Club Med has announced the opening of its highly anticipated Chinese ski resort, based in Beidahu, becoming the second of the company’s Chinese ski resorts and its fifth resort in China overall.

Situated in the Jilin province, two hours from Beijing, the all-inclusive holiday resort is available now for Brits to book to stay from November within its 176 rooms comprising of 11 standard club rooms, 154 deluxe rooms, eight premium suites, two family suites and one presidential suite.

The resort features the latest in digital hospitality including an official resort mobile chat service connecting guests directly to customer services, in-resort Apple Pay and a range of digital navigation screens situated around the resort to offer information and directions.

The large, newly-redeveloped resort also features a fitness room, spa and jacuzzi, alongside a range of activities including archery, darts, table football, ping pong, air hockey and an entertainment room. Guests have more than 19 ski slopes in the Beidahu ski area to choose from, with runs for all levels - from beginners to more confident of skiers.

Meanwhile, children can enjoy the freedom of the company’s snow garden from four years, while parents can take advantage of group ski lessons included in the price and available for all levels. The resort will go on sale from May 3 for holidays from November.

To book or for more information see or call 020-3773 1554.

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