BIM Group, Regent develop first six-star resort on Phú Quốc
  • | VNS | November 10, 2017 02:27 PM
Vietnamese property developer BIM Group is co-operating with Asian-based global hospitality group Regent Hotels & Resorts to develop the first six-star resort on Phú Quốc Island.

A bird view of Regent Phu Quoc. - Photo BIM Group

Regent Phú Quốc, a luxury resort and residential development, will be built on an area of 15ha with 76 villas, 42 sky villas and 120 hotel rooms, together with luxury facilities and amenities such as rooftop bar, sky bar, gym, beach club, spa and a Michelin-star restaurant.

It is expected that Regent Phú Quốc with its state-of-the-art design on an immense water surface in accordance with the typical colours of Vietnamese architecture will become a “pearl” of the island’s real estate market.

Carrying the Regent brand, which has set the benchmark for luxury hotels worldwide since it was founded in 1970, synonymous with timeless style, supreme comfort and intuitive service, Regent Phú Quốc promises to attract the upper class who want to experience timeless elegance, to appreciate age-old traditions in rhythm with modern-day trends and to indulge in underrated luxury.

Going beyond five-star luxury standards, it is easy to understand why Regent Hotels & Resorts is always on the list of favourite destinations of world celebrities such as singer Alicia Keys and model Cindy Crawford.

Many believed Regent Phú Quốc is another big step forward for BIM Group, following success in a series of previous projects such as InterContinental Phú Quốc Long Beach Resort & Residences.

Operated by one of the world’s leading hospitality groups InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG), InterContinental Phu Quoc Long Beach Resort & Residences has become a “phenomenon” in the real estate market of Phú Quốc since the first day it was launched for sale.

Just a short 1-2 hour flight from the capital cities of ASEAN countries, Phú Quốc Island with beautiful white beaches, primary forest and abundant ecosystem is emerging as a must-go destination for tourists.

The island has attracted huge investment in tourism property development to exploit its potential by prestigious developers such as BIM Group, Sun Group and Vingroup.

The development of Phú Quốc Island in the southern province of Kiên Giang is also promising, given the Government’s plan of developing it into a special administrative-economic zone.

Under the project of establishing the Phú Quốc Special Administrative-Economic Unit which recently got approval by Kiên Giang People’s Council, Phú Quốc was expected to become a hub for tourism, trade, research and development, and finance-banking services.

The draft law on the Special Administrative-Economic Unit is being discussed at the fourth plenary meeting of the 14th National Assembly, which is expected, when it comes into force, will create a breakthrough for special administrative-economic units, including Phú Quốc, Vân Đồn in the northern province of Quảng Ninh and Bắc Vân Phong in the central province of Khánh Hòa.

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