Club Med has revealed its renowned all-inclusive mountain concept will be expanding in the United States with a new property at Snowbasin Resort in Huntsville Utah, slated to open December 2024.
The new Utah opening will mark the brand’s first-ever Exclusive Collection (5-Star) resort in the U.S. as well as its first new resort in the U.S. in more than 20 years.
During this week’s inauguration ceremony of Club Med Québec, the brand’s President and CEO, Henri Giscard D’Estaing, announced Club Med’s expansion to Utah.
With more than 20 all-inclusive mountain resort properties across Canada, Europe, and Asia, Club Med says this move further establishes the company as the global leader of mountain vacations and, following the opening of Club Med Québec, the brand’s commitment to further expanding its unrivalled all-inclusive mountain product in the North American market.
“Our pioneering spirit has allowed us to successfully introduce our distinctive all-inclusive model to ski destinations worldwide and reshape what a traditional ski vacation looks like,” remarked Mr. Giscard d’Estaing.
“Our first resort in Canada, Club Med Québec, delivers an unparalleled year-round mountain vacation experience through boundless cultural touchpoints that pay homage to the region, and we look forward to working alongside our partners to showcase Le Massif de Charlevoix’s incredible culture, warm spirit, and remarkable landscape.
Looking ahead, we are delighted to bring Snowbasin their very first lodging property and introduce the spectacular region to travellers from all over the world.”
Club Med Utah
Located 35 miles from Salt Lake City, Snowbasin Resort is one of the most accessible and oldest operating ski resorts in North America and will be home to Club Med’s first Exclusive Collection (5-Star) resort in the U.S., joining a selection of Club Med’s most exclusive five-star properties around the world.
Influenced by the surrounding region, Club Med says the 320-room resort will combine American luxury with its renowned French savoir-faire, along with architecture and design touches that integrate elements from Utah and its treasured history.
With direct ski-in/ski-out access to surrounding slopes, Club Med Utah is set to be designed to appeal to every type of traveller, including families, couples, and meetings & events groups.
Accommodations will include spacious 2-bedroom Deluxe rooms & Family Suites, while private Penthouse Suites will be available for those seeking added luxury.
Club Med says it will offer its award-winning children’s clubs from 4 months to 17 years old for families seeking a more tailored, family-fun experience.
In addition to all-day dining available at the resort’s restaurants and lounges, Club Med says guests can also enjoy included group ski and snowboard lessons, lift tickets, and a heated swimming pool during the ski season.
During the warmer months, there will be opportunity to explore more than 3,000 acres of surrounding mountains and valleys through guided activities like hiking programs, mountain biking and Club Med’s trademark circus activities.
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