Grand Ho Tram

    The Ho Tram Strip is a multi-phase luxurious oceanfront resort destination in Ba Ria-Vung Tau Province in southern Vietnam.The first phase of its development is The Grand – Ho Tram Strip, Vietnam’s first large scale integrated resort and ultimately will include an 1,100-room, five-star hotel, a world-class gaming facility, restaurants, premium meeting space, an exclusive VIP area, a championship golf course, as well as a variety of beach-front recreation activities. The first 541-room tower of this development opened in July 2013, with its second 559-room tower on track to open in 2015. It will be the initial component of the largest integrated resort complex in Vietnam.The second integrated resort will be operated by Pinnacle Entertainment Group, and the Ho Tram Strip will further include three other five star resorts, all set along a 2.2 kilometer beach-front, surrounded by protected forest, and located around 2.5 hours from Ho Chi Minh City.The Ho Tram Strip further includes a Greg Norman designed golf course, The Bluffs, which Mr. Norman himself described as “one of the three most beautiful courses” that he has ever been associated with.With a focus on providing a personalized blend of excitement and relaxation, the Ho Tram Strip will feature something for everyone, from lavish entertainment to premium shopping and exceptional recreational facilities.

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