Club Med Sahoro, Hokkaido, Japan

REVIEW

With powdery slopes, and unique experiences and entertainment for all ages, look no further than Club Med Sahoro for the ultimate family snow holiday. Located in Shintoku, central Hokkaido, this ski-in, ski-out resort sits at the base of the ski slopes, within an idyllic woodland setting.

Ideal for beginners right through to advanced skiers and snowboarders, there are nine beginner ski runs, five intermediate and seven advanced, with eight ski lifts and a gondola which takes you to the top of Mt Sahoro, from which the views are spectacular.

Professional instructors, including former Olympic athletes, are on hand to offer individual and group lessons for all ages and levels, and ski lift passes are also included.

There’s also plenty to do off the slopes – enjoy horse-riding through beautiful woodland, try ice fishing, go snow trekking, enjoy a traditional tea ceremony, indulge your tastebuds, get pampered at the spa, swim in the huge indoor pool, or relax with a soak in the outdoor Canadian hot tub as snowflakes fall around you.

Kids (and parents) will love the Kids Club and there are two fantastic dining options – The Daichi, a buffet featuring fresh local and international flavours, and specialty restaurant Mina Mina, offering Nabe, a must-do traditional hot-pot experience.

And don’t miss the night entertainment with performances and themed parties in the international and festive atmosphere Club Med is renowned for.

Best of all, with Club Med’s Premium All-Inclusive offer, the holiday is hassle-free, making it a consistent TripAdvisor favourite.

Opening December 2017, Club Med Tomamu will offer premium accommodation, world-class skiing and a range of unique winter-wonderland style experiences, including an Ice Village, amongst stunning mountain terrain.

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