Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group’s first luxury Vietnamese Resort to open later this year

A luxury resort is coming to the South Vietnamese island of Phu Quoc, and is expected to open along the shore strip of Bai Dai Beach later this year. Created by the Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group, the Radisson Blu Resort is part of an integrated resort, catering to a host of recreational and corporate activities including a convention center, safari park, theater, water theme park, retail, multiple restaurants and a 27-hole golf course.

“We are honored to partner with Phu Quoc Tourist Investment & Development JS Company to deliver the benefits of Radisson Blu, an upper upscale global brand. The growth opportunities in Vietnam are immense and we are proud to be a part of the country’s economic growth story,” Executive Vice President, Development, Asia Pacific, Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group, Andreas Flaig said.

Radisson Blu is scheduled to open to guests by the end of 2017, and will feature 522 rooms and suites, an all-day dining and bar option that will serve international cuisine. There will also be a fully-equipped fitness center, outdoor swimming pool, spa and a VIP Lounge, as well as Casino Phu Quoc, the first in Vietnam to permit domestic entry. It will be easily accessed from Phu QUoc International Airport, just a 27-km drive away.

Phuc Quoc, commonly known as Pearl Island is a tropical paradise dotted with pristine beaches, rich coral reefs and dense tropical jungles, as well as the Phu Quoc National Park, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, Din Cau Rock Temple and the Tranh Waterfall.

“This latest Radisson Blu addition will provide travellers a full range of innovative design-led products and services, delivering genuine and relevant guest experiences with Radisson Blu’s distinctive Yes I Can! service philosophy,” Mr Flaig added. 

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