Mai House Hospitality Group has appointed UK firm Mace to project manage the construction of a new luxury golf and hotel resort in Hoi An, Vietnam.
Designed to resemble a Vietnamese lantern, the five-star Mai House Hoi An resort will be on the main beach road between Hoi An and Danang, covering a gross floor area of 105,000 sq m.
It will be the first hotel project secured by Mace’s Vietnam business, which will provide design, project and construction management.
Mace said the resort has been designed in the style of a Vietnamese lantern and has been modelled on the Burj al-Arab in Dubai, but on a greater scale.
It will have 300 rooms, 50 villas, 100 apartments, and 100 shop houses in front of the golf course, Montgomerie Link.
John Campbell, General Director for Mace Vietnam said: "We are very excited to be involved in this iconic five star hotel project. The work done with the client over the last six months has paid off and the delivery promises to be an exciting one for all involved."
Images: Renders of the five-star Mai House Hoi An resort (Mace)