Naticorp to launch condotel project in Nha Trang

Tuesday, Oct 10, 2017 15:01

The US$91 million Scenia Bay condotel project is situated on the main road of the city, with the main side adjacent to Nha Trang beach. — VNS Photo

Nam Tien Lao Cai Corporation (Naticorp) will officially launch the Scenia Bay condotel project in Nha Trang on Sunday at the Lotte Centre in Ha Noi.

The VND2.06 trillion (US$90.5 million) project will comprise apartments, hotels and services and will be located at 25-26 Pham Van Dong Street. This is one of the few remaining projects in the prime coastal location of Nha Trang City.

Being built on an area of 7,666sq.m, the five-star condotel will include 40 floors and two basements, of which the first four floors will be used for common facilities, including a lobby, a spa, restaurants, a shopping centre and meeting rooms.

From the 5th floor, there will be 704 apartments for sale and 274 hotel rooms with separate zones such as an infinity pool and a sky restaurant.

The project is situated on the main road of the city, with the main side, adjacent to Nha Trang beach, offering a sea view to all of the apartments. In addition, it has easy access to the city’s beautiful landscapes, such as Hon Mun and Hon Tam islands, Ninh Van bay, Po Nagar Cham Tower and Dam Market.

In mid-August, Thailand’s InVision Hospitality signed an agreement to become the project’s operator when it becomes operational in 2020.

On the occasion of the project launch, the project’s investors will give attractive gifts worth VND800 billion to the customers. Visitors who come to the event will stand the chance to win an iPhone 8 Plus, an iPhone 8 or a Smart TV Sony 43". Customers who sign to purchase Scenia Bay’s apartments will have the chance to win a motorcyle SH125i 2017 version, an Apple MacBook or an iPhone 8 Plus.

Headquartered in northern Lao Cai City and with over 20 years of operation, Naticorp has expanded its business from infrastructure construction and hydro-power plants to chemicals and real estate sectors with an annual turnover of VND1.2 trillion ($53 million). — VNS

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