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Vacationers Choose Between Sun and Snow for Their Ideal Winter Getaway with Club Med's "Sea and Ski" Sale

MIAMI, Aug. 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- For those looking for a warm tropical escape this winter, Club Med presents all-inclusive sea vacations starting at only $129 per person, per night. For the ultimate ski escape with everything included, from lift tickets to expert instruction and delectable dining, the brand offers snowy getaways to 20 all-inclusive European ski resorts from $1,399 per person, per week. Travelers may enjoy "Sea and Ski Getaways" to a variety of Club Med resorts worldwide where kids under four stay free*, including properties in the Caribbean, Florida, Mexico, the Alps, Greece, Morocco and more. To take advantage of these special rates, guests must book by October 28, 2014 for travel through May 1, 2015.    

Dive into fun and sun at Club Med Cancun Yucatan or hit the slopes for thrill and chill at Club Med Valmorel in the French Alps

Travelers seeking a sun-filled vacation may enjoy Club Med's "premium sports" family resort, Sandpiper Bay in Florida, which offers highly acclaimed golf, tennis, volleyball and triathlon academies, as well as exotic destinations such as the charming Club Med Ixtapa in Mexico or the recently renovated Club Med Cancun Yucatan in Mexico, which boasts 60 stylish new two-bedroom beachfront accommodations, especially built with families in mind.

Winter sports lovers may indulge in Club Med's unparalleled ski offerings, each with miles of pristine slopes for skiers of all levels to enjoy. Guests searching for guaranteed snow are invited to the brand's new flagship ski resort in Val Thorens, France opening in December 2014, with direct access to the largest ski domain in the world, The Three Valleys. Those skiing with little ones may stay at Club Med Valmorel, which was named one of France's top three 'Best Hotels for Families' by TripAdvisor, or the Italian chalet-style Club Med Pragelato Viallatea, offering la 'Dolce Vita' to families and couples alike with more than 244 ski slopes at its doorstep, including the champion Sestriere (Turino) Olympic downhill and cross-country runs. 

Whether traveling as a family or a couple, Club Med offers the seamlessness of an all-inclusive escape with everything included in one convenient price from gourmet dining throughout the day with a full open bar of premium alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages to a variety of exciting activities complete with professional instruction and top-of-the-line equipment.

For more information or to make a reservation, visit www.clubmed.us, call 1-800-ClubMed (1-800-258-2633) or contact a preferred travel professional. For an inside look at Club Med, follow Club Med on facebook.com/ClubMed, Twitter @ClubMedOfficial or Instagram.com/ClubMed, subscribe to YouTube.com/ClubMed or download Club Med's innovative travel app for iPhone and iPad at www.clubmed.us/app.

General Conditions: Blackout dates and restrictions apply, including holidays and other dates. For Turkoise all guests must be 18 and older. Guests at Columbus Isle must be 2 and older. Club Med Membership fees of $60 per adult and $30 per child are additional. Other restrictions apply including brochure terms and cancellation/change fees. Not responsible for errors or omissions. Void where prohibited or restricted by law. See website for full terms and conditions. *Children aged under 4 years stay for free at select resorts during select travel dates.

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