August 31. The Club Med brand of all-inclusive resorts is best known for beachy vibes, above-par food, poolside entertainment, vivacious G.O.’s (the French brand’s lingo for its staff — short for Gentils Organisateurs) and activities like flying trapeze lessons included in your stay. And you’ll find Club Med properties across Mexico, the Caribbean and in the U.S.
But when the Club Med Québec opens on Dec. 3, 2021, in Canada’s (moderately) mountainous Charlevoix region, between the St. Lawrence River and some of the region’s best ski terrain, it will bring something entirely new to the North American market: an all-inclusive ski vacation and stay that promises to give pricey destinations in Colorado, British Columbia and elsewhere in North America a serious run for their money.
The all-inclusive ski concept is nothing new to Club Med. In addition to the forthcoming Canadian property, the brand has 13 all-inclusive ski and snow resorts across the Alps, with the bulk of them in France but outposts in Switzerland (Saint Moritz) and the Piedmont region of Italy, as well.
But the opening of the Club Med Québec will mark the brand’s first foray into the all-inclusive ski vacation sector in Canada, uncharted waters it will simultaneously be pioneering.
Source: The Points Guy