Club Med Opens First China Ski Resort

Sixty years after Club Med hit the scene, the all-inclusive destination brand has welcomed its first international ski resort in China.

Opened on November 27, The Yabuli Resort offers 283 rooms including one Presidential Suite that measures at 1,291 square feet. In addition there are 42 suites (complete with room service breakfast daily), 123 Deluxe Rooms and 117 Superior Rooms and connecting rooms.

Its three dining options include Mudan, which offers Chinese regional specialties (the first Club Med property to have a chinese restaurant) and six VIP rooms.

The ski resort offers 18 ski runs including two green, 11 blue and five black trails, all of which can be accessed easily.

Like all Club Meds, Yabuli is equipped for all family travel. Children aged two and up are welcome. The Resort also offers a Pyjama Club, which offers evening care so parents can enjoy a little alone time at night.


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