Club Med will build resorts in four destinations, including Quebec, Vietnam, Sri Lanka and the Seychelles. Picture: Supplied.

Club Med will build resorts in four destinations, including Quebec, Vietnam, Sri Lanka and the Seychelles.
Olivier Hannaert, Managing Director of Club Med Southern Africa, said the new resorts were in line with the international development strategy of opening between three and five new resorts per year, internationally, between now and 2020.

The first resort, Le Massif de Charlevoix in Quebec, is expected to open in 2020.
It is Club Med’s first resort in Canada. Just one hour from Québec International airport, the resort is designed to convey the authentic “Québécois” spirit for all travellers.

There will be two new destinations in South-East Asia. The Club Med Ceylon resort in south-western Sri Lanka will open in 2019, while the Ho Tram resort, close to Ho Chi Minh City in the south-east of Vietnam, will open in 2021.

The one in Sri Lanka does not have a launch date, however it will offer 372 rooms. The Sri Lanka resort is just 90 minutes from Colombo International airport and will reflect  Sri Lanka’s unique culture and cuisine, vibrant traditional colours and  bustling lifestyle. The last resort in Sainte-Anne Island, Seychelles will launch in 2020.  The resort will boast 295 rooms.