SINGAPORE – Wyndham Hotels & Resorts unveiled two new properties in Phu Quoc, Vietnam: the 1,399-room Wyndham Grand Phu Quoc – the largest Wyndham Grand in Asia Pacific – and […]
SINGAPORE – Wyndham Hotels & Resorts unveiled two new properties in Phu Quoc, Vietnam: the 1,399-room Wyndham Grand Phu Quoc – the largest Wyndham Grand in Asia Pacific – and the 921-room Wyndham Garden Phu Quoc.
The openings of Wyndham Grand Phu Quoc and Wyndham Garden Phu Quoc mark the Company’s first endeavour into Phu Quoc and join a portfolio of 14 other Wyndham hotels throughout Vietnam. The market is a key strategic focus for Wyndham and positions the Company well for the country’s strong recovery in travel, especially as Vietnam welcomed 2.69 million international tourists in the first quarter of 2023, surpassing a third of the country’s target of 8 million by the end of this year, according to the General Statistics Office of Vietnam.
Phu Quoc – Vietnam’s largest island – has become an especially attractive holiday locale in recent years and was named the World’s Leading Nature Island destination at the 2022 World Travel Awards.
Contributing in part to Phu Quoc’s booming tourism sector is their welcoming visa policy, which exempts foreigners from entry, exit, and transit visas for up to 30 days. Wyndham is strategically leveraging these factors to further support the growth of this up-and-coming destination.
Under the separate partnership agreements with Phu Quoc Tourism Development and Investment Joint Stock Company for Wyndham Grand Phu Quoc and Newvision Land Co., Ltd for Wyndham Garden Phu Quoc, this announcement is also indicative of strong levels of trust and confidence between Wyndham and its partners.
Ben Schumacher, Vice President of Operations South East Asia & Pacific Rim, Wyndham Hotels & Resorts said, “Vietnam is a critical market for Wyndham in the region and plays an integral role in our global growth strategy. We see tremendous opportunities in emerging destinations like Phu Quoc, which in just a few years, has quickly become one of the country’s premier tourist spots.”
Stunning Seaside Hotels with Recreational Activities for Everyone
Overlooking the picturesque Bai Dai Beach, Wyndham Grand Phu Quoc and Wyndham Garden Phu Quoc offer an idyllic setting for dreamy beach stays accompanied with exciting leisure activity options for all travellers. Details on the hotels include:
- Wyndham Grand Phu Quoc: The 1,399-room Wyndham Grand Phu Quoc marks the largest Wyndham Grand in the Asia Pacific region, including 27 newly constructed villas set to open later this year. Inspired by an oasis under the sea, Wyndham Grand Phu Quoc offers a distinctive, escapist experience, ensuring easy access to a variety of entertainment options including a kid’s club, indoor cinema, theatre, golf course, a wide range of gourmet offerings across various cuisines, and more. The complex also features attractions such as Grand World, Amusement Park, Safari Phu Quoc, and Corona Casino, further ensuring guests of an enjoyable stay with a vast selection of recreation activities. Located onsite is also Phu Quoc Convention Centre, providing event spaces and services for quality bleisure experiences on the paradise of Pearl Island.
- Wyndham Garden Phu Quoc: Just a stone’s throw away from Wyndham Grand is Wyndham Garden Phu Quoc. The hotel boasts 921 rooms, ranging from Standard King Rooms to Studio Suites. Underscoring Wyndham Garden’s emphasis on travelling with ease is the hotel’s restaurant and bar, which are open all day and serve a variety of cuisines and unique drinks. Parents can also take delight in kid-friendly facilities such as the kids’ club and playground, bound to keep the young ones entertained. Wyndham Garden Phu Quoc’s proximity to Wyndham Grand Phu Quoc also allows guests to relish in the neighbouring hotel’s countless amenities and activities.
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