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Dusit Signs First Hotel in Vietnam

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Just days after signing its first hotel in Australia, Dusit International has now also signed its very first hotel in Vietnam.

The Dusit Thani hotel will be developed as part of the Cam Ranh Flowers Resort and is scheduled to open late-2016.

The beachfront hotel and branded residences will house 266 rooms and bungalows with a further 117 apartments and 56 residential villas available for purchase or rental.

Located on the countrys south central coast at Cam Rahn Bay, the resort will be a five-star mixed-use project, just 15 minutes by car from Cam Ranh International airport and 20 minutes from Nha Trang.

The resorts prime location will allow guests and residents to take complete advantage of the areas beautiful beaches, while recreational facilities within the resort complex will include the brands signature Devarana Spa as well as a sports centre with swimming pools.

Our launch into Vietnam marks an exciting milestone for Dusit International. Cam Ranh is an up and coming beach lovers resort destination. The peninsula and natural harbours there offer visitors calm waters surrounded by mountains and great weather conditions, said Mr Chanin Donavanik, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Dusit International. We believe that our Dusit Thani brand and trademark warm, gracious hospitality are a great fit for the market. The facilities will surely make the complex a destination not to be missed as well as pave the way for Dusit's future expansion into the country.

See also: Dusit Signs First Hotel in Australia

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