Club Med’s 2025 early bird sale offers huge savings on Japan skiing

Club Med’s 2025 early bird sale offers huge savings on Japan skiing
Edited by Travel Weekly

    From 1 February 2024, Club Med will launch its Early Bird Sale for 2025, offering up to 30 per cent off stays in its Japan ski destinations.

    Launching to Club Med’s VIP customers from 30 January and wider on 1 February, agents can offer customers the best price guaranteed on Club Med’s Japan ski resorts. Guests will be able to enjoy premium accommodation while indulging in a curated selection of après-ski activities. Some of the top savings on Club Med’s pristine Japan ski destinations include:

    • Club Med Tomamu from $3,820 per adult, save $1,640 or $12,230 for a family, save $5,240
    • Club Med Sahoro from $3,160 per adult, save $1,355 or $10,110 for a family, save $4,340.
    • Club Med Kiroro Grand from $3,419 per adult, save $1,460 or $12,316 for a family, save $5,250.
    • Club Med Kiroro Peak from $3,714 per adult, save $1,585 or $13,376 for a family, save $5,710

    Club Med’s Early Bird Sale 2025 is for travel dates between 29 November 2024 to 4 May 2025, bookings must be made by 31 May 2024.

    With the Club Med Pacific market leading the charge on a record-breaking year for the current winter season, agents will need to be quick to book, with resorts likely to sell out.

    The sale will include the newly opened, Kiroro Grand, in the heart of Hokkaido’s Kiroro region. Renowned for its record-breaking 21-metre snowfall and an extended 160-day winter, the 266-guestroom resort provides direct access to an immaculate ski domain. Boasting 23 diverse courses that cater to skiers of all levels, guests can take advantage of the off-piste slopes spanning the Asari and Nagamine mountains. Ski and lift passes will be ready upon arrival.

    Customers wishing to explore Club Med Kiroro Peak will receive a more premium experience with the resort set to become a part of Club Med’s Exclusive Collection portfolio, just in time for the Winter 2025 season.

    Japanese traditional style shower room named “Onsen”, hot spring at Kiroro Peak. (Supplied)

    The elevation of Kiroro Peak to Club Med’s five trident status will see the finer details added to the resort, including the option of room service for breakfast, French champagne served by the glass daily from 6pm and a dedicated butler service.

    Club Med’s all-inclusive packages take care of everything: premium accommodation, gourmet meals and snacking, an open bar, ski passes, group ski and snowboard lessons, a wide selection of activities on and off the snow and Kids Clubs.

    Following its Japan ski sales opening, Club Med is set to announce a second release of its Early Bird Sale 2025 showcasing the best of its sand and snow resorts. Agents are encouraged to stay tuned for further announcements to secure clients their preferred dates and rooms at the best possible price.

    More information and a complete overview of Club Med’s early bird offers can be found by visiting the Club Med Travel Agents Portal. Get ready to start planning your client’s dream snow holiday experience today.

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