Four Seasons opens on Vietnam’s Hoi An coastline this fall

Four Seasons opens on Vietnam’s Hoi An coastline this fall

TORONTO — The Nam Hai luxury resort will re-open as the Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai, Hoi An, Vietnam this December. The management deal marks the Toronto-based luxury hotel and resort brand’s much-anticipated entry into Vietnam.

Hoi An is a UNESCO-protected trading port dating back to the 15th century, and one of Vietnam’s modern culinary meccas. Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai, Hoi An is also 30 minutes from the city of Da Nang and Da Nang International Airport.

The property will offer 40 private residence villas and 60 newly-renovated resort villas, all featuring outdoor showers, terraces and expansive indoor and outdoor living spaces. A series of three pools are at the heart of the resort, flanked by palm trees and offering unobstructed views of Hoi An’s white sand beach. Three dining venues – offering both beach and pool-side dining – as well as an all-new Vietnamese cooking school will play well with foodies and the culinary travel trend.

J. Allen Smith, President and CEO, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts said Vietnam is an important growth market for Four Seasons” adding that the management deal  “is a unique opportunity to quickly establish a presence in the country’s top resort destination.

“As we continue to extend our presence across Asia Pacific we are focused on ensuring that each new addition to our portfolio represents the very best of Four Seasons, offering the highest levels of service excellence and product quality,” said Smith.

Renovations to the Resort will add an all-new beach bar, kids’ club and a variety of watersports to the existing tennis, badminton and basketball courts and fitness centre. The resort’s spa will feature eight private pavilions surrounded by the glass-like waters of a lotus pond.

Four Seasons’ Asia Pacific properties include two resorts in Bali; two resorts, a private island, and a private catamaran in the Maldives; three resorts in Thailand; and resorts in Bora Bora and Langkawi.

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