Club Med, the pioneer of the all-inclusive vacation concept, and global leader in ski and mountain vacations, continues its growth with plans to open 16 new resorts by the end of 2023. This includes four new resorts opening this year: La Rosière(French Alps), Seychelles (East Africa), Lijiang (China) and Club Med Quebec Charlevoix.
Club Med anticipates exponential growth in Canada and continues its strong investment in the market by recruiting 25 new employees at the brand’s headquarters in Montréal, hiring over 350 staff at Club Med Québec Charlevoix, launching new digital tools to support more travel agents and opening its first travel agency in the heart of Montréal this fall.
Canada’s first all-inclusive vacation resort
Club Med’s first-ever all-inclusive property in Canada, Club Med Québec Charlevoix will open its doors this December, adding to its current portfolio of 20+ mountain resorts. Located just 90 minutes from Québec City, the one-of-a-kind mountain experience will become the new go-to destination for international travellers all-year round.
The resort features an unparalleled waterfront panorama in a preserved natural landscape, ideal for an amazing vacation experience along with a full roster of activities for every season. Designed with packages, services and accommodations for families, couples, singles, friends and meetings & events groups, the 4-Trident resort features 302 rooms, including an Exclusive Collection space (5-Trident) with 25 Suites.
Club Med Quebec Charlevoix booking information
The new destination will offer ample activities and amenities anytime of year for an outstanding experience filled with adventure and relaxation. The region offers a plethora of all-inclusive activities including mountain bike trails to explore, skiing and snowboarding, mini golf, skating, aerial silk and hoops. A la carte activities are also available including dogsledding, kayaking, snowmobiling, rafting, ice-fishing and more. Plus, with a 23m long heated pool, the property boasts many wellness products that include a waterfront spa with pathways inspired by the Nordic therapies, massages and meditation.
The brand’s growth objective is to attract nearly 70 per cent of all guests, in the resort’s first year of operation, locally from within Canada.