Expected to Open in 2025, Quy Nhon Marriott Resort & Spa, Hai Giang will Form Part of Hai Giang Merry Land, a New Mixed-Use Development that Will Transform a Pristine Peninsula on Vietnam’s South-Central Coast
Marriott International, Inc. today announced it has signed an agreement with leading Vietnamese real estate company, Hung Thinh Group to open Quy Nhon Marriott Resort & Spa, Hai Giang – a new resort in the Binh Dinh province. The newly-constructed 250-room resort will be part of Hai Giang Merry Land, a major mixed-use development covering three hectares of land on the pristine Phuong Mai Peninsula.
“We are thrilled to be working with Hung Thinh Group to bring Marriott Hotels, the signature flag within Marriott Bonvoy’s portfolio of 30 extraordinary brands, to the Binh Dinh province,” said Jakob Helgen, Area Vice President, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, and Myanmar, Marriott International. “This signing further underscores Marriott International’s commitment to expand its footprint in Vietnam, and we look forward to providing guests with access to our world-class brands with expanded travel choices and diversified experiences.”
Every Marriott Hotels property is thoughtfully-designed with forward-thinking, aesthetically pleasing spaces that allow guests the space to work, relax, and be inspired. The new Quy Nhon Marriott Resort & Spa, Hai Giang is slated to feature 250 rooms and suites that offer a perfect balance of a modern purposeful look with residential and locally-inspired interiors. The resort is set to offer an innovative mix of dining options, including three restaurants and a bakery. Other planned facilities include a fitness centre and multi-purpose event and meeting spaces.
Quy Nhon Marriott Resort & Spa, Hai Giang will be located on the country’s south-central coast and will provide guests with direct access to an expansive beach and extensive leisure facilities, including a championship golf course designed by Greg Norman, theme park, shopping precincts, and much more.
Hai Giang Merry Land is located approximately 30 minutes from Quy Nhon City by road via Thi Nai Bridge or 10 minutes by boat via a dedicated ferry terminal. Phu Cat Airport is about one hour and 10 minutes away by car, with regular direct connections from Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, and other Vietnamese hubs.
Marriott International currently operates 10 hotels and resorts in Vietnam across six brands including JW Marriott, Sheraton Hotels and Resorts, Renaissance Hotels, Le Méridien Hotels & Resorts, Four Points by Sheraton, and Fairfield by Marriott.
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