TUI to open Robinson Club in Vietnam

TUi opens Robinson Club in Vietnam
By Linsey McNeill
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TUI is to open a Robinson Club hotel in Vietnam after seeing growing demand for the destination.

The operator said the country is becoming increasingly popular not only with backpackers but also ‘adventurous’ holidaymakers.

As a result, TUI will convert its four-year-old TUI Blue Nam hotel in Hoi An into its ‘premium’ club brand.

The re-brand will include an expansion and renovation of the main restaurant, beach and pool bar, and the sports programme will also be adapted to the needs of Robinson’s active target group. 

Among other things, the resort will have additional tennis and beach volleyball courts, two padel courts and an extended water sports centre.

TUI Blue Nam will open as a Robinson Club hotel in December.

Other TUI Blue hotels in Vietnam include the Nha Trang, which opened in January, and the TUI Tuy Hoa, which opened this week.

“We are delighted to be able to offer our Robinson Club concept in Vietnam for the first time. Our clubs in Thailand and the Maldives have already attracted many new guests from the Asian region, who are just as enthusiastic about the resorts as our regular customers,” said Robinson Managing Director Bernd Mäser.

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