The Grand Ho Tram Strip

    The Grand Ho Tram Strip Resort is the first luxurious large-scale integrated resort and leisure destination in Vietnam.The first phase of its development – The Grand Ho Tram Strip – opened its doors in 2013 and includes a 541 room five-star hotel, 3 stunning swimming pools, a world-class casino facility with over 580 slot machines and 90 live tables, restaurants and bars, state-ofthe- art convention center space, a Spa center, an exclusive VIP area, as well as a variety of beach-front recreation activities. Its adjacent link-style golf course – The Bluffs Ho Tram Strip – was designed by Greg Norman and opened in October 2014. Future developments at Ho Tram will include an addition to The Grand comprised of a mixture vacation homes and residential villa developments; a second integrated resort which will include gaming amenities; and three additional five star resorts.

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