The opening will be the brand’s first new US resort in over 20 years.
“We are delighted to bring Snowbasin their very first lodging property and introduce the spectacular region to travelers from all over the world,” said Henri Giscard D’Estaing, Club Med’s president and CEO.
The 320-room ski-in/ski-out resort is part of a larger master plan recently announced by Snowbasin, which also includes additional beginner ski domains, new lift infrastructure, and retail, and lodging areas at the base.
“Club Med is known for pioneering new destinations, and we are eager to introduce Snowbasin to travelers as well as bring the very first luxury all-inclusive mountain resort to the U.S.,” said Carolyne Doyon, president and CEO of Club Med North America and the Caribbean. “Continuing our 70-year legacy, Club Med Utah will give travelers additional opportunities to discover Utah’s natural beauty and welcoming communities through a transformative mountain getaway experience.”