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In Vietnam, Wyndham Hotels rises above

Wyndham Hotels & Resorts, which opened Wyndham Legend Halong Bay - its first unit in Vietnam - last July, now announces an Apart hotel development composed of four 57-storey towers in the city of Da Nang. It is scheduled to open on September 2018.

Da Nang is located on the coastline of central Vietnam, about 700km south of the capital Hanoi. It is in the Son Tra district that the operator Wyndham Hotels & Resorts chose to develop a unit of more than 200 meters high. Currently under construction, this complex will consist of four towers of 57 floors. It will offer 3,200 keys: from studios to three-bedroom apartments. It will also have a business center, retail stores, several parks and swimming pools as well as a gym, spa, a restaurant and a bar. The project will cost about $446 million and is being developed in cooperation with PPC An Thinh Danang (in charge of the construction). It is slated to open in September 2018.

This unit is the second hotel operated by Wyndham in Vietnam after Wyndham Legend Halong Bay that opened last July. In the Southeast Asia-Pacific area, the operator has a portfolio of about 100 units in development and/or in operation under its different brands: Ramada, Wyndham Hotels and Resorts, Days Inn, TRYP by Wyndham and Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham. According to data published by Hospitality ON, the latter ranked as the 4th hotel group worldwide in terms of rooms as of January 1, 2016, with a portfolio of 7,812 hotels totaling 678,042 rooms.

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