Club Med opens 3 new ski resorts and a new luxury sailboat


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ClubMed, the master of all-inclusive vacations, has announced new ski resort openings ahead of the winter season, and you won’t be disappointed with the destinations. The resort chain will add three newly renovated international mountain resorts to its 20+ year portfolio, focusing on all-inclusive ski experiences.

Club Med Val d'Isère View, ski resorts
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While people are looking for more affordable ski resorts, these all-inclusive resorts are located in two of the best ski destinations in the world, the French Alps and Japan, and they have no shortage of the best powder runs or long valleys. You can leave budgets and wallets behind as everything is taken care of, including ski lessons, lift tickets, meals throughout the day and activities for children and adults.

The Club Med Exclusive Collection has also launched the multi-million dollar refresh of its French sailing yacht, the Club Med 2. The 21-day sailing will begin next month, with many options around the Caribbean, and cross the Mediterranean on next year. .

Ski resorts Club Med Kiroro
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Club Med Tignes, French Alps

This resort opens on December 4 in one of the most popular ski destinations in the Alps – Tignes Val Claret. Club Med Tignes has had a facelift with 430 rooms including 25 5-star suites and 2 restaurants.

This ski-in ski-out resort allows you to hit the slopes during the day and eat in the indoor swimming pool or the hammam in the evening. With over 150 runs to choose from and nearly 80 lifts, this location is perfect for any type of skier, and you get the right to ski in the same location as the 1992 Winter Olympics.

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Club Med Tignes ski resorts
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Club Med Val d’Isere, French Alps

Kicking off a little later in the Tarentaise Valley, a stone’s throw from Tignes Val Claret (25 minutes), is another transformation of Club Med, which will open on December 17 as the first five-star mountain village Exclusive collection.

As part of the Exclusive Collection, guests enjoy more personalized services, such as evening champagne service and access to deluxe rooms and mountain-view suites with more refined dining options. Located in the chic and charming alpine village of Val d’Isère, you will have easy access to a black classified piste called the Face de Bellevarde.

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Club Med Val d'Isère, ski resorts
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Club Med Kiroro Peak, Hokkaido, Japan

Starting Dec. 15, skiers can stay at Club Med’s Mountain Resort in Hokkaido, Japan, known for its volcanoes, onsens (hot springs) and more than 300 miles of champagne-powder-dusted ski runs. With an all-inclusive stay including unlimited ski-in ski-out access, skiing, snowboarding or snowshoe hiking lessons, it means you can splurge on some extras such as indulging in a traditional Japanese onsen.

For families, there’s a kids’ area and a personalized kids’ club. A trip to Japan would not be complete without tasting exquisite Japanese cuisine, such as the unmissable Kuroge Wagyu Cross Karubi.

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Ski resorts Club Med Kiroro Spa
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Luxury Yacht Club Med 2

Club Med’s iconic all-inclusive sailboat has just undergone a multi-million dollar refresh and will be back in December to sail to various locations around the world. A five-masted yacht with teak and mahogany finishes and Mediterranean-inspired décor, she offers two seawater swimming pools, live entertainment, various water sports activities and a Spa by Sothys.

Enjoy yoga at sunset while the kids have fun in the various children’s programs, and Le Monte-Carlo restaurant offers seasonal menus from French gastronomy school Ferrandi, which has drawn inspiration from international cuisines along the ports.

Head of Club Med
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Caribbean destinations include islands such as Grenada, Marie-Galante and Curaçao, or routes from Havana to Santo Domingo, and transatlantic destinations from Lisbon to Fort-de-France. Next year, Club Med 2 will launch its Mediterranean cruises with destinations such as Italy, Corsica and the Greek islands.

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Yacht Club Med
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