Rosewood Hotels and Resorts will be adding a new Vietnam property to its portfolio in 2019. The Rosewood Hoi An will be part of the currently under-development Hoiana integrated resort south of Hoi An town on the country’s central coast.
Accommodation in the resort will take the form of 70 guestrooms and 30 residences, with five of these coming with their own dedicated spa treatment rooms. All of the resort’s rooms, however, will be positioned on a terraced landscape with either ocean or lake views.
“We are very grateful to Hoi An South Development Limited for this precious opportunity for Rosewood to open near such a unique and charming destination,” said Sonia Cheng, Rosewood Hotel Group CEO. “It will be a perfect match for Rosewood’s A Sense of Place concept and another opportunity for us to offer travellers an inspirational journey of discovery.”
Among the resort’s F&B offerings will be a specialty restaurant, a poolside restaurant and bar with ocean views, and a bistro. Along with the pool, a 2,000 sqm Asaya (part of Rosewood’s recently launched wellness concept) will offer 14 singe and double treatment rooms, along with an active zone with fitness and yoga facilities. Meanwhile the resort’s free-standing, residential-style events space, The Pavilion, will offer function space and an outdoor lawn.
Adjacent to the resort is an 18-hole golf course, while further afield the Unesco-listed Hoi An town features traditional Chinese mansions, colonial-style buildings, temples, and small shop houses.
The Rosewood Hoi An is Rosewood’s 11th new project in Asia. This year, the group aims to open properties in Phuket, Sanya, Phnom Penh and Luang Prabang, while 2018 will see the opening of hotels in Guangzhou and Hong Kong, followed by Siem Reap, Bali and Bangkok in 2019, and Jakarta in 2020.