Brand focus: Radisson Blu comes to historic Hoi An, Vietnam [Infographic]
Announcing the opening of the Radisson’s latest property in Vietnam
The Radisson Blu will bring beachfront-style to Vietnam’s Central Coast in 2021.
Radisson Hotel Group has signed a stylish, design-led beachfront property near Hoi An, a heritage port town on Vietnam’s central coast.
The property is scheduled to debut in 2021, and, when it does, it will be nestled on the sands of Hà My Beach.
From there it is just 8 kilometres from Hoi An’s UNESCO World Heritage-listed town centre, as well as just a 30-minute drive from Danang International Airport.
The property will be infused with tropical touches, all of which will add up to an elegant, low-rise property built around a series of reflective pools, complete with wooden walkways and landscaped gardens.
A haven of tropical relaxation
The stylish touches of the Radisson Blu in Hoi An, Vietnam are wonderful, but there is more to it than that.
The hotel will be comprised of 734 total rooms, suites and villas, making it the single largest property in Radisson’s Asia Pacific portfolio.
Guests will be able to soak up the location’s seafront ambience which will include a water sports and recreation centre, several swimming pools, a spa, a fitness centre, a kids’ club and a tranquil rooftop garden.
In addition, the Radisson Blu Hoi An will boast a selection of three restaurants, all of which will serve authentic local and international cuisine, as well as a lobby lounge and a pool bar.
Officials say the property will become a new hub for destination weddings and events, with a bright ballroom, state-of-the-art meeting facilities and the private beach for alfresco occasions.
Every stay will be underpinned by Radisson Blu‘s signature “Yes I Can” service philosophy, creating meaningful and memorable guest experiences.
The development of the Radisson Blu in Hoi An, Vietnam
The new hotel is being developed by Indochina Hoi An Beach Villas Company Limited, a subsidiary of the Bamboo Capital Group designed by BAKH Architecture.
In addition, the Radisson Blu Hoi An will embrace eco-friendly features such as solar panels, rainwater harvesting systems, recycling, energy conservation, green walls and more, further enhancing its connection with the environment.
Vietnam is a key focus market for Radisson Hotel Group, and Radisson Blu Hoi An becomes the company’s fourth property in this dynamic South East Asia country, following Radisson Blu Resort Phu Quoc, Radisson Blu Resort Cam Ranh and Radisson Resort Phu Quoc Long Beach.
According to the TOPHOTELCHAINS online database 74 hotel projects are currently in Radisson Blu’s pipeline:
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