Club Med Defined

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Have you ever considered an all-inclusive Club Med vacation? If so, then I have some great news. If not, keep an open mind, you may just find something that peaks your interest.

Club Med is more about location. Find your passion, then choose your destination. From an adults-only getaway on an island that’s surrounded by endless beaches to a family friendly circus-skills playground, unforgettable experiences will be shared by all.

Their French roots will be prevalent during mealtimes with offerings such as crepes, ratatouille and escargot. If French food isn’t to your liking, offerings at breakfast, lunch and dinner represent palates from all over, including local specialties wherever you are in the world.

Kids at Club Med will focus on creativity and activities. Parents can even venture off property while their kids are in their own mini-Meds. Most kids’ clubs at all-inclusive resorts don’t allow babies or toddlers. However, babies that are four months and older are welcome at Club Meds baby clubs. This gives parents the chance to get a break on vacation.

The Swiss, Italian and French Alps are dotted with ski-centric Club Meds where the all-inclusive experience takes shape in ski-in-ski-out accommodations, lessons for all levels, and serious ski offerings. There are even vacation spots in Morocco, China and Japan.

Join me here next week as I focus on Punta Cana, the ultimate Club Med experience in the Dominican Republic. Drinks by the pool, siestas under the palm trees, and circus and games for the kids are just a hint of what is to come.

Pam Smith