The Furama Resort on Vietnam’s famous China Beach in Danang has again been ranked one of the country’s ‘Top Ten Hotels’ by the Vietnam Tourism Association (VTA) and Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) in recognition of its business performance, management excellence and overall contribution to the national tourism industry.
Paul Stoll, general manager of Furama Resort, said being a member of the ‘Top Ten’ is like being a member of a “Privileged Club”. The Furama’s performance is underlined by average occupancy close to 90 per cent and average room rate of US$90 “which makes it one of the busiest and most profitable hotels in the country”.
The ‘Top Ten’ award is the latest in a long list of accolades collected both at home and abroad.
This year, three Vietnam magazines - the Vietnam Economic Times, The Guide and Kinh Te - have yet again voted the Furama ‘Best Resort in Vietnam’, while Mr. Stoll has received a special award for his contribution to tourism development in Vietnam.