Rosewood to Debut Ultra-Luxurious Resort in Vietnam

March 24, 2017 Smart Meetings

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Rosewood Hotels & Resorts is undergoing a major global expansion, and it’s showing no signs of slowing down. The hotel group currently has 19 properties in development around the world, with 11 planned for Asia. The most recent addition is Rosewood Hoi An, which is scheduled to join the collection in 2019.

Rosewood Hoi An is located on Vietnam’s central coast. The property will be part of an integrated resort complex currently being constructed south of the city of Hoi An, which has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage site. Hoi An is an ideal destination that infuses ancient history with modern luxuries. Visitors can explore more than 800 historic Chinese mansions, colonial-era architecture, the iconic Japanese Covered Bridge and the beautiful Thu Bon River.

“We are very grateful to Hoi An South Development Limited for this opportunity for Rosewood to open near such a unique and charming destination,” says Sonia Cheng, chief executive officer of Rosewood Hotel Group. “It will be a perfect match for Rosewood’s ‘A Sense of Place’ concept and another opportunity for us to offer travelers an inspirational journey of discovery.”

The property will offer 70 beachfront guest rooms and 30 residences. Taking luxury to the next level, five of those residences will have their own private spa rooms. Rosewood plans to include several dining options onsite, including a poolside restaurant and bar featuring spectacular ocean views.

The resort’s flexible indoor-outdoor event space, The Pavilion, will feature an outdoor lawn and enclosed function space—both with unobstructed views of the ocean.

Of course, no ultra-luxurious resort would be complete without spa and golf amenities. On the spa side, Rosewood Hoi An will house Asaya, Rosewood’s unique integrated wellness facility. The spa will hold 14 single and double treatment rooms, a wellness lounge, yoga pavilion and more. As for golf, the planned resort is adjacent to an 18-hole golf course designed by famed golf course architecture firm Robert Trent Jones II.

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