Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts to expand in Vietnam with new resort

Mövenpick Resort Lang Co, Vietnam

Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts is boosting its expansion plans across Vietnam, signing a deal to manage the Mövenpick Resort Lang Co, which is slated to open in Q4 2018.

On the country’s central coast, near the East Sea, the new hotel is the hospitality firm’s sixth property in the pipeline for Vietnam. The Mövenpick Resort Lang Co will have 148 guestrooms, suites and villas. It will also be close to Danang, Hoi An, Hue and Danang International Airport.

The Mövenpick Resort Cam Ranh Bay is also scheduled to kickstart the hotel company's year with its opening this month. While Mövenpick manages the resort, Eurowindow invested in its development in the center of the Bai Dai coast. The property has 121 villas, 250 guestrooms and 96 serviced apartments. 


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In partnership with Vicoland Group Joint Stock, the hotel group will develop the  Mövenpick Hotel & Residences Han River, Danang in central Vietnam where the Han River meets the South China Sea. Like Mövenpick Resort Lang Co, the new hotel on the Han River will be near the Danang International Airport. It will have 150 guestrooms and 354 branded apartments once it opens in Q3 2019. 
Mövenpick's Vietnam pipeline also includes the Mövenpick Resort Phu Quoc opening in 2019, the Mövenpick Resort & Spa Quy Nhon, Mövenpick Hotel & Residences Han River, Danang and Mövenpick Hotel Quang Binh all opening in 2020.

In total, Mövenpick aims to have 30 properties open and operating in Asia and 125 globally by 2020. 

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