Viet Nam News
HÀ NỘI — Chicago-headquartered Hyatt Hotels Corporation recently announced that a Hyatt affiliate had entered into an agreement with Vietnamese corporation BIM Group to develop the Park Hyatt Phu Quoc Hotel as well as 65 residences on Phú Quốc Island, Kiên Giang Province.
Slated to open in 2022, Park Hyatt Phu Quoc and residences are poised to introduce the brand’s refined luxury and exceptional service to Việt Nam’s emerging resort destination.
Situated on the southwestern tip of Phú Quốc Island on an area of 160 hectares, the hotel and residences will offer guests and residents an exclusive oasis and a sophisticated home-away-from-home with designs inspired by traditional Vietnamese villages and all guestrooms, suites and villas offering stunning sea views.
Park Hyatt Phu Quoc will be a 30-minute drive from Phú Quốc International Airport, with direct access via the main north-south highway, and 40 minutes from Dương Đông, the island’s main town.
“As Hyatt grows its resort presence in Việt Nam, we are delighted to bring the Park Hyatt brand to a remarkable destination such as Phú Quốc Island with its rich biodiversity, beautiful beaches and idyllic surroundings,” said David Udell, group president, Asia-Pacific, Hyatt Hotels Corporation.
Lê Minh Dũng, vice general director of BIM Group said: “Located in one of the most exclusive locations in the country, the ultra-luxury resort and beachfront villas will provide guests with an exclusive sanctuary surrounded by breathtaking nature.”
“We are delighted to work with Hyatt on this exciting project and confident that the company’s international hospitality expertise will enable us to introduce a new kind of luxury and sophistication to Phú Quốc,” Dũng said.
There are currently 40 Park Hyatt hotels across the world. Hyatt Hotels Corporation is a leading global hospitality company with a portfolio of 19 premier brands. As of the end of 2018, the company’s portfolio included more than 850 properties in 60 countries across six continents.
BIM Group operates in tourism development and real estate investment, agriculture – food, commercial services and renewable energy. — VNS