In December 2021 opened the first Club Med Resort in Canada, Québec Charlevoix which immediately became the first all-inclusive Resort in the area. It’s also the first mountain Resort opening in North America in more than 15 years
Where the sea & mountains meet
The Charlevoix region offers fantastic landscapes and views of steep cliffs, national parks and charming villages nestled at the base of the hills or in peaceful coves. The landscapes continue to inspire artists, painters, poets, writers, and musicians.
A spectacular & authentic immersion into Canada
To ensure the operation of the facility, 350 positions have been created, with a large number of employees coming from the province of Québec which will result in a boost of the local economy. People form the hospitality, catering, childcare, sports are welcome to join the team!
Club Med Québec Charlevoix will be open 12 months a year. In winter, it will focus on skiing and snow sports at Le Massif de Charlevoix. During the summer months, mountain biking and hiking will be in the spotlight, with Le Massif now offering 20 trails for this sport, in addition to 20 km of walking trails. Enough to keep our teams busy as they enjoy the wonders of the region on their days off.
“Living there is amazing, as you get the cozy feeling of being in a winter cabin, but without the isolation, surrounded by wonderful, warm people to interact, perform and grow with.”
Happy to care with local partnerships & UNESCO classification
Club Med is committed to supporting local suppliers and bringing delicious specialties, “from Farm to Table”. In an effort to support local producers and promote native culinary traditions, nearly 80%of the resort's products will be produced in Canada.
With official support from the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), the region is both a cultural and environmental treasure. As a Club Med G.O or G.E, visit the Historic District of Old Québec, a UNESCO World Heritage Centre, or explore the natural beauty of Charlevoix, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.