TORONTO — Club Med has released renderings of its meeting spaces for the future Club Med Québec Charlevoix — the first Club Med resort in Canada and the brand’s first four-season mountain resort — which will open its doors December 2021.
The design concepts for the future resort will be reminiscent of a Quebec patchwork quilt, with different wings drawing inspiration from the characteristics of each season. The corporate spaces will spotlight ‘the quintessential Quebec fall,’ with bright autum colours.
The corporate spaces, totaling 432-square-metres (4,650 sq. ft.), will be divided into adaptable meeting rooms and the foyer. The meeting spaces will be flexible in size and can be separated into three distinct rooms depending on the number of guests. An additional private conference room will be available for smaller breakout meetings and the foyer is designed to accommodate impromptu meetings over coffee.
The concept was developed by Quebec City-based architectural and design firm, Lemay Michaud, which is also handling the full interior design of the resort.
“We’re delighted to present new renderings of the future Club Med Québec Charlevoix. The meeting spaces have been designed to meet the needs and expectations of the corporate market,” says Jacinda Lowry, national Sales director for Club Med Canada. “The resort’s contemporary and sleek appearance, combined with an exceptional all-inclusive hotel offer, will be a major asset in welcoming corporate groups of all sizes.”
Club Med Québec Charlevoix’s new accommodation, catering and meeting spaces take inspiration from their local surroundings, with warm interiors that feature the latest amenities and infrastructure. The package for the all-inclusive stay will include accommodation, meals throughout the day, unlimited drinks, ski-lift tickets, ski lessons and additional activities.
Under Club Med’s Safe-Together program, many measures have been put in place to ensure the safety of guests and staff. As Club Med looks ahead to the launch of Québec Charlevoix in December 2021, it will continue to monitor the situation closely and apply all necessary health-and-safety measures to its current and future resorts.