Savills phân phối độc quyền biệt thự nghỉ dưỡng X2 Hội An

By | Dau Tu Chung Khoan | No Comments
(ĐTCK) Ngày 12/7, chủ đầu tư Mỹ Việt, nhà phát triển dự án IXORA đã tổ chức ký hợp đồng phân phối độc quyền với Savills Việt Nam và chính thức ra mắt Dự án X2 Hội An- Khách sạn và biệt thự ven sông có quy mô 7 ha tọa lạc trên dải bờ sông Cổ Cò thuộc huyện Điện Bàn tỉnh Quảng Nam.


X2 Hội An là tổ hợp khách sạn và biệt thự ven sông, trong đó biệt thự có từ 2-4 phòng ngủ hướng sông và hướng hồ bơi.

Thiết kế của X2 Hội An mang hơi thở đương đại với các nguyên vật liệu địa phương tự nhiên như gỗ và đá, hài hòa với kiến trúc xanh tổng thể của dự án.

Tất cả các biệt thự đều được thiết kế với hồ bơi riêng, không gian sinh hoạt chung rộng rãi, và sở hữu vị trí lý tưởng gần với các tiện ích, thuận thiện cho gia đình và bạn bè vui chơi.

Tổng số căn tại dự án 68 căn biệt thự chia làm 2 giai đoạn xây dựng. Giai đoạn 1 gồm 35 căn biệt thự được mở bán, 33 căn biệt thự mở bán trong giai đoạn 2. Dự kiến, bàn giao các căn biệt thự trong giai đoạn giai đoạn 1 vào tháng 9/2018. Giá bán một căn biệt thự tại X2 dự kiến từ 8 tỷ đồng.

Source: Dau Tu Chung Khoan

X2 Hoi An Resort and Residence introduced

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The X2 Hoi An Resort and Residence was officially introduced by Savills Vietnam, the My Viet JSC (MIVICO), and IXORA on July 12 in Hanoi.


Located on the banks of the Co Co River in Dien Ban district in the ancient town of Hoi An in central Quang Nam province, X2 Hoi An is a hotel and villa complex invested by MIVICO and developed by IXORA.

The first phase consisting of 35 villas is under construction, with a fully-furnished handover to come in the first quarter of 2019. Purchasers can choose from three and four-bedroom riverfront villas, three-bedroom river view homes, or two-bedroom pool view homes.

All villas are designed with a large private swimming pool and a spacious common living area and are ideally located near amenities and family-friendly facilities.

Savills Vietnam was officially appointed as the exclusive agent for the X2 Hoi An Resort and Residence in June. Mr. Duong Duc Hien, Director of Residential Sales at Savills Hanoi, said it is easy to feel the owner’s dedication even in the smallest of details. “Each piece of stone or wood is selected through several processes before being hand-assembled stone-by-stone on the wall to create natural insulation for each villa,” he said. “Interior details, from gold-plated water taps to the bricks or the stone walls, are completely crafted from the highest quality materials, enhancing not only the beauty but also the lifetime of each villa.”

Mr. David Chang, Founder of IXORA, is committed to providing a high level of quality and aesthetics in products, which presents a valuable investment opportunity to purchasers.

Inspired by the surrounding natural beauty, hand-selected designers created structures that blend seamlessly into the environment, with fresh greenery in the private gardens of each villa and organic and hydroponic gardens throughout the project.

The design of X2 Hoi An is in harmony with the overall green architecture of the project and is also the “air conditioning” for the villas, ensuring a fresh and natural living space.

X2 Hoi An also provides high-standard facilities such as an infinity swimming pool, a library, a spa, a nursing club, restaurants, bars, and an amusement park for children, providing a leisurely lifestyle and comfort.

Source: VN Economic Times


Over 93% of foreigners satisfied when touring Viet Nam

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Over 93% of interviewed foreign tourists said they are satisfied with their trips to Viet Nam, according to the Viet Nam Annual Tourism Report 2017 by the Viet Nam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT).


