In a positive sign for the continued revival of the international tourism industry in Vietnam, the luxurious Alma Resort is set to officially open for business at the end of this month.
The property had already begun taking domestic bookings from December 2019, though its opening to the international market was initially delayed due to the outbreak of COVID-19 and the resulting travel restrictions. Now that domestic flights have resumed, Vietnam is expecting international flights – and tourists – to follow soon.
Located on the Cam Ranh peninsula on the south-central coast of Vietnam, Alma Resort is a 196-pavilion and 384-suite luxury resort that commands 74 acres of idyllic beachfront shoreline in one of the nation’s up-and-coming destinations. Facilities include 14 food and beverage outlets and numerous beachfront swimming pools. A food court serves a wide variety of both local and international cuisine, or there’s a pool bar, beach bar and a mini supermarket.
Additional facilities on offer at the resort include a waterpark, spa, art gallery, cinema, science museum, convention centre, amphitheatre, VR-focused youth centre, kids’ club, water sports centre, gymnasium and yoga room. Golfers at the Alma can enjoy a world-class 18-hole putting green, while other athletes can use the archery and football fields, or try the tennis and basketball courts.
“With a broad spectrum of inspiring things to see and do, this ambitious resort is emblematic of what Vietnam is just now becoming — a destination not merely for travellers but for people on holiday,” says Herbert Laubichler-Pichler, who is the general manager of the hotel.
The Cam Ranh peninsula first found fame as Southeast Asia’s greatest deep-water harbour. It is now developing a reputation as an upscale alternative to nearby Nha Trang.
Combining luxury accommodation with a spectacular location and an unparalleled range of facilities, the Alma Resort has positioned itself as a destination that’s ideally suited for extended family getaways, romantic escapes and business breaks. The Resort will officially open on 31st May, 2020.