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Swiss-Belhotel International opens another hotel in Vietnam

Swiss-Belhotel International, one of the fastest growing hotel management chains in Asia Pacific and the Middle East, has announced the upcoming opening of Swiss-Belhotel Lao Cai on July 2013.

Swiss-Belhotel Lao Cai is a four-star international hotel beautifully situated in Vietnam’s historic city, Lao Cai. Bordering four provinces in Vietnam and China, the city provides an international border gate that allows easy access to tourists coming from China to Vietnam and vice versa. It is a home to 25 ethnic minorities, making it a place of great historical value, and maintains lush mountains and diverse water resources which are main tourist attractions. Going to Lao Cai, through the Sapaly Express Train from Hanoi, travellers can also stop by SaPa, one of Vietnam’s popular sites due to its cool climate, dramatic landscapes, colourful hill-tribes and breathtaking scenery.

Designed to accommodate the needs of both business and leisure travellers to Lao Cai, Swiss-Belhotel Lao Cai highlights a combination of contemporary and local traditional style to create a soothing and relaxing ambience to its guests. This upscale hotel features 186 fully equipped modern guestrooms and an array of sophisticated facilities including conference rooms, business centre, fitness centre and lobby lounge and bar and top of the line restaurants. Being attached to the newly built commercial centre, Swiss-Belhotel Lao Cai offers its guests a convenient access to many other dining, entertainment and shopping venues.  

Swiss-Belhotel International opens another hotel in Vietnam
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“Swiss-Belhotel International is proud to have been appointed to manage and operate our second hotel in Vietnam, the Swiss-Belhotel Lao Cai. Set to open in June 2013, this modern and uniquely designed four-star hotel will provide deluxe amenities and genuine local hospitality to ensure its guests a truly remarkable experience”, commented Swiss-Belhotel International Chairman and President,    Mr. Gavin M. Faull.

Swiss-Belhotel International currently manages a portfolio of more than 120 hotels, resorts and projects located in China, Vietnam, Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, Australia, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain, Iraq, Oman and Saudi Arabia. Awarded Indonesia's Leading Global Hotel Chain for three consecutive years and Most Favourite 4-Star Hotel, Swiss-Belhotel International is one of the world’s fastest-growing international hotel and hospitality management groups. The Group provides comprehensive and highly professional development and management services in all aspects of hotel, resort and serviced residences. Offices are located in Hong Kong, Dubai – United Arab Emirates, Shanghai - China, Sydney – Australia, Hanoi - Vietnam, Jakarta - Indonesia, Bali - Indonesia, Bangkok - Thailand and Auckland - New Zealand.

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