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With the same entrepreneurial spirit that fueled Morritt’s Resort’s expansion and success in the Cayman Islands, owner David Morritt broadened 
his horizons to the mountainous landscape of Mont-Tremblant, Quebec, Canada.

The beginnings of Château Morritt were serendipitously similar to those of Morritt’s Resort in the Cayman Islands, when fully booked Seven Mile hotels pushed David towards the Tortuga Club in East End, which he went on to buy and expand. 

This time in Mont-Tremblant, a chance walk on a forest trail led David to a small bed and breakfast tucked away on the tree-lined shores of peaceful Lake Moore. He stopped for the night, and, upon waking, he was met with a view that 
astounded him.

Just like in East End, I had a vision…the lake, the beach, the trees were beautiful,” he says. And the most serendipitous part? The B&B was for sale. The 3.5-acre site, with existing B&B and restaurant, had planning permission for 55 apartments, but once 
the planning board heard about David’s successful business model in Cayman, they increased this to 124 units.

No stranger to facing challenges head on, David began building in August 2020, during a global pandemic. “I build when no-one else builds, and sell 
when no-one else is selling,” he says. 

What David has created is a hotel-condo mountain getaway of one- and two-bedroom suites, with lake and beach access, and a highly rated on-site lakefront 
restaurant and terrace.  

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