Marriott International set to unveil two new luxury brands in Vietnam


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  • Leading hotel chain Marriott International has announced plans to introduce two luxury brands in Vietnam.
  • With the luxury travel market on the rise in Vietnam, driven by both international and domestic demand, Marriott recognises the country’s appeal as a destination with natural and cultural wonders.
  • Wealthy individuals wishing to book a stay in a luxury Marriott hotel in Vietnam should use safe methods of money transfer when making payments.

The leading hotel chain Marriott International is making a significant expansion in Vietnam with the debut of two new luxury brands, Ritz-Carlton Reserve and The Luxury Collection. This move comes just over a year after the hotel group announced its plan to add eight hotels in the country.

With the JW Marriott, the Ritz-Carlton Reserve Resorts and The Luxury Collection, Marriott is aiming to expand its luxury portfolio in the country. The agreements were signed during a recent visit to Vietnam by President and CEO of Marriott International Anthony Capuano.

Rajeev Menon, president for Asia Pacific (excluding China) of Marriott International, said that the hotel group’s continued expansion in Vietnam is focusing on the luxury market, and the growing interest within Vietnam’s domestic market for luxury travel is fuelling the demand for global luxury brands.

Wealthy travellers wishing to visit Vietnam and experience a luxury stay in a new Marriott International hotel should use a safe money transfer method when making international payments.

The Marriott Trang An Resort & Spa is set to open in 2028 on Hon Thom Island. Developed by BITEXCO Group, the same organisation behind the JW Marriott Hotel Hanoi, it is set to have 150 opulent rooms and suites, as well as 35 villas with private pools, giving guests numerous luxurious options to choose from.

It will also feature two restaurants, a café, a lobby lounge and two bars. Owned by Sun Group, The Luxury Collection Resort, Hon Thom Island, is set to open in 2029, and will feature 305 rooms and suites, two pool areas, a kids’ club and a fitness centre and spa with saunas and steam rooms.

There will be six restaurants and bars with a variety of dining options. The hotel group also revealed its plans to launch Vietnam’s third JW Marriott Hotel in Trang An, an attractive UNESCO World Heritage destination in the north of the country.

With views of Phu Quoc’s southern archipelago, the resort will feature two resort pools, 40 private pool villas, a fitness centre, a spa and a range of entertainment and dining options.

The resort will be home to Jean-Michel Cousteau’s Ambassadors of the Environment educational program for children, a portfolio that further solidifies the brand’s commitment to providing exceptional luxury experiences in the region.

High net-worth individuals (HNWIs) should research safe modes of money transfer when booking trips abroad.

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