Why should you study Hospitality in Vietnam?

There are still many conflicting views on the quality of training as well as the learning environment. The following article will mention some reasons why you should study hospitality in Vietnam

Phu Quoc, Da Lat among 10 favorite tourist destinations in 2022: survey 

Phu Quoc Island is the most favorite domestic tourist destination this year followed by mountain towns Da Lat and Sa Pa, a survey has found.

Legacy Yên Tử – A strong and humble testament to Vietnam’s past

Surrounded by the holy land of Yen Tu Mountain and its eternal energy, Legacy Yen Tu – MGallery offers a story allured stay together with exclusive experience for a moment of calm in such an inspiring cycle of life as well as for your inner peace. 

Meet the Expert: Mr Mario Mendis – 22 years dedicated to bring Hospitality industry more than just results

Australian Hospitality Alumni Network Vietnam is pleased to welcome Mr Mario Mendis to join our network as an Industry Expert. He has a huge passion in the Hospitality industry, not afraid to jump in and assist where is needed to contribute to the overall mission and success of a business. Mario is currently the General Manager at Sofitel Saigon Plaza – managed by Accor Group. 

Qatar signs Accor partnership ahead of FIFA World Cup 2022

Authorities in Qatar have signed an agreement with Accor to manage operations and deliver services throughout the FIFA World Cup 2022.

Accor: $700 million hotel investment to kick-start Melbourne tourism revival

A new era of hotels opening in Melbourne will drive the revival of city tourism prior to the re-opening of international travel, predicts Simon McGrath, Chief Executive Officer Accor Pacific, Australia’s largest hotel operator.

Skift Global Forum Preview: Accor CEO on Future Hotels Being More Than Places to Sleep

A downturn is a terrible thing to waste, business sentiment generally goes. Paris-based Accor certainly hasn’t wasted time accelerating plans to transform the hotel company. The company faced a massive financial setback last year due to the pandemic and its significant exposure to Europe, where lockdowns lasted longer than markets like the U.S. and China. But Accor leaders went to work speeding up plans to beef up the company’s presence in the so-called lifestyle hotel sector, properties that focus more on local experiences and food and beverage outlets.