Mandarin Oriental signs on Danang project

Danang's Golden Bridge pictured

Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group will manage a new luxury resort and residences in Danang come 2024, making it the second property to join company’s new portfolio in Vietnam.

Mandarin Oriental, Da Nang will sit on a 30km stretch of beach that links Danang in the north with Hoi An in the south. Its location will put guests in easy reach of surrounding attractions, such as the UNESCO World Heritage sites of Hoi An, My Son and Huế.

Mandarin Oriental, Da Nang wil open in 2024; Danang’s Golden Bridge pictured

There will be 69 villas and 18 residence units across the property, each set in their own landscaped gardens with private pools, as well as a host of resort experiences that could be customised for guests. The Mandarin Oriental Spa will offer the group’s signature wellness therapies and treatments with a focus on local nature-inspired programmes.

Dining variety is offered at five restaurant and bars, all with waterfront settings.

Business and social events will be supported by indoor and outdoor venues, including a beachfront pavilion.

The project is owned by Dinh Ba Thanh, a Vietnamese businessman, entrepreneur, and the founding chairman of DatVietVAC and The Nam Khang Corporation.

Besides Mandarin Oriental, Da Nang, the hotel group is counting down to the opening of Mandarin Oriental Saigon in 2022.

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