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Experience Winter Wonderland at a Club Med Ski Resort

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Experience Winter Wonderland at a Club Med Ski Resort

Auckland, August 15, 2011 – Ski season is in full swing in New Zealand, but for snow bunnies looking for the ultimate ski holiday, it’s time to start planning a Northern Hemisphere experience.

Earlybird rates are now available for Club Med’s 23 ski resorts in the world’s largest, and most famous ski domains of Europe, China and Japan.

With all-inclusive rates, ‘ski to the door’ accommodation and fantastic après-ski facilities in the world’s most spectacular locations, there really is no better ski holiday than at Club Med.

Unforgettable ski-holidays in France are available from $2659 per adult $2219 per child (4-11yrs) for a seven-night all-inclusive land package at Club Med Chamonix Mont-Blanc.

Club Med’s newest resort, the luxurious Valmorel in the Grand Domaine, France is due to open in December, 2011 and is offering seven-night all-inclusive land packages available from $3265 per adult and $2699 per child.

A seven-night all-inclusive land package for Club Med’s newly opened resort in Yabuli, China is available from $1759 per adult and $719 per child (4- 11 years). Club Med Yabuli is China’s first ski resort and features the largest slope in Asia. Yabuli is located 200km from Harbin, home to the world’s largest ice sculpture festival – a must-do for visitors on their way to Club Med.

Club Med ski-holidays are inclusive of accommodation, meals and snacks, open bar, ski and lift passes, skiing lessons for all ages and abilities and a range of other exciting activities such as sledding, ice-skating and snow-shoe walks.

After a day of action on the slopes, guests can relax and enjoy a sauna, dip in the hot pool or an indulgent spa treatment or simply admire the mountain views from one of the cosy lounge areas.
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