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Best Western offers Sea & Sun in Nha Trang
(Bangkok – February 20, 2013): Best Western International – the World’s Largest Hotel Chain? – has announced the launch of a new beachfront hotel on Vietnam’s golden coast.

Located on the shores of the South China Sea, the BEST WESTERN Sea & Sun in Nha Trang offers exactly what its seductive name suggests - a perfect combination of tropical sun and azure seas, in one of Asia’s most up-and-coming beach destinations, Nha Trang.

The 10-story property is situated just five minutes’ walk from Nha Trang’s stunning shoreline, and offers guests panoramic views of both the city and ocean. Many of the rooms also come with their own private balconies, so guests can relax and bask in the tropical sun.

The hotel’s 80 rooms, including seven suites, feature classic wooden furnishings and all the facilities one would expect from an internationally-branded hotel. These include private bathrooms, flat-screen televisions with international cable channels, tea and coffee-making facilities, minibars and complimentary internet access.

The hotel offers a wealth of guest facilities and amenities, including an outdoor swimming pool, spa with steam room and sauna, and a tour desk for local excursions. BEST WESTERN Sea & Sun also caters to the corporate and events market, with two meeting rooms able to handle more than 120 delegates.

Guests also have a choice of dining options, ranging from authentic Vietnamese cuisine at the Red Coral Restaurant, to the freshest local seafood and international dishes at the Elegant Restaurant.

“We are delighted to expand our portfolio in Nha Trang – one of Asia’s most exciting new resort destinations,” said Glenn de Souza, Best Western International’s Vice President International Operations – Asia & the Middle East.

“Driven by an influx of new flights, strong demand from the domestic market, and a fast-growing international reputation, Nha Trang’s golden coast will soon rival many of Asia’s more established resort destinations. With two hotels now operating in the area, Best Western is proud to be at the heart of this development,” Mr. de Souza added.

BEST WESTERN Sea & Sun Nha Trang becomes the company’s fifth property in Vietnam, and the second in the coastal province of Khanh Hoa. The first – BEST WESTERN PREMIER Hon Tam Resort & Residences – launched last year on an island just off the coast of Nha Trang. Best Western now plans to add a further two properties in Vietnam by the end of 2014.

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Best Western International is THE WORLD'S LARGEST HOTEL CHAIN?, providing marketing, reservations and operational support to over 4,100* independently owned and operated member hotels in 100* countries and territories worldwide. An industry pioneer since 1946, Best Western has grown into an iconic brand that hosts 400,000* guests worldwide each night. Equally committed to the business and leisure traveler, Best Western recently embarked on a mission to lead the hotel industry in customer care. World Vision is the charity of choice for Best Western in building the world's largest family, with our hotels and staff sponsoring children in need around the globe. Best Western’s partnerships with AAA?/CAA?, Michael Waltrip RacingTM and Harley-Davidson? help guests make the most of every trip. For the fastest way to a free night, join Best Western Rewards?, the only hotel frequency program that's truly global. For more information or to make a reservation, please visit

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