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Club Med Ski – All-inclusive Skiing Holidays
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Over 60 years ago, Club Med established the first ever all-inclusive ski resort in Switzerland. Now they have multiple resorts scattered across the Alps, and all around the world. In 2023, they remain the only company that offers an all-inclusive ski package which includes everything from your accommodation and dining to ski lessons / lift passes and kids’ clubs. Club Med Ski offer all-inclusive ski packages to an array of resorts located in the finest ski domains in the world.
In France, Serre-Chevalier and Peisey Vallandry are just two of Club Med’s premium family resorts to choose from. Pragelato Vialattea in the Italian Alps gives you access to one of the largest skiing areas in Europe, while Switzerland offers alpine skiing at Saint Moritz Roi Soleil.
What's Included in Club Med Ski?
Ski accommodation and transport
Rooms are designed for families, with options including suites and interconnecting rooms. Chalet apartments are available with either 2, 3 or 4 bedrooms in Valmorel and either 2 or 3 bedrooms in Grand Massif Samoëns Morillon.
If you choose to book your flights as part of the package, your transfers between the resort and airport are included.
Club Med ski all-inclusive includes breakfast, lunch, dinner, and apres-ski snacks. Many of the resorts have speciality restaurants that serve traditional, local food as well as bars serving both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, included in your Club Med ski all-inclusive package
Your Club Med ski package includes a 6-day lift pass which is valid from the day of arrival. Your ski pass will be ready for collection as you arrive at the resort, so you can head straight on to the slopes.
Club Med Ski Lessons
Ski lessons are included in the Club Med ski package for anyone of any skill level or age. Lessons are available for people of all skill levels from beginners to advanced skiers. English-speaking instructors from the National Ski Schools will arrange groups of 12 people with the same ability and organise a day of training. There are also snowboarding lessons for those over the age of 8.
There is also a multi-sports programme designed for teens with a skill level of 3. This programme is designed to allow them to experience different ski disciplines such are ski jumping, slalom and skiing through forests.
Club Med Ski Lesson Times
Club Med ski and snowboard school run from Monday to Friday, starting at 9am, pausing for lunch before continuing in the afternoon.
Locker Rooms & Club Med Ski Equipment rental
All of the Club Med ski resorts available have locker rooms to store your skiing equipment. If you know the specifics of what you need, you can inform the staff ahead of your arrival and have it waiting for you. Renting from the resort is ideal for those looking to snowboard or ski without having the stress of gathering and transporting the equipment outside the resort. You can rent equipment from the resort at an extra cost. Ski shops tend to have the latest equipment which is regularly maintained and changes every couple of months.
Childcare from 0 - 17 Years
Club Med ski resorts offer the same kids clubs as Club Med’s sun resorts. These offer a range of activities and arrangements that make family holidays fun for everyone. On top of the activities, Club Med also offers skiing and snowboarding lessons for children led by experienced ski instructors.
Club Med also has a range of non-ski activities. Snow mountain biking, bobsleighing, dogsledding, and ice skating are just some of the exciting winter sports that are on offer in several of the resorts. Some of these activities may incur an extra cost.
The resorts also have more relaxing options for spending your day including access to indoor pools and spas.
In the evenings, the resorts have live entertainment.
Club Med Short & Weekend Stays
Club Med ski all-inclusive packages mean that you can use your time effectively, and the length of your stay does not matter. Your ski pass is available at time of arrival and valid as soon as you arrive. This means you can head onto the slopes and into lessons as soon as possible. Lesson times are Monday-Friday, morning and afternoon meaning that those staying for weekends are unable to join lessons.
Meals are available from lunchtime on the day of arrival until lunchtime on the day of departure and you can enrol kids onto the various clubs. There are no Kids’ clubs available on Sundays.
Why Book your Club Med Skiing Holiday with Travel Club Elite?
Here at Travel Club Elite, we offer the Club Med skiing holidays you know and love with our expertise and exclusive extra savings thrown in on top! Our 35+ years of ABTA membership and superior service mean you can book your holiday with confidence, taking the stress out of organising your ski holiday. Talk to one of our Club Med skiing holiday specialists today for a great discount. With Travel Club Elite, you can save money and earn extra benefits on your ski holidays when you come back to us to book your holidays.
We will also calculate loyalty points so that our regular Club Med customers can benefit from their special offers and rewards.
With our 5* Trust Pilot score, superior service, and friendly staff, it’s not hard to see why customers keep coming back to us year after year. Whether you are interested in a couples, group or family holiday, our expert team can recommend the best ski resorts for you.
Club Med Ski Deals
As a historic provider of all-inclusive ski holiday packages, Club Med are popular for those who want the entire process taken care of, and for their competitive pricing.
With a range of special offers that are frequently being updated, they listen to what their customers want and act accordingly. For instance, winter sports enthusiasts can reap incentives of up to 15% discounts if they book 6 months in advance and 10% off for those who book 3 months in advance! You can also see all the latest offers on their ski holidays on our Club Med Ski Deals page.
Club Med Ski Resorts
Club Med Ski operates many resorts throughout the Alps as well as a small number further afield. All the resorts on offer have slopes and terrains of varying difficulty making it possible for skiers of all levels to get involved. All the resorts with the exception Saint-Moritz Roi Soleil are ski in ski out resorts making it easy to get straight into enjoying your holiday.
