As Montrealers, one of the easiest weekend getaways involves renting an Airbnb in Mont Tremblant.\nWith this in mind, MTL Blog found some of the best rentals in the town of Mont Tremblant and we're here to share them with you!\nSee the list below!\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nThe next few weeks in Montreal have a tendency to feel long, cold and drab. This is the time to pack up the car with friends, warm clothes, ski equipment, and head out of the city for a reminder of winter's perks. As an award-winning ski village just an hour and a half drive from Montreal, renting an Airbnb in Mont Tremblant makes for an easy weekend getaway.\nNarcity may receive a portion of sales if you purchase something from this article, which was created independently by Narcity's editorial team just for you.\nMont Tremblant is flush with rental possibilities that range from cheap and cozy to luxurious and romantic. With the huge amount of possibilities that means no matter what your budget dictates, there are options.\nSo, whether you're a skier, snowboarder, snowshoer, or if your proclivities run more towards hunkering down under a blanket in front of a fire or enjoying the views from your outdoor spa, there is something that covers everyone's hobbies.\nTremblant isn't only for the athletes out there, the village is filled with restaurants, spas, and bars that you can spend the day enjoying too.\nWhatever you decide to do, take a look below to check out seven Airbnbs that could be perfect for your next weekend trip to Mont Tremblant.\nBreathtaking Lake And Mountain View\nAirbnb\nAirbnb\nCost: $60/night\nFor only $60 a night you can rent this cute apartment with breathtaking views of the mountain. Only a five-minute walk to the shuttle bus or a 6-minute drive to skiing.\nGet more info!\nRomantic One-Bedroom Log Cabin\nAirbnb\nAirbnb\nCost: $68/night\nThis cute log cabin even comes with a hot tub to soothe your muscles from a hard day of skiing. Only a few minutes drive to downtown Tremblant, this full house is perfect for a romantic ski weekend.\nTake a look at the full listing!\nSki In/Ski Out\nAirbnb\nAirbnb\nCost: $60/night\nThis condo is small at just 380 square feet, but its luxury will have you living big. Located perfectly, you can park your car and walk to everything.\nLearn more about this property!\nGorgeous Six Person Luxury Chalet\nAirbnb\nAirbnb\nCost: $162/night\nWhile the most expensive lodge on the list, this chalet sleeps up to six guests. Even if you aren't a skier, the location in the Old Village has you close to a ton of bars and restaurants.\nCheck it out!\nREAD ALSO: Tim Hortons Is Now Officially Available For Delivery In Montreal\nElegant Penthouse\nAirbnb\nAirbnb\nCost: $68/night\nJust steps away from all the outdoor activities you could want, this luxurious apartment has amazing views of the mountain winter or summer.\nSee the full listing!\nChalet With Waterfront Views\nAirbnb\nAirbnb\nCost: $152/night\nWith a hot tub facing the lake, indoor fireplace, and elegant trappings, you may not even want to leave the property. But if you do, it's only a few minutes drive to the slopes and walking distance to boutiques and restaurants.\nCheck it out here!\nCozy & Quiet Loft\nAirbnb\nAirbnb\nCost: $94/night\nThis super popular loft is set in a quiet area surrounded by trees and is just a five-minute drive to the city center of the mountain. The fireplace just adds to the overall wooden cozy feel.\nReserve before it's gone!\nThese places tend to book up fast during the winter, so make sure to reserve ASAP!