Club Med: The World Leader in Al­lIn­clu­sive High End Moun­tain Hol­i­days

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For over 60 years, Club Med has been com­mit­ted to firmly po­si­tion­ing it­self as the undis­puted leader in the ski tourism in­dus­try by of­fer­ing easy, re­lax­ing and al­lin­clu­sive hol­i­days in the world’s best ski lo­ca­tions. Club Med has ex­panded its reach across Europe and Asia since its first ski re­sort opened in 1956. With over 20 ski re­sorts in its port­fo­lio, Club Med is now known as the world’s largest ski re­sort op­er­a­tor, from the soar­ing peaks of Mont-Blanc in the French Alps to the pow­der per­fect slopes of Hokkaido Japan.

Club Med Sa­horo Un­veils New Ainu-In­spired Rooms and Ex­cit­ing New Ac­tiv­i­ties

Club Med, the leader in Premium All-In­clu­sive hol­i­days, un­veils the newly re­fur­bished Club Med Sa­horo Hokkaido rooms, in­spired by Ainu cul­ture and of­fer­ing new ac­tiv­i­ties for fam­i­lies. Touted as one of the best travel des­ti­na­tions in Asia with idyl­lic views, Club Med Sa­horo is the per­fect lo­ca­tion to re­con­nect with your loved ones and be­gin new tra­di­tions amongst the snow-topped peaks of the Hi­daka Moun­tains. Guests can ex­pe­ri­ence a true im­mer­sion into authen­tic Ja­panese cul­ture and her­itage in Hokkaido. “We have out­done our­selves yet again with the re­fur­bish­ment of the rooms in ad­di­tion to new ac­tiv­i­ties such as so ba mak­ing classes de­signed to cre­ate bond­ing mo­ments within the fam­ily, and new in­door ac­tiv­i­ties for those who want to hide away from the cold and for begin­ners try­ing ski­ing for the first time. Club Med Sa­horo brings out the moun­tain charm with an authen­tic Hokkaido ex­pe­ri­ence for all ages.” com­mented Xavier De­saulles, CEO of Club Med East and South Asia and Pa­cific. Sur­rounded by the mag­nif­i­cent Hi­daka moun­tain range, guests can ex­pe­ri­ence the ex­clu­siv­ity of a pri­vately- owned moun­tain on Mount Sa­horo and be amazed by the fine Ja­panese pow­der snow and the beau­ti­ful land­scape while zip­ping down the pris­tine slopes. Tra­di­tional Ja­panese cul­ture is at the fore­front of Club Med Sa­horo Hokkaido’s de­sign phi­los­o­phy with a blend of authen­tic Ainu de­signs and the lat­est modern ameni­ties. The fresh new look is re­flected in the newly re­fur­bished rooms that com­bine a level of nu­anced moder­nity with tra­di­tional Ja­panese aes­thet­ics while pre­serv­ing the beauty and splen­dour of the Ainu cul­ture.

New Open­ing Club Med To­mamu - Hokkaido

Club Med opened its sec­ond ski re­sort, Club Med To­mamu Hokkaido, in Japan in De­cem­ber 2017. Ex­pe­ri­ence the ex­cel­lent pow­der snow of Japan and en­joy an end­less ar­ray of holis­tic snow ex­pe­ri­ences both on and off the slopes for an un­beat­able win­ter hol­i­day. Club Med To­mamu and Club Med Sa­horo are both eas­ily ac­ces­si­ble from Chi­tose or Obi­hiro air­port. With many di­rect in­ter­na­tional flights ar­riv­ing daily, th­ese two re­sorts are a con­ve­nient and fuss-free op­tion for in­ter­na­tional hol­i­day- go­ers, as well as do­mes­tic skiers look­ing for a qual­ity Ja­panese hol­i­day in Hokkaido.

End­less Fun for Fam­ily and Your Lit­tle Ones

Club Med en­sures fun for the whole fam­ily. Lit­tle ones can en­joy a host of ac­tiv­i­ties spe­cially tai­lored for them, man­aged by in­ter­na­tion­ally re­cruited and trained G.Os. Kids aged two to three years old can join Petit Club Med, where they can dive into cre­ative and en­rich­ing ac­tiv­i­ties such as arts and crafts and face paint­ing. The Mini Club Med prom­ises kids aged four to ten years old an ad­ven­ture-packed hol­i­day with ex­cit­ing sports and ac­tiv­i­ties like dance and group games lined up for them. Ad­di­tion­ally, Ju­nior Club Med caters to teenage guests aged be­tween 11 to 17 years old where kids can spend time with friends on the slope and put on shows with crazy signs. Af­ter a fun-packed day, the rest­less youth can wind down with a film or dance the night away.

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