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Swiss-Belhotel to expand in Vietnam

Released at: 14:17, 13/11/2019

Swiss-Belhotel to expand in Vietnam

Photo: Swiss-Belresort Tuyen Lam Dalat — Swiss-Belhotel International

Hong Kong-based hospitality company to broaden portfolio with new hotels, resorts, and residences.

by Linh San

Hong Kong-based hospitality company Swiss-Belhotel International has revealed plans to expand its portfolio in Vietnam with a series of new hotels, resorts, and residences.

The plan includes three properties. Swiss-Belresort Tuyen Lam is an elegant upscale retreat in the country’s central highlands, not far from Da Lat. Surrounded by rolling hills, the European-style hotel features 151 rooms, the Swiss Café restaurant and outdoor terrace, seven function rooms, and extensive leisure facilities, including an 18-hole golf course.

Swiss-Belhotel Suites & Residences Ha Long Bay is scheduled to open before the end of the year, overlooking the spectacular UNESCO World Heritage site. The new property features 298 apartment-style rooms for short and extended stays plus impressive facilities including a spa, a fitness center, swimming pools, multiple food and beverage outlets, a ballroom, and meeting rooms.

Then, in 2022, Swiss-Belresort Bai Dai Phu Quoc will open its doors on the pristine coast of the island off the coast of southern Vietnam. Nestled directly on a sandy beach, the exquisite resort will comprise 218 rooms and villas plus outdoor pools, a spa, and a choice of dining options, including a seafood restaurant and a beach club. It will also have space for events and weddings.

“With our international service standards and first-class facilities, Swiss-Belhotel International is perfectly positioned to meet rising demand in all sectors of the market,” said Mr. Edward Faull, Swiss-Belhotel International’s Executive Director and Vice President Operations and Development in Vietnam.

Swiss-Belhotel International’s developments in Vietnam form part of a broader global growth strategy.

By the end of 2020, the group expects to increase its total portfolio to 250 properties comprising approximately 25,000 rooms under 14 diverse brands, spanning the hospitality spectrum from economy to luxury.

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