By Club Med on January 18, 2018
SINGAPORE, 18 JANUARY 2018 – Club Med, the leader of Premium All-Inclusive holidays officially opens its newest ski resort, Club Med Tomamu Hokkaido with a grand opening ceremony today. Set in Hokkaido, one of the top destinations for a luxury snowy getaway, the resort invites guests to escape into a winter wonderland renowned for its fine powder snow, special winter activities and a spread of delectable dining options with some of the freshest ingredients available.
“We are delighted to be here at Club Med Tomamu Hokkaido today for the official grand opening in the presence over 600 guests from over 20 countries. We are excited for our guests to experience this breathtaking resort, just one and half hours from New Chitose Airport – from skiing, indulging in a variety of cuisines and relaxing with their families.” declared Xavier Desaulles, CEO of Club Med ESAP.
Guests at Club Med Tomamu Hokkaido are presented with a “modern meets natural chic” design with fine touches by award-winning architect and designer, Jean Philippe Nuel. This Hokkaido resort embodies an urban aesthetic outlook fused with elements of Japan’s colourful four seasons throughout its overall design in each of the 341 rooms, suites and public spaces.
With Club Med Tomamu Hokkaido ideally situated amidst Hokkaido’s beautiful ski mountain landscape, resort guests can look forward to strapping on their skis or snowboards and hitting the fresh white powdery slopes. An activity for beginners and experienced snow sportsmen alike, expert G.O.s (Gentil Organisateurs) will provide a day of endless skiing fun. After a long day on the slopes, guests can unwind with a soothing soak in an open air onsen to rejuvenate tired muscles -a delightful treat for both the mind and body.
Those seeking an escape from the cold, can make a splash at the Japan’s largest indoor wave pool, Mina Mina beach, open all year long. A perfect place to laze afloat in the cradle of gentle waves basking in the warmth of the winter sunlight, the Mina Mina Beach bustles with activities throughout the day but transforms into a dreamy escape after 8:00 p.m. with soft, romantic lights.
Food aficionados on a quest for their next culinary adventure will have a great time exploring Itara, the resort’s main restaurant that serves a wide variety of international and Japanese delights. At Haku, Club Med Tomamu Hokkaido’s specialty restaurant, guests can savour in a farm-to-table authentic yakiniku barbecue with premium local Hokkaido and Wagyu beef, and traditional Hokkaido “nabe” – a soup served in hot pot flavoured by fresh local produce. Time-tested classics like crabs, sea urchins and scallops are also on the menu for seafood lovers. Whisky and sake connoisseurs can indulge in the best local brews at The Nest. This includes an exclusive tasting of premium Japanese whisky including award-winning Nikka and Suntory’s single malt Yamazaki or Hakushu. Daily live performances by our GOs at Unkai provide exciting entertainment for the family.
For a unique winter activity, the Ice Village just a stone throw away, offers families and couples the chance to live in a frozen fairy tale. A frosted forest illuminated by deep blue lights, complete with ice slides, an ice restaurant and bar serving cocktails in ice glasses. An ice chapel accents the village, providing guests with a timeless and elegant space for sharing sacred vows in the ‘coolest’ possible way.
As the ultimate family-friendly resort, Club Med Tomamu Hokkaido offers age-appropriate, innovative fun with the Children’s Club. Dedicated areas and equipment specially designed with a view towards comfort and safety, allows young guests to enjoy their own, independent Club Med adventures under the supervision of experienced children’s club G.Os.
For a host of wonderful and spectacular winter experiences found nowhere else, Club Med Tomamu Hokkaido is the ideal destination for guests to revel in the trademark hospitality Club Med resorts are famous for.
For a memorable winter holiday, please visit www.clubmed.com to confirm reservations.