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Blue Mountain Village, Blue Mountains
(4.2/5 based on 500+ reviews on the web)
Enjoy the great outdoors at Blue Mountain Village, a resort town with year-round events and activities. With hiking trails to explore in the summer and skiing during the winter, the resort features a range of outdoorsy activities to cater to all tastes and abilities. The village itself retains a pristine urban environment of bars, restaurants, and stores, carefully arranged for walkability. Two spas on site offer a range of massages and treatments, as well as indoor and outdoor swimming pools. A visit to Blue Mountain Village represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Blue Mountains itinerary builder to plot your vacation.
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  • View, shopping restaurants and a great atmosphere. I cannot say enough. You do not need to be a skier or outdoors person to enjoy the village.. There is always people watching and strolling through th...  more »
  • So we stayed at the Blue Mountain Inn, which was 5 min walk to the village. The Village is nice and clean and dog friendly. Just can't bring dogs into restaurants which is understandable. We ate at su...  more »
  • Went to the village last year for our anniversary. We stayed 1 night at the Mosaic building. We chose that one because of the outdoor pool and hot tub. Was cold outside, but so nice sitting in the wat...  more »
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  • It's a beautiful place to go. A little expensive though, but what do you expect from tourist spots? The Starbucks is cozy, but they don't even give you a full cup. Go Fish Go was a neat little shop with tons of fun products.
  • You have to come try out the village. Winter or summer there is something for everyone. In terms of cost it really is what you make it. World class restaurants are a touch expensive but the value is most definitely there. Conversly the units have kitchens bring your food and drink with you and save some money while enjoying the amazing atmosphere.
  • Had a great experience here. Got a discount from the cyber sale last year and used it to book a room with a kitchen to save money on food. The blue mountain beach was really nice. Great view of the mountain when you swim/wade out. There is quite a bit to do with your kids here but expect to spend quite a bit of money on the resort.
  • Well if you have been to Whistler before you will probably be disappointed. But if you haven't then this place is pretty amazing... For Ontario standards that is. The restaurants have great food but every thing is extremely over priced. But hey it's a resort town what do you expect.
  • Great outdoor spot for adventure enthusiasts. It's a beautiful place with a lot of different activities going on. There were drums being played in one of the gazebo and the guy was inviting spectators to join in and play some drums. There are shops around that would pretty much satisfy all your needs from clothing to food. The performance area had a concert when I went there, later followed by a hula hoop instructor who was teaching people. Plenty of area for picnics as well. If you want summer activities then try going before September.