Wyndham to open tallest hotel in Danang
Wyndham Hotel Group has unveiled plans for a five-star Wyndham Hotels and Resorts location in Danang’s Son Tra district, with the property set to become the city’s tallest building at 199 metres.
The four-tower condotel complex currently under construction will stand at 57-storeys at its tallest point and consist of 3,200 apartments, studios and hotel rooms, extensive conference facilities, a retail and dining precinct, and recreation parks.
The US$446 million project, expected to open in September 2018, is being developed by PPC An Thinh Danang, and the condotel will be managed by Wyndham Hotel Asia Pacific Co. Limited.
Located 100 metres from the white sands of My Khe Beach, Wyndham Soleil Danang, will be the brand’s second location in Vietnam following the opening of Wyndham Legend Halong Bay in July this year.
The new property will feature a coral-inspired façade and a mix of studio, one, two and three-bedroom guest rooms, each featuring breath-taking views of the sea and the mountains surrounding Danang. Additional offerings will include a restaurant and bar, swimming pools, a gym, a spa, and a health and wellness centre.
Barry Robinson, president and managing director, Wyndham Hotel Group South East Asia and Pacific Rim, said: “With airport improvements underway, as well as its proximity to scenic beaches and UNESCO World Heritage sites, Danang is a market poised for great growth within a country popular with world travellers.
“Vietnam is a destination sought after for memorable experiences, attracting more than 5.5 million visitors so far this year – an increase of more than 20 per cent over last year. We will continue to focus efforts to develop our Wyndham Hotels and Resorts brand in emerging destinations throughout the country to make travel extraordinary for millions of potential guests.”