Selling travel might be slow now, but it won’t always be. During this downtime, take the opportunity to learn about new destinations and resorts, like Club Med Miches, writes Ashley Rochefort in this week’s issue of Travel Courier.
A newly built property in an undiscovered region of the Dominican Republic, Club Med Miches offers luxury accommodations, leading-edge sustainability practices, and pristine beaches. When travel restrictions are finally lifted, you’ll be ready to offer your clients the perfect Caribbean getaway.
On the surface, Club Med’s new Miches Playa Esmeralda property is an impressive, 335-room resort catering to an exclusive clientele against a tranquil jungle and beach backdrop. It’s got everything expected of a five-trident Club Med property – signature activities like trapeze and archery, decadent food options, well-appointed suites, and exciting entertainment. But scratch the surface and you’ll find what Club Med is doing in the Dominican Republic is more than impressive, it’s revolutionary.
Eighteen months ago, guided by BREEAM’s sustainable construction principles and Green Globe’s strict standards in hotel operations, Club Med began planning this new, 93-acre, eco-chic resort along the virgin northeast coast of the Dominican Republic. Their commitment to sustainability goes deeper than just replacing plastic straws with paper ones, although they do that too, it means setting a new industry standard in all-inclusive sustainability.
For the full story, check out this week’s issue of Travel Courier.