Mövenpick has signed a deal to manage its sixth
hotel in Vietnam.
The 148-key Mövenpick Resort Lang Co, scheduled
to open in Q4 2018, is located by the East Sea on an unspoiled
stretch of white sand beach on
the country’s central coast.
The resort will be located in one of Asia’s most
desirable holiday destinations and just 30km from Danang, the
largest city on Vietnam's central coast; 60km from Hoi An, the
country’s enchanting UNESCO-listed port town; and 70km from Hue,
the historic former capital city.
"Vietnam is a prime
development focus for Mövenpick as we look to secure our presence
in strategic locations across Asia," said Andrew Langdon,
Chief Development Officer at Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts.
"Our upcoming property in Lang Co will fill a gap in the market
for upscale properties on the country’s attractive central coast,
home to stunning beaches, a rich cultural heritage, and deemed an
idyllic haven by international travellers who have only just
started discovering the area."
Mövenpick Resort Lang Co will feature rooms,
suites and a collection of one, two and three-bedroom villas.
Leisure facilities will include a spa, fitness centre, outdoor swimming pool
and kids' club, while the 18-hole Laguna Lang Co golf course,
designed by sporting legend Sir Nick Faldo, is located just
During their stay, guests will be able to
relax with a refreshing drink at the pool bar or in the lobby
lounge and dine at the resort's two all-day restaurants, which
will serve Vietnamese dishes and international cuisine.
Already a popular MICE destination, the resort
will have several meeting rooms and an
already manages a hotel in Hanoi and will this year open the Mövenpick Resort Cam Ranh Bay and
Mövenpick Resort Lang Co. This development strategy will
gain further traction with the launch of Mövenpick Resort Phu Quoc
in 2019 and the opening of Mövenpick Resort & Spa Quy Nhon,
Mövenpick Hotel & Residences Han River, Danang and Mövenpick Hotel
Quang Binh in 2020.
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