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The Best Club Med Resorts in 2022

After a global pandemic that has driven us apart, it’s time to come together again.

Booming, luxury all-inclusive Club Med resorts are the ideal place.

I have a genuine passion for Club Med holidays and the emotions it arouses.

So I took the time to determine which Club Med resorts are the best and why.

Follow this guide and you’re sure to have the best Club Med experience possible.

What is the best Club Med Resort?

#Club MedBest For
1. KaniLocated on a private-resort island covered in lush tropical vegetation. You’ll definitely feel like you are alone in the world.
2. GregolimanoA truly breathtaking setting for an unforgettable family vacation. Simply the best Club Med in Europe!
3. BaliSurrounded by a huge 18-acre park, a whole world of pure luxury and sophistication.
4. CancúnA magnificent setting of crystal-clear warm waters, giant turtles and coral reef.
5. Bintan IslandPristine beaches and unspoiled landscapes only a few miles away from the bustling and cosmopolitan Singapore.

1. Club Med Kani

PROS
– The lush tropical vegetation
– The white sand beach with crystal-clear waters
– The kindness of G.Os
– The stunning glass-bottom bar
CONS
– The expensive cost of extra-activities

Book Club Med Kani:
From £1,146 per person:

2. Club Med Gregolimano

PROS
– The best Club Med in Europe
– The beach, absolutely stunning
– The large number of beach chairs put at guests’ disposal
CONS
– Generally quite noisy

Book Club Med Gregolimano:
From £895 per person:

3. Club Med Bali

PROS
– The exotic experience guaranteed
– The extreme kindness of staff and Balinese people
– The fun atmosphere at the bar
CONS
– The noisy air conditioners in bedrooms

Book Club Med Bali:
From £723 per person:

4. Club Med Cancún

PROS
– The location, away from Cancún’s concrete buildings
– The wonderful seabed
– The big turtles on the beach
– The gym
CONS
– Excessive cost of spa treatments​

Book Club Med Cancún:
From £688 per person:

5. Club Med Bintan Island

PROS
– The world-class restaurant (which would deserve an award)
– The stunning spa
– The joy and happiness all around the resort
CONS
– The limited restaurants’ operating hours

Book Club Med Bintan Island:
From £998 per person:

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