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Marriott has announced that it will welcome 3 new luxury resorts to its portfolio in Vietnam, including 2 new brands. Destined for Hon Thom Island in Phu Quoc and Trang An, the hotels are currently scheduled to open in 2028 and 2029.
With plenty of time to plan your trip, here’s what we know about the new JW Marriott, Luxury Collection, and Ritz-Carlton Reserve properties debuting in Vietnam.
Marriott Luxury Hotels Coming to Vietnam
JW Marriott Trang An Resort & Spa in Trang An will be the first of the 3 hotels to open in 2028 followed by Ritz-Carlton Reserve, Hon Thom Island. The Luxury Collection Resort, Hon Thom Island will open in 2029.
The second JW Marriott property in Vietnam, JW Marriot Trang An Resort & Spa will feature 150 rooms and suites in addition to 35 villas that will have 1 or 2 bedrooms. Some of the villas will also come with private pools. Dining options at this resort will include 2 restaurants, a cafe, and 2 bars with amenities like 2 pool zones, a Spa by JW, a fitness center, and a kids club.
Ritz-Carlton Reserve, Hon Thom Island will also open in 2028 and mark the first Ritz-Carlton Reserve property in Vietnam. The hotel will feature sea views of Phu Quoc’s peninsula and be home to a collection of 40 pool villas. There will be 2 resort pools, a spa, 3 restaurants and 3 bars. Families can look forward to a 2-story activity center and garden at Jean-Michel Cousteau’s Ambassadors of the Environment kids educational program.
And finally, The Luxury Collection Resort, Hon Thom Island will open in 2029. This resort will feature 305 rooms and suites, including family accommodations. Guests can also look forward to 2 pool areas, a kids’ club, a fitness center, and a spa. There will also be 6 restaurants and bars throughout the property.
Hon Thom is an island off of the southern coast of Phu Quoc that features turquoise waters less than a 2-hour flight from Ho Chi Minh City (SGN). Trang An is about 60 miles east of Hanoi and features historical temples and palaces as well as its famous sugarloaf mountains. Trang An is Southeast Asia’s first dual World Heritage Site.
How To Book
None of these properties will be open for several years (at least) and therefore cannot be booked at this time. However, it’s never too early to anticipate a trip to these forthcoming properties — and you’ll have plenty of time to earn Marriott Bonvoy points so you can book an almost-free stay at any one of these high-end resorts. Be sure to check out our guide to the best Marriott Bonvoy credit cards so you can take advantage of elevated welcome bonus offers and other Marriott-centric perks.
Marriott clearly sees an opportunity in Vietnam’s luxury market and is betting big on both international and domestic travelers. These hotels sound like they’ll be a great addition to the brand and will be yet another opportunity to use points in Southeast Asia.
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