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Crowne Plaza Phu Quoc Starbay will be one of IHG's third Crowne Plaza in Vietnam, joining Crowne Plaza West Hanoi and Crowne Plaza Danang.
Slated to open in 2017, Crowne Plaza Phu Quoc Starbay will be part of the new Star Bay development project, which will also feature a lagoon, beach village and offer a range of shopping opportunities, restaurants and bars.
The hotel, which is accessible via major highways, is close to both the island’s town centre of Duong Dong and the new Phu Quoc International Airport, making it a prime venue for corporate and leisure events.
As one of the most reputable meetings hotel brands in the world, Crowne Plaza hotel will have a business centre to address guests' professional needs during their holiday. One of the main highlights of the hotel will be a beautiful wedding chapel, ideal for couples looking for a unique wedding destination.
Located along the coast of Dai Beach in north-west Phu Quoc, guests will be a few steps away from stunning beaches offering pristine white sand and clear waters for an afternoon of lounging, snorkelling and scuba diving.
Dai Beach was ranked amongst the “Top 100 Beaches” by CNN in 2013 and the “Top 5 Hidden Beaches” by ABC News in 2008. The hotel’s all-day dining, beachside specialty restaurant, “Surf Shack” and pool bar will provide guests with great options for meal times, and with a fully equipped fitness centre, outdoor pool, spa and kid’s club, there will be something for everyone coming to stay.
Clarence Tan, IHG’s senior vice president of business development in Asia and the Middle East, said: “Phu Quoc is going through exciting times. We have seen the positive impact that the development of the new international airport has bought, and the upcoming expansion of the cruise terminal will also boost drive tourism. The visa-free entry for a series of travellers has also helped growth in visitor arrivals. We are entering Phu Quoc at a great time and could not have asked for a better location on the island to open Crowne Plaza Phu Quoc Starbay with M.I.K Corporation."