Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group is to launch a second new hotel in Vietnam, with plans for a resort property in Da Nang.
The group is already planning a hotel in Saigon for 2022, but the latest project is a beach resort in Da Nang, one of Vietnam’s fastest growing leisure hot spots.
Mandarin Oriental, Da Nang, which will open in 2024, is on a 30km-stretch of beach and will be home to 69 villas and 18 residences with all accommodation set in private gardens with pools.
A variety of cuisines will be offered at five restaurant and bars, all with waterfront settings. Other features of the resort will include a beachfront pavilion designed for wedding celebrations and a Mandarin Oriental Spa, which will offer the group’s signature wellness therapies and treatments.
The resort will also have a large, beachfront pool, watersports pavilion and a children’s club.
The hotel’s location in Da Nang means it will also be convenient for attractions such as the Unesco World Heritage sites of Hoi An, My Son and the royal city of Hue.
“Da Nang is a leading leisure destination in Asia, and we are delighted to be working with our partners to create a world-class resort here, together with residences,” said James Riley, group chief executive of Mandarin Oriental. “The project will complement our hotel in Saigon, providing our fans with an opportunity to visit two of Vietnam’s most fascinating destinations.”
Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group operates 33 hotels and seven residences in 23 countries and territories.