Ho Tram Strip has it all

In its first phase of development, The Grand Ho Tram Strip is Vietnam’s first large-scale fully-integrated resort.

on December 15,2014 11:09 AM

Ho Tram Strip has it all

Just a short two-hour drive from HCMC, Ho Tram Strip sits on 164 hectares of pristine white sand beach aside the turquoise waters of the East Sea, with Vietnam’s first truly integrated resort, The Grand, and the Greg Norman championship golf course, The Bluffs, and once complete will boast another integrated resort, three more five-star resorts, and a recently announced condominium and villa residential offering.

Opened in July 2013, the five-star resort has rapidly emerged as southern Vietnam’s hottest getaway, with weekends regularly seeing a full house as visitors flock to experience one of the most talked about developments in the country’s tourism history.

The Grand features 541 rooms and suites that are simply stunning in their appointment and amenities. In October The Bluffs championship golf course was officially added to The Grand Ho Tram Strip development. Designed by legendary golfer Greg Norman, the 18-hole par 71 course was Asia’s most anticipated. The highest point of the rugged, windswept property is 50 metres above sea level, where players are presented with a 360-degree view of the course, the surrounding national forest that’s a haven for wildlife, and the expansive shoreline.

Ho Tram Strip has it all

The course has been open for preview play since early 2014 and has already been nominated for three Asia Pacific Golf Awards, including Best New Golf Course in Asia Pacific, Best Golf Course in Vietnam, and Best Golf Course Superintendent (Ali Macfadyen).

For those looking for the ultimate in relaxation, The Spa has an extensive menu of services to unwind and indulge. Ancient healing traditions of the world’s richest cultures combine with modern sensory immersion technology to help restore balance and inspire a sense of rejuvenation, connection, and well-being. Also beckoning guests are its two stunning infinity pools that spill onto the private beach. Serenity awaits when guests book one of the cabanas to enjoy the water-side service of the pool bar.

At night, Club 9 is an ultra-cool destination where guests can experience the essence of Saigon nightlife on Ho Tram Strip. Fun DJs and dancers rock the house, with guests dancing the night away to pulsating beats or simply enjoying a special night out. Each special bottle ordered is presented in a unique and extravagant fashion, making the moment even more extraordinary.

For more adventurous guests, The Grand offers a variety of day and half-day trips to fully explore the diversity and beauty of Vietnam. Thirty kilometres and 30 minutes by road from The Grand is the fishing village of Long Hai. Or there’s Binh Chau Hot Springs, just 20 minutes from The Grand, where the natural springs are ‘hot enough to boil eggs’, as local people like to say. Over half a day or a full day, guests can unwind in hot mud baths or indulge in a massage. From there they can also visit a zoo, with bears, monkeys, weasels, geckos, eagles, and crocodiles.

No matter what type of experience you seek in Vietnam, from five-star luxury accommodation and trying your luck at the casino to a round on a championship golf course and authentic Vietnamese adventures, Ho Tram Strip has it all.

A daily shuttle bus from HCMC and Vung Tau is available, making for quick and easy access to the property.

The Grand Ho Tram Strip

Phuoc Thuan Commune, Xuyen Moc Dist.,

Ba Ria Vung Tau

Tel: (064) 378 8888

Website: www.thegrandhotramstrip.com

 

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