Club Med introduces new payment system

Thailand March 12, 2017 13:00

By The Nation

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The five-star luxury resort chain Club Med is rolling out a new payment system, Digital Bracelet, to give more premium holiday experiences to customers travelling to Club Med Kani and Finolhu Villas in the Maldives.

Designed to be more convenient and functional, this new high-tech wearable is embedded with an encoded chip, immerging multiple keyless functions that allow guests ease of unlocking their room doors and card-less payment. 

Evolving from the Club Med Cashless experience, it features strings of colourful beads that are traded for goods and services as part of the brand DNA and is a symbol of GMs (Gentil Membres) in the resorts. The transactions are captured via mobile readers at most points of sales.

It’s waterproof, so customers can wear it on their wrist at all times, even while they engage in watersports or take a shower. 

In addition, guests can download the Club Med Resorts app to get a seamless experience both in and out of the resorts. For more details call 02-001-8599 or visit