Mercure Hotels & Resorts has announced the opening of its first midscale property in the nothern port city of Hải Phòng.

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Mercure debuts in largest port of northeastern Việt Nam

November, 22/2018 - 03:00

Mercure Hotels & Resorts has announced the opening of its first midscale property in the nothern port city of Hải Phòng.

The outdoor infinity pool at the Mercure Hai Phong.— Photo courtesy of the hotel
Viet Nam News

HẢI PHÒNG Mercure Hotels & Resorts has announced the opening of its first midscale property in the nothern port city of Hải Phòng.

Housed in a 28-storey building in the central business district, Mercure Hai Phong is the tallest building in the city, located within SHP Plaza shopping centre.

The property boasts 176 guest rooms and suites as well as 57 one- to three-bedroom serviced apartments, which are ideal for both short-term and long-term stays.

“Whether in the heart of a bustling city or nestled amidst tranquil mountain scenery, Mercure offers unforgettable stays and authentic experiences,” said Patrick Basset, Chief Operating Officer for AccorHotels Upper Southeast and Northeast Asia. “The opening of Mercure Hai Phong offers guests a great city centre location where they can explore nearby attractions, including Lạch Tray football stadium and Lạch Tray Street, and enjoy a range of street food options to live like a local.”

“We are excited to the first midscale hotel in Hải Phòng,” said Marcus Wirsching, General Manager of Mercure Hai Phong. “Travellers coming to the city can take part in the festivities that take place all year round or climb the rocks and visit the caves and grottoes of Cát Bà and Voi Mountain.”

To celebrate its opening, the hotel is offering special rate of about VNĐ2.3 million for a superior room stay with breakfast from now until December 8, 2018. Accor Plus members enjoy a rate of VNĐ1.5 million per night for a superior room.

For reservations, please call +84 225 3 240 999 or visit www.mercurehaiphong.com for more information. VNS

Mercure Hai Phong is housed in a 28-storey building in the central business district. — Photo courtesy of the hotel

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