Travel: 70% of tourists in Vietnam prefer coastal destinations
Tourists to Vietnam have increased over the years. The country has been drawing a huge tourist crowd—particularly from the US, Europe, Russia and China.
A recent report by Savills on Vietnam’s hospitality industry has found that over 70% of tourists prefer coastal destinations in Vietnam.
From 2010 to 2015, Da Nang, Khanh Hoa and Phu Quoc Island recorded a tourism growth of around 23% and catered to 30% of international arrivals nationwide.
This has resulted in the construction of many hotels and resorts near the coast. International hoteliers have continued to show interest in Vietnam’s coastal tourism destinations, with many projects coming on to the market over the next couple of years, especially in Khanh Hoa and Phu Quoc Island, the report stated.
Several new projects such as Crowne Plaza Hotel, Novotel Resort, Sonasea Villas and Resort, and Sunset Sanato Premium Complex are being built near these destinations.
These projects will offer international standard rooms, services and amenities from the reputable brands of InterContinental, JWMarriott, Accor, and Starwood.
Most hotel resorts are offering villas for sale that generally offer luxury quality with beach views, an international operator, and a management rental pool, the report stated.