Club Med announces early bird flash sale for 2018 featuring Maldives
Luxe resort chain Club Med has launched its early bird flash sale, giving travellers the chance to save up to 30 percent off holidays across the world, including the Maldives.
The flash sale runs until the end of Thursday for stays between May 1, 2018 to October 31, 2018. To be eligible for the discount, a minimum three-night stay is required.
Holidays in this sale start from as little as USD 860 per person, originally USD 1,230 per person. This is for a seven-night stay in Kamarina, Italy in a Club Bungalow room. Most all-inclusive packages, including this one, includes the use of select sporting equipment, kids’ clubs and a drinks package.
Under the sale, a seven-night stay in the Maldives costs USD 5,020 per person. Originally for USD 7,140 per person, this all-inclusive stay is for a Beach Villa in Club Med’s Finolhu Villas resort.
Club Med, the French pioneer of luxury all-inclusive holiday experience, runs two resorts in the Maldives; Club Med Kani and Club Med Finolhu Villas.
Redesigned in 2010 and located on a paradise island garden in the Maldives with a magnificent lagoon in the north of Male atoll, Club Med Kani is a quiet and unique resort, ideal for couples. An 800-metre sandy, private beach is equipped with deckchairs, parasols, hammocks, showers and a beach bar, while guests also have access to an infinity pool located on the edge of the beach, a sailing academy with specialist instructors and the Club Med Spa by Mandara Spa. Two restaurants and two bars are on offer and for Five Trident guests, the Five Trident Luxury Space provides an exclusive area with luxury accommodation, private swimming pool and access to all the services and activities at the resort.
Occupying the island of Gasfinolhu, a 40-minute boat ride from the main Velana International Airport, Club Med Finolhu Villas features 52 villas — over water and on the beach — that line the sunrise and sunset sides of the island. The resort sets itself from other properties in the Maldives with its “eco chic” offering; built from sustainable materials and 100 percent powered by the solar panels that line the roofs of the jetties.