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Best Western Opens Premier Hotel in Nha Trang

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Best Western International has continued its expansion in Southeast Asia with the launch of a new hotel on the coast of Vietnam - Best Western Premier Havana Nha Trang hotel.

Centrally located on the city's Tran Phu Street and overlooking Nha Trang Bay, the 41-story Best Western Premier Havana Nha Trang hotel offers 200 rooms and suites, all with panoramic views across the sea.

Rooms feature LCD TVs with satellite channels, complimentary Wi-Fi and luxurious bathrooms with rain showers and separate bathtubs.

Vietnam's tourism industry is booming and demand for resort destinations such as Nha Trang has never been higher, said BWI's Vice President of International Operations for Asia & the Middle East, Glenn de Souza. We are delighted to bring our luxury Best Western Premier brand to Nha Trang, and I feel confident that the hotel will appeal to the new well-heeled breed of traveler the city now attracts. With our superb location, range of international facilities and world class service, I am certain Best Western Premier Havana Nha Trang Hotel will become a new landmark of luxury in this exciting city.

Guests at the hotel can sample Vietnamese and International dishes at the hotel's restaurant, or soak up the tropical sun in the infinity-edged outdoor swimming pool, which overlooks the sea.

For corporate guests there is also 1,500m of conference and banqueting space for large or small events.

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