Marriott International to Add Eight Hotels in Vietnam

Marriott International has announced a strategic agreement with Vinpearl, a Vietnamese hospitality and leisure chain, to convert and develop 2,200 rooms across eight hotels in Vietnam—significantly expanding its portfolio in the country. This collaboration expects to see the debut of the Autograph Collection hotels brand in the country, while other planned openings span the following brands: Marriott Hotels, Sheraton Hotels & Resorts, and Four Points by Sheraton.

Of the eight hotels, six are conversions that are expected to be part of Marriott’s system later this year.

Vinpearl Landmark 81, Autograph Collection is expected to serve as Vietnam’s first Autograph Collection hotel. The lifestyle hotel will join a collection of over 260 independent hotels around the globe hand-selected for their perspective on design and hospitality. Currently known as Vinpearl Luxury Landmark 81, the hotel is set high up in a 1,512-foot tower on the banks of the Saigon River and is expected to have 223 rooms and suites, three food and beverage outlets, 12 function spaces, a business center, spa, outdoor pool, and fitness center.

Danang Marriott Resort & Spa is expected to fly the Marriott Hotels brand flag following the rebranding of Vinpearl Luxury Danang. Located on Non Nuoc Beach, close to downtown Danang, the hotel will have 200 rooms and suites, along with 39 modern villas. Design plans call for five different food and beverage outlets, eight event spaces, an infinity pool, a spa, kids club, tennis court and a wealth of water sports, including a dive center.

Sheraton Long Beach Phu Quoc Resort is situated on the west coast of Phu Quoc, Vietnam’s largest island. Rebranded from the existing Vinpearl Phu Quoc Resort, the resort will have 500 modern and residential rooms, suites, and villas, three food and beverage outlets, extensive conference space, three pools, a spa, and a kids club.

Sheraton Hai Phong, currently known as Vinpearl Hotel Imperial, Hai Phong, is aiming to become one of the city’s top choices for business and leisure travelers and a hub for conferences and events in the center of Vietnam’s largest port city. The property is expected to have 362 modern, residential rooms and suites, four food and beverage outlets, a ballroom and four function spaces, a pool, spa and fitness center.

Sheraton Can Tho is located in the thriving Mekong Delta city. Currently operating as the Vinpearl Hotel Can Tho, the 262-key hotel is set on the banks of the Can Tho River, surrounded by multiple attractions. Guests can unwind at the restaurant, lobby lounge, terrace café and outdoor swimming pool with pool bar. There is also extensive event space, including a grand ballroom.

Four Points by Sheraton Lang Son is a 21-story hotel in northern city of Lang Son, offering panoramic views of the surrounding forests and mountains. Currently known as the Vinpearl Hotel Lang Son, it is expected to become the first internationally branded hotel in the city. The hotel will have 127 rooms and suites, four food and beverage venues, a spa and a ballroom.

Two new build hotels are expected to open in 2025: The Sheraton Vinh and Four Points by Sheraton Ha Giang. Both are located in unique locations and aim to attract not only domestic but also international travelers.

Marriott International currently operates 10 hotels and resorts in Vietnam. The company recently announced its plans to more than quadruple its portfolio in Vietnam with a signed pipeline of 30 hotels. The most recent announcement brings the company’s pipeline in Vietnam close to 40 hotels.

Vinpearl currently operates 35 hotels and resorts spanning 17 cities and provinces, with a total of more than 18,500 hotel rooms and villas.

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