Blue Mountain Meetings
INSPIRING EVENTS AT THE WESTIN TRILLIUM HOUSE, BLUE MOUNTAIN
Just two hours northwest of Toronto, The Westin Trillium House, Blue Mountain is a relaxing retreat in a breathtaking setting. Located next to both the Georgian Bay and the majestic Niagara Escarpment, we offer an optimal haven during any season. An unmatched setting for a gathering of any size, our resort offers more than 10,000 square feet of state-of-the-art conference facilities. This includes two ballrooms and a stunning pre-function area with its own private outdoor terrace overlooking our creek and the waterfall. The resort specializes in:
- Intimate 80-100 person meetings with all function space on-site
- Exclusive access to all meeting space - depending on group size
With the perfect location for your group getaway, The Westin Trillium House, Blue Mountain offers a variety of packages guaranteed to make your next event memorable. From a low-ropes course to kayaking, our numerous summer group activities will help set your team up for success. We also invite you to learn more about our offerings for team building.
Allow our Conference Services staff to arrange all the on-site event details and help your group access all of the area activities. For more information email our sales coordinator.
- Largest Meeting Space - The Whistler Blackcomb Ballroom: 3,872 sq. ft.
- Indoor Meeting Space: 10,000 sq. ft.
- Outdoor Meeting Space - The Millpond Terrace: 2,287 sq. ft.
- Village Conference Centre at Blue Mountain: up 27,000 sq. ft. available
Business: 24-hour business center
Recreation: 24-hour WestinWORKOUT® Fitness Studio, year-round outdoor heated pool and hot tubs, downhill skiing, cross country skiing, golf, scenic gondola rides, hiking on the Bruce Trail, both on and offsite team building activities provided by Destination Blue.
Nearby: The Blue Mountain Village is a pedestrian turn-of-the-century styled village featuring boutiques, restaurant, nightlife with all season events and festivals.
When you select The Westin Trillium House, Blue Mountain, you’ll enjoy our signature amenities that are designed to enable your groups to perform at their best. Experience the Westin difference and hold a meeting by July 31, 2016, to enjoy:
- Up to 100,000 Starpoints® signing bonus
- 2% rebate on master-billed rooms
- An added benefit of your choosing:
- Complimentary standard room, 1/35
- Complimentary room-type upgrade, 1/35
- Complimentary welcome reception
Submit an RFP today and mention our special meeting offer.
Hotel At a Glance
Year Opened: 2005
Last Renovated: 2013
Guest Rooms: 224
Room Rates: High - $399 / Low - $169
Ideal Group Size: 100
Max Group Size: 180
State and Local Taxes OR Taxes and Resort Fees
Guest Room tax 13% HST (harmonized sales tax) & 2% VAF (Village Amenity Fee).
Dining and Food & Beverage Averages
Banquet food and beverage at the Westin Trillium House, Blue Mountain is prepared and served by the renowned chefs and staff of Oliver and Bonacini.
Breakfast: Plated - $21 / Buffet - $24
Lunch: Plated - $30 / Buffet - $27
Dinner: Plated - $60 / Buffet - $55
Oliver & Bonacini Café Grill: 160 person capacity limit, Continental cuisine featuring fire roasted pizzas, seafood, steak and a delicious a la carte sunrise breakfast menu.
The Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) is 150 km away, approximately a two hour drive.
Hear from our guests about their stay from 314 verified guest reviews
86%of our guests
recommend this hotel
My family (husband, 5 y.o and 3 y.o) and I stayed at the Westin for 2 nights. We were able to check-in at the designated 4 pm time, and my request for a village view was honoured. The check-in staff were very friendly and courteous.
It was our first time at this hotel, and were pleasantly surprised by the room, with high ceilings and roomy bathroom. The beds were comfortable, but pillows were lumpy. Noise level while sleeping was affected by the air conditioning sound going on and off (we had not adjusted the thermostat).
The kitchenette was well appointed, except lacking a dish towel (which was given the next day). The major issue I had with this kitchen was the unwashed coffee machine. If you didn't bother having a cup of coffee, you wouldn't have known...but I opened the top, the coffee filter cup was crusted with old liquid, and I pulled out the glass pot and the top also was dirty. After seeing this, I proceeded to wash every plate, utensil, and cup in the dishwasher before I had my family use them for meals. If attention to detail can't be given to the coffee machine, I can't trust the other items would be clean as well.
The pool temperature was wonderful, and towels were plentiful. The pool washroom was a bit musty smelling, but what can you expect for a pool bathroom. It was much appreciated that there were extra life jackets and pool toys for the kids! A great extra touch.
The resort private beach also was a pleasant surprise. We went later in the day, and it was not very busy. Towel service and relatively clean washrooms! The vendor who was renting out the kayaks refused to rent out a boat to me after 5 pm (as they closed at 6pm). I understand since it was an hourly rental, they wanted to make sure guests returned their equipment on time...but I was a customer willing to pay full price (an hour's rental) for only 30 minutes because my son wanted to try the kayak (at 5:15pm). I was surprised an entrepreneur wouldn't take me up on that offer. Nonetheless, the experience at the beach was a pleasant one.
The location of the hotel is great -- close to the village, activities, beach...a truly nice getaway for a few days. Thank you to the lovely staff!