Meliá Hotels reveals next beach resort for Vietnam

Meliá Quy Nhon Beach Resort slated to debut in 2025

Meliá Hotels International has unveiled plans to open a new beach resort in Quy Nhon, Vietnam in 2025.

Meliá Quy Nhon Beach Resort will be located on Vietnam’s central coast and comprise 140 hotel rooms and 93 villas, ranging in size from 1-3 bedrooms and featuring infinity plunge pools that take in sea vistas.

Aerial View (rendering) of Meliá Quy Nhon Beach Resort

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The resort will be spread over 12 hectares with an all-day dining restaurant; an ocean-view swimming pool and pool bar; a beach club & restaurant; an expansive spa; and a kid’s club and club house.

“Quy Nhon is one of the most alluring destinations in Vietnam that’s only just now emerging from the shadows of its more well-known oceanfront neighbors in Da Nang and Nha Trang,” said Ignacio Martin, Meliá’s Managing Director Southeast Asia. “Still relatively untouched, the location boasts the kind of diverse natural landscape, from lush tropical jungle and mangrove forests to pristine beaches, that has long attracted visitors to the country.”

Main lodge (rendering)

The resort will be a short drive from Queens Beach, named for its patron queen and renowned for its golden sand and smooth egg-like rocks. The twin Cham towers, centuries-old relics from the Champa civilization, are a short distance from the property. The area is also well-known for its abundant fresh seafood.

“We plan to highlight the rich array of local seafood and produce by bringing our Spanish influence to it,” said Martin. “Mediterranean flavours will be infused in our menu items and there will be plenty of opportunities for the Spanish custom of aperitivo with an array of tapas, Spanish wine, cocktails and mocktails.”

Meliá has partnered with Paradise Joint Stock Company, a local corporation that’s driving several ambitious industrial projects in the region, for the project.

Sun Gate (rendering)

The announcement of Meliá’s partnership with Paradise comes just weeks after the hotel group’s recent news of the incorporation of 12 hotels in Vietnam under the Melia Vinpearl brand. Through these latest agreements, Meliá will become the second-largest hotel group in Vietnam by number of rooms. The company first entered Vietnam more than two decades ago, with the opening of its flagship hotel Meliá Hanoi and currently has extended to 6,652 keys through 24 hotels and resorts, with 8 hotels under operation and 16 more on the way.

Meliá Quy Nhon Beach Resort will be the group’s fourth beachfront resort in Vietnam under Melia Hotels & Resorts brand, complementing properties in Da Nang, Ho Tram and Nha Trang.

Lead image: Main swimming pool of Meliá Quy Nhon Beach Resort (render) – All images supplied

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