The Tajma Sago, adjacent to the Cham Charm Castle and connected to the Crescent Promenade, adds another pearl to the string of attractions in Phu My Hung district.
Khaisilk Corp did not disclose the project’s total investment capital, but guests would enjoy a cinema, a spa and gym with outdoor swimming pool in the west wing,a restaurant and bar on the second floor.
Tajma Sago’s standard room rate is VND5.355 million ($257) per night, while deluxe rooms and presidential suites ranged from VND6.825 million ($328) per night and VND13.65 million ($656) per night, respectively. A 30 per cent rent discount is up for grabs as an opening gift.
A Khaisilk representative said the resort’s 19 rooms meant its small scale would still be profitable amid Vietnam’s struggling economy.
Besides Hoi An Riverside Resort, Tajma Sago is second Khaisilk Corp resort project and joins the firm’s boutiques, coffee shops and restaurants such as Ming Dynasty, Cham Charm, Brothers Café and Gloria Jeans Coffee.
Thanh Thuy (vir.com.vn)