Club Med coming to China

The famous foam parties are heading to China.

Club Med announced it will open new hotels at the Sun Mountain Yabuli resort, a destination ski resort in northern China. The two hotels will make up Club Med Yabuli Resort and include 133 and 155 rooms, respectively in each hotel.

According to a press release, Club Med will provide up to $3 million in funding for additions to the two hotels that include new facilities and renovations that are synonymous with the Club Med brand.

Melco China Resorts, also located in the Sun Mountain Yabuli Resort, will manage all ski activities, retail and commercial operations, winter and summer resort attractions, mountain operations (lifts and snowmaking), and the existing 20-suite mountain top hotel and mountain top dining.

“China is an exciting and dynamic country for tourism and one we are committed to as a growth market for Club Med,” said Henri Giscard D’Estaing, Chairman of Club Med. “Over the last two years we have conducted extensive consumer research and the number of mainland Chinese guests visiting our Asian resorts continues to grow. We have reviewed many resorts across the entire country and in Sun Mountain Yabuli and Melco China Resorts, we have found a resort and company that shares our focus for excellence and the overall customer experience.”