Swiss-Belhotel lines up stunning new Vietnamese resort

by | 01 Jul 2020 | Projects

(Swissbel Resorts)

Hotel management group Swiss-Belhotel International has signed a memorandum of understanding that paves the way for the creation of the spectacular Swiss-Belresort Eagles Mui Ne.

Swiss-Belhotel International is partnering with the Eagles Group to develop an oasis resort on the idyllic Vietnamese coastline of Mui Ne. We find out more.

Swiss-Belhotel to ramp up presence in Vietnam

Swiss-Belhotel is continuing to expand its presence in Vietnam with the signing of a memorandum of understanding for a stunning new property at Mui Ne in the south-east of the country. Chairman and president of Swiss-Belhotel International Gavin Faull said: “We are in the midst of a major expansion drive in Vietnam, and Swiss-Belresort Eagle Mui Ne is obviously a key element of that endeavour.”

A newbuild development, the property is due to open in the latter half of 2023. Boasting 600 keys, the resort’s guests will be able to take full advantage of its unique location, which benefits from large stretches of pristine coastline, as well as high winds perfect for various water and adventure sports, such as windsurfing, kite surfing and sailing.

Notable features at Swiss-Belresort Eagles Mui Ne

This new resort will be geared squarely towards the discerning traveller, whether coming from elsewhere in Vietnam or around the world.

A wide range of F&B options are promised onsite, from poolside meals to rooftop bars overlooking the ocean. There will also be a health and wellness centre with a gym and treatment rooms, as well as ample meeting and conference facilities for corporate events.

The Hong Kong-based group already operates the Swiss-Belresort Tuyen Lam, Dalat and has two further properties in development in Ha Long and Phu Quoc. Moreover, the company has ambitious plans to grow its Vietnamese portfolio to at least 15 hotels and resorts by 2021.

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Swiss-Belhotel International operates as a hotel management company in China, Vietnam, the Philippines, Indonesia, Australia, and the Middle East.

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