It seems everyone is going on a ski holiday in Japan these days, but if you're looking to get the same thrills without the crowds Club Med has something for you. The pioneers of all-inclusive holiday resorts, Club Med has announced its brand new ski resort at picturesque Beidahu in north-east China.
Located in a region that is famous for film festivals and winter sports, the new resort offers visitors the chance to discover China's rich culture whilst being surrounded by stunning natural beauty. Framed by mountains on three sides, Club Med Beidahu features ski-in/ski-out access to the slopes from the resort, situated in the home of the Winter Asian Games 2007 in the heart of Songhuahu National Park. Boasting a 1.2km advanced trail, a 1.7km beginner trail and a mix of on piste and alpine trails, the resort is simply a skier's paradise.
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For those with other interests, Club Med Beidahu offers a range of non-ski activities, from table soccer to fitness classes and traditional Chinese Mahjong to exciting dining opportunities. Delight your tastebuds when you sample traditional and modern Chinese cuisine at the resort's main restaurant or visit Le Petit Bus Rouge for an authentic noodle bar and northern-style hot pot dining experience. Pampering yourself is also easy at the resort, with its indoor Jacuzzi and spa offering an array of luxury treatments. Whatever your tastes, Club Med Beidahu welcomes couples for a holiday that's impossible to forget.
Home to glamorous suites with spectacular views and a range of thrilling activities, Club Med Beidahu is sure to be a new ski hotspot. For a unique holiday in one of Asia's most breathtaking destinations visit Club Med's website here.