Radisson Hotel Group has announced a strategic agreement with Heritage Ho Tram Joint Stock Company and Charm Group to develop the upscale Radisson Blu Resort in Ho Tram, Vietnam.

Heritage Ho Tram will act as the project investor, while Radisson Hotel Group will oversee the management, operation, and development of the resort. Charm Group will provide capital and project development consultation.

Ho Tram, located in Vietnam’s Ba Ria-Vung Tau province, is a short drive from Ho Chi Minh City and will soon be more accessible with the opening of Long Thanh International Airport.

This coastal area is witnessing rapid development, attracting both investors and tourists to its exceptional scenery and amenities.

The Radisson Blu Resort, set to open its doors in 2028, will offer 225 keys, including hotel rooms, suites, and beachfront villas.

Guests will have access to various facilities such as dining options, a beachside bar, an infinity pool, a spa, a fitness centre, and extensive meeting spaces, including a ballroom.

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The resort will be part of a larger mixed-use development that includes private residences and a yacht club.

Nearby attractions include The Bluffs, an 18-hole golf course designed by Greg Norman, Casino Ho Tram with 5,000m2 of gaming space, and Hamptons Pier, Asia’s longest pier.

The resort’s establishment on a 24ha area is expected to boost the prosperity of Ba Ria-Vung Tau province, which saw 3.5 million visitors last year, a figure anticipated to grow with new infrastructure projects.

The Radisson Blu Resort Ho Tram will join Radisson Hotel Group’s growing portfolio in Vietnam, which currently includes properties in Da Nang, Hoi An, Cam Ranh, Phan Thiet, and Phu Quoc.

In addition, six more upscale hotel projects are in the pipeline within the country.