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January, 17 2014 09:27:26

New Khanh Hoa hotels aim to draw luxury travellers

Khanh Hoa Province, home to world-known Nha Trang Beach, is set to get 10 four-star and five-star hotels with nearly 3,000 rooms in 2014 and the next few years as the province hopes to attract more well-heeled travellers.

The Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism said there are currently 550 hotels and guest houses with nearly 15,000 rooms.

Of them, seven are five-star hotels with over 1,200 rooms, six are four-star with more than 1,100 rooms, and 35 are three-star with nearly 2,700 rooms. — VNS



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