Best Western Premier Havana Nha Trang opens in Vietnam

Best Western International (BWI) has announced that it continues to expand in Southeast Asia with the opening of a new landmark property on the coast of Vietnam, BEST WESTERN PREMIER Havana Nha Trang.

Set on the shore of Nha Trang, a beach resort and one of Southeast Asia's fastest-growing tourism destinations, the new luxury resort will cater to domestic and international tourists.

Located on the city's Tran Phu Street and overlooking Nha Trang Bay, the 41-story BEST WESTERN PREMIER Havana Nha Trang hotel offers 200 rooms and suites, all with panoramic views across the sea and high-end amenities such as LCD TVs with satellite channels, complimentary Wi-Fi, and bathrooms with rain showers and separate bathtubs.

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Guests at the hotel can sample Vietnamese and international dishes at the hotel's restaurant. Other amenities include the infinity-edged outdoor swimming pool, which overlooks the sea; and for events, there is more than 16,000 square feet of conference and banquet space.

Best Western entered Asia and the Middle East in 2001 and now has hotels in 27 countries in the region.

Best Western International Inc., headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona, is a privately held hotel brand made up of more than 4,000 Best Western, Best Western PLUS, Best Western PREMIER hotels in more than 100 countries and territories worldwide.

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