“For nearly 45 years Club Med has accompanied Brazil in its remarkable tourism development. With a strong momentum in domestic travel and a resumption of ski vacations in the Alps in 2022, Brazil has become Club Med's fifth largest market. This new project of the first Exclusive Collection Resort in South of America demonstrates our desire to move forward providing our customers with a premium holiday experience in the unique destination of Gramado, and to contribute to the international reach of this destination, thanks to our position as world leader in premium all-inclusive Resort”, comments Henri Giscard d’Estaing.
According to Janyck Daudet, "this new project comes to reinforce our commitment to provide unforgettable family vacations in unique places. And Gramado is this destination, already recognized and loved by Brazilians, which offers fun and attractions for all tourist profiles. Now, with Club Med Gramado, travelers will have an option of a multicultural, diverse and safe environment, with a series of activities and experiences within the premium all inclusive service for which we are recognized worldwide ".
For Dody Sirena, "in addition to the honor of being partners of Club Med, as a company that was born in Rio Grande do Sul, it is a privilege to be together in the implementation of a resort of excellence in Gramado. Over more than 40 years in the entertainment industry, we have learned that tourism needs events to shine and that was our inspiration to dream up this project. We will blend our experience with the culture and tradition of Rio Grande do Sul and the knowledge of the largest tourism brand in the world."
Currently, Club Med is the world leader in all inclusive and experiential premium holidays, with around 70 units spread across 26 countries. In Brazil, it has three Resorts: Club Med Lake Paradise (Mogi das Cruzes, SP), Club Med Rio das Pedras (Mangaratiba, RJ) and Club Med Trancoso (Bahia). DC Set Group is nationally known for the management and commercialization of multicultural spaces, such as Villa Lobos and Água Branca parks (in São Paulo), Pedreiras (in Curitiba), Cais Embarcadero (in Porto Alegre), in addition to the São Paulo Zoo, and for the great cultural projects it develops, such as the Tomorrowland Brasil and Planeta Atlântida festivals.