Centara Hotels & Resorts expands in Thailand, Vietnam

Centara Hotels & Resorts is strengthening its footprint in Thailand and Vietnam with the addition of five properties to its portfolio to launch between 2024 and 2027.

The company has signed a strategic Hotel Management Agreement (HMA) with Phi Phi Paradise Company for its Villa 360 property, which will reopen as Centara Villas Phi Phi Island in October this year. The resort offers 40 villas, an all-day dining restaurant, sunset sky bar, outdoor swimming pool and pool bar, spa, fitness centre, and mini shop.

Crystal Holidays Harbor Van Don will launch a second tower in 2Q2025

Centara also signed a HMA with Kornsiri Hospitality Management for 68-key Tiva Ao Makham Resort Phuket, a greenfield project set to redefine health-focused travel with facilities including yoga, cycling, and a Pilates reformer studio, as well as a sauna, steam room, and onsen.

In Vietnam, Centara is set to open two properties in Vung Tau City in 1Q2027. The 261-room Centara Life Vung Tau will offer an all-day dining restaurant, modern meeting rooms, swimming pools, pool bar, fitness centre, spa, and kids’ club. Meanwhile, Centara Residence Dio Dua will offer 536 rooms, a fitness centre, swimming pool, and kids’ club.

Crystal Holidays Harbor Van Don will be opening a second tower in 2Q2025 as part of its plan to develop five hotel and resort apartment buildings within its five-star international standard resort and entertainment complex. Complementing the existing Centara-branded Tower A, which boasts a dedicated purpose-built convention centre, Tower B comprises 496 rooms along with a variety of dining options, a fitness centre, and swimming pools.

“These new signings represent significant milestones for Centara Hotels & Resorts, setting the stage to further pursue unique opportunities and partnerships around the world while fuelling our momentum to shape the future of hospitality,” said Andrew Langston, senior vice president – business development, Centara Hotels & Resorts.

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