Grand Mercure in Vietnam to Become a MGallery Hotel

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Tuesday, 2 June 2009

Accor is to rebrand the Grand Mercure La Veranda Resort and Spa in Vietnam as the groups first MGallery in Vietnam. The Grand Mercure will become La Veranda Resort, a member of the MGallery Collection of hotels, on 1 September 2009.

La Veranda Resort is located on the white sandy Duong Dong Beach on Phu Quoc Island, the largest island in Vietnam.

The resort is set in tropical lush green surroundings meeting the turquoise waters of the Gulf of Thailand.

With a design reminiscent of a French colonial seaside mansion, the 43-room and villa La Veranda Resort features dark woods, mosaic tiles, with exposed brickwork and ceiling fans, the hotel is a visit back to the days when Vietnam was known as Indochine.

Patrick Basset, Accor Vice President Vietnam, Philippines, South Korea and Japan said,
Upon the completion of the brand enhancement program, which involves the development of new
services and rituals and the deployment of a new identity unique to the hotel, La Veranda Resort and
Spa will be a worthy addition to the MGallery collection of hotels.

Today there are 21 MGallery hotels on 5 continents.

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