Radisson Hotel Group signs upscale resort in Vietnam

i By July 10, 2022 No Comments

Radisson Hotel Group continues to expand its portfolio in Vietnam with the signing of a brand-new upscale resort in Mui Ne, the popular beachside destination on the country’s southeast coast.

Scheduled to open in the third quarter of 2023, Radisson Resort Mui Ne is nestled on Soui Nuoc Beach, a stretch of seafront that is safe for swimming as well as soaking up the sun.

The hotel will feature 128 contemporary rooms and suites, ranging in size from 345-square-foot Standard Rooms and 484-square-foot Superior Rooms to 1,163-square-foot villas. Resort amenities include a spa, a fitness center, and multiple dining and drink options. It will also have two dedicated event spaces: a 3,000-square-foot conference room and a 1,723-square-foot multipurpose room.

“We are delighted to announce the signing of Radisson Resort Mui Ne. This impressive new resort will provide a wide range of facilities to cater to every type of traveler, from couples seeking a romantic retreat to fun-filled family vacations, seafront events and more. I look forward to this partnership with Truong Hai Services and Tourism LLC with Radisson Hotel Group to bring this outstanding new resort to life,” said David Ng, managing director, Indochina and Strategic Partnerships, SE Asia & Pacific, Radisson Hotel Group.

“Mui Ne has always been a popular destination for Vietnamese travelers, and we are excited to partner with Radisson Hotel Group to introduce the Radisson brand to the region,” said (Ms.) Nguyen Mai Ngoc, chairwoman, Truong Hai Services and Tourism LLC. “We expect Radisson Resort Mui Ne to command a strong mix of domestic and international guests, including leisure and corporate travelers, enabled by Radisson’s strong global network.”

Overlooking the ocean in Vietnam’s Binh Thuan province, Mui Ne is just a short drive from Ho Chi Minh City and Vietnam’s main international airport. It was traditionally known as a quiet weekend destination, blessed with palm-lined sandy beaches and quaint fishing villages. Today, visitors can enjoy water sports such as kite surfing, paddle boarding, and surfing as well as quad biking and sand boarding on the area’s red- and white-sand dunes.