Hotels

Club Med kicks off 2021 with new brochure, new resorts and loyalty program extensions

Club Med has kicked off the year with the release of an updated and entirely digital brochure, new resort previews and an update on its member program benefits.

This news comes in anticipation of Club Med’s ‘Sun and Ski’ resort sale for 2022 travel, where the infamous early bird rates allow agents to save their clients up to 30 per cent off premium all-inclusive packages.

Asia and Indian Ocean resorts are already open and ready for booking from 1 November 2021 to 10 June 2022, and the much-awaited North American and European resorts will open for sale on 10 February 2021.

Agents can access more information and sales tools for this offer here.

New brochure

A new year marks a new brochure! And in 2021, Club Med is going eco-friendly with a digitally updated version that comprehensively covers all the need to know product and service news for the year ahead, including:

  • New resorts, including Club Med Quebec Charlevoix, Canada, Club Med La Rosiere, France and Club Med Seychelles, Seychelles.
  • More information on the in-resort health and safety program #SafeTogether, to keep your clients happy and healthy in the safety of the Club Med Cocoon.
  • Updated maps and grids for quick reference and resort comparison for travel agents.

View, download or share the 2021 Club Med digital brochure here. Agents who prefer hard copy brochures to stock their shelves can still order re-purposed printed brochures here.

For further travel agent sales tools and resources to promote Club Med, you can visit the dedicated trade portal.

Member loyalty program extended

Club Med has extended all 2020 Great Member loyalty statuses into 2021, but added some additional benefits including, but not limited to in-resort credit, in-resort exclusive discounts, priority access to services, post-stay offers, discounts on photo products from cheerz.com, and access to the referral rewards program.

Your clients’ status will remain unchanged until 31 December 2021, and during this period, your clients can continue to accrue points. Plus, Club Med is doubling loyalty points for any stays in 2021.

For more information about the great member’s loyalty program including detailed benefits, tier classifications and terms and conditions, go here.


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