Dream Hotel Group plans first of four Vietnam hotels

Courtesy of Dream Oceanami Villas & Spa

New York City-based hotel brand and management company Dream Hotel Group signed a deal with locally owned Beegreen Group to open the company’s first hotel in Vietnam. The Dream Oceanami Villas & Spa in Long Hai, Ba Ria-Vung Tau Province, is slated to open in June 2017. 
 
The 347-villa Dream Oceanami Villas & Spa will be the first of four new resort hotels developed by Beegreen Group and managed by Dream Hotel Group in Vietnam over the next two years. Future locations include Vung Tau City, Hoi An, Ho Tram and Con Dao.
 
“We are thrilled to see the Dream brand of hospitality resonate so widely abroad,” Dream Hotel Group CEO Jay Stein said in a statement. “With eleven new hotels on the horizon, Dream boasts the strongest portfolio ever in its 12-year history, and the opening of Dream Oceanami Villas & Spa, the first of four new properties in Vietnam, marks another key milestone in our continued growth and evolution.” Joining Dream Phuket Hotel & Spa and Dream Bangkok in Thailand, Dream Oceanami Villas & Spa is the third Asia-Pacific property for the group.
 
Dream Hotel Group plans to open more than 30 hotels and resorts in Asia over the next four years across all its hotel brands—Dream, Time, The Chatwal and Unscripted.
 
Earlier this year, Dream Hotel Group announced $1.5 billion in new hotel development for the Dream Hotels brand, including Doha in Qatar, the company’s first foray into the Middle East, and five other U.S. locations, all with independent hotel development partners. Future U.S. locations include Nashville, Dallas, Palm Springs, and two additional New York properties in Times Square and Long Island City.
 
The news follows that of the David Rockwell-designed Dream Hollywood opening at 6417 Selma Avenue in January 2017, and the first location of Dream Hotel Group’s new Unscripted brand, set to open in Durham, North Carolina in May 2017. 

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