mountain Village, which has car-free paver streets, and lots of activities for families. We read reviews here that were complaining about the hotel, and I just don't agree! It's extremely family friendly, and very clean, thanks to the excellent, friendly, and accommodating staff. Could things be updated? Sure. But young families feel very comfortable in the accommodations as they are! Price increases would be sure to accompany those changes, and the hotel would be less affordable. I say keep things clean, fix them as needed, and keep this great vacation spot a perfect family getaway! Read less
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Aug 15, 2019 68norac Stouffville

Upon check in- we were given the first available room which is great- but it did not have a balcony. This needed to be communicated during check in. We were very disappointed. We opened the sofa bed to sleep in that night and the sheets on the bed were dirty. Disgusting! The parking was way too expensive considering all of the free parking in… Read more
Upon check in- we were given the first available room which is great- but it did not have a balcony. This needed to be communicated during check in. We were very disappointed. We opened the sofa bed to sleep in that night and the sheets on the bed were dirty. Disgusting! The parking was way too expensive considering all of the free parking in the village. We ended up parking in the free overnight parking lot which was fine. But then we were asked by the bell desk why we did not park at the hotel when they saw us walking back from the free parking lot. It's not rocket science! It's too expensive! When we checked out we requested a luggage cart. We never got one. Guests should not be allowed to hoard them in their rooms, which is what we were told. We ended up carrying all of our bags down. We went to the pool everyday at various times during the day. Each time we went the lifeguards were on their phones. Why is this allowed???? How can they save a life if they are looking down? When they were not on their phone, they were socializing with the second lifeguard that was there- which again means that they were not paying attention. What a waste of money to have two lifeguards sitting there not doing their job. More importantly, this is NOT safe for guests! Lifeguards should NOT be allowed to use their phones on duty. It defeats the purpose of their role. And lastly, this is a large hotel chain. We were SHOCKED that wifi was NOT free in the rooms. The fact that you would charge guests for a basic necessity is RIDICULOUS. It is 2019....get with the times! Blue Mountain itself and the village is so nice for families. We purchased the wristband (Play all day) in the morning and were able to use it for two entire days (until 9 pm the next day). This allowed us to go on the mountain coaster 5 times, mini putting, rock climbing, the gondola, plunge aquatic centre, etc. as many times as we wanted. It is a great deal and would highly recommend anyone getting the wristband if you plan on doing all of the village activities (which are expensive on their own). Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Nice stay

Aug 14, 2019 Farid G Mississauga, Canada

We just got back from a 2 nights stay at the Westin Trillium House in the village of blue Mountain in Ontario by Georgian Bay. The hotel stay was amazing. We had the suite with a balcony overlooking the pond, swimming pool and the entire village. Staff were very professional and always wanting to help. Flavio at the front desk made the check-in… Read more
We just got back from a 2 nights stay at the Westin Trillium House in the village of blue Mountain in Ontario by Georgian Bay. The hotel stay was amazing. We had the suite with a balcony overlooking the pond, swimming pool and the entire village. Staff were very professional and always wanting to help. Flavio at the front desk made the check-in proc as easy. Also Greg Timmins was very helpful. Who turned out to be from Mississauga (former teacher). Very pleasant to deal with. All in all amazing stay. Read less