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Frasers Hospitality Opens First Property in Vietnam

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Frasers Hospitality has stepped up the pace of its expansion with todays grand opening of its first property in Vietnam, the Fraser Suites Hanoi.

The 170-unit Fraser Suites Hanoi is located in the prestigious, central Westlake district with views across the city to the lake and Red River from the top floors of the 25-storey building.

 Fraser Suites Hanoi is located on floors 6-25 and comprises one, two and three bedroom residences in single storey or duplex configurations.

 The sizable rooms showcase the expanse of the Westlake district and the picturesque lake in front of the property.

Comprehensive facilities include a resort-style swimming pool for a cool retreat; gymnasium, restaurant and an indoor/outdoor play area for children which leads onto the sweeping gardens surrounding the Syrena Tower complex. Guests in the meeting rooms can enjoy the calming view of the verdant gardens.

The interconnected Syrena shopping centre offers a distinctive mix of niche interior design shops as well as a supermarket and a restaurant.

With the opening today of Fraser Suites Hanoi, the company has expanded its global footprint across Europe, North Asia, Southeast Asia, Middle East and Australia to include more than 4,800 individual apartments in its current portfolio.

And, with another 3000 apartments already on the drawing board, Frasers is on course to manage more than 8,000 units by the end of 2010.

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