American hospitality chain Marriott has announced the debut of one of its 30 brands, Fairfield by Marriott, in Vietnam with the opening of Fairfield by Marriott South Binh Duong.
Located in the Binh Duong province and situated in one of the largest business parks in the province and home to almost 70 international manufacturing companies, Fairfield by Marriott South Binh Duong is an ideal base for local entrepreneurs and international business travellers.
The hotel is within a 45-minute drive from the country’s commercial capital, Ho Chi Minh City and 20-minute drive from the Tan Son Nhat International Airport. Guests who are looking to explore the destination can easily access popular tourist hotspots including Song Be Golf Resort, Dai Nam Tourist Complex and Hoi Khanh Pagoda.
Rajeev Menon, President, Asia Pacific (excluding China), Marriott International, said:
We are thrilled to introduce the Fairfield by Marriott to Vietnam with the opening of Fairfield by Marriott South Binh Duong. The opening marks the fifth brand entry within Marriott Bonvoy’s portfolio into the fast-growing country of Vietnam – a testament to our focus on bringing a diversified portfolio for different types of travelers. We look forward to expanding our portfolio further across Vietnam to offer new accommodations in attractive destinations.
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Fairfield by Marriott South Binh Duong consists of 181 spacious, modern and well-equipped guest rooms with separate work and rest areas.
Diane Mayer, Vice President & Global Brand Manager for Classic Select Brands, Marriott International, said:
Fairfield by Marriott ensures that guests can count on The Fairfield Promise – from the hotel’s level of service to accommodations, if a guest is ever not satisfied with their stay, Fairfield will make it right. With the opening of Fairfield by Marriott South Binh Duong, we are very excited to introduce the warm hospitality of Fairfield to travelers in Vietnam.
The hotel features two signature restaurants and bar. ORYZAA, the all-day dining restaurant, presents a fresh take on local Vietnamese delicacies and Western classics, featuring the first international breakfast buffet in the area and an à la carte menu of Asian cuisine for lunch and dinner. Guests who are looking to relax after a long day can enjoy cocktails by the poolside at The Pool Bar.
The hotel’s public spaces feature the ‘modern calm’ aesthetic of the Fairfield by Marriott brand, which encompasses open layouts, multifunctional spaces and natural light. Guests staying at Fairfield by Marriott South Binh Duong will have access to an array of amenities including an outdoor swimming pool and open-air pool bar.
Guests can work out at the 24/7 fitness center and shop for daily essentials at The Market, a 24-hour convenience store in the hotel. Additionally, the hotel also features 120 square meters of function space, suitable for meetings, conferences and social events.
Sherman Almeida, Hotel Manager of Fairfield by Marriott South Binh Duong, said:
Fairfield by Marriott is a trusted choice for guests seeking a peaceful sleep, nutritious meals and warm service with a friendly smile. Not only is it an excellent option for business travelers, but Fairfield by Marriott South Binh Duong will also build a bridge between visitors and local residents, by encouraging the exploration of southern Vietnam’s authentic culture, cuisine and natural scenery. We look forward to welcoming business and leisure travelers to experience our warm hospitality and uplifting spaces.
Meanwhile, Marriott recently announced the opening of Aloft Osaka Dojima (Marriott’s 70th hotel in Japan); Matild Palace, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Budapest; The Ritz-Carlton Maldives, Fari Islands; The Ritz-Carlton, Turks and Caicos; The St. Regis, Bermuda; The St. Regis Dubai, The Palm; Moxy, Bordeaux; Moxy, Bergen and Renaissance Bordeaux.
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