Lloyd Nathan, chief executive officer (CEO) of Asian Coast Development (Canada) Ltd. (ACDL), the project investor, says workers are putting the finishing touches to a five-star hotel with 541 rooms, named MGM Grand Ho Tram, an entertainment centre, restaurants and retail shops.
The Canadian-invested project is the first in Vietnam to build a large-scale resort complex covering 164 ha and stretching along 2.2 km of beautiful beach in Long Dien district. It is divided into five phases with an estimated investment of US$4.2 billion.
The complex includes a 19-storey luxury hotel, a series of international-standard restaurants, a conference hall, art performance areas, swimming pools, a golf course and entertainment centres.
Lloyd Nathan says that National Highway 51 is being upgraded to make it easier access to Ho Tram Strip from Ho Chi Minh City.VO