Luxury Family Travel: The Westin Trillium House at Blue Mountain #BiggerBlue

Luxury Makes The Difference

I have noticed that with age, I seem to like the finer things in life. A comfy bed, quality sheets are a few things I indulge in at home but are also important to me when traveling with my family. Having a comfortable, clean spacious room to rest our heads after a long day of family travelling is important to us. Of equal importance is having two bedrooms, so when the kids are sleeping mama and daddy can still enjoy a romantic evening on our travels.

The Westin Trillium House Blue Mountain Family Travel canada

The Westin Trillium House Blue Mountain

On our recent summer vacation to Blue Mountain we built memories taking in some complimentary entertainment in the Villiage of Blue Mountain. Between the Mountaintop Segway tour and Ridge Runner Mountain Coaster the summer attractions kept us pushing our fun meter to 100.

Our days started in comfort once we woke at The Westin Trillium House in Blue Mountain. We stayed in a two-bedroom suite which had more than enough room for our family of six to rest our heads. Our accommodations included a full kitchen, two bathrooms, fireplace, balcony, two queen sizes beds in their own rooms, a pull-out couch and dinning room table.

The Westin Trillium House Blue Mountain Family Travel Canada

After a quick scan when we first arrived, I was overly impressed. You see, The Westin Trillium House at Blue Mountain didn’t miss the finer details. After renovating two houses in the last 14 years I notice when I walk into a hotel and they throw paint on the wall to cover something or add fancy furniture to a room to hide a flaw. Not at The Westin Trillium House, our room was flawless and boosted quality luxury in every corner.

” I would recommend a family looking for spacious quality luxury accommodations to stay at The Westin Trillium House at Blue Mountain. Having endless of family entertainment included within a short walk and summer/ fall attractions to suit everyone’s wishes, all at your front door steps. Make family travel easy. When family travel is easy, it happens a little more often.” 

Luxury Family Travel: The Westin Trillium House at Blue Mountain #BiggerBlue

No trip to Blue Mountain would be complete without taking a picture or two on the huge muskoka chair that sits outside The Westin Trillium House in the heart of Blue Mountain Village.

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Thank you for reading In R Dream!

(Thank you to Blue Mountain for the opportunity to explore deep within your walls. Although I received perks as Blue Mountain Family Ambassadors as always the opinions here are my own. )

Comments

  1. looks amazing

  2. Maria McLachlan says:

    Like to take the kids there maybe next year.

  3. looks like a great place to stay

  4. we have only been there to ski in winter, might have to check it out for summer too

  5. Victoria Ess says:

    What a great place to stay! We usually stay in chalets when we go to the blue because we find them cheaper than hotel rooms.

  6. Man… I just love the places that you go. They always seem like so much fun. Your kids are so fun. Love the pictures. I have recently discovered Blue Mountain. Went there this summer for the first time. Its lovely, I’d love to go back, we were just there for the day.

  7. Every stay I have at the Westin has been spectacular. I stayed with them in Whistler and it was amazing. I see that it’s not different at Blue Mountain. What a stunning room (and resort). I agree with you, I enjoy quality – the finer things.

  8. I have heard a lot of good things about Blue Mountain resorts and you just confirmed with this post. It looks like such a great, family friendly place. I’m like you and notice the little things in rooms that can actually make a big difference in your stay. I love the huge blue chairs! Cute! Thanks for sharing your thoughts!

  9. Looks like a great place to stay, We used to try and always stay cheap but have learned over time that it is better to pay a little bit more, makes the time away nicer 🙂

  10. I’ve always loved a little extra comfort and luxury, but that is the Taurus in me. 😉 I LOVE two bedroom suites when we travel, it makes things so much easier and these rooms look so spacious and clean!

  11. Love the two bedroom suites, it makes travelling with big families so much easier!

  12. Anne Taylor says:

    When we travel up island with our grandkids we always look for a place with a great location; preferably a cabin right on the beach so we don’t have to lug tons of beach stuff around. We also like places that have lots of kid friendly activities, like a trampoline or a pool etc.

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