Club Med ski resorts are located in premier ski locations around Europe and globally. You can make the most of Alpine runs in Chamonix, Val D’Isere, Courchevel, Les Arcs and La Plagne to name just a few of the most popular destinations. They offer luxurious ski accommodation options both in the heart of ski community and in quieter outskirts, depending on your preference.
The state of the art facilities are of a reliably high standard, giving you the opportunity to swim in on site pools, reenergise in weight and fitness rooms, as well as make full use of the spa and wellness centres. A massage treatment after a long day on the slopes will ensure your aching ski muscles are soothed and prepared for further strenuous exercise and fun during the week.
Ski Facilities & Instruction
A lot of the resorts are ski in, ski out and all of them are geared up to provide skiers of all abilities with everything they need. You’ll be able to hire equipment at, or near, each resort and the friendly Club Med ski staff will be able to offer any guidance or advice you might need, including how to obtain your lift pass and use the lifts in the area. Professional ski instructors will be provided to support you in developing your skills, regardless of whether this is your first time skiing, or your thirty-first season. Their invaluable advice will help you hone your skills whatever your level.
Club Med Family Ski Holidays
Although Club Med ski holidays are aimed at everyone who’s likely to enjoy a luxury ski experience (including couples, groups of friends, or solo travellers) families travelling with children, in particular, will be delighted by the thought that has gone into accommodating them.
Deluxe family rooms and interconnecting rooms will provide you and the kids with plenty of space and you have the option to upgrade to a suite, should you need a separate living space and spectacular view too. The restaurants provide baby corners; a place where parents can prepare food for the very young and if you’d like to eat a meal in peace, why not let your children eat with their friends at the kids’ clubs?
The kids’ clubs are run by qualified childminders who will entertain babies from 4 months to 2 years old. The 2-3 year old club will be introduced gently to games involving the snow while the older age group clubs; 4-10 years old and 11-17, will enjoy ski classes designed with kids and young adults in mind. Additionally the clubs will encourage games, creative play, film nights and the use of a teen spa.
The Club Med All Inclusive Ski Package
Your Club Med ski package includes accommodation, use of resort facilities, ski tuition and your food and drink. The package varies with each resort, but these are the general ingredients of the Club Med ski holiday package. The resorts each have bars and restaurants on site. Most bars are family friendly, serve a wide range of hot and cold drinks and snacks, as well as provide a great central location in which to meet friends and loved ones.
In many resorts, there will be a choice of restaurants. The main restaurant will serve a comprehensive menu of international favourite dishes, served in a buffet style, while the other is often more regionally focused, providing traditional mountain food, such as fondue and pierrade with waiter service. Club Med resorts take food seriously and some of them even provide a Michelin-starred chef to cater for you.
If you’d like to book a Club Med ski holiday, please get in touch with our knowledgable and dedicated team here at Aspen Travel. We’ve been booking Club Med breaks for many years and are a trusted booking partner of this leading travel operator.
For more information read our blog ‘Why Book Club Med’