Vietnam’s economic dynamism has not escaped the attention of hotel groups, nor its potential for tourism development. After Spain’s Melia, which plans to strengthen its offer of a dozen establishments in partnership with Vinpearl, one of the country’s largest hotel owners, it is Marriott’s turn to show its strong ambitions. The American group plans to quadruple its offer, which has so far been limited to ten hotels.

Marriott International has concluded the signing of some thirty new hotels, representing nearly 9,000 rooms, with the introduction of several key brands in this market. To all honour, its…

Vietnam’s economic dynamism has not escaped the attention of hotel groups, nor has its potential for tourism development. After Spain’s Melia, which plans to strengthen its offer of a dozen establishments in partnership with Vinpearl, one of the country’s largest hotel owners, it is Marriott’s turn to display its strong ambitions. The American group plans to quadruple its offer, which has so far been limited to ten hotels.

Marriott International has concluded the signing of some thirty new hotels, representing nearly 9,000 rooms, with the introduction of several key brands in this market. Its flagship brand Marriott Hotels is set to debut in Hanoi and Hoi An, while its residential variant Marriott Executive Apartments will be established in Danang.

Located by the sea, Vietnam’s third largest city and the industrial heart of the country’s central region has a special place in this development plan, with a Renaissance, a Meridien and a Courtyard by Marriott also in the pipeline. The mid-range Courtyard brand will also appear in Ha Long and Nha Trang, while the budget Fairfield brand will discover cities such as Vinh Yen, Ha Long and Hanoi,

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In addition to this Fairfield and the Marriott mentioned above, the country’s capital will see the opening of the premium and wellness brand Westin and a Ritz-Carlton Residences complex. Other announced openings include a Westin and a Meridien in Cam Ranh, while the Sheraton brand, well known to business travelers, is expected to open in tourist hotspots such as Ha Long Bay, the hot springs of Binh Chau and on the island of Phu Quoc, as well as in a major metropolis like Dalat.