Club Med has embarked on an ambitious expansion project.
The pioneer in all-inclusive resorts plans to add 15 new properties to its worldwide roster by the end of 2020, opening five resorts per year between now and then.
Though you might associate Club Med with sunny spots in the Caribbean, major focuses of the company's latest efforts are Asia and the mountains of Europe.
Openings scheduled for 2018 include Club Med Joyview Great Wall in China's Hebei province; Club Med Cefalù, located along seaside cliffs in Sicily; and Les Arcs Panorama, a skiing-centered family resort in the French Alps.
Looking a little further down the road, you'll soon find new Club Med resorts in Indonesia, Sri Lanka, the Seychelles, and Quebec.
As an additional aspect of the project, several already existing resorts across the globe will undergo extensive renovations to freshen up rooms, dining areas, technology features, and other amenities.
Among the Club Med resorts slated for improvements in 2018 are those in Turks and Caicos and Martinique in the Caribbean, Cancun in Mexico (that property, which is pictured above, is getting 60 new guest rooms intended for families), and the Maldives in South Asia, where a scuba center and refurbished overwater bungalows are being unveiled.
To keep tabs on openings or to make a reservation at one of Club Med's 70 resorts in more than 30 countries, visit www.clubmed.us.