Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi has earned a prestigious five-star rating from Forbes Travel Guide for a fourth year in a row.
Author Archives: Australian Hospitality Alumni Network Vietnam (AHA Vietnam)
Happening in March 2023: Women’s Unstoppable Journey
Get on board with Fusion Original Saigon Centre to celebrate international women in March 2023.
The path to faster growth in Australia-Vietnam relations
[VIR] As a newly arrived Ambassador in Vietnam, I have been busy meeting people, reading widely, and trying to understand this complex and fascinating country.
Seven Ways to Show Your Employees Some Love on Valentine’s Day
If you show your employees a little love this Valentine’s Day, they will reciprocate with a little love for you, your company, and your customers.
Work-integrated learning: A key to success in tourism and hospitality education
RMIT University Vietnam’s Bachelor of Tourism and Hospitality Management program is expanding work integrated learning to build job-ready skills and increase access to talent for employers in Vietnam.
Fusion Original Saigon Centre: My Daring Love
Make this Valentine’s Day a daring adventure with your love at the one and only Fusion Original Saigon Centre. Tell us what’s better: Having a taste of artisan chocolate paired with sparkling wine or soaking in the warm bubbly bath with rose petals to spark romance with your significant other?
Laying focus on sustainable tourism
The total revenues of Vietnam’s tourism in 2022 was approximately $19.6 billion – nearly triple that of 2021 but only 60 per cent of 2019. Now, there is a clear imperative for tourism in Vietnam to both improve and become more sustainable.
Ho Chi Minh City: Hotel room prices up 21% in 2022
The average room rent at HCMC hotels last year was VND1.6 million (US$68), a 21% jump from 2021 earlier, according to property consultancy Savills Vietnam.
Diageo Vietnam’s training program contributes to hospitality industry development
Diageo Vietnam (DVL) recently launched the “Learning for Life” training program for laborers. The program was held for the first time in Vietnam in Thang Binh District, Quang Nam Province, attracting 85 laborers in the area to register.
The Anam Mui Ne Debuts on Vietnam’s South Coast
Crafted by age-old artisans from across Vietnam, The Anam Mui Ne celebrates its grand opening on January 11 with a design redolent of the Indochine period.