First Wínk Hotels to be opened in Viet Nam

Friday, Nov 15, 2019 16:41

The topping out of the first Wink Hotel – Wink Saigon Center Hotel. — VNS Photo

Indochina Kajima Development Limited (Indochina Kajima), a joint-venture between Indochina Capital, a leading real estate developer in Viet Nam and Kajima Corporation, one of Japan’s largest general contractors and real estate developers, has announced the start of construction for the second Wink Hotel in the core central business district of Da Nang and the topping out of the first Wink Hotel – Wink Saigon Center Hotel.

Located on one of Da Nang’s most active streets, Wink Hotel 178 Tran Phu marks the brand’s breakthrough in Central Viet Nam. The 244-room Wink Hotel brings an innovative product to the hospitality market. The ground-breaking ceremony for Wink 178 Tran Phu was held on November 2, 2019.

Wink Saigon Centre Hotel, comprising 237 rooms, rises at 75 Nguyen Binh Khiem, District 1, nestled in HCM City’s central business district. Set to open in the third quarter of 2020, Wink Saigon Centre Hotel’s topping out marks the building reaching its maximum height and the transition to interior fit-out.

“This marks yet another milestone for us in delivering the first international standard hospitality brand to Viet Nam and the region,” notes Peter Ryder, CEO of Indochina Capital and Chairman of Indochina Kajima.

“Wink Hotels is part of Indochina Kajima’s mandate to creatively mould the real estate industry in Viet Nam. After Wink Saigon Centre Hotel and Wink Hotel 178 Tran Phu, Da Nang, we will look to provide this elevated hotel experience in Ha Noi, as well as many emerging secondary cities such as Can Tho, Tuy Hoa, Hai Phong and Vung Tau. Indochina Capital has always pushed the boundaries for creativity, and we are excited and committed to developing more high-quality and innovative projects across Viet Nam.”

The hotel will be operated by Indochina Vanguard Hotels, a joint venture between Indochina Capital, Kajima Corporation and Vanguard Hotels.

“We aim to disrupt the hospitality industry by introducing a hotel product that will be the first of its kind in this incredible country,” shares Michael Piro, the CEO of Wink Hotels and COO of Indochina Capital. “Wink will strive to ensure guests have a vivid and lasting impression of Viet Nam.” — VNS

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