Vietnamese tram The Grand Ho will open its new Holiday Inn Resort on January 15, 2022, the property announced.
According to a post on the company’s website, Holiday Inn Resort – owned by InterContinental Hotel Group Plc – will be the brand’s first entry into Vietnam.
The new tower, which was originally slated to launch in July 2021 before being postponed due to the country’s COVID-19 situation, will offer 561 hotel rooms as well as a range of facilities including an outdoor park, club for children, a games area, a bowling alley, a tavern, a golf simulator, pool tables and various restaurants and bars.
The launch of Holiday Inn Resort will bring the number of rooms at the Grand Ho Tram to around 1,100, adding to the 541 rooms at the Grand Ho Tram Hotel, renamed InterContinental Grand Ho Tram, which opened in 2013.
Located on the southeast coast of Vietnam about a two-hour drive from Ho Chi Minh City, the initial phase of the Grand Ho Tram cost around US $ 600 million and included a foreign-only casino and a designed golf course. by Greg Norman.
A controlling stake in the property’s operating entity, Asian Coast Development Ltd (ACDL), was acquired by US private equity firm Warburg Pincus, LLC in 2019.