Marriott to open luxury resort on Vietnamese island

The rooms are all designed in different styles

Marriott International has unveiled plans to expand its luxury portfolio in Vietnam early next year, with the opening of a new JW Marriott resort on the southern island of Phu Quoc.

Scheduled to open on 25 January 2017, JW Marriott Phu Quoc Emerald Bay Resort & Spa will feature 243 rooms, suites, apartments and villas, with a minimum size of 54m².

Much of the resort has been created by Bill Bensley, the famous Asia-based hotel designer and architect, and Marriott says that “no two spaces are alike”.

The resort features an array of amenities, including restaurants serving Vietnamese, Japanese, French and Chinese cuisine, a beachfront seafood grill, bar, outdoor pools and a spa. There is also 1,100m² of meeting space, including a 715m² grand ballroom.

It becomes the luxury brand’s second property in Vietnam, following the JW Marriott Hanoi.

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