On November 30, Wink Hotels, a revolutionary new hospitality brand in Vietnam, unveiled its made-in-Vietnam brand at the buzzing beach city with the official opening of Wink Hotel Danang Centre located at 178 Tran Phu street.
Indochina Kajima Development Limited, a joint venture between Indochina Capital, a leading real estate developer in Vietnam, and Kajima Corporation, one of Japan’s largest general contractors and overseas real estate developers, held a ground-breaking ceremony for its latest venture, the Wink Hotel Can Tho Centre, on September 16.
The economic recovery and tourism reboot is providing attractive opportunities for hotel brands to increase their presence in new destinations.
Indochina Kajima Development Ltd. held a groundbreaking ceremony for the Wink Hotels Haiphong Centre at 135 Dien Bien Phu on August 18.
Despite the recent pandemic, Indochina Kajima is persisting in its goal of building 20 Wink Hotels across the country. VIR's Mai Dang spoke with Michael Piro, CEO of Wink Hotels about the hotels ambititons.
Wink Hotels is a new Vietnamese hospitality brand emerging in Indochina that takes a bold approach to affordable luxury in the region.
The past two years have been unprecedented for the majority of the world. Michael Piro, COO of Indochina Capital and CEO of Wink Hotels, forecasts hospitality trends for 2022.
Despite being heavily impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic worldwide, Toong has recently opened its 19th outlet in the Indochina region named Toong Nguyen Binh Khiem Saigon, located at Wínk Hotel in District 1 of Ho Chi Minh City.
The first hotel of the Wínk Hotels chain developed by Indochina Capital and Kajima from Japan officially opened on March 24 on Nguyen Binh Khiem Street of District 1 in Ho Chi Minh City.
The hospitality industry has struggled in the past year, but despite the challenges, foreign investors are still debuting new properties in Vietnam. VIR’s Hoang Anh sat down with Michael Piro, Indochina Capital’s COO and Wink Hotels’ CEO, to discuss the brand’s soon-to-open first property and why foreign investors are still bullish on Vietnam’s hospitality market.
Wink Hotels, a revolutionary new hospitality brand that aims to redefine affordable luxury in Vietnam, last week announced the opening date of its first hotel venue in southern Vietnam.
A traveller survey conducted in the midst of Vietnam’s second wave of COVID-19 infections by Indochina Capital and Wínk Hotels reveals the travel habits and preferences of Vietnamese travellers, including the health and safety-related factors that would influence their hotel accommodation decisions.
Wínk Hotel – the very first in a pipeline of 10 hotels to be launched across Vietnam over the next four years, will open in the fourth quarter in Ho Chi Minh City’s Da Kao area of District 1, dubbed the Soho of Saigon.
A brand of hotels embracing Indochina’s old and new traditions is about to make its mark in central Vietnam.
In anticipation of the opening of the first Wínk Hotel in the summer of 2020, Indochina Capital have launched a bilingual online lifestyle publication – a cultural guide to Vietnam with music mixes, city guides, radio shows, podcasts, and much more.