Foreign investment continues to flow into hospitality market

Foreign investment continues to flow into hospitality market

The hospitality industry has struggled in the past year, but despite the challenges, foreign investors are still debuting new properties in Vietnam.
Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai: putting Vietnam on luxury tourism map

Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai: putting Vietnam on luxury tourism map

Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai, Hoi An in the central province of Quang Nam has received the highest ranking by Forbes Travel Guide for three consecutive years, with the 5-star resort honouring superior service, state-of-the-art facilities, and impeccable quality that marks an impressive imprint in the Vietnamese tourism and hospitality industry.
Green is the new black for hoteliers

Green is the new black for hoteliers

Hoteliers and guests in Vietnam are changing their perception of green practices.
Local tourists, guests to help hospitality industry recover

Local tourists, guests to help hospitality industry recover

Hotels need to appeal more to local corporate guests and tourists to help the hospitality sector recover, market researcher Savills has said.
Insight into a recovering hospitality industry

Insight into a recovering hospitality industry

Le Quoc Viet, CEO of hoteljob.vn, has a lot of experience in building and operating hotels after working in tourism for around 15 years. He shared with Timeout’s Hoang Oanh his assessments and views on opportunities and solutions for the hospitality industry to recover from the ongoing pandemic.
Survey: 71 pct. of hospitality firms see Q1 revenue down over 30 pct

Survey: 71 pct. of hospitality firms see Q1 revenue down over 30 pct

Seventy-one percent of enterprises in the hospitality industry responding to a recent survey said their revenue in the first quarter of 2020 fell more than 30 percent against the same period last year because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tourist arrivals in Hanoi drop strongly

Tourist arrivals in Hanoi drop strongly

Tourist arrivals in Hanoi in the first quarter are estimated at 3.85 million, down 47.2 percent annually, according to the Hanoi Department of Tourism.
Changing face of Vietnam hospitality

Changing face of Vietnam hospitality

The fast-changing hospitality industry is offering many opportunities for developers to expand the number of rooms and market their properties to future new categories of guests like millennials, according to hospitality experts.
Chef Alfred G finds recipe for success

Chef Alfred G finds recipe for success

Duc Hanh finds out that Alfred G, Hotel Nikko Hanoi’s executive chef, is a type “A” personality who is ambitious, busy, goal-oriented, witty and driven, who loves extreme sports and speaks several languages.