Sheraton Danang Resort to open in 2018

Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide Inc. has announced that it Sheraton brand will debut in Danang, Vietnam's third largest city, with the signing of Sheraton Danang Resort, a beachfront property. Scheduled to open in early 2018, the agreement with Oriental Sea Villas and Hotel Company Ltd follows the signing of Four Points by Sheraton Danang, which will open in 2017.

The Sheraton Danang Resort will be located on the Danang Beach and will feature 250 guestrooms. Upon completion, the hotel will boast 1,066 square meters (11,474 square feet) of meeting and function space, including two ballrooms and five meeting rooms. In addition, the resort will open the Shine Spa for Sheraton alongside one of the brand's signature restaurants and one other dining venue. Recreation facilities will include a swimming pool and the state-of-the-art Sheraton Fitness.

The Sheraton Danang Resort will be located 6.2 kilometers from Danang International Airport, the third busiest airport in Vietnam. Danang is considered a gateway to several of Vietnam's UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the Imperial City of Huế, the Old Town of Hội An, and the Mỹ Sơn ruins.

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Sheraton Danang Resort will join the Starwood portfolio of four operating properties in Vietnam — Sheraton Hanoi Hotel, Sheraton Saigon Hotel & Towers, Sheraton Nha Trang Hotel & Spa and the recently opened Le Meridien Saigon — and one more in the pipeline, Four Points by Sheraton Danang.

PHOTO SHOWS CONCEPT OF FOUR POINTS BY SHERATON DANANG 

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