A new boss for Club Med for the UK and Nordics has been named to succeed Estelle Giraudeau who has left the business after almost nine years in the role. Nicolas Bresch was previously marketing director for the all-inclusive operator for northern Europe, working alongside Giraudeau.
Club Med, the pioneer of the all-inclusive concept, announced today new details on the continued enhancement of their current ski offerings, operating more than 20 mountain resorts in Canada, the French, Italian, and Swiss Alps, Japan, and China.
Club Med, the premium all-inclusive operator, has unveiled plans to open its newest resort in Kiroro, Hokkaido, Japan in December 2022.
Club Med has confirmed the appointment of Vincent Ong to the roles of senior vice-president for commercial, south-east Asia, and marketing, Asia Pacific.
Owned by Fosun Tourism Group, Club Med Alpe d’Huez is expected to welcome more than 14,000 customers of over 12 different nationalities throughout the 2020 winter season.
Club Med has unveiled details of its brand-new Seychelles resort. The property is the latest addition to the brand’s Exclusive Collection, offering the highest level of luxury for guests looking to enjoy a tropical getaway.
Club Med has announced plans to open its first resort near Kota Kinabalu, the capital of Sabah state in Malaysia, in late 2022. Located at Kuala Penyu Beach in the northern part of Borneo, the location is a 90-minutes’ drive from Kota Kinabalu International Airport.
Club Med has announced the launch of a new resort ski resort as bookings begin for next winter. The new four-star resort Club Med Les Arcs Panorama is currently being built in the renowned Les Arcs 1,600 ski station in France and will offer direct access to the Paradiski domain and its family friendly 425 kilometres of slopes.
Holiday company Club Med has launched partnered with Google Street View to bring prospective holiday makers up close and personal in the Maldives. With an ever expanding reach, Google Street View has helped people explore searing deserts, the deep cold of Antarctica as well as the depths of the Grand Canyon.
Club Med has announced its second resort in Senegal, which will be open to public from 2017. With 358 rooms and suites totalling 860 beds, the new four star development will sit on the stunning stretch of coast in Western Africa known as the Petite Côte, staying true to Club Med’s positioning as a family-orientated, all-inclusive premium holiday provider. It will sit as a four star resort within the Club Med Trident rating, with integrated five star luxury space for holidaymakers looking for added luxury.
Fosun International has taken a 5% stake in Thomas Cook Group, strengthening its foray into the European tourism sector. The Chinese conglomerate acquired French holiday maker Club Med last month.