Tourism to Vietnam is rapidly multiplying and Coyle Hospitality is on the cusp of the action in Southeast Asia.
Ho Chi Minh City, most recently known as Saigon until 1975, is Vietnam’s largest city and Hanoi is the capital city. In between the 1,100 miles which separates the two cities, lie a swathe of luxury and beach resorts which have catapulted to the highest in luxury standards in hospitality, dining and spa experiences.
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From Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam
With international tourism to Vietnam at about 7 million visitors annually and rising, the industry is important as an employer and to lifting the local standard of living. Both travel writers and hotel investors have been attracted to the 2,000 miles of snake-shaped coastline.
In Ho Chi Minh City, brands which have put down roots include several Coyle Hospitality clients. Sheraton, InterContinental and Park Hyatt next to the Opera House. Other international brands Westerners may be accustomed to, such as Japan’s Nikko and Korea’s Lotte groups, are present in the top ten. The much smaller Hanoi remains the purvue of local brands reflected in attractive pricing.
On the resort front, The Nam Hai, with its 18-hole Colin Montgomerie golf course and outstanding spa, is a member of both Leading Hotels of the World and Virtuoso. The first Vietnam entry from Aman Resorts is Amano’i, recently opened on the white sand beaches at the coast northeast of Ho Chi Minh City.