Club Med Ski Trident System
Most Club Med Ski resorts are rated at 3 or 4 Tridents. 6 of the resorts offer Exclusive Collection accommodation options with the Chalet Apartments being Exclusive Collection accommodation by default.
Club Med Skiing France
The French Alps, known for their breath-taking views and picture-perfect slopes, are the location of 14 Club Med Ski resorts, spread across a variety of ski domains. Due to the altitude of its resorts, France is an appealing destination as skiers can expect good snow conditions all season.
Out of the 14 resorts on offer in France, 11 of them are ideal for families, offering a range of kids’ clubs and activities. The other three are ideal for groups or couples. Arcs Extreme is an adult only resort while Val D’Isère and Val Thorens have no kids’ clubs. Val D’Isère does however welcome children and offer babysitting at an extra cost. Val Thorens only welcomes children over the age of 2.
At two of the Club Med Ski resorts located in France, the accommodations on offer are Chalet Apartments. Grand Massif Samoëns Morillon and Valmorel Chalet Apartments provide the perfect location for an unforgettable Club Med skiing holiday.
Club Med Skiing Italy
The Italian Alps are home to adventurous ski holidays, perfect for families and active ski groups. When you’re not heading on to the slopes, you can explore Italy’s beautiful alpine towns and villages and tuck into delicious mountain delicacies.
Club Med operates one ski resort in Italy – Club Med Pragelato-Vialattea. Located in Piedmont, this family-focused resort is set out like a village. Pragelato is quiet and secluded compared to other crowded resorts, making it perfect for a relaxing family trip. Though a popular destination due its secluded nature, it has ski-in, ski-out access to the Via Lattea, the second largest ski area in Europe.
Pragelato-Vialattea has a range of slope types, with 30 green, 54 blue, 118 red and 42 black runs.
Club Med Skiing Worldwide
Another of Club Med ski locations is Switzerland, location of Club Med Saint Moritz Roi Soleil. This all-inclusive ski resort is in the Engadine Valley, home to 350km of slopes. This resort, unlike the rest of Club Med ski resorts, is not ski in ski out, with the nearest ski lift being 300km by walking. It also lacks green runs.
Outside of Europe, there are Club Med skiing resorts in Canada, China, and Japan.
Club Med Skiing for Families
Club Med ski packages are ideal for families as they include lift passes, ski lessons and childcare so that everyone can enjoy their holiday. With the knowledge and expertise of fully qualified ski and snowboard instructors, everyone in the family will benefit from their weekday classes - beginners, intermediates, and more experienced skiers.
There is a range of baby-friendly facilities including a baby restaurant with access to bottles and microwaves, and a selection of baby food. There are also Club Med kids’ clubs and professional childcare with full board for every meal. Parents can enjoy peace of mind knowing that their children are in safe hands and having a fun holiday. Club Med offers engaging activities to all age groups so kids can play in the snow or take part in skiing and snowboarding lessons in groups suited to their age and ability.
Baby Club Med - 4 to 23 months old
Designed especially for children under 2, Baby Club Med has activities adapted to the age of each child, dependent on the resort. There are three options at meals times, depending on what is suitable for you and your child. The Baby Club Med service is available at an extra charge in a selection of resorts.
Petit Club Med – 2 to 3 years old
Offering a range of age-appropriate activities including sports and crafts, children have the chance to have fun and while also gaining confidence. Petite Club Med is available at an extra charge in a selection of resorts
Mini Club Med – 4- to 10-year-old
Divided into three age groups (4-5 years, 6-7 years, and 8-10 years), kids will explore activities organised around four themes: sports, creativity, expression, and games. All these activities available are included in your all-inclusive package.
Club Med Passworld - 11 to 17 years old
Password features sporting and artistic activities in dedicated modern spaces. Outside of these spaces, teenagers have access to all the sporting lessons available to adults.
Best Club Med ski resorts for beginners
Club Med skiing holidays are ideal for beginners. You can rent all the necessary equipment on site, and it stored in heated lockers, ready for you on arrival. Your ski passes and tuition are included in your holiday price meaning everyone has access to them. The instructors are English-speaking and National Ski School trained and accredited.
Grand Massif Samoëns Morillon and Peisey-Vallandry, both located in the French Alps, are ideal resorts for inexperienced skiers, offering Multi-Snow Sports Programmes that include activities for beginners.
Another good option is Alpe d'Huez. It has 38 green runs ideal for beginners to improve their skills on before advancing to higher-rated ski slopes.
Best Club Med ski resorts for experienced skiers
Val Thorens Sensations and Arcs Extrême in France, and Pragelato Vialattea in Italy all offer access to large number of black runs for more experienced skiers.
Club Med Ski School Levels
All ski resorts offer ski lessons for beginners and mountain guides for more experienced skiers. All lessons are run by professional ESF instructors. Tuition for these skiing and snowboarding lessons is included in your all-inclusive package.
All skiers will be evaluated on their first morning on the slopes. This helps the instructors determine the right level and class to start in. The class boundaries are as follows:
Beginners: Those who have little or no experience
Class 1: Those who can control their speed and feel comfortable on blue slopes
Class 2: Those who can traverse red slopes at a reasonable speed
Class 3: Those who feel comfortable on all levels of slopes
Expert: Those who are comfortable on all types of terrain and snow