Radisson Hotel Group plans to grow its footprint in Vietnam over the next three years.
The group’s expansion plan will see a new representative office in Ho Chi Minh City and the addition of 20 properties by 2025.
At the moment Radisson operates four properties in the country – Radisson Blu Resort Cam Ranh, Radisson Blu Resort Phu Quoc, Radisson Resort Phan Thiet and Radisson Hotel Danang – with six more in the pipeline.
Ramzy Fenianos, chief development officer Asia Pacific, Radisson Hotel Group, commented:
“Vietnam is a dynamic destination that has offerings for all types of travelers. Over the past few months, the country has shown signs of continued recovery, particularly in the tourism sector, as it reopens its borders to visitors from around the world.
“Looking ahead, we expect visitor numbers to increase significantly in the coming months and we look forward to working with our partners to bring new experiences to life for travelers from around the region and globally.”
A number of other hotel groups are also expanding their presence in Vietnam. IHG Hotels and Resorts recently signed a three-hotel deal and Marriott plans to add eight hotels in the country.