Vienna House plots entry into Asia with Vietnam debut

Concept art of Vienna House Vung Tau

Austrian hotel chain Vienna House is expanding into Asia, with a debut planned for Vung Tau, a beach resort about 175km from Ho Chi Minh City in southern Vietnam.

Currently operating close to 40 locations throughout Europe, Vienna House has unveiled the Vienna House Vung Tau as its first Asian location, set to open in 2021.

“Vienna House Vung Tau is a great step in the first phase of an ambitious expansion plan to bring Vienna House throughout Asia,” said Jonathan Wigley, CEO of Vienna House Asia, pointing to Vietnam’s “vigorous” tourism growth in recent years.

Other Vienna House properties in Thailand and Indonesia will be announced shortly, he added.

The Vung Tau property will be an oceanfront resort offering 775 rooms, suites, penthouses and villas. Facilities include pools with pool bars, an onsen hot bath, a gym, tennis courts, a sports bar, an all-day dining restaurant, a fresh seafood market, a cafe and tea room, a 530m2 grand ballroom, flexible meeting rooms and retails areas.

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