Bookings open for spring, summer fall 2022 at Club Med Québec Charlevoix
Indoor family-friendly pool, Club Med Québec Charlevoix

Bookings open for spring, summer fall 2022 at Club Med Québec Charlevoix

4TORONTO — Club Med has opened the books for spring, summer and fall 2022 vacations at its highly anticipated Club Med Québec Charlevoix, debuting Dec. 3, 2021.

The company previously launched winter pre-sale rates for stays between Dec. 3, 2021 and April 10, 2022.

Bookings open for spring, summer fall 2022 at Club Med Québec Charlevoix

Le Marché, Club Med Québec Charlevoix

With this new sale, which runs from May 18-June 29, 2021, guests can take advantage of the best rates starting at $210 per night, per person. Spring, summer and fall 2022 dates are now available between April 2022 and December 2022.

The all-inclusive mountain resort, the first to open in North America in over 15 years and Club Med’s inaugural all-season resort in Canada, was designed with family and fun in mind. Family-friendly amenities include accommodations with separate rooms for kids, indoor splash pools, a dedicated restaurant ideal for little ones, Children’s Clubs and Teen Programs that take care of children from four months to 17 years old.



The property also boasts many wellness offerings designed to de-stress and disconnect from daily life, including a 23-metre-long heated pool, the largest at a Club Med mountain resort, that offers stunning views of the St. Lawrence River. At the waterfront spa, guests can enjoy cold and hot pathways inspired by Nordic therapies, massages, special treatments, an outdoor Jacuzzi, a hammam and guided meditations and yoga classes. The spa also features a sauna and snow fountain.

As for dining, the main restaurant, Le Marché, offers buffet-style dining in five dining rooms and two terraces. At Terroir & Co. the entire family can enjoy such regional delicacies as fondues, raclette and maple syrup served on snow for dessert. The gourmet lounge Le Chalet offers a cozy atmosphere with a menu that reinterprets local delicacies while the main bar, Le Météore, is a multi-use space at the heart of the resort, perfect for day to night entertainment and hosting.

As part of all-inclusive packages, guests can explore mountain bike trains (accessible for all levels) and take part in theme guided hikes. A host of activities both inside and out are available, including mini golfing, running trails, volleyball, fitness classes, golf, canyoning, rafting, kayaking, rock climbing, a circus school, dogsledding, snowmobiling, ice fishing, ice canoeing and, of course, skiing, with classes for as young as four years old.


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