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The Silver Shores International Resort renamed into Crowne Plaza

posted Jun 28, 2011, 12:01 AM by Dong Travel   [ updated Jun 28, 2011, 12:15 AM by Mickey Dong Hoang Thinh ]
International Hotels Group (IHG) will take over the management of the Silver Shores International Resort in Danang, and rebrand it as a Crowne Plaza from September 27.

Launched in January last year, the convention and casino resort currently has 422 available rooms, and will start operating an additional 113 rooms in late September. Construction on its second phase development, involving 52 villas in the resort’s secluded quarter, will begin later this year.

The resort's facilities include an 820m2 grand ballroom, seven meeting rooms, four F&B outlets, a recreational centre and a gaming facility.

IHG's arrival in Danang will be ahead of a slew of international hotel brands, some of which were expected to make their entry in the last two years, but were postponed due to construction delays.

New international branded hotels in the pipeline for Danang include Hyatt Regency, JW Marriott and Le Meridien.

Accor will open the 279-room Mercure Danang later this year, and the 197-room Pullman Danang Olalani Resort and 346-room Novotel Danang Han River next year.

Source: TTGA
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