Radisson signs new beachfront resort for Vietnam

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The Radisson Blu Hoi An will be the largest property in the company’s Asia-Pacific portfolio. Photo credit: Radisson Hotel Group

Radisson Hotel Group has signed a new beachfront property close to Hoi An, the port town on Vietnam’s central coast.

Scheduled to open in 2021, the Radisson Blu Hoi An will be on Hà My Beach, eight kilometers from Hoi An’s UNESCO World Heritage-listed town center and 30 minutes’ drive from Danang International Airport. 

With 734 rooms, suites and villas, the hotel will be the largest property in the company’s Asia-Pacific portfolio. Public spaces will include a water-sports and recreation center, several swimming pools, a spa, fitness center, kids’ club, rooftop garden, three restaurants, a lobby lounge and pool bar. 

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Developed by Indochina Hoi An Beach Villas Co. Ltd., a subsidiary of the Bamboo Capital Group, and designed by BAKH Architecture, Radisson Blu Hoi An will embrace eco-friendly features such as solar panels, rainwater harvesting systems, recycling, energy conservation and green walls.

Vietnam’s central coast is fast becoming one of Asia’s "most desirable" destinations, according to Katerina Giannouka, president/Asia-Pacific, Radisson Hotel Group. 

Vietnam is a key focus market for Radisson Hotel Group, and Radisson Blu Hoi An will be the company’s fourth property in the country, following Radisson Blu Resort Phu Quoc, Radisson Blu Resort Cam Ranh and Radisson Resort Phu Quoc Long Beach.

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