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IHG Continues Growth in Vietnam with a New Hotel in Vinh Yen

IHG Hotels & Resorts has signed a management agreement with Bao Quan Co., JSC to open Crowne Plaza Vinh Yen City Centre in 2022.

The 170-room hotel is located in the heart of Vinh Yen – the capital of Vinh Phuc Province – and brings Crowne Plaza’s distinctive design style that integrates business and leisure. It will feature contemporary design-led spaces inspired by local influences and a rich cultural history, while offering exciting dining destinations and innovative spaces to blend work and play.

Situated 30 minutes from Hanoi’s Noi Bai International Airport, Crowne Plaza Vinh Yen City Centre is ideally located for business travellers. As one of the largest industrial provinces in Vietnam, Vinh Phuc continues to attract high-quality foreign direct investment (FDI) with many multinational corporations (MNCs) in its industrial parks, which are just around the corner. Vinh Yen will also host part of the rescheduled 2021 South-east Asian Games, that will be held in mid-May 2022, with the hotel being a key hub for the Games.

As the first upscale and premium international hotel in the region, domestic visitors and local communities alike will delight in its extensive facilities, while appreciating its proximity to must-visit destinations including Tam Dao National Park, Truc Lam An Tam Zen Monastery, Vinh Phuc’s four highly-rated golf courses and many more attractions.

Inspired by the evolving demand for flexible spaces, the hotel is designed in the new brand-defining Crowne Plaza concept, fulfilling the needs of the busy professional with its signature Plaza Workspace lobby, an executive lounge, business corner, and agile working spaces. A range of multi-function rooms, including an eye-catching 850 square metre ballroom, offer market-leading options for local events and the region’s MICE industry.

Guests can wind down in rooms designed in the WorkLife concept, with a quarter designed as large format suites equipped with kitchenettes, ideal for a short trip or for a long-stay serviced apartment option. Visitors will savour the prospect of sampling the hotel’s two food and beverage outlets, as well as frequenting the Club Lounge, outdoor pool, gym, and spa.

IHG has been in Vietnam for over a decade and currently has 14 hotels across four brands: Six Senses, InterContinental, Crowne Plaza, and Holiday Inn, with another 15 properties in the pipeline, which includes brand entries for Regent in Phu Quoc and voco Hotels in Danang. This is part of IHG’s plan to grow its estate in Vietnam across all of its brands.

Iuliia Tore