This info is a few years old. My son went to McGill, so we went skiing a couple of times at tremblant. There is a village at the base, european in style with quasi cobblestone streets with many shops. There are ski rental shops. My son tried snowblades and found them very easy to ski on.
You don't want to ski down to the base as there are only a few lifts, which are crowded. You start and end there. Most lifts leave you off at the top of the mountain, which I think of as a plate. There is a lodge up there. There is a small hut mid mountain, very primitive in services and food, which is quite nice, but not necessarily easy to spot. Check out the trail map. The 'plate' at the top is really crowded at lunch time and it is hard to meet people without VERY specific instructions, despite all the lifts that end up there. I didn't like the feel at the top of the mountain, so never ate up there.
The food is really good. We ate dinner in the village at a cheap spot, had dessert at a creperie and ended up for after dinner drinks at a fancier restaurant. (the drinking age is 18, my son was introduced to porto on my recommendation and I had cointreau)
The mountain is skied on three sides, with lifts that pretty much all meet at the top. Plenty of variety if there is plenty of snow.
If there is enough snow, check out Ryan Haut? or Bas. Can't remember, but is an original trail cut 60+ years ago by the original owner. Narrow, rocky, winding, but not particularly steep. Had the ride of my ski life on it. Only natural snow though.
Have a blast. Hope you have snow. We on the north east have been cut short this year.