The Vietnam port city of Hoi An will get a large resort complex that costs US$4 billion. Named as Hoiana, the project will be developed by joint venture partners, namely, VinaCapital, Suncity Group and Gold Yield Enterprises.
The project is green-lighted and its first phase is set to open in the first quarter of 2019. Hoiana will be located only several minutes away from the port of Hoi An in Central Vietnam. The port is added to the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, so guests will be able not only to enjoy stunning views of the beachfront, but also to visit the protected area. The complex will consist of 445 guestrooms and 200 apartment suites available for sale as a buy-to-let object. The hotel and apartments will be operated by Hong Kong headquartered New World Hotels. The resort will also include 75 posh villas and 25 exclusive residences, and a large spa center operated by Rosewood. Later, a golf course designed by Robert Trent Jones will appear in Hoiana. The resort will be distinguished by a well-developed infrastructure. It will have an entertainment venue, a beach club, dive center, watersport complex, a venue for live shows and events, a promenade with retail shops and numerous bars and restaurants.
The planned complex will be ready in 10 or 15 stages, during which it will get numerous hotels, a village on the beachfront, a whole new retail district, a zone with residences, a separate hub for water sports, one more golf course, a convention center, a new lagoon that will allow year-round swimming and even a special college to train hospitality staff.