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Article from BTNews 5 SEPTEMBER 2016

First Four Seasons in Vietnam

The Nam Hai Hoi An resort in Vietnam is to be managed by Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts as of 20 December. It will be the group’s first property in the country. 

The resort, a joint venture between international property group HPL and Dubai investment company ASB Development, lies along the Vietnamese coastline near the town of Hoi An, a trading port dating from the 15th century and one of Vietnam's modern culinary meccas. 

The property is 30min from the city of Da Nang and Da Nang International Airport, making it easily accessible for international and regional travellers.

Four Seasons president and CEO J Allen Smith said Vietnam was an important market for the group and the new property represented an opportunity to establish the company’s presence quickly in a top destination.

“As we continue to extend our presence across Asia-Pacific we are focused on ensuring each new addition to our portfolio represents the very best of Four Seasons, and this property will be no exception,” Smith added.

Four Seasons’ presence in the Asia-Pacific region includes two properties in Bali; two more plus a private island and a private catamaran in the Maldives; three in Thailand; and one each in Bora Bora and Langkawi.

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