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|Route Inn Group from Japan opened its first five-star beach resort project in Dien Ban town of Quang Nam province, adding 96 hotel rooms and 54 villas to the provincial hospitality industry. - Photo courtesy of Route Inn|
The group said it’s the second project in Viet Nam since it debuted a four-star hotel project – the Grandvrio Da Nang City – in the central city and the start of a plan to develop a chain of 50 hotels in the country until 2025.
Grandvrio Ocean Resort Da Nang, located on the coast between Da Nang and Hoi An, offers private pool villas and rooms with ocean views and contemporary interior design, luxurious fittings and high-end amenities, creating more options for tourists visiting Da Nang and Hoi An.
It also offers the biggest Japanese style restaurant, Bikura, an Onsen (a Japanese hot spring and bathing facilities), Zen Spa and Kids’ zone.
The Japanese Group also began an enrollment programme for students from Da Nang-based Dong A College to serve a chain of 320 hotels in Japan and Viet Nam following a training agreement signed in 2015.
Japan plans to open a Consulate office in Da Nang as a way of boosting tourism and exchange between Japan and Da Nang as well as other central provinces in the future.
Route Inn was considered the first Japanese company to invest in the hospitality sector in central Viet Nam when it poured US$18 million into Da Nang last year.