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The Mercure Hoi An Royal opens in Vietnam

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Mercure Hoi An Royal opens in the UNESCO World Heritage town of Hoi An

Hoi An is a World Heritage Site recognised by UNESCO. The Hoi An Ancient Town is an example of an exceptionally well-preserved 15th to 19th century South-East Asian trading port. The city is popular with tourists for its historical streetscapes, nostalgic architecture, a thriving arts and dining scene, as well as its proximity to other cultural attractions including My Son and My Khe Beach.

The Mercure Hoi An Royal is a newly refurbished 96-room boutique hotel, centrally located and only 45 minutes from Danang International Airport. It is centrally located in the heart of town and close to the Hoi An Ancient Town and Cua Dai beach and within walking distance to Thu Bon River as well as the historic Japanese Bridge.

The hotel offers cultural authenticity combined with a full range of facilities and high-standard services available through its 42 Standard rooms, 40 Superior rooms, and 14 Junior suites as well as its facilities including the Royal Restaurant, Pool Bar and function rooms for conferences for corporate and private functions.

Mercure Hoi An Royal Room

Mercure Hoi An Royal Suites

Mr. Tangi Le Grand, Cluster General Manager shares: “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.”

Mercure Hoi An Royal introductory package

Mercure Hoi An Royal Swimming Pool

In celebration of the hotel’s 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 until 31 October 2015.

Things to do in Hoi An, and Vietnam

If you are planning on visiting Hoi An, here’s a guide that you might want to reference – 50 Best Things to do in Vietnam.



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