Karma Group has welcomed new additions to its portfolio in both Vietnam and the United Kingdom.
Karma Song Hoai is located within the UNESCO World Heritage-listed town of Hoi An. This sprawling property comprises 51 stylish suites and family rooms, each boasting private balconies and accompanied by a cluster of restaurants, bars, gyms, and a spa.
Positioned on the prominent Thu Bồn river, Karma Song Hoai is just a short stroll or bike ride from the famous Old Town where architecture is a mix of French, Chinese and Japanese influences. Similarly close are the pristine Cua Dai and An Bang Beaches, just a 20-minute bicycle ride away from the resort.
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“At the moment the resort is closed due to the pandemic, but we are very confident that we will be able to open in the near future and create another amazing experience for members and guests,” said John Spence, Chairman and Founder of Karma Group.
Earlier this year Karma Group acquired the first Karma Resort in the UK, Karma Salford Hall, which it envisages as its future flagship property in Europe.
A historic country retreat dating back 700 years, Karma Salford Hall is situated in the Vale of Evesham neighbouring the English Cotswolds (about 2 hours outside London), one of the prettiest rural regions anywhere in the British Isles. Nestled amid farms, fields and ancient villages, Salford Hall once belonged to King Henry VIII and retains its Tudor charm while offering traditional yet contemporary comforts, including 32 charming bedrooms, restaurant, library, games room and bar.
Décor celebrates the English Arts & Crafts style founded by another of the Cotswolds’ famous former residents – William Morris. Think four posters, print wallpaper, oakwood furniture and colourful upholstery. There are three room types to choose from, all en-suite and offering a choice of double, twin and four-poster beds.
Karma Salford Hall will officially open later this year.
The Karma Group comprises Karma Estates, Karma Resorts, Karma Retreats, Karma Royal, Karma Beach, Karma Spa, Karma Kasa, Karma Club and Karma Boutique.
There are presently seven properties in development, with Karma Group negotiating further acquisitions in Australia, India, Indonesia, Laos, Spain and the UK.