Club Med Has Big Plans

Company Introducing 17 New Resorts By 2024

Club Med will open 17 new resorts by 2024.

Despite the global impact that the COVID-19 pandemic had on the hospitality industry, Club Med continued its expansion momentum in 2021 with four resort openings, including Club Med Seychelles (Africa), Club Med Lijiang (China), Club Med Québec Charlevoix (Canada), and Club Med La Rosière (French Alps). The brand also completed four renovations, including Club Med Albion (Mauritiuis), Club Med Peisey-Vallandry (French Alps), Club Med Pragelato-Sestriere (Italian Alps) and Club Med Marrakech (Morocco).

Carolyne Doyon, president & CEO of Club Med North America and the Caribbean, said that: “Since 1950, Club Med has continued to shape the all-inclusive industry by introducing new destinations and experiences to travellers worldwide.”

Doyon continued: “Throughout our 72-year history, we’ve successfully adapted our portfolio to appeal to upscale travellers and families, as well as demonstrated our leadership in the all-inclusive mountain experience. Maintaining our ambitious expansion plan, we are on track to open 17 new resorts, as well as complete 13 renovations or extensions of existing resorts, by 2024.”

Club Med has also established its commitment to further expanding its all-inclusive mountain product to new markets with the forthcoming December 2024 opening of Club Med Utah.

This property will be the brand’s first new resort in the U.S. in more than 20 years, as well as its first-ever Exclusive Collection (5-Star) mountain resort in North America, which will be open year-round.

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