Lighting up the map of the Vietnamese hospitality industry, Muong Thanh Hospitality has built a position in the hearts and minds of guests from home and abroad.
As the biggest privately owned hotel chain in Indochina, Muong Thanh owns almost 60 hotels with a capacity of 12,000 rooms, creating job opportunities and working environments for over 10,000 workers.
In December, the company launched Muong Thanh Luxury Cao Bang Hotel in Cao Bang city, its 60th location, to mark its 30th anniversary.
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Situated around 80km from well-known tourist destinations like Ban Gioc waterfall and 50km from the historic Pac Bo Cave-Lenin Spring site, the 21-storey hotel has a prime location in the heart of Cao Bang.
From the hotel, guests may relax and take a breathtaking view of the city, well known as a jewel of the northeast mountainous region of Vietnam. The hotel has 223 rooms and suites fully equipped with beautiful, high-class furnishings, and amenities up to 5-star standards.
The hotel offers five conference rooms outfitted with the most up-to-date equipment and a restaurant seating 300 people that serves international and local delicacies. In addition, the entertainment system with karaoke room, gym, spa, and indoor swimming pool with a panoramic view on the 20th floor will provide guests with a comfortable stay.
The opening of Muong Thanh Luxury Cao Bang Hotel has ushered in a refreshing new era and added energy to the province’s tourism and economic development.
Visitors, families, agencies, and corporations will find this hotel a perfect spot to stay and hold activities and events when travelling to Cao Bang.
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On December 24, Muong Thanh Group launched Muong Thanh Luxury Cao Bang Hotel, its 60th location, to mark its 30th anniversary.
By Que Chi