Long before Mont Tremblant was the dominant force in the high-end tourism industry of the entire region, this hotel was the apple of everyone's eye. This photo series from photographer Jarod Dumouchel sends you back in time to a simpler, more elegant time.
It was a prime destination for superstars, world leaders, and the obscenely wealthy came to get away from the stresses of the city and everyday life.
It had been the epitome of class and finesse for over 75 years and it suddenly closed one morning in December of 2013 with no warning.
If you take a look around you can tell that no one had a chance to pack up and leave. There were leftovers in the kitchen fridge and bottle of wine in the cellar
Fun Fact: the wine cellar was actually designed by Oscar-winning director Frédric Back and still has wine in it to this day that was left over from the closure. Now it just sits there, ageing away.
The original owners had traveled to Europe a lot and that inspired them to give the hotel a far more European vibe to it, hosting world-famous restaurants
150,000 acre property is unfortunately schedules for demolition but there's not legitimate timetable for when that might happen.
Instead of focusing on that, feast your eyes on more great shots of the abandoned structure
All photos are property of Jarod Dumouchel and you can check out more of his work below: