All three properties will be managed by Meliá Hotels International. With the region’s rising affluence, improved infrastructure, and increased flight connectivity, there is an enormous potential in the growing “bleisure” market in Vietnam, which is a booming tourism hotspot and a priority market for the group.
According to Bernardo Cabot Estarellas, senior vice president, Asia-Pacific of Meliá Hotels International, Vietnam is quickly emerging as a top travel and business destination and is a big part of the firm’s strategic focus for the Asia-Pacific.
As the financial and business hub of the country, Ho Chi Minh City is awash with bustling energy and is the main entry and exit point to the country.
All three hotels enjoy convenient access, just six kilometres from Tan Son Nhat International Airport, easily connecting the new urban hotels with the groups’ existing domestic resort properties, Meliá Danang and Sol Beach House Phu Quoc.
With these three new properties extending the group’s presence in the Vietnam, Meliá Hotels International will continue to set the benchmark for service quality, with unique Spanish touches, catering to the growing mass of discerning travellers.
In 2018, Meliá Hotels International maintains its robust momentum in Asia, with 20 hotels currently in operation and 27 hotels in the pipeline, and looks to double its portfolio in the region by 2020.