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Travelodge announces 2022 opening of second property in Vietnam

by | 15 May 2020 | Chains

Travelodge announces second property in Vietnam. 

Travelodge continues its expansion into Southeast Asia with new Vietnamese property: even more welcome news in the context of COVID.

Vietnam will welcome its second Travelodge property in 2022. The group recently announced the planned opening of the Travelodge Phan Thiet, a good news story in the bleak landscape of hospitality news during the coronavirus. We find out more about this exciting new hotel.

Travelodge to land in Phan Thiet

The southern coastal city of Phan Thiet in Vietnam is set to become home to the second Travelodge property in the country. Travelodge Hotels announced the arrival of the Travelodge Phan Thiet via a press release at the end of April, right in the middle of the ongoing coronavirus crisis. There is recognition within the hospitality industry that the current scenario of lockdowns and restrictions cannot last forever, and hotel groups are readying themselves for a rebound in a world after Covid19.

The announcement of this new Vietnamese property falls in line with Travelodge’s expansion plans in Southeast Asia, where it has gradually been gaining a stronger foothold of late, beginning with the planned opening of its first hotel in Cam Ranh on the south-central coast of the country. The Travelodge Phan Thiet will welcome guests in 2022 and will be a good fit for the port city of Phan Thiet, which benefits from an extensive coastline, as well as a huge array of restaurants and adventure activities and watersports.

Features and amenities

The Travelodge Phan Thiet will boast an immense 900 rooms and will be conveniently located just a stone’s throw away from one of the coast’s pristine and enchanting beaches. Guests will be able to indulge in the many activities on offer around the hotel, including happening nightlife spots and a plethora of fun water-based rides and options.

Within the property itself, guests can avail of the swimming pool, gym and fitness centre, and all of the services that guests familiar with a Travelodge property have come to expect, such as complimentary WiFi and high standards of comfort and quality. Travelodge has a portfolio of over 1,000 international properties and is sure to add more to its Asia Pacific stock in the near future.



Operating primarily in the economy segment in the U.S. and in the midscale segment in Canada, hotels carrying either the Travelodge or Thriftlodge (Canada only) name offer a variety of standard amenities designed to keep guests close to adventure. 



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