Mr. Patrick Basset, Chief Operating Officer for AccorHotels Thailand, Vietnam, South Korea, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and the Philippinessays, “Hoi An has always been a must-go destination for both local and international travellers. Cultural enthusiasts are unable to resist its nostalgic old streets, and heritage as a 600-year old trading port and now as a haven for artists and galleries. The opening of Mercure Hoi An in this historic town adds to the growing network of AccorHotels' mid-scale brand that embodies high service standards and warmth.” Mr. Basset explains that the hotel will also cater to the many tourists visiting the 26 kilometer stretch of sandy beaches between Hoi An and Danang.
The hotel offers 42 Standard rooms, 40 Superior rooms, and 14 Junior suites. The elegant interiors exhibit traditional flower motifs and vivid local colours with an air of vintage chic. The luxury Junior suites have private terraces with direct access to the hotel's brand new swimming pool and garden. Each spacious room features tea and coffee making facilities, a safe, a large bathroom, a balcony, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and complimentary Wi-Fi internet access.
Cluster General Manager Mr. Tangi Le Grand says “Mercure Hoi An Royal was designed in a boutique style that blends in perfectly with the local ambiance. Following its refurbishment, the hotel looks forward to welcoming corporate and leisure travellers seeking the high comfort, service and quality offerings of the Mercure brand.”
Among other key facilities, the Royal Restaurant offers all-day buffet-style and à la carte dining with international cuisine, while the Pool Bar is an ideal place to unwind with its selection of cocktails, coffee, tea, and tasty snacks served all day.
To meet the demand for meetings and conferences, the hotel boasts a fully equipped function room ideal for private and corporate functions. Its meeting facilities can accommodate up to 25 guests for conferences or cocktail receptions as well as numerous business needs.
Hoi An is recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The Ancient Town is an exceptionally well-preserved example of a South-East Asian trading port, dating from the 15th to the 19th century. Formerly an important trading port, today the city is popular with tourists for its historic streetscapes, grand architecture, pretty river and thriving arts and dining scene, as well as its proximity to other cultural attractions including My Son and My Khe Beach. Hoi An is 30 kilometres from Danang International Airport, while Danang is an hour's flight from Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City.
Mercure Hoi An Royal introductory package
To celebrate its grand opening, Mercure Hoi An Royal is offering a special introductory offer with rates starting from just VND 1,290,000 per room, per night with daily breakfast for two and complimentary Wi-Fi internet access. This offer is valid from now until 31st October 2015. For more information, please visit:www.mercure.com or email email@example.com