Club Med has announced details of the upcoming opening of its reimagined ski resort in the French Alps, Club Med Alpe d’Huez.

Opening December 15, the resort – situated in the Grandes Rousses mountains – will once again welcome guests, providing an all-new upscale experience. The resort recently completed a €98m renovation, earning it its “Fourth Trident,” to provide guests with an elevated, four-star winter family vacation experience.

The 441-room resort boasts three separate accommodation categories – Superior Rooms, Deluxe Rooms and Suites – that are customisable to fit guests’ comfort preferences.

The resort’s panoramic views of the valley and slopes extend all the way through its restaurants as well, offering the perfect backdrop for its multicultural and refined gastronomy. The resort will feature two restaurants and one main bar.

Guests seeking active experiences outside of traditional skiing and snowboarding can also opt for the following activities: snowshoeing, hiking, Nordic walking, cross-country skiing, skijoring, dog sledding, paragliding, rail sledding, ice skating, swimming lessons at the resort’s indoor pool, and the resort’s must-try experience of virtual reality sledding. For a more relaxing experience, guests can also self-indulge at the Club Med Spa by PAYOT and at an adult-exclusive wellness lounge with calm music, essential oils, comfy seating areas, and yoga and meditation classes.