Located within the Grand Ho Tram Strip complex, the hotel will include 561 rooms and suites and features stunning sea views, a gourmet food court, restaurants, bars, and “expansive entertainment options.
The Holiday Inn Resort is the brand’s first entry in Vietnam.
Last year, the Grand Ho Tram underwent a rebrand following a franchise agreement with IHG Hotels and Resorts.
The Holiday Inn was scheduled to open on July 1st but was pushed back as the Covid situation in Vietnam worsened.
Last year, Akshay Moza, VP of the commercial division told AGB that the hotel will be ready to open the moment the situation allows when a wider marketing push is likely.
Moza said the new hotel tower will help the property capitalize on its 1900 square meters of MICE space, which is becoming a fast-growing segment of tourism in Vietnam.
Meanwhile, the Intercontinental hotel will focus more on casino and VIP guests, he said.