Enjoy the best of our luxurious Alps holidays range with all the family, all year round.
From ski holidays in the Swiss Alps, to snowboarding holidays in Italy, to chalet holidays in France, our Alps holidays destinations have it all.
Best of all, your Alps getaway is completely all-inclusive, so you don’t have to worry about anything once you get here – simply sit back, relax and experience the true meaning of a luxury holiday with Club Med Ski.
Simply sit back, relax and experience the true meaning of a luxury all inclusive ski holiday with Club Med Ski. The climate in Switzerland ski holiday destinations can vary hugely depending on where you choose to take your skiing break. The Swiss Alps have a varied climate, and how much snow you’re likely to get will be dependent upon the altitude of the area. The lower valleys have a much milder climate than the more mountainous areas, but the climate, whether you’re in the peaks or in the valleys, is largely influenced by weather fronts coming in from the Atlantic.
Come and discover the Grisons ski area in Haute Engadine, Switerland. At 1,750 metres, St Moritz Roi Soleil Club Med offers a unique experience for your all-inclusive skiing holiday. Enjoy the great Alpine ski slopes and cross-country trails, and the sublime setting of this cosmopolitan ski resort, the historic birthplace of Alpine skiing. The Swiss Alps are a great choice for the whole family, young and old.
Simply sit back, relax and experience the true meaning of a luxury all inclusive holiday with Club Med Ski. The climate in French Alps holiday destinations can vary hugely depending on where you choose to take your skiing break. The French Alps can receive a lot of snow in winter, due to its naturally dry, cold continental climate. Winter sports enthusiasts are generally given the best of the snow in our French Alps resorts, with slopes of up to 3,000m high sitting in the most fruitful area for frost.
Enjoy a luxury all inclusive Club Med Ski holiday with no hassle whatsoever when you travel with Club Med. The climate in Italian Alps holiday destinations can vary hugely depending on where you choose to take your skiing break. The Italian Alps experience a similar climate to the Swiss Alps, but tend to enjoy warmer summers and winters in the areas occupying lower slopes and valleys. With plenty of snow for winter skiing and humid summers, the Italian Alps are considered one of the most ideal holiday landscapes, any time of year.
Important information : in light of how the events of the past few weeks can disrupt your points cumulation and impact your Great Members status, we are pleased to inform you that we will extend your Great Members 2020 status over to the year 2021. An e-mail will be shared with you in the coming weeks with more information.
Book your holidays with peace of mind. This Summer, up to 45 days before departure, you will be able to cancel your stay reservation (excluding flights) free of charge if need be. Valid for bookings up to June 30, 2020 only, terms and conditions apply.*