Club Med will introduce three new ski resorts: Club Med Tignes and Club Med Val d’Isere in the French Alps and Club Med Kiroro in Hokkaido, Japan, starting in December 2022.
The three new properties are part of the all-inclusive resort’s pioneering plan to open 17 new resorts and complete 13 property renovations or expansions by 2024.
Club Med Quebec Charlevoix
In December 2021, Club Med opened its first mountain resort in Canada, Club Med Quebec, located 90 miles from Quebec City.
Club Med is also offering 45 percent savings through its Ski Getaway offer, valid until October 12, 2022 for Club Med Quebec travel from December 2, 2022 to April 9, 2023; and from November 20, 2022 to May 6, 2023 for Club Med Resorts in the Alps. Children under 4 stay for free.
Club Med Tignes en Tignes Val Claret
Situated at an altitude of 7,053 meters, it will be equipped with 430 rooms, including 25 5-star Special Collection suites; direct access to the ski slopes; two restaurants; a full-service spa and wellness salt wall; It is believed to have the largest indoor swimming pool in the Alps, a childcare program, and a ski domain suitable for all levels.
Nestled in the Taranteise Valley at an elevation of 6,070 feet, Club Med Val d’Isere is in the midst of a top-to-bottom renovation that turns the resort into an exclusive collection property.
When it reopens in December, it will feature 216 new luxury guest rooms, nightly champagne service, ski-in/ski-out access, gourmet cuisine, child care programs for kids ages 4 and up, and a spa and wellness Program Yoga will be facilitated.
Club Med Kiroros
With 400 rooms, it is a four-season resort and will provide “a first-of-its-kind snow experience that gives guests access to some of the best powder snow in the world, along with a long ski season and fresh ski slopes.”
Plus unlimited ski-in/ski-out access to the ski domain with 23 runs. The complex will also feature an indoor nature center, a kids’ area with individual kids’ clubs, and more.
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