JW Marriott opens on Phu Quoc, Vietnam

JW Marriott has opened the JW Marriott Phu Quoc, Emerald Bay located on Vietnam's largest island.

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The property has 1,100 sqm of indoor and outdoor meeting space designed to suit the needs of a variety of meetings and events, including a 715 sqm grand ballroom.

The hotel also offers 244 rooms, suites and villas, and five restaurants offering authentic Vietnamese cuisine, contemporary Japanese fare and classic French food.

Daily activities ranging from Vietnamese martial arts and lantern making, to cooking classes and wellness activities such as boot camp, yoga and island excursions, are also available. The resort provides its own private beach and three outdoor pools.

The on site spa houses eight treatment rooms which are equipped with a private rainforest shower, steam room, sauna, and treatment area.

 

See more on Vietnam:

New Four Seasons Resort to open in Vietnam

Centara acquires hotel on Vietnam's Phu Quoc Island

Incentive Travel Report: Vietnam Destination Guide

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