Staff Writer
Jan 12, 2018

Vinpearl: An events paradise in Vietnam

Vinpearl’s collection of five-star beachside resorts offers corporate groups stunning locations for events.

Vinpearl Da Nang
Vinpearl Da Nang

Vinpearl’s luxury resorts and hotels, spread over more than 3,000 kilometres of Vietnam’s coastline and along the world’s most breathtaking beaches, offer the ultimate experience for business travellers.

The hospitality company operates 17 five-star properties, offering a total of 10,800 rooms and 2,000 villas, with the possibility of accommodating groups of up to 1,000. Featuring a blend of modern European architecture with classic Asian touches, Vinpearl’s hotels are located in some of Vietnam’s most popular, scenic, and fast-rising destinations, including Ha Long, Hoi An, Da Nang, Phu Quoc, Nghe An, Ha Tinh, Nha Trang, and Can Tho.

Vinpearl meets every group’s needs, from private meetings to international cultural and political events. Vinpearl Da Nang, located close to My Khe - renowned as Vietnam’s most picturesque beach, recently hosted world leaders and senior delegates, including Russia’s president, Vladmir Putin, during the APEC Economic Leaders meeting.

Made for meetings

Event facilities across Vinpearl’s resorts include 55 conference spaces, featuring ballrooms and outdoor banquet halls, providing the perfect setting and ambiance for large gatherings. The Da Nang property’s Grand Ballroom can host between 160 to 550 people, while other sizeable spaces include Vinpearl Cua Hoi Resort & Villas’ Grand Ballroom, catering for up to 600 people and the Sunrise Ballroom at Vinpearl Phu Quoc Resort, for up to 798 people. Outdoor stages accommodating up to 5,000 people are also available.

Vinpearl is also ideally suited to hosting more intimate meetings, with smaller meeting spaces and boardrooms spread across its various resorts. All meeting spaces are equipped with state-of-the-art technology, with a wide range of additional business services available.

Culinary expertise

With 45 restaurants and 33 bars across the resorts, must-try Vietnamese delicacies and specialities include thin beef or chicken noodles, bun cha (vermicelli with grilled chopped meat) or Nha Trang fish noodle soup. Network at leisure post-meeting, with resorts featuring scenic bars serving exquisite drinks.

Incentive paradise

Thrill-seekers and those looking to unwind can both take advantage of Vinpearl’s extensive incentive options. Visit Vinpearl Land Entertainment, including two amusement parks featuring a waterpark, themed rides and flower gardens; enjoy an animal experience at the Vinpearl Safari Phu Quoc, which houses more than 3,000 animals, or play a few rounds of golf, with three courses available featuring between 18-36 holes.

For the ultimate in relaxation, guests can head to the Vincharm Health & Beauty Spa, with a full range of rejuvenating and invigorating treatments available.

With further investment on the horizon, Vinpearl’s hotels and resorts are undergoing an extensive growth strategy, positioning it as one of the leading resort and hotel complexes in the region.

Explore the luxury collection of Vinpearl at en.vinpearl.com and start planning your next event in Vietnam.

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