The VNAT recently said that in 2017, it distributed 27,000 feedback forms to foreigners at 12 international border gates nationwide, including four airports, four land border gates, and four seaports.
Results showed that up to 93.46% of the respondents were satisfied and very satisfied with their trips in Viet Nam. Only 0.63% of them recorded any dissatisfaction.

More than 92.5% of tourists stayed overnight in Viet Nam at tourism accommodations, and 7.4% visited the country within one day. Over 60% of the visitors organised tours by themselves.

Meanwhile, each foreign visitor staying at tourism accommodations spent an average of 1,171.3 US$ in Viet Nam, with Asian visitors spending 995.7US$, European visitors 1,295.3 US$, visitors from Oceania 1,791.1US$ , and those from the Americas 1,525.1US$.

About 60% of the respondents were visiting Viet Nam for the first time, according to the report.
At the press conference in Ha Noi, the VNAT also reported that nearly 7.9 million foreigners visited Viet Nam in the first half of 2018, up 27.2% year-on-year. The country also witnessed around 42.8 million domestic tourists exploring the nation in this period.

Source: Bao Da Nang


International arrivals in Danang surge by 50%

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DANANG – Danang’s Department of Tourism on June 26 announced that in the year to date, international arrivals to the central coastal city of Danang had rocketed by some 50% year-on-year to an estimated 1.6 million out of over four million tourists to the city.

Tran Chi Cuong, deputy director of the department, said that although accurate data had yet to be gathered on international tourists to Danang in the first half of the year, South Korean visitors have accounted for half, skyrocketing by 100% year-on-year, while the number of Chinese travelers have reached 368,000, up 36% and representing 23% of the total.

In recent years, Danang has seen a large influx of South Korean and Chinese tourists, achieving substantial revenue from tourism services, Cuong said. But he voiced concerns over the rampant development of low-cost tour operations, saying it had left negative impact on the tourism environment, service quality and tourists’ rights and benefits.

“We sent a report on proposals to tighten and control low-cost tours,” Cuong told the Daily, adding that focusing on Europe and India as major source markets is a necessary solution.

Besides this, airlines, travel firms and authorities at Danang International Airport should map out a general plan to launch air routes to new source markets, Cuong stressed.

Danang is currently home to nine airlines operating 170 weekly flights in total from Danang City to the South Korean destinations of Seoul, Busan, Incheon and Daegu, as well as direct air services from Danang City to China, Thailand and Malaysia.

Statistics show that in the first six months of 2018, the number of tourists traveling by air to Danang surged by over 40% against the year-ago period to an estimated one million. The city welcomed 62 cruise ships docking at Tien Sa port, with some 65,000 guests, up 23% year-on-year.

Danang has 3,650 tour guides, including 1,210 local guides and 2,240 international ones, 320 travel firms and 720 lodging facilities with 31,531 guest rooms, up 103 facilities with 7,522 guest rooms year-on-year.

Source: The Saigon Time


Vietnam’s Hoi An a top draw for solo travel

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Vietnamese ancient town is among three Asian cities in the list, alongside Gyeongju and Thimphu.

The popularity of Hoi An, which has been a top tourist destination in Vietnam for decades now, continues go grow.

It’s latest accolade and landmark achievement is making it to second place on the list of 10 safest and most exciting places on this earth for solo travelers compiled by travel editors at Momondo, a U.K. based travel site.

The travel search site finds and compares the best offers on flights, hotels, car hire and package holidays for travelers.

Unlike Ho Chi Minh and Hanoi, the two biggest cities in Vietnam that are flooded with waves of noisy vehicles and modern skyscrapers, Hoi An casts a spell over backpackers for its tranquility and slow pace of life, the site said.

“Motorbikes are banned in the town center, so take a stroll past the yellow houses with their old red-tiled roofs and admire the street-side cafes and picturesque historical homes lining canals and winding alleyways,” the site gushes.

It’s best to cycle to the pristine beach An Bang, which is just around three kilometers away from the ancient town center, Momondo says.

The beach, which is home to fishing villages and provides a romantic setting for couples, is best enjoyed between May and September and has been raved about by leading global travel magazines.

For many, Hoi An is not just a collection of 16th century houses for which the former port city has been recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage site. A cuisine particular to the ancient town, influenced by many different cultures including Japan, China and Portugal, is a major part of its attraction, too.

The U.K. travel site also reminds its readers not to leave Hoi An without trying a bowl of signature cao lau (brown noodles with pork and greens) that can only be found there.

Gyeongju in South Korea and Thimphu in Bhutan are two other Asian cities that have made it to the list, which is topped by Bordeaux, the kingdom of wine, in France.

Other cities in the list are Ghent in Belgium, Split in Croatia, Banos in Ecuador, Florianopolis in Brazil, Dublin in Ireland, Havana in Cuba and Toronto in Canada.

Another U.K. based travel publisher, Rough Guides, earlier this year included Hoi An in the top 10 destinations in Southeast Asia while the New York-based Travel + Leisure’s readers last year voted it as one of the 15 best destinations in the world.

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City sees strong growth in high-end accommodation services

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Many businesses operating in accommodation services in Da Nang have made great efforts to enhance their service quality, as the high-end accommodation segment is growing and investment in the segment projected to continue to rise in coming time.


Many accommodation establishments of three- to five-star are being built in the city, creating a foundation for development of middle- and high-end tourism.

Major projects under construction include the Ariyana Beach Resort and Suites Da Nang, JW Marriot, Hilton Bach Dang, My Khe Duc Long, Four Points by Sheraton, Golden Bay and Hai An, among others.

According to the municipal Tourism Department, domestic and foreign investment has been strongly poured into tourism services, especially in high-end tourism products. In addition to infrastructure, investors also paid attention to human resources development.

The number of holidaymakers in this segment has been on the rise, bringing big revenues for local hotels and resorts.

As of the end of April 2018, there were a total of 712 accommodation establishments in Da Nang with more than 29,730 rooms, rising by 7,355 rooms compared to the same period last year. Of the lodges, there are 156 three- to five-star hotels with more than 18,000 rooms.

By the end of this year, the city expects to raise the number of lodges to 774 with 36,031 rooms. Da Nang targets to have over 920 establishments with about 45,600 rooms by 2020.

In 2017, total earnings of three- to five-star hotels made up 86% of the city’s accommodation service revenue with 7.7 trillion VND (337.62 million USD), a year-on-year increase of 52%.

Viet Nam has witnessed an influx of international hotel brands and hotel management companies in the last few years, according to property consultant Savills Viet Nam.

From 30 hotels with international brand names in 2010, the number had increased to 79 at the end of last year. The strong growth of the tourism sector has also given a boost to the hospitality industry.

Da Nang is a popular tourist destination in Central Viet Nam. The online marketplace and hospitality service Airbnb announced a list of the world’s top 10 destinations for the 2018, in which Da Nang ranked fifth in booking surges of up to 255%.

According to the Da Nang Department of Tourism, the number of visitors to the central coastal city is increasing with annual average growth of 20.06% in the 2013-2017 period.

In 2017, the city welcomed a total of 6.6 million tourists, 2.1 times higher than the figure in 2013. The tourism industry generated 186,770 jobs in 2017, and grossed over 19.5 trillion VND (854.1 million USD) in revenues, 2.5-fold increase from 2013.

The city was ranked second in the list of the 10 most popular destinations among solo or couple travelers in 2018, according to the Republic of Korea’s Ticket Monster Inc.

The website said people who plan to travel abroad with family members chose Da Nang as the most popular destination.

The city is also the second-most popular destination among couple of travellers, followed by Bangkok (Thailand) and Guam (the US), it said.

According to the Viet Nam National Administration of Tourism, Da Nang was said to be the best place to live in Viet Nam with many world-recognised records. It is famous for My Khe Beach, one of the six most attractive beaches on the planet selected by the US’s Forbes Magazine in 2013, the cable line to Ba Na Hills at an altitude of 1,487 metres, and Sun Wheel, which is 115 metres in height and situated in Asian Park, Hai Chau district.

Besides, Da Nang International Airport was ranked third among the best airports in the world in 2014, according to a survey by Dragon Air.

Source: Danang Today