Club Med predicts that its next winter season in 2021/2022 will be the firm’s most successful to date, following a sharp increase in bookings, including ski vacations.
The all-inclusive vacation company revealed that within 24 hours of opening sales, online bookings were already up 71% from last year, when sales first opened.
The most popular seasons turn out to be the holiday season in 2021, as well as the February semester in 2022.
The brand primarily sells ski vacations in Italy and France, although the latter is particularly popular with increasing bookings for resorts such as Alpe d’Huez, Grand Massif SamoÃ«ns Morillon, Les Arcs Panorama and Val Thorens. Sensation.
(Club Med is also set to launch a new resort in Canada later this year).
The ski season was abruptly halted in 2020 with the outbreak of the pandemic, with many resorts being forced to close their doors as social distancing measures and travel restrictions took effect.
Then the 2020/2021 ski season was effectively canceled for the British. In particular, there is currently a ban on international travel under national lockdowns in England, Scotland and Wales, making it illegal to travel abroad for leisure.
In France, although some ski resorts are open, ski lifts remain closed, with authorities saying it would be “ highly unlikely ” for them to reopen in February, a popular month as that is when the French half-term vacation also falls.
Estelle Giraudeau, Managing Director of Club Med UK and Northern Europe, said in a statement: “The 21/22 winter season is expected to be unique, with the last two winter seasons heavily disrupted, we anticipate unprecedented demand for them. winter sports trips as well as the winter sun escapes this season.
“We expect strong demand for many of our resorts, including Les Arcs Panorama and Alpe d’Huez, which should be top sellers for next season.”
You can find out more about clubmed.co.uk.
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