With this third property, the hotel brand hopes to strengthen and establish their presence in the country
On Wednesday, Azerai Resorts announced their plan to launch Azerai Ke Ga Bay in southeastern Vietnam by early 2020, reported Balcony Media Group. As their third property in the country, the hotel brand aims to establish their presence and expand their portfolio locally.
Set to open on April 1, 2020, the lavish and exclusive oceanfront sanctuary located 180 kilometre east of Saigon will start accepting bookings after the New Year.
Azerai Ke Ga Bay would be taking over the site where Princess D’Annam Resort & Spa was once established, facing a breathtaking five-kilometre white sand beach on the South China Sea.
After six months of renovation, the resort will be welcoming guests in 55 guest rooms, suites, and villas that exude a modernised aesthetic through its exquisite and minimalist design, each equipped with private pools or lunge pools.
To ensure that guests enjoy the captivating views of the area, each room is complemented with scenic views of the Hon Ba Island and its historic colonial French lighthouse on the north side, and towering sand dunes on the south.
Azerai Ke Ga Bay is the brand’s first beach resort, following the historic city hotel Azerai La Residence and the tropical retreat in the Mekong Deka Azerai Can Tho.
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