Angsana Properties Lang Co marks sales launch of Laguna Lang Co

Angsana Properties Lang Co has marked the recent property sales launch of Laguna Lang Co.

Developed and managed by the Banyan Tree Group, Laguna Lang Co will, upon completion, be the first fully integrated resort in Vietnam. It will also be the largest, with 2,000 hotel keys under the management of seven international hotel, resort and spa operators; a championship golf course; resort residences; convention facilities; and a town center with retail and recreational facilities.

Two specific components of the Laguna Lang Co formula were highlighted during the recent event: the launch of Angsana Properties beachfront resort investment property, and the design of the resort golf course by Sir Nick Faldo.

The villas at Laguna Lang Co were designed by Architrave Design & Planning, the design arm of the Banyan Tree Group. Villa buyers are entitled to membership in the Angsana Properties Owners Club, wherein members can book stays at other Angsana Properties locations around the world. They can choose to receive a 6% fixed return for six years or opt for a share of the actual room revenue. When owners are offsite, properties can be included in the hotel inventory.

The resort hotel and golf course are scheduled for grand openings in 2012.

Managed by the Banyan Tree Group, Angsana Properties Lang Co marks the launch of the Angsana Properties brand worldwide.  Others to be launched are Angsana Properties Phuket and Angsana Properties Bintan before the yearend.

Angsana Properties' Laguna Phuket (aerial view)

Angsana Properties' Banyan Tree Phuket

Angsana Properties' Laguna Phuket (Bangtao Beach)

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