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Resort Vacations opens Hanoi office

Released at: 11:19, 18/05/2017

Resort Vacations opens Hanoi office

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The ultimate goal of Resort Vacations together with Classic Holidays is to increase both inbound and outbound travel and tourism in Vietnam, Resort Vacations' President tells opening ceremony.

by Thu Hoang

The new Hanoi office of Resort Vacations celebrated its grand opening on the 17th floor of the HCO Building at 44B Ly Thuong Kiet Street, Hoan Kiem district, on May 17.

Resort Vacations has already enjoyed great success over the past 18 months with its first office in Ho Chi Minh City, with hundreds of members already enjoying vacations internationally and domestically, according to Mr. Peter James, President of Resort Vacations.

Established in 2015 in Ho Chi Minh City, Resort Vacations was appointed by Classic Holiday Clubs Pty Ltd, Australia’s largest resort and club management company, as the exclusive distributor of the flexible and affordable “Classic Escapes” membership product in Vietnam.

The outstanding success of its office in Ho Chi Minh City over the past year prompted the expansion to Hanoi. Aside from the product’s value and flexibility, the popularity of Australia as a destination has been a key factor in its success.

“The ultimate goal of Resort Vacations together with Classic Holidays is to increase both inbound and outbound travel and tourism in Vietnam, as Vietnam is a dream location for Australians, as is Australia for Vietnamese,” Mr. James told the opening ceremony. “Resort Vacations and Classic Holidays are already looking to secure accommodations in Vietnam for members, with a keen focus on purchasing apartments and a resort or even building a resort.”

Founded in 1978, Classic Holidays manages over 65,000 member families and more than 30 properties across Australia and New Zealand.

It also provides flexible and affordable membership options for families to enjoy the highest quality holidays throughout Australia, New Zealand and around the world, with more than 8,500 resorts and 40,000 hotels in its global network.

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