Be a part of Vietnam’s tourism revival as The Grand Ho Tram Strip in partnership with Ba Ria-Vung Tau People’s Committee launched a pilot programme offering city-weary visitors a chance to spend an entire week on the idyllic shores of Ho Tram.
|Guests will enjoy unrestricted access within The Grand Ho Tram Strip complex |
The pioneering programme, which is led by the provincial authorities to reignite travel to the popular seaside province, aims to take the nation’s commitment to live safely with COVID-19, with a plan that explores the means by which we may all travel safely with COVID-19.
The ultra-exclusive Ho Tram Staycation packages are being offered by The Grand Ho Tram Strip in its InterContinental Grand Ho Tram tower. Packages include room and breakfast only, half board (room, breakfast, and dinner included) and full board (room, breakfast, lunch, and dinner included) options.
Guests will enjoy unrestricted access within The Grand Ho Tram Strip complex, its expansive swimming pools, and savour the culinary delights of its signature Ginger Restaurant and The Grand Café.
“Ba Ria-Vung Tau province has once again demonstrated it is one of the leading lights in helping Vietnamese people, business, and entire industries to recover and rebound from the pandemic. It is an honour to be selected to assist them in this pilot programme to help travel and tourism operators around the province and around the nation in getting back to business,” said Walt Power, CEO of The Grand Ho Tram Strip.
Throughout the resort, guests will be required to adhere to all 5K requirements throughout their stay, with masks and sanitiser available to guests, and the resort is limiting the number of available packages to ensure that social distancing can be maintained in all public areas. All guests will be required to have a green card on the government authorised app.
To further ensure the resort’s hygiene, all members of The Grand Ho Tram Strip’s team will be living on-site throughout the week.
These exclusive all-inclusive packages priced from VND36.7 million ($1,595) net for seven nights for the room and breakfast package and VND46 million ($2,000) and VND53.8 million ($2,340) for the half and full board packages, respectively, for two people.