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This all-inclusive ski resort is surprisingly affordable

If you think that a family vacation in the French Alps is out of the league, the chances are that you haven’t considered the Club Med all-inclusive vacation experiences.
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If you think that a family vacation in the French Alps is out of the league, the chances are that you haven’t considered the Club Med all-inclusive vacation experiences.

The popular resort chain, offers travelers the chance to go on the international ski holiday of their dreams without breaking the bank or compromising on the quality of their holiday by packing up everything they need at an affordable price.

“Ski vacations are very expensive and that is due to all to add between the ski passes, lessons, guides, and all meals, but it is also difficult to arrange,” says Sabrina Cendral, Vice President of Marketing and Digital for Club Med in North America. “You have to get your ski passes, you need to pick up your stuff and so. Club Med essentially brings together in one place, for a price.”

The popular resort chain, offers travelers the chance to go on the international ski holiday of their dreams without breaking the bank or compromising on the quality of their holiday.
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If you are skeptical, we don’t blame you. So let’s take a look at what a seven-night trip to one of Club Med’s alpine resorts actually includes and how the all-in price compares with the price of a do-it-yourself ski trip to a place like Aspen, Colorado.

On the basis of the current research, a New York-based couple will end up on average pay of $1,578 for round trip airfare and transfers to the resort; more than $3,000 for seven nights ‘ accommodation, including taxes and resort fee; $840 on food and $280 on drinks; $168 tilt; $1,248 on the tickets; and finally, $1,640 feet on ski or snowboard lessons. That is a total of $8,757!

For the route at Club Med, the price is $5,942. That is a savings of $2,815 per pair.

A few can save on an average of more than $2,800 by booking an all-inclusive package.
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“The all-inclusive ski package is approximately 20 to 30 percent more accessible than if you book everything on her own,” continued Cendral. “Given the volume in the alps we have 18 resorts—we are able to offer the best prices for our guests when it comes to lessons, gear and fit.”

In addition to a fantastic, panoramic view of the snow-capped mountains that can be seen from all Club Med properties, the experience includes access to hundreds of Olympic ski runs for every level skier; lessons from professional instructors from institutions that belong to the nation of ski-schools of France, Italy and Switzerland; the child care for all ages of children; as well as fitness classes and gyms; and unlimited gourmet dining.

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And not to forget the Club Med is known for its incomparable après-ski activities such as heated swimming pools, saunas, Turkish baths, spa, parties, live entertainment, Djs and more.

Club Med most recently opened Club Med Les Arcs, Panorama, the newest addition in the French Alps collection since they opened the 382-room Club Med Samoëns Morillon Grand Massif last year.

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