The hotel is aimed at attracting Japanese business travellers, according to Nikkei.
Slated to open in 2020, the 21-storey hotel will have 451 guest rooms. Of these, 182 will be managed as extended-stay rooms , with management of the remaining 269 rooms will be outsourced to Okura Nikko Hotel Management.
|A rendering of Daiwa House’s planned hotel in Hai Phong, Vietnam. (Photo: asia.nikkei.com)
Haiphong is Vietnam’s third-largest city after HCM City and Hanoi. The hotel will be some 10 minutes by car from the city centre in an area near large industrial parks, making for an easy commute. Luxury residences and a hospital are being built nearby.
Daiwa House’s subsidiary Fujita will break ground on the building in June. The extended-stay rooms will include services such as housekeeping and will be managed by a group company.
Expected to be part of the Hotel Nikko family, the hotel will include exercise facilities and an outdoor pool open to all guests.