Save almost a third when you book your 2018 stay now.
Luxe resort chain Club Med has just launched its early bird sale, giving you the chance to save up to 30% off holidays across the world.
The sale, which runs from today until 4 August, is on all Club Med resorts and for all 2018 dates – so you’re guaranteed to a deal no matter what holiday you’re planning. Though it’s important to note that the 2018 season runs from 1 May – 31 October 2018 and a minimum three-night stay is required to be eligible for the discount.
Now, Club Med isn’t your ordinary hotel chain. Instead of offering just rooms, it specialises in resort-style holidays with amenities such as access to sporting equipment, high-end dining options, childcare and exceptional wellness facilities either included in your booking, or available for a small fee. Its resorts are found in some of the most arresting locations in the world, including Bali, Malaysia, Thailand, Mauritius, France and the Bahamas, to ensure you have that picture-perfect relaxing holiday.
By June 2018, the chain will welcome its newest resort in Sicily, Italy, which is also available to book now at this discounted price.
Holidays in this sale start from as little as $860 per person, originally $1,230 per person. This is for a 7-night stay in Kamarina, Italy in a Club Bungalow room. Most all-inclusive packages, including this one, includes the use of select sporting equipment, kids’ clubs and a drinks package.
Other holidays available are:
- 7-night stay in Bali for $1,200 per person: Originally $1,715 per person, this all-inclusive stay on the shores of Nusa Dua is for a Club Room.
- 7-night stay in Phuket for $1,030 per person: Originally $1,470 per person, this all-inclusive stay is based for a Club Room.
- 7-night stay in Maldives for $5,020 per person. Originally $7,140 per person, this all-inclusive stay is for a Beach Villa in Club Med’s Finolhu Villas complex.
The Club Med early bird sale is for three days only and must end 4 August. To book, visit the official Club Med site